A good creepy tale about a young man who wants to find his real father. Jack discovered he was adopted and decides to run away. His dream is to be a fiddle player and travel with his father. However, what he finds is a predator that feeds on children’s dreams.
Set in the early part of the 20th century, Scott Snyder and Scott Tuft have put together a tale that will leave you breathless. It’s frightening in ways that you don’t expect. The monster is not overly original but the tale will still cause your heart to pound.
Not only does Jack have to deal with this man who wants to eat him for dinner, he’s battling those who would stop at nothing to take everything from him. It’s a dirty and tough time. Monsters lurk in the shadows and look a lot like humans. Jack is far too innocent to be on this adventure and it’s hard to watch that be stripped away from him.
The art is fairly basic – nothing overly dynamic but it also doesn’t distract from the story line. It moves smoothly from page to page carrying the reader away.