A simple man bears a terrible burden, unknowing. Now, that burden is killing him, seeking freedom from his exhausted hulk. Freedom to grow. Freedom to satisfy its evil hunger. And it hungers for Humans!
A darkness dwelt there, a vile miasma of misery that gnawed at the very soul of the man. It had been there for years, growing like some parasite, growing bloated with every bit of melancholy that was sucked from him. Worse, it was taking on a life of its own, a substance that should not exist. And the man was becoming something less, something hollow.
What they’re saying about it:
This short but intensely gripping story starting The Guardian series introduces us to one of those problems and the people who stand between us and unimaginable horrors.
I look forward to reading more from this Author. Chris Graham