“Don’t make a sound,” I whisper.
Peering through the shelves, I can’t take my eyes off the giant on the other side. It’s a creature with an oval-shaped head, a slender body, elongated arms, hands with pointy fingers, and long legs with which it takes big, silent steps.
Like a two-legged spider, hunting for its prey.
For first-time Insomnia Saga readers
A Nightprowler marked her and covered her in scars that will forever stigmatize her as an outcast:
A year after the attack, thirteen-year old Jodi Collins starts working for the Summoners to keep herself and her parents alive in this new, brutal life of discrimination and hate.
The Summoners are a worldwide army that have been fighting the Nightprowlers for centuries—and by working for them, Jodi will be forced to fight these creatures responsible for ruining her future.
On a dark, wintery night, Jodi is sent on a mission to find a young missing boy. The clock is ticking—if she’s too late, he will end up the same as her.
A toy store. A maze of dolls and monsters.
A world where light and darkness collide.
Jodi has to prove herself and overcome her greatest fear:
confronting the demons of the Night. And fight them.
[This short story takes place 4 years prior to the 1st book in the series, Insomnia.]