Peter enjoys his solitary life in the Montana countryside. Higher mathematics, greater thought, sustain him more than companionship. But after a solitary walk along his isolated property’s borders results in a potentially deadly fall, he fights like hell to survive, knowing no one will come to rescue him.
So, when he starts seeing things—a creature he knows can’t exist—he grasps at his one chance for survival: believing in the impossible.
“Rusch is a great storyteller.”
—RT Book Reviews