This is another great story by Daniel Kelly, who truly has mastered the art of writing. In this story, the reader meets Jack, who begins to understand the differences and meaning of reality as he knows it and the unspoken paranormal world. It is Jack’s tale of true love (his first), as well as that of his older neighbor. Together, the two tales bring us a better understanding and appreciation of both characters’ worlds. The story is set in Marblehead, MA, a well-known town close to and somewhat influenced by its more well-known neighbor, the town of Salem. Taking place in the autumn timeframe only brings home the Salem paranormal influence and underlying theme, for that town becomes a place for spooks of all types as Halloween approaches. As with his other stories, the author has definitely developed and pulled off another great story for readers of all ages and interests. Though a short story, the characters and the setting are very well developed and only leave the reader wanting for more. I can easily see this story growing into a longer novel, with some fleshing out by the author. I received this from Library Thing to read and review.