The main characters had well quirky personalities and I enjoyed them very much. They showed great humor in the face of poverty and violence. The overall story grew tiresome after some time. Maybe it should have ended sooner. Maybe i'm just not into aliens...or maybe it was the narrator?
The long length of the story, excellent narration, bio-ethical disgussion.
Ought one feel the right to....
MetaphysicalMinister;Intuitive;ReikiPractitioner;mid50's;HIV+(my ex didn't take vows as seriously as I); I LOVE: God;Mom;MyCats=Chrysa&Tia
This audiobook could have been really good but, in my humble opinion, the entire book simply dragged and dragged and dragged. It's hard for me to explain effectively. The storyline could have been really great. It has good characters (by that I mean interesting) but they just don't seem to come together effectively and expeditiously.
I don't know, I'm even lost on how to explain exactly what I mean. I kept on listening thinking surely it would get better, and it did for a short while. Unfortunately from getting better to becoming worse the story rambled on back and forth finally ending in a bizarre way.
This didn't really seem like a Dean Koontz book.
I hope if you decide to listen to it that you totally disagree with me and that you thoroughly enjoy it from start to finish. Maybe it's just me, but that's just not how the experience unfolded for me. St any rate, Happy Reading (or listening )!
narration was great, story was ok. I was expecting more. kind of long on the story. was looking for more action the way it started out. not a dean's best but was still ok.
you will grow to enjoy the characters in this book and watch them develop and you will love most of them except for a couple