This is the volume where the cracks start to appear. There is an ending of sorts in this volume but it isn’t exactly revealed making you wait till next volume for the cliff-hanger. The short stories also become more diversionary and their relevance, if they have any, is most obscure.
The art is great and plenty of ghostly blues are employed effectively for an otherworldly effect. There is also some clever panel use with each frame representing a room of the house.
Included in this book is the Halloween special which features appearances by Constantine, Merv Pumpkinhead, and Madam Xanadu (barely), etc. Sadly these are not about the content, but more about the cameos.
There is no reason to stop reading but the shine definitely wears off.