CONVENT STATION, N.J., June 13, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- The compelling tale of climbing boys in 19th century London comes alive in Stephen B. Hauge's Dark Against the Sky
. The coming-of-age journey of this "band of brothers" anchors this poignant story of camaraderie and adventure.
Nine-year-old Tommy yearns to find his family as he faces the daily challenges of grim chimneys and callous master sweeps. Though his search is often darkened by his work and the period, it is brightened by the time he shares with his fellow climbers and his friendships with many street-folk.Read the whole article at PrimeZone