“My absolute favourite ‘Where Angels Come In” a story of children exploring a haunted house. Not a single one of these stories disappointed me. Mothers Milk left me with a feeling of dread, an uneasiness that caressed my skin to the point I struggled with sleep, such is the power of Adam’s storytelling and rather apt considering the name of the collection. Some of the stories are told from a child’s point of view, in particular, Pig Thing, children hiding from a monster frightened me as I looked down I realised I was hugging a cushion.
In this book, you’ll find a collection full of his signature prose and unflinching observations of life. Adam writes a book of stories that enchant, thrill, and explodes in the reader’s face in all its frightening glory. The cover is evocative, and the stories within won’t disappoint. This is a great book to curl up with while the world is quiet and winter ends its fall outside.”
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