“The Lunar Labyrinth” is the first story in Neil Gaiman’s latest collection of short fiction, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances.
It is a story about a tourist visiting a burnt down maze on the night of the full moon. I can’t say any more without giving it away, although I had to read it twice to get an ending that made sense. Perhaps I wasn’t paying full attention the first time.
Nicely written, as is to be expected from Neil Gaiman. I will almost certainly read all the stories in this book, but I will only comment on the ones that really have an impact on me. Of course, that could be all of them.