This is the second story I’ve read from Justin M. Woodward and boy it’s a good one! This is a prequel to his Tamer Animals and here he leads us down the path, through the woods to an introduction with the Goatman.
Monica has a history of seeing “The Tall Man” as she calls him. She has suffered from feelings of self-loathing and insecurity most of her life. As soon as she and her family move into a new home, the Tall Man comes for a visit. Her mental condition becomes all she can think about!
Join Monica and her family as they walk down the path toward a confrontation with Monica’s hallucinations! Are they real?? You need to grab this up to find out!!
TWELVE YEARS BEFORE THE EVENTS OF TAMER ANIMALS
Monica has suffered from paranoid schizophrenia her entire life. For the most part, she manages her disease well—that is, until her family moves into an old house in the woods, and she starts seeing an imaginary entity from her childhood creeping around the property.
NEW HOME. OLD HAUNTS.
Things quickly become terrifying for Monica as her reality begins to blend with fiction, and something else entirely. . . some indescribable evil out in those woods.
“ROTTEN LITTLE THINGS takes you to some frightfully dark places.” – Jay Sigler, author of TRAIN THOUGHTS
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