Illusions of Isolation by Brennan LaFaro
When a young man’s wife goes away for the weekend, he lies awake all night wondering what the otherworldly sound in the attic is and why only he can hear it.
After her husband’s death, a mother who interacts with her son exclusively through stationery notes grapples with the strange ways her lost love seems to be haunting them both.
And inch by inch, room by room, a young girl’s home is overtaken by a savage jungle, even while her parents are being gradually replaced by somewhat…wilder housemates.
In this debut collection Brennan LaFaro, the author of NOOSE and SLATTERY FALLS, brings you these stories of creeping dread and much, much more. Contained within are thirteen tales of horror, humor, and heart, (including nine which have never before seen the light of day) and an introduction by the legendary Jonathan Janz.
Is anyone ever really alone? Or are they merely suffering…
Illusions of Isolation by Brennan LaFaro is a collection of fantastic short stories that are a mix of perfect horrifying nightmare fuel and lighter entertaining terror. Brennan is one of my favorite authors. I am so in love with this entire collection! I can’t wait for more readers to get their hands on it! Go pick up your copy today! And two last notes; the joke on the copyright page is perfect! My goodness, I love that this press does that! I can’t wait for readers to see this before they dive into the collection. And how awesome is that cover wrap by Matt Wildasin?!