A very intriguing story about good and evil and the POV of one man as he faces what will be the most important turning point of his life. That being said the story itself had some very strong similarities to Bradbury and King, but a little lighter than King as far as horror goes. The character development was pretty good and visualization was more than decent. I did think that some of the nomenclature was very akin to 1950s and I had a hard time remembering that this novel was set in the 1990s - other than that the novel was a good listen/read and worth the credit spent. The narration was very good, no issues with characterization or suspension of disbelief.
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