very dry - probably due to exhaustive descriptions- accounts of possibly-explicable OOPs, occurrences, and accounts of odd experience. Worth a read if you enjoy Forteana and want to fill in gaps.
Hard to say too much without spoilers; this one is about a boy with an uncanny sense of direction, who finds his orientation focused on a blank spot on the night sky. It's very light on character and plot, but offers a sufficiently intriguing premise that I didn't mind. Also, I love those expressionist Ace paperback covers from the sixties. This one is credited to Leo & Diane Dillon.
I'd read more Friedberg but alas this was her only novel.