Definitely! Dean Koontz is a great story teller and this audio version was enjoyable.
It kept me listening all the way through!
4/5; 4 stars; A-
Dean Koontz has been hit and miss for me but this book was a definite hit. He manages to mix good mystery with a bit of paranormal and come out with a kind of weird but compelling story. I appreciate an author who can write a good standalone book and that is what this one is. I recommend it.
Christopher Lane was an excellent narrator.
I am a salesperson on the road everyday, mother of 2 grown children. Happily married
Koontz out did himself. I was listening every chance I got. Suspense laughing crying lots of feelings in this book
I have a long commute. I Like Spy Novels, Mysteries, thrillers, Conservative philosophy, and anything interesting and read well.
Loved the story. The narrator, Christopher Lane , filled in many roles seamlessly. I really felt in the story. Dean Koontz and Chris will be searched again.
Maybe I outgrew him? His characters are so flat and stereotypical that I honestly have a hard time identifying with them or empathizing with them. This was a predictable story about time travel that relied on a paradox-busting cheat to evade what could have been a powerful ending. It's no 11-22-63, that's for sure.
I am writing this review knowing no one will ever read it. I purchased this book during one of the many sales that Audible grace's us with and frankly I am glad that I got it at a reduced price. I gave this story 3 stars but I really do not want to spend my time with an average book and this one is completely average. I actually got this one by reading the reviews and so many raved. This book is very dated and not even close to one of Koontz' best. My suggestion is to pass.