A piano is playing. The music is fast and chilling, and it never stops. It's driving Angela mad. The music is coming from a tall, rotten buidling in the bad part of the city. Dark Man is drawn towards the music. As he climbs the stairs he sees children shuffling towards the music, their eyes staring. Can Dark Man defeat the terrible dark that lives inside the piano?
Part of the incredible Dark Man phenomenon, this gritty and mysterious book will grip readers and pull them into the tense storyline. The sinister atmosphere and strong black-and-white illustrations will entice even the most reluctant of teen readers because the book doesn't patronise, and accompanies the dark tales with a 'grown-up' style. This is one of the higher level stories in the Dark Man series offering a degree of progression for more able readers.
Peter Lancett is a writer, fiction editor and film maker, living and working in New Zealand and sometimes Los Angeles.