what an amazing book! with a slight SiFi feel, but we'll within the realms of belief. With elements of love and loss, a string female lead. boy oh boy, had the book while at home, and this audio while at work! now onto the next!!
I've been listening to audio books for well over twenty years (even before audible was available). Secretly, I wish I could be a narrator.
The book was a very entertaining time travel novel with thunder and lightning and twists and turns and will keep you guessing until the very end.
Almost abandoned this book after 1 or 2 hours. Plot was slow to develop but once it got going I could not stop listening. One of the best and most thought out time travel stories I have ever read. Glad I stuck with it.
I was halfway through this book before I realised it incorporated time travel into the story. I don't read science fiction and if I had known this upfront I would never have bought it. Now I'm just listening to the end because I've gone past the point of no return and I may as well see where it goes.
I keep telling myself to stay away from 'two for the price of one offers', because there's a reason why they're on sale, but I never do and this book is my punishment.
Dean Koontz is a great writer. I have never read a book pf his I didn't enjoy. This one was a great book. It was funny, sad, loving, mysterious, fantasy and so many other things rolled in to one. I couldn't put it down it
Kept my interest up and ended good.
No, once you know what happens, there is no reason to revisit.
I would have made Stephan her grandfather not some one who just loved her.
I think when he showed up at the grocery store and saved Laura and her father.
No way! Too long.
I don't think I would have put Hitler or Churchill scenes in it. Took a little away from the whole fantasy.
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!