Odd. That's my one word description of these four unsettling, mostly supernatural tales which are low on concrete answers and high on sub-text.
Keith Deininger is a unique voice within the dark fiction/horror world and these tales are no exception. None of them really grabbed me, however, and delivered that gut punch I always hope for with any short story. All, however, are very readable and provoke deeper thought.
At 42 pages - with half the Kindle version I read dedicated to an excerpt from another Deininger novel, Ghosts of Eden - it's a very brief investment of time, and one worth it for fans of dark tales that come bereft of a neat little bow to go round them.
3 Reasons Not to go Out Clubbing for My Little Chidlren.