I prefer science fiction, fantasy, and horror without the spaceships, dragons, and zombies.
I enjoyed this more than I did Schiver's Bobo (reviewed here). This one was much freer with the concrete details and had a much clearer narrative through line. However, its overall impact was marred by some unrealistic dialogue, a storytelling cheat, and a predictable and cliched ending. Many of these sins could have been forgiven had the otherworldly aspects been more inventive, more intriguing.
Like Bobo, this looks to be permafree on Amazon: