Here They Lie (The Bloodstone Legacy, #1) by DAnn BurrowOne town.
A secret that refuses to stay buried.
Now the deadly legacy passes to a new generation.
After her aunts untimely death, Reese Everett is summoned to Devils Vale, Georgia. Colton Waters is returning home for an entirely different reason. Their lives soon become entangled as a generations-old secret comes to light.
Winner of the 2014 YARWA Rosemary Award for Excellence in New Adult Fiction
PlayStation VR news: Horror game Here They Lie joins launch day games list
The most intricate puzzle it employs is figuring out where to go which is usually obvious. It is not a series of gimmicky actions designed to show you what the peripheral can do. Instead of acting as a tech demo, it crafts a thoughtful, interesting world without relying on VR to do the heavy lifting. The game is almost entirely in black and white, but the contrast between the two and the occasional flourish of red or yellow gives the game a strong tone. The environments are solemn, unsettling, and surreal, and the PlayStation VR headset works to make them feel that much more imposing. As you walk around a town full of claustrophobic, rundown alleys that seem to fall on top of each other, being able to look directly up and see how cluttered the skyline is makes them feel more cramped; conversely, when you find yourself beneath a slew of expansive, crisscrossing highways, the sense of depth makes me feel that much more alone. Most of the environments are quiet and project a feeling of wistfulness, but a few of them are oppressive and garish.