From the author of the internationally bestselling Inspector Wallander Mysteries.
This is the story of young Lucas who gets a most precious present for his birthday, a black kitten which he calls Night. Lucas becomes very attached to Night but one day Lucas comes home from school and discovers that his beloved cat has disappeared. He is desperate and no one is able to console him. He searches for Night everywhere and doesn't stop hoping for his return. It's only sometime later that Night appears in his dreams and tells him that he had to leave to see the world, just as Lucas will do one day when he has grown up. A wise, gentle and moving story unlike anything Mankell has ever written.
About the Author
Henning Mankell is one of Sweden's leading authors. He has written plays and novels for adults and children which have been translated world-wide. His Kurt Wallender crime novels are international best-sellers. He now lives in Mozambique, with his wife and two children, where he is working to set up a national theatre company.
Format: Audio CD
Published: 1st May 2014
Weight (kg): 0.5