Except for a slow beginning - lots of time spent with characters hovering over dead bodies - the story is great. Good suspense, scary (& sort of plausible) idea.
Great Dean Koontz book! Very entertaining! Well worth the credit! This is my 4th Dean Koontz book, and it is my second favorite next to Twilight eyes.
Kneel Before Zod!!
Wild ass story.
Very good, at times I thought there was more than one person. He does a very good job changing his tone and pitch.
No extreme reaction, but it was a very interesting story.
It took a long time to figure out what the monster was, and how to try and defeat it. Koontz gave clues, but not obvious ones. Made the story more interesting.
The pace at which it developed.
When the were talking to the monster via computer terminals.
I'd take the English guy who wrote the book (book title "The Ancient Enemy")
Good, solid Koontz book. You can't go wrong.
I liked the story very much. The movie left so much out that it could have been a two part movie.
I'm a fan of Koontz so I'm surprised I don't like this book. I actually stopped listening about halfway through. I think the characters are boring and the plot was slow. I think part of my dislike is the narrator. He drags out the words which was so annoying. I read reviews before I buy a book, almost everyone liked this book so it could be me. It's still on my ipod so I might give it another try later on.
The narrator does sound like Daffy Duck! Like Daffy doing a 40's era radio drama. Because of this, the story was less scary and more campy.
Ridiculous story narrated ridiculously. Poorly developed characters finding bodies all over a California town. Dissapointing story by Koontz. Narration was hammy.
The story here is all right. Nothing super amazing but not bad either. It's interesting. However, the narrater sounds like Daffy Duck. I'm sure the book would have been a lot scarrier had I not been picturing an animated duck reading it. The line .. "And inSHHHKKide wasSHHHKKK a sSHHKKevered head" Really loses is grasp on the horror genre and walks onto the Warner Brothers cartoon lot. His tone is nice but his lisp is horrible. I have No idea who hired this guy to narrate books but, they probably should have spoken to the guy first. I listened to the whole thing grinding my teeth so I didn't waist a credit.