Intensity grabbed my attention immediately which is somethiing I love about any book. However, you wanted to shake Chyna throughout the book for beiing so stupid. I didn't like the dog chapter either and actually had to turn off the sound until that was complete. Good read though and would recommend it.
I love Dean Koontz, and he is at his best with this one!!! Intensity is an very good example of the classic Dean Koontz. It keeps you riveted to your seat until the end! I Loved it!!!
This is the First Audio book I ever really got into. You spend the whole book yelling at teh girl. Get out of there you idiot.. Man it is a MUST for any collection..
This is my favorite Koontz audio book. Intensity is a relentless, gripping novel that is more focused than many of his other books. It's reminiscent of Silence of the Lambs. Highly recommended!
This is my favorite Koontz book by a long slide...the narrator does and incredible job while keeping the reader in suspense at all times. Highly recommended!!
I have never run into a book such as this before. While the excessive descriptions get very tedious at times the suspense doesn't let up for a moment. All through the book your talking to the character to do this, or don't do that, and again the suspense never ever lets up. While there are scenes of grusome violence, that isn't what this book is about. It takes a very real situation and tortures you psychologically every step of the way. What would I do if this happened to me? That's the thing about the book. This could indeed happen to someone. Great read.
I grabbed this on a road trip, expecting a riveting ride through the night.
Unfortunately, this picture was... slow. The villain himself was hollow. Sure, he was different than a regular serial killer. He had a well developed idea of why, and I give credit there. But, that's quite literally all there is to him. And it's so, so very repetitive. I got it, after the first few times. He doesn't sound more crazy with each, just more boring.
Worse so, the drawn out nature of the plot. I've heard so many places where a confrontation could have happened, and worked, and was skipped. The heroin drove me insane with her constantly self deprecation and baggage. She represents a lot of why women think they can't, when they can, and need to.
I love Dean Koontz but this one was awful! It was more creepy/lewd than usual and I actually deleted it without finishing it. There wasn't the usual humor, just icky. Stick with the positive DK books and you can't go wrong.