Alone at a remote cabin in the woods . . . attacked by a mysterious force that won’t let him leave . . . but how can he fight an enemy that he can’t even see?
Matt Kearns just needed to get away from it all—to grieve for his father and let the rugged wilderness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula renew him, like it always had. But from the moment he arrives, nothing feels right. Strange happenings shake his confidence and have him questioning his sanity. Even the animals seem to know something is amiss. But each time he tries to leave, something—something truly malicious—violently pulls him back. What could it be? Why him? And what will he have to do to escape with his life?
Michael Hodge’s debut supernatural thriller delivers visceral, edge-of-your-seat suspense as one resourceful man desperately fights for his life against a force more savage and relentless than anything the locals here have ever seen.
Michael Hodges writes novels in Montana, where the land is still wild enough to keep secrets. His debut novel, The Puller was optioned for film, and he’s taught writing with Game of Thrones editor Anne Groell. In addition, he’s won awards for his nature photography (Outside Magazine's Best Adventure Photography 2014), specializing in grizzly bears and moose.