Lost Souls, the new short story collection from David S. Grant and Brown Paper Publishing, is now available.
"Stuck somewhere between J.D. Salinger, Chuck Palahniuk and Bret Easton Ellis, author David S. Grant delves into the life of a modern misanthrope whose drug usage would make Hunter S. Thompson envious. It’s dark, disturbing and usually uncomfortable. David S. Grant is an author to watch. He could easily become the next Chuck Palahniuk with his fragmented style and stream of consciousness writing. "
-Stefan Halley, Pop Syndicate
Disaffected tourists wander through the streets of Amsterdam and Madrid. A sick psychiatrist uses hypnotism to rob banks. A three part novella details the warped lessons of Mr. Rockford and reaction of his students. Guilt ridden adults repent and drain their 401K accounts at a castle that uses torture as a means of redemption. A look at the mentor-protégé relationship between drug dealers and their clients.
A pill that erases everything, a diary of the Smoke-Out, a Casting Director on a killing spree, and Elvis. These stories, written in the “transgressive fiction” genre and more populate nineteen stories in this collection by David S. Grant (author of Corporate Porn, Bleach|Blackout, The Last Breakfast, Emotionless Souls, Hollywood Ending, Happy Hour, and Rock Stars).
For a free .PDF version go to Brown Paper Publishing, or purchase (for only $5) at Amazon.
For those interested in a free signed copy to review (blog, full review, and/or brief feedback to the author) email davidsgrantbooks.gmail.com with Lost Souls Review Copy in the subject. Please include name and mailing address in the body.
For more information go to: http://www.davidsgrant.com