Waiting for A Train That Never Comes
Bobby Berlin’s father wakes up convinced the year is 1979 and he’s a teenage fugitive called Dodd Pollen.
Fleeing the city with his reluctant son in tow they find the countryside inexplicably deserted.
And Bobby realises just how dangerous Dodd Pollen is...
Short-listed for the Royal Mail Award, the Angus Book Award, the Manchester Book Award and the Bolton Book Award.
‘Enough pace and plot twists to keep fans of his action-packed debut happy, but this time there’s a little more room for his characters to breathe’ - Scotsman Newspaper
‘Fast-moving, engrossing and extremely effective’ - Carousel Magazine
‘A wonder in dramatic tension… there is a huge depth to this novel and coupled with the furious pace of the narrative drive, it left me unable to put this book down’ - Vulpis Libris
‘Oh, I did enjoy reading Crash… an adventure story in the best tradition but it does have great thematic depth. Thouroughly enjoyable’ - The Bookbag
‘J A Henderson has produced another taut thriller, which compels from the first page… strongly recommended’ - Books For Keeps
‘Fantastic’ - Teen Titles