A chilling, weird, and often sad collection. I'm actually a little hesitant to apply the word "horror", rather than simply going with "weird", but upon reflection will say it definitely qualifies.
Short stories, with plain writing; the settings range from the clearly fantastical (if never saccharine) to the strictly Western contemporary, with the weird elements ranging as well from explicit to possibly imagined. Touching and strange, with characters beautifully realized.
(Also, I will note: I bought it on Kindle
. I have only ever done that three times, and this is the only one I've done it where I didn't have even a passing acquaintance with the author. And I'd do it again with his other books, although I'd prefer other options.)