The idea sounded like such fun to Susan Benning. Camping on the pristine mountains of Idaho with her old high school gang right after their thirty-year reunion. Even the kids were looking forward to it. But something felt wrong the deeper they traveled into the woods. Something was watching them from behind the thick undergrowth.
Waiting . . .
Their race had lived among the Great Trees in peace for centuries. The “others” came to kill animals with strange weapons and poison their sacred waters with the things they carelessly left behind. But they would soon learn to stay away. The Old Hunger would teach them.
Especially the little ones.
"Johnstone loads his shotgun with tropes — incest monsters, zombie girlfriends, ghost werewolves, killer dolls — and blasts them at the reader again and again.”
--Grady Hendrix, author of My Best Friend’s Exorcism and Paperbacks from Hell