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I really liked this short story, but it was to short, this would had been a great beginning for a real novel instead it ended when it just started to get interesting...I would have loved to have Gail return as an adult, searching for closure to the traumatic experience she had at the lake.
Now THAT was a fun ride. This one brought back memories of Amazing Stories, not to mention the Bradbury tale, "The Foghorn", which, I'm sure, was intended, because this story was first published in a tribute to Bradbury. Being that "The Foghorn" is one of my favorite literary shorts, I dug Hill's od...
I love Joe Hill's work, but I was disappointed with this short story. I can't go too much into why without spoilers. His prose was wonderful as always, and the characters memorable. I just felt I was left...wanting.