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Amazing writer. His stories are not really horror in the usual sense of the word, but inhabit the realm somewhere between a disturbing dream and a full-blown nightmare. The best example of this is the opening story (and the best of this collection), where the gnawing unease is cranked-up by very subtle inferences. In fact, subtle is the word here, with each story insinuating itself upon the reader. Some of these tales have a nebulous structure, and just seem to float in suspension. The title story is a musing on life and society, and infers that this is a horror all of its own! This is all the work of a very special author.