Dancing Jax

Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books

Review

Sinister occultist Austerly Fellowes died in 1936. Didn't he?

When a group of petty criminals breaks into Fellowes' now-dilapidated house, their intent is to strip it of anything of value but instead they find a cache of bizarre children's books which seem to emanate a strange and increasingly malevolent influence, apparantly preparing the world for an influx of pure evil.

A truly disturbing supernatural thriller from a master of the genre which raises profound questions about contemporary society and its values and may well keep readers awake at night.

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