This is a fun collection for Halloween and mid-Autumn. It's an easy read, a story that captures your attention, and a nice way to reflect the changes in weather and evening darkness.
Although there is a lot of dialogue, it is written in a breezy, conversational style. The reader isn't bogged down with excessive exposition, and the elements of the story flow pretty well.
The art is well suited to black and white, and the storyboarding is particularly good. Panels flow well, and we aren't treated to awkward perspectives or close-ups. The pages are designed to match the dialogue, adding to the accessibility of the writing.
It is not excessively gory, so it's a good seasonal choice for fans of the horror genre who don't require extreme violence. There is plenty of suspense and gore, but all of it supports the tale.