Ed and his friend Zack are on holiday in London. While Ed keeps noticing the particularly friendly and intelligent rats coming out of the cellars, Zack is more interested in the drugs on offer from rather more human rats. Following a rat into an abandoned underground station, Ed finds himself on a weird journey into London's sewers and the forgotten River Fleet. Here he encounters mystical owls and Victorian sewer workers, but also the power to take on the drug-pushers who threaten to destroy the city's youth. In a stunningly dramatic climax worthy of Stephen King, Ed calls on ancient powers in a final confrontation with the evil drug baron.
Andrew Fusek Peter is an Anglo-Czech poet, storyteller, didgeridoo player, broadcaster, anthologist, author and creative writing tutor with an international reputation. He has worked in thousands of schools, libraries, arts centres and literary festivals, giving lively performances and running workshops for all ages and abilities. With his wife Polly Peters he has written several poetry collections, and is the author of the Ed grahic novels illustrated by Stephen Player. He and Polly live with their two children in rural Shropshire.