I got this one and finished it in one day simply because I couldn't seem to stop. It was written in such a way where I was pulled in and couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next and how it was all going to unfold and connect. Koontz did a nice job with character development, and this one wasn't too freaky for him. Although it does have some concepts a bit "Out of the Box" but nothing too intense. I recommend this one!
I spend about four hours per day on the road. Audio books make my commute go by much faster and make it somewhat enjoyable.
I really enjoyed this audiobook. I wasn't sure if I wanted to spend two credits on one audio book, but I'm glad that I decided to go for it. The narrator did a fantastic job.
I have listened to audio books in my car for years. Rarely do I find a book and narrator so compelling that I HAVE to continue it inside. I am a fan of Koontz but this is definitely his best. I could not "put it down".
This book was a delight to read. The well drawn characters and touching scenes contrast starkly with the self-deluded psychopath of Enoch Caine. So many characters that will be remembered long after I finish the book make me not want to finish it, for fear of losing them. At the same time, I can't wait to see what happens. Highly recommended.
From the Corner of His Eye is a book that I recommend to any and all. If you want Dean Koontz at his best order this book, you will not be disappointed!
I listen while I paint- classic or modern mysteries, true adventure, & books that inspire or motivate
This book takes a little while to get into, as the author sets the stage by introducing all the characters- which is necessary to bring the story lines all together - well worth it!! Not one to miss!!
love the way koontz introduces characters then brings them together at some junction within their experiences and shows how choice affects experience and reality as we perceive it.
always on edge to discover how the characters are related to the central plot
Koontz's attention to and description of even the most minute detail provide clues to what has yet to be told.
enjoyed Lang's voice reading. tone and inflection kept the interest level. he seemed able to bring an ethereal quality to his reading when appropriate and childlike wonder when character demanded. when reading what might under other readers be tiresome, Lang is able to convey a "future importance" to some details through sound
where perception and reality intersect
i am aware that there are those who dislike the minute detail presented by this author but i appreciate the very detailed descriptions. i can close my eyes as i listen and see his characters and story in detail and color.
Yes, I will most definately listen to this book again. I really enjoy Stephen Lang's narration. He had narrated a few of Dean Koontz's books. I liked the characters in this book and was almost sad when it ended.
The story and the writing. Dean Koontz is one of my favorite writers. His characters are always so believable, even if they are in extraordinary situations.
Yes, Stephen Lang is one of my favorite narrators. I actually looked to see if I had missed any of his other narratives from Dean Koontz's work and I haven't.
This book made me laugh and cry. You get so involved with the characters it really affects you.
By far the best Dean Koontz book. The story grabs you from the start and you don't want to stop listening. I actually listened to the book 2 times and it was just as good the second time around.
The book has a dragged out pathetic ending. I recommend the reader stop listening when Jr. meets his just rewards. Too bad because the book is funny after a bit of a slow start. I enjoyed most of the book but it starts to drag at chapter 78 – about 5/6 of the way through. The finish is not worth the pain of getting there. Stop short and you’ll be happier.