I love to read. It's as simple as that. It stands to reason that I'd love to listen to books being read to me as well.
I absolutely loved every second of this book! Dean Koontz has an amazing way of writing that I've enjoyed in many of his other books. He is an excellent story teller, who draws the reader in quickly and completely.
I think, though, that this book was made even better by the narration of Christopher Lane. His ability to give a different voice to each character (including Winston Churchill and Adolf Hitler!) was spot on. I never wondered who was speaking; he is consistent and manages not to let any one voice sound like another.
This story was so much more than I'd first expected, and was absolutely worth a credit!
It took me a little while to get into the book, but it certainly got interesting further along.
The plot had me guessing as I tried to work out exactly what was going on. I was bamboozled by some of the technical explanations. I think that's also partly due to that as I was listening in the car I couldn't give it all my attention and flicking back a few 'pages' wasn't practical.
The narrator does a good job, though some of his accents are a bit ropey.
Worth a credit.
Mr.Koontz has written another great book which causes the reader to be a part of the story and question what will happen , not wanting to put the book away why I even extended my nightly walk so I could hear the next chapter.Thank you for making reading enjoyable
This was my first ever Dean Koontz novel and I loved it. The story went in a place I wasn't expecting but was right up my alley. This book is from 1988 but it aged well; I appreciated the small details that dated it.