I grew up on horror—reading novels and comics, watching TV shows and movies.
Growing up, it had been an annual tradition to have friends sleep over on my birthday. We would rent three horror movies that were clearly never meant for children, then stay up all night eating junk food and watching them.
Jigsaw of Souls is, in a way, a callback to those years.
It is about discovering who you are and dealing with absolute horror of your world at the same time. Vincent Donnelly is an ordinary guy in extraordinary circumstances, and he’s not getting a break until it’s all over. He’s overwhelmed and underinformed and even when people want to help, he still has to go so much of it alone. And the monsters he has to deal with are very much real.
Are you who you think you are?
It’s scary to not know where you fit into the world.
It’s scarier still to think your place is not what you thought it was.
I hope you accompany Vincent in his journey ’til the end. And I hope you enjoy his adventures as much as I enjoyed writing them.
See you in the shadows,