William asked:

Would you consider this title to be YA, Adult Fiction or something in between?

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Ernest While it's YA, it shouldn't put adult readers off. I know the point of the question is whether "kids" should be esposed to issues like losing a parent, or supernatural serial killers, but they already are in real life. Daryl created a world in which they retain some measure of control, and I think it's a good thing. We asked him a similar question in our interview at SFRevu, and he commented: a

A teenager might not have the life experience to cope with tragedy--but many adults don't, either. I do think that adults are more aware of how they're supposed to process tragedy, but that can cause more problems than it solves.

Arch D. YA, but sophisticated/quirky enough to be interesting to adults too.
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