A musician emotionally scarred by a near-death experience is haunted by his past, his present and his future in this chilling, slow burn of a ghost story. Read it! --Ellen Datlow
O'Driscoll has written a tightly-constructed and sympathetic homage to a doomed artist where one man's memory, dreams and timeline overlap to mind-bendingly nightmarish effect. If you like horror that is a bit out of left field, this will be right up your alley --Alan Kelly, Rue Morgue
Like many of the great supernatural stories the reader is left wondering whether what you are reading is real or if it is just a figment of Mark's broken mind. This is a brilliant story that pushed me as a reader, as much with its clever writing and beautiful prose as it did with some shocking scenes --Jim McLeod, Ginger Nuts of Horror
About the Author
Mike lives in Swansea. When not writing he works with adults with mental health problems. His fiction has been published in TTA publications Black Static, Interzone and Crimewave, as well as in many other magazines and anthologies, including various Year's Best collections. His story 'Sounds Like' was adapted and filmed by Brad Anderson as part of the Masters of Horror TV series. He now writes a column called Silver Bullets about television for Black Static.