First, as various reviews of individual Drac Von Stoller stories have pointed out, most of the stories in this collection are brief, lack descriptive detail, and are plagued by grammatical and typographic issues. That being said, I nevertheless found the first of Von Stoller's collections sufficiently entertaining in a "light macabre" sort of way that I purchased the other two available collections.
Other reviewers have suggested that Von Stoller's stories read more like outlines than finished drafts. I agree with this assessment. However, this does not necessarily detract from the stories! Instead, the brevity lends a briskness to the pacing. The stories barrel headlong from set-up to climactic confrontation, with little to no off-topic rambling to distract from the plot. The imaginative tales in this collection are quick, easy reads, and the perfect length to fill five or ten minutes of "downtime" during lunch breaks, commutes, or idle moments in the waiting room... or in other rooms where you may find yourself seated for a few minutes now and again. Most of the tales are melodramatic and vibrant, bringing an almost naive charm to the grim and ghastly content.
I would likely offer a 5 star review were the copy-editing a bit cleaner, simply for fast-paced, short-short story entertainment value. Well worth the current $2.00 Kindle store price.
I'm happy to see Von Stoller continues to steadily post new content. I'll be watching for the latest efforts as they are released.