David Bradshawe reads the gripping novel Tersias, by bestselling author G P Taylor. London is living through one of its darkest times - a comet has just missed the Earth, leaving the city in chaos and the people fearing an apocalypse. Tersias, a blind boy oracle, has predicted the comet and sees visions of the future through the darkness. As Tersias' powers strengthen, people who seek to use them are drawn from the shadows: Malachi, a charlatan magician; Jonah, a desperate highwayman; and Lord Malpas, a keeper of mysterious powers. But none of them are aware of a much darker force that torments Tersias's soul ...A thrilling tale of intrigue, sorcery and the eternal struggle between good and evil,set in a richly atmospheric London. This is G P Taylor's third book, following on from the exceptionally successful "Shadowmancer" and "Wormwood", both of which were nominated for British Book Awards. "Shadowmancer" has been acquired by Universal Pictures and is set to become a major international film.