By Susan Holliday
Fiction, 9-12, set in Wales. published in huge Print. while a robust Welsh legend involves existence and creeps its approach right into a health facility, all at once every person starts contemplating miracles. while Alun wakes up from the negative darkness, he cannot inform the place he's - does not actually need to understand the place he's, or what has occurred. His awesome motorbike has long past, that is needless to say, the motorbike his father had kept so not easy to shop for. the remainder of his nightmare purely progressively unfolds, as his new neighbors within the clinic ward convey heat again to his chilly, chilly middle. Then there is the tale that starts off out as only a piece of schoolwork, yet which steadily takes carry of everybody within the ward: Sara, in her wheelchair; Huw, hobbling on his crutches; even Morgan, the brainy person who name callings firstly. whilst the ability of the legend starts to paintings its spell, all people could be deliberating miracles. This tale is determined in west Wales. The Black Mountain, just a car-ride clear of the sanatorium, is the westernmost fringe of the Brecon Beacons, and is the surroundings of the traditional Welsh legend, the woman of Llyn-y-Fan Fach.