A short collection of just a couple of stories, this book had me thinking of how it'd be a good candidate for a short film, especially the latter of the stories; The Cubicle.
The first story wasn't as enjoyable as the second, but it sure is spine-chilling, making you wonder what the hell would've happened after it ended.
And that's where the author's huge role comes in: WRITE MORE STORIES!!!
A post-apocalyptic short about a town that's invaded with photophobic demons. And when I say short, it's short. Annoyingly short. Would've given it higher if it was a Stephen King-like novel chronicling different denizen's traumatic experiences etc. I'd love to see that. Maybe a sequel? Amazing short.
I was confused from start to finish on the main plot of the story. There was no actual explanation (not even briefly) on why those who were dead thought they were so.
And what's up with all the profanity and unnecessary usage of sexual innuendo? I don't mind it, but it's a story of kids, and I don't see why some of that is used.
I love how the writer doesn't believe in happy endings (not yet, at least), and how our protagonist goes from one tribulation to the next in this zopocalypse short. A bit sad to see the sequel isn't free, but hey, we're all looking to make a living.