I stayed up late to finish "Bird Box", not because I wanted to read the book in time to blackout my bingo card, although it does that, but because I couldn't go to sleep without knowing how the book ended.
I'll write a proper review when I'm more awake. In the meantime, I'm just going to recommend that you read this if you haven't already. It's as close to perfect as a horror book can get. The tension is almost unbearable. The fear is visceral. The people are real. The events, well they're a perfect mix of heartbreak and hope.
My thanks to Char for bringing this one to my attention.