This book brought back all the excitement and wonder of being introduced to a new and rather scary world which I first experienced on reading the horror books my mother left lying around when I was a toddler.
I understood more of this book than I understood the horror books of my toddler years, but there is still a sense of mystery with these stories and they also provoked that same stunned and slightly disorientated feeling as if my world had been shaken by the way these writers have made my mind's eye look through a cleverly distorting prism that paradoxically both clarifies its vision and confuses me simultaneously.
I think Moss from the IT Crowd's quote about Gay! a gay musical sums up my thoughts about this book
"I think it's fabulous! Every value I've ever held is being questioned and I'm loving it!"
This is a very consistent collection with no weak spots. Strong, excellent writing throughout and a book I know I will reread frequently in the future.