Wonderful book. touching, interesting, kept me wanting to listen all the time. Didn't want the story to end.
I was randomly introduced to this author by my wife, before one of my soon to be many deployments overseas. In 1995 I told her I was going to start reading more and she was in the book section of some store, and picked up a few books, 3 written by Mr. Koontz. I've been hooked ever since. Out of all I've read to include the Odd Thomas series this has been my favorite. Now that I retired from the Air Force and now drive trucks over the road these audio books make my long driving days fly by. Thank you Mr. Koontz.
I've become addicted to audible this past year. I am a busy wife, & mother to a son with autism. Audible has given me the time for reading!!
This book is horrible. As was the last one, Ashley Bell. What is happening, his writing used to be so good. These last two up in extreme disappointment. Can I return them?
was a book that required total concentration and became an exercise in patients. should have sat down with pencil and paper to graph characters names and relationships
This is by far the best D. Koontz book I've read thus far! I reread it every few years and its like reading it for the first time! I love the wit
It's really hard to say-- I love Dean Koontz and my own ability to imagine, but Stephen Lang does a fantastic job and I would be lying if I said his interpretation hasn't colored my reading.
I can't think of another book off the top of my head I would compare this to, honestly. It's such a complex story and so developed and personal, it's hard for me to find one that could match it.
He definitely helps in personalizing even the minor characters in a way that I probably wouldn't have one my own.
Absolutely, and I've listened to it many times over the years.
I would definitely recommend this book-- I already have to a lot of my family. It does some have some adult themes, some violence, but it also has some of the best in humanity in it.