The horrors unravel very slowly and the reader is forced to piece together each reveal and attempt to make sense of it. It took me awhile to figure out what was going on with each character because there is no big info. dump spew. Not that I’m complaining. Things unravel just as I assume they would in a real life therapy group. Because of the trauma (or simply because they are human) only one guy jumps in and spills his entire history but not in a coherent manner. The rest are wary of each other. And for good reasons.
This was an intriguing novella filled with frightening ideas but I truly wish it had been a wee bit longer and that I could have learned more about the characters than I did.
Read the rest of Laurie’s review at HORROR AFTER DARK.
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