on 4 June 2000
As well as telling an entertaining, involving and at points terrifying story, this book will make you really think about the power of the human mind. Unlike normal horror, there are no evil monsters, and the pyschotic killer is locked up and being treated. But as the book develops, just how much the pyscho can control with his mind escalates, as he picks up the whole of Harrow On The Hill. He controls and scares people by using their worst fears, at one point sending foetus and rats following the main characters. The whole book is very thought provoking as you realise that the the mind and thoughts are far worse than anything you can see. I recommend it thoroughly to everyone.