Things are not quite what they seem.
A widowed man makes one last drive up the northern coast to scatter his wife’s ashes in the Pacific coast. What starts off as a somber reflection ends up turning into a sticky situation.
Stories were, for the most part, well-written, but I thought they were too lengthy and focused too much on religion. I thought they would be more mysterious and suspenseful, but they turned out to be more literary than anything else. They weren’t that short and they all pretty much sounded the same.
My rating: 3 stars