The Gordon Place

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Product Details
Price
$16.99
Publisher
Lost Hollow Books
Publish Date
Pages
362
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.81 inches | 1.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781938271458

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About the Author
Isaac Thorne is a Tennessee man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. The screenplay adaptation of his short story "Diggum" from the collection Road Kills is the winner of several horror film festival awards. His previous novel, The Gordon Place, was a finalist in the 2020 Readers' Favorite Book Awards. The audiobook edition narrated by Sean Duregger won the 2020 Independent Audiobook Awards horror category. You can find Isaac on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok at @isaacrthorne or on his site at isaacthorne.com. Just don't corner him during a flood.
Reviews

"With the right amount of gore and a permeating sense of dread, this work proves Thorne to be a gifted storyteller." --Publishers Weekly via BookLife.com

"...a thrilling throwback horror tale that tears through the pages like a hound from hell." --David Simms for SCREAM Horror Magazine, Issue 55

"THE GORDON PLACE is a well-told tale of ghostly vengeance. It's got a menacing B-movie vibe, yet addresses deeper issues of child abuse and racism and author Isaac Thorne shows that true horror doesn't come from beyond the grave, but the dark recesses of the human heart." --Rob Errera for IndieReader

"Isaac Thorne builds up the suspense gradually, writing in a way that draws the reader into the web. The descriptive nature of the story has you feeling you are really there, hearing every creak and echo of the past. " --Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

"Thorne eases into the story as if spinning a ghostly yarn, it is as comforting as sliding into a warm bloodbath and just as soothing and nerve-jangling." --Drew Rowsome for My Gay Toronto Magazine

"Thorne has some serious writing chops and every time I jumped back into The Gordon Place, I was easily whisked away to Lost Hollow." --Steve Stred for Kendall Reviews

"There are no heroes in Lost Hollow, just ordinary people dealing with extraordinary situations and it makes for a dark and wonderful ride." --Yeti for TN Horror News