You'll Surely Drown Here If You Stay is a story of wild magic, featuring power to raise the dead but really not anything like a zombie or ghost story. So I would say I enjoyed it for originality. The protagonist is Ellis, a young man who is channeling power (his mother's) to raise the dead. He, his paramour Marisol and several others have been left or orphaned by a mine accident, and the powerful magic in the story is being used to guard the mine. Then some bad dudes come to town who have some of that power themselves.
The irritating thing with this story is that it's told in the second person. You, the reader, are Ellis. But not really, the device doesn't actually work at placing the reader in the story. It's awfully tough to pull off second person narrative, it's only been done once or twice and I can't remember the title right off. And the device is not necessary at all, the story would be just fine, and probably nominated for awards, without this.
In any case it's a decent read and I can recommend it. 3 stars.