Shreve, a no-hope town beside the UK’s largest landfill. There’s nothing Shreve’s jaded residents won’t stoop to in a bid to liven up their monotonous lives…
Wannabe model, Aggie Smithfield, plans to escape before Shreve swallows her ambitions along with a million tons of rubbish and filthy little secrets. Desperate for a way out, Aggie makes a macabre pact with reclusive ex-photographer, Mason Brand.
When the town’s past catches up with it, their agreement might be the only thing that can save her. Beneath everyone’s feet, something stirs. A creature assembled from things no longer loved.
When the creature emerges, there will be no way out.
Ten years after its original publication, this is the third edition of D’Lacey’s cautionary eco-thriller, containing an introduction by David Moody plus a brand new foreword by the author.
“One of the spookiest endings I’ve read in a long time, one that will not only leave you pondering the sheer wretchedness of it all, but leave you aching for more.” Morpheus Tales
“Leads the reader by the hand, then breaks his arm with a grin…Masterful.” Andy Remic
“An incredibly involving read…Great stuff!” Deathray
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