Horror is not always in your face blood and guts. Sometimes it is something more subtle; something that is felt but not really seen until it is too late. Four stories are the subject of this book, four stories, one for each season and each one containing something hellish and evil.
The writing is rich with imagery but just enough is left to your imagine that your mind fills in all the blanks. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed reading Charles L. Grant's works and if there is a complaint about this book it is that it is too short...I was left wanting more. The stories are captivating, you do not see what is coming until it is there; always a twist and always something that makes you want to look over your shoulder and turn on that extra light.