You have this terrifying way of exploring the horror of the human condition. Psychological horror, I'd call it if I needed a name for it.
That well-placed "whatever" of Squall's is brilliantly frightening.
The use of the song throughout the story is another wonderful touch. The possible implications of the lyrics grow more and more dark until the revelation of the more complete lyrics resonates throughout the story.
You write battle scenes so that they are constantly tense and edgy. I find myself reading them more quickly because I need to know what happened next.
This story will stick with me for a very long time.