|Editors Hawke and Van Alst have gathered a satisfying mix of unsettling horror stories written by an array of notable Native authors, including Cherie Dimaline, Brandon Hobson, Darcie Little Badger, and Tommy Orange. The 25 chilling tales revolve around Indigenous experiences and beliefs, cranking up the creepy factor with terrifying monsters, ghosts, curses, family secrets, and vengeful spirits. In "Hunger," by Phoenix Boudreau, a college student fights a Wehtigo that possesses humans and consumes all, never feeling satiated. In "Dead Owls," by Mona Susan Power, a young Dakota girl visits her aunt in the summer, only to be attacked by the spirit of an angry settler. In Carson Faust's "Eulogy for a Brother, Resurrected," a man mourns the loss of his brother, resorting to the unspeakable to see him once again. All combined, these powerful pages use fantastical elements to create very human characters who suffer very real horrors, like oppression, poverty, abuse, mental illness, and the erasure of long-existing cultures and traditions. This volume is a must for any library collection and will be devoured by speculative fiction fans who enjoy a sprinkle of social commentary within their scary books.