This! I even caught myself thinking exactly that - 'oh when it gets to daylight, it'll inevitably all be fine'. It really played on that primal fear of the spooky dark, though I do agree with others that it did derail itself a bit (but pulled it back, I thought, overall) when Alan Leech came into it.The Soapmaker wrote:I liked it. The idea of being lost in the dark, in the middle of nowhere, going round in circles, is genuinely scary to me, although there is always the feeling that things will somehow magically sort themselves out if you can survive until daylight.
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