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Danger in the Dark (Dark Man)

by Peter Lancett

Series: Dark Man

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Quite a simple read, really for remedial english teaching, and properly geared to teens than adults.

The girl and the dark man move through the city to get to the golden cup. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Oct 25, 2006 |
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This title is one of a series of reading books for children and young adults aged 11 and over who are struggling to read. Dark Man is a fiction series for older children and young adults who have a reading age of approximately 5 to 8. Each book features the character Dark Man, a shadowy, brooding loner who shuns society, living in the shadows. Recruited to play a part in a secret, cataclysmic struggle between good and evil, his continued mission is to seek out an artefact, a Golden Cup, which can channel limitless power and energy. Opposed to him, and also seeking to find this cup of power, is a sinister and corrupt organisation, The Shadow Masters.The book has a strong plot to engage the reader, however reluctant, and features dark evocative illustrations. The simple, carefully written text (under 400 words) focuses on the most common words, providing access for even the poorest readers. In "Danger in the Dark" the Dark Man must take the girl to safety. Her magic power is sought by the Shadow Masters, who have put demons on the streets. Demons who look like men. Software and teacher's support materials are also available.

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The Shadow Masters are looking for the girl to exploit her secret powers. The Dark Man will protect her and lead her to the Old Man.

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