Lately, whenever Anders looks in a mirror, he sees more than his own reflection. Each shiny surface, whether a bathroom mirror, a store window, or a harmless rain puddle, fills him with spine-tingling, hair-raising dread. He sees things in these reflections--things he can't explain but knows to be evil. And no one will believe him! So Anders decides to face his fear all by himself, before the monstrous images take on a sinister life of their own.
About the Author
Anthony Wacholtz has been a baseball fan since he was old enough to pick up a bat and ball. He earned a degree in English from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and has written a biography for young readers of All-Star catcher Joe Mauer. Besides playing softball and following his favorite team, the Minnesota Twins, he enjoys pitting his baseball knowledge against others in fantasy baseball.