I am about two-thirds through this book and it is good so far. It was recommended by Mike Davis on the Lovecraft eZine podcast. It is a short horror novel originating from creepypasta stories posted to "nosleep" on reddit by a user named 1000Vultures. The other reddit users loved the stories and begged for more, and the author, Dathan Auerbach, expanded them into a novel and published it after a Kickstarter raised over 1000% of its goal. That right there is a great story -- I love to hear about someone making their creative dreams come true. As for the book itself, it has an interesting premise: the narrator is thinking back on strange events from his childhood, and only coming to realizations about them later as he reflects on them and pieces them together. So far, it is more about creepiness than outright horror.