This is the first time I have listened to a Dean Koontz book, rather than read it. Mr Koontz has a way of keeping you riveted from start to finish, and normally at an almost real time plot. This was slightly different as the book is set over a period of years, but the bulk of the story is still in a few days nearer the end of the book. This at the normal breakneck pace. No dog in this book, un Koontz like.
Typical Dean Koontz is pretty scary to me. Lightning had me from the very beginning. I kept waiting (that is the suspense part) for it to turn into horrow. There was plenty of action, suspense, and a unique twist. I enjoyed this book very much. T
The way in which Christopher Lane reads.
You actually had no idea as to where you were headed in this book. Once you thought that you had it figured out you find out that you actually don't.
Christopher Lane is a great reader. I love his performances and this was as good as Endurance which I also loved.
Fate always finds a way or does it?
I highly recommend this audio book.
The story is suspenseful and intriguing. I liked the complexities involving time travel and references associated to paradox.
I liked how history, World War II with Hitler and Winston Churchill was woven into the story line. The characters were interesting, authentic and they developed as the story unfolded. Very well written, thank you .
several strong characters, world-changing plot, and that momentum and mystery Koontz has always provided us
Retired Political Science professor from a community college. Especially like Legal Thrillers.
For a long time I have enjoyed the books of Dean Koontz. This book was no exception, although it was very different from the Odd Thomas Series. I especially like works that deal with "Time Travel" as did this one. Still, I found the interaction with Adolf Hitler somewhat fanciful. Worth a listen.
Empty nester couple....a Life Coach and a Suspense Writer with varied tastes. Blend of fiction & non-fiction.
A finely crafted novel of mind twisting jumps across time. Perhaps the best suspense ending I've heard. The increased pacing is masterful! And Koontz's language is always surprising, making the reader want to improve his own vocabulary. Excellent.