There’s a part of the city that no one much goes to, a collection of rundown old houses and gloomy streets. No one stays there long, and no one can explain why – something’s not quite right there.
Now the Council is renovating the district, and a new company is overseeing the work. There will be street parties and events to show off the newly gentrified neighbourhood: clowns and face-painters for the kids, magicians for the adults – the street entertainers of Cardiff, out in force.
None of this is Torchwood’s problem. Until Toshiko recognises the sponsor of the street parties: Bilis Manger.
Now there is something for Torchwood to investigate. But Captain Jack Harkness has never been able to get into the area; it makes him physically ill to go near it. Without Jack’s help, Torchwood must face the darker side of urban Cardiff alone…
There’s a part of the city that no one much goes to, a collection of rundown old houses and gloomy streets
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“This was my favourite Torchwood book, it was cryptic, secretive and was easy to imagine onscreen. There were several sections which seemed to strike right into my innerself, it was like you were being hurt or examined, or being interogated by Gwen yourself.Bringing Bilis back was genius, the Torchwood audience was always expecting him to reappear and this book has captured him and made the reader feel a bit sorry for him.Having a place with such an influence on Jack was actually nice, because it showed he is, almost as Human as the rest of the team. It gave characters like Ianto a chance to step up a mark and reveal more about himself.It is a book that can be read over and over again and new parts will appear from nowhere, just like Bilis. ”