As a book goes this one was easy to get into the story but very hard to stay there. The author seemed to wander abit just like his characters. They all lacked depth and the feeling of being real. For a young reader I think this would be a good book to engage the reader and have them working out the what,when,why and how parts of the story to keep them going deeper into the storytelling of the book.
Very creative read. The dead days, the days between Christmaas and New Years. The days when those of another world must clean up their acts or if you have made a pact with the devil, try to beat him in his own game before your time is up. Great read for for adults and even teens.