Dislike

Lost Hollow Books
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They say it’s difficult to judge a person’s tone based on what
they post online. Two social network friends of William Dennison are about to
find out for themselves how difficult it can be.

After losing both his marriage and his job in a single day,
William takes to a popular social networking site to vent. A few irate posts
later, however, it becomes clear to his friends that William’s state of mind is
slowly unraveling before their eyes.

Can his online friends stop William’s real life from collapsing
before it’s too late?


























DISLIKE is a short work of dark social horror from the mind
Isaac Thorne, a nice man who simply wants to provide you with a few fun
frights. Written in the style of status updates and comment threads on a social
network, DISLIKE is an experimental story that attempts to place the reader
into the mind of a user who is watching the events unfold onscreen. If you’ve
ever posted your intimate thoughts in such a public way, you might think twice
about how you phrase things after you read DISLIKE.

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About the author

Isaac Thorne is a nice man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. He also does not spend much time on social media.

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Publisher
Lost Hollow Books
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Published on
Apr 6, 2014
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Pages
27
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ISBN
9781938271182
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Psychological
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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Content protection
This content is DRM free.
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Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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 It's easy to tell yourself there's no such thing as ghosts, at least until you meet one face-to-face. Then it becomes a matter of convincing yourself that you are not seeing what you think you are seeing. If you happen to be Jake, a barely school age child who awakens one night to find an elongated abomination in female form floating by his bedside, there is no amount of daylight or parental soothing that can convince you that ghosts are not real.

 

The apparition arrives at a crucial time in Jake’s family life, just when he’s beginning to notice that his mommy and his daddy aren’t getting along the way they once did. Daddy seems particularly stressed about his job at the hospital, which seems to be making him tired and nearly always irritable.

 

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