Tuesday, May 15, 2018
The Lovecraftian Thing a Day (2018) No.135: The House of Silence by Avalon Brantley
Avalon Brantley’s The House of Silence appeared in the post today; as such, I have not yet had an opportunity to review it - but I understand that it evokes the shades of William Hope Hodgson’s two classic tales of cosmic horror: The House on the Borderland, and his monumental (but flawed) The Night Land (I presume that title of Brantley’s novel is derived from a horrifying locale of the same name encountered in that epic tome).
The House of Silence is currently only available in a limited print run of 170 - there are, however, still a few copies available here. Thanks to Acep Hale for pointing me in the direction of this.