Paranoic Miles has a healthy fear of vampires, so he’s eager to get out of Italy ASAP, but when people around him start dropping dead, Miles begins to wonder if he’s the real monster.
Your vision gets clearer when you’ve been in the ground with nothing but time.
The narrator’s baby son refuses to come out from underneath the bed.
Ever had an itch so intense, you want to tear your skin off?
Heloise’s mother has a secret locked away. When the strands holding that secret in place start to unravel, Heloise will do anything to stop her life from unraveling with it.
When Nolan’s pregnant wife develops a bizarre fascination with wasps—insects he’s both terrified by and severely allergic to—he’s unsure of how to handle it.
Sai can’t imagine life without his beloved virtual assistant, Tilly, until his new neighbor Jenny causes him to question her motives, and those of Centillion, the corporation that made her.
A family must deal with the loss of their abusive mother, a constant singer who sang away all the monsters from attacking their dreams.
In the 1920s, an Appalachian woman has married a man whose job brings them out of poverty into the middle class. As she cares for her new baby while her husband works, strange white growths appear in the house.
Tommy is lost, walking along an abandoned road. He remembers his family and his normal life, but he fails to remember how he got himself on the road he is treading now.