The ending left me a little dazed. Zoé gets out of jail and leaves the city to live in the house her grandmother left her. The town is aged with a dwindling population, but Zoé seems to like it enough. That is, until she learns the town’s secret.
It’s the kind of story that even when you begin to suspect things, you’re not really sure what you’re suspecting and as it progresses, things can go either way. The art was alright, but the style did suit the story, so it didn’t interfere with my experience. It was a decent story and I appreciated it, but I’m sure when I say that if it didn’t end the way it did, but the way I thought it would, the story would have scored lower.