If you like short short stories, you'll really like this collection. Short shorts are exceedingly hard to write, and Mr. Lorn seems to have a real knack for them.
This book has 22 stories crammed into 145 pages!
Lorn is primarily thought of as a horror writer, but the bulk of the stories to be found here are more quirky and bizarre, not so much out-and-out horror. There are some straight up horror pieces near the end (including the three bonus stories), but I enjoyed the somewhat lighter, funkier pieces more.
My favorites include:
"A Purchase of Titanic Proportions"*
"What the Dark Brings"
"He's Got Issues"*
"That Thing about a Picture and a Thousand Words"
"He Who Laughs Last"
"Come to Jesus Meeting"
Well, it seems I've listed nearly half the stories as favorites. That should tell you something.