What if music could do more than affect your mood? What if a song not only got stuck in your head but in the rest of your body as well? What if music became addictive?
Someone has discovered a new melody that is more addictive than any drug and is selling it on the streets. Teenagers are hooked with one listen. Only the intervention of a silent wanderer can save the town from an invisible snare.
About the Author
Jeff is the creator of the Cully Koala comic strip and author of the Wandering Koala tales. Jeff's dream has always been to be a rock star. Unfortunately, he can't sing, he can't dance, and he doesn't look good in tight leather pants. So he decided to pursue his second dream and become a writer and artist. When he isn't working on his own creations, he also provides graphic design, web development, and illustrations for companies all over the country including Community Care; Southwest Specialty Foods, Inc.; World Prayer Room; Le Ritz Hotel & Suites; Big H Products, Inc; Galaxy Southwest; Mega Corporation; Members' Auto Center; The Arizona Group; Jefferson School District 251; Double Your Decompression; the American Back Pain Association; the American Academy of Pediatrics; Playground Hound, LLC; and many others.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If you enjoyed the author's first book, The Scientific Method (a Wandering Koala tale), you'll definitely want to check this one out. The premise of the story is someone has discovered a melody that is as addictive as an illegal drug, and they are selling it on the street. Because it is music, there is no law against it and hence nothing anyone can do. Anyone in authority, that is. But as fans of the first Wandering Koala tale know, those in authority aren't the only ones who can act. This book is basically a modern myth with the music symbolizing the addiction, and the TodWolfen (giant savage beasts) representing the dangerous consequences that will eventually catch up to you. Like his last novel, the writing is amazing and fun to read. And there are over a dozen of new illustrations that really add to the overall story. I recommend this book to anyone who likes mythology, old pulp stories, or a great adventure.