Too much fluff. As a Koontz fan, this book gets a thumbs down. I stuggled to get through it. The story was pretty good, just long and a bit boring at times.
This was a delight to hear, the visual imagery was captivating and the narrator did a marvelous job. I also appreciated it's length, as it got me through those mundane work tasks over a couple weeks. Definitely recommended!
This was a pleasure to listen to from the start to the end. The narrator did a wonderful job, and the story was captivating. I totally recommend it!
This was definitely a page turner. I loved every minute of it, and looked for an excuse to go somewhere in my car so I could listen. It was suspenseful throughout with a surprise ending; at least it was a surprise for me. My wife seemed to have it figured out.
It's been about 1 month since I've listened to this book, and still, if one of my kids says "the moon" in normal conversation, I think of this book, and get a chill.
Most books of this length can get tedious, and as I was listening, occasionally I wished it would move on. But once I was finished, I saw the need for Koontz to take his time with each character.
And not only was this a great story, but it was very well read.
It is a top 5 Koontz book.
Typical of Dean, lots of great detail about the characters and keeps you guessing right up until the very end. Older book, but a good listen.