First the birds disappeared.
Then the insects took over.
And the madness began . . .
They call it Wanderer’s Folly—a disease of delusions, of daydreams and nightmares. A plague threatening to wipe out the human race.
After two years of creeping decay, David Arlen woke up one morning thinking that the worst was over. By midnight, he’s bleeding and terrified, his wife is dead, and he’s on the run in a stolen car with his eight-year-old daughter, who may be the key to a cure.
Ellie is a special girl. Deep. Insightful. And she knows David is lying to her. Lying about her mother. Lying about what they're running from. And lying about what he sees when he takes his eyes off the road . . .
Praise for Ronald Malfi and His Novels
“Best horror novel of the year.”—Hunter Shea
“Slowly but surely creeps under your skin.” —The Horror Bookshelf
“An emotionally compelling and interesting read.”—Booklist
“A beautiful and ultimately terrifying story.”—Shotgun Logic