Introduction by Sarah Pinborough. Art by Edward Miller.
When Adam was 15, a terrible thing happened. So terrible that he and his father ran away in an attempt to put it behind them.
But the past is not so easy to shake off. And a new start does not necessarily mean a better start.
Who is the figure at the top of the stairs? Whose is the face in the mirror? What is the thing in the pond? And why does Adam often feel he is being followed, only for his pursuers to dissolve into shadow when he turns to confront them?
When Adam was 15, a terrible thing happened. So terrible that he believed it to be the worst thing of all. But he is about to find out that there are far worse things waiting out there...
It Sustains: the new and unforgettable short novel by Mark Morris, who Clive Barker calls “one of the finest horror writers at work today.” With an introduction by Sarah Pinborough and art by Edward Miller.
Mark Morris (born 1963) is an author most well known for his series of horror novels, although he has also written novels based on the BBC Television series Doctor Who. He currently lives in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, with his wife (the artist Nel Whatmore) and their children, David and Polly. He has used the pseudonym J. M. Morris for the novel Fiddleback.