But that wasn't the important facet of the story...I think that the author's excellence was in the physiological description described...the well developed persona of both the villain and the hero...
teacher & book lover
This book is told from the point of views of both a victim and a serial killer. It is edge of your seat and really terrifying.
What I liked about this book was it hooked you right away and didn't let you go until the end. It was a different kind of Dean Koontz book and i have read more than many. It was out of the realm of the super natural.
The Narrator was excellent and the way she changed the speed of her voice and tone when switching from Chyna to the Killer was genius even if she didn't speak in a deep voice implying she was now the male character she didn't have to you automatically knew.She was thoroughly enjoyable.
Unlike Stephen King Dean Koontz is not afraid of a good ending, a happy ending.
I read this story years ago and loved it! I wanted to experience it on a different way abs decided to get the audio book. It was even more amazing then reading it. The narrator really went above and beyond my expectations! I enjoyed every moment, every chapter. Intense!
The most gripping book I've ever read! Keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. You will find yourself holding your breath. Truly intense!
the book grabs you and keeps you at the edge of your seat. its a must read!! if you love mystery murder twisted but yet hopeful and love books. not love between a boy and girl but a love like family
Love gritty mystery thrillers.
This book went beyond my expectations. It was fast paced and thought provoking all the while disturbing. I loved the balance between darkness and light. If you like psychological thrillers about serial killers, this book is for you.
You know, stuff and what-not.
Yes, because I enjoy spoken word over print.
The battle with the dogs.
The narrator added inflections at the end of lines, didn’t change her tempo to match the situation. she read at a fast tempo, and seemed to read too much in one breathe. Kate is no Mare Winningham.
It was, but the tempo made it easy to stop and take a brain break.
This is my first Knootz book, and it was decent.
I like history and biography, novels too. I do have a thing for zombie books as well. I need crappy thrillers now and then.
Some intense moments, but long. Actually, I like Koontz attention to detail. Parts of this are good. But I'm tired of authors telling us the crazed or quirky thoughts of serial killers. I don't really buy it.