The collection started out well-written. It was easy to follow along with, but shortly after the second true crime story, I feel the writing became obtuse. Ms. Morton seemed to delight in showing off her large vocabulary—most often having a detrimental effect on the story.
The writing feels as if it was translated from another language. Mr Shoaib loses much of the suspense that is associated with the horror genre as the collection is hard to understand.
Benson riddles this book with grammatical inaccuracies, and these errors makes one have to double-down with their focus while reading it. Most of the time, I can overlook the odd error or two, but it lessened my enjoyment.