Wonderful sequel to Fear Nothing. Finish leaves you wondering if there might be another chapter in his mind somewhere??
Lucky for me the sequel to Fear Nothing was already out, so I was able to pick up right where we left Chris Snow. Another great book, very different from what I normally read but very enjoyable. Koontz can create some really great characters and weave a captivating story around them.
I have enjoyed other books by Koontz but in my estimation this is a disaster! I am over half way through the CD and I am going to stop listening. It's as though the author is straining to fill up empty space. The I like a good fiction but this is not only out in left field but it's over the fence. This entire book reminds me of the end of a Stephen King book. At least his are enjoyable until the endings. If I purchased this in a store where I could return it for my money back I would. It's as though Koontz was smoking something wacky while writing this. I'm not sure I want to take a chance on another of his works. Save your money on this one.
This is better than the first in this series, "Fear Nothing". More action and less character introspection. I presume more Christopher Snow adventures are on the way and I hope so. Koontz's imagination is amazing.
I've grown accostomed to the narrator and have learned to appreciate his dry delivery.
Started out great, I am only 2 hours in and it has gone so far away from the plot talking about monkeys as if trying to philosophy with them and there thoughts. What about the kids and the fact that you (first person character) is in the middle of chasing them down. WOW, very side-tracked for what started out so good. Hopefully it gets better.
Christofer Snow in another tale that follows the first book "Fear Nothing". This tale is just as engaging as the first book and just as original. I give them both 5 stars, but 10 would be more appropriate!
I loved this book. Its better than Fear Nothing but you should read Fear Nothing first to get all the important background information. Seize the night starts where Fear Nothing ended and takes the reader on a fantastic ride into hell and back.
I normally love Koontz, I have listened to most of what is available on audible. However, I found this one wanting. One Snow book was enough. At many points in the book I felt like I was just re-reading the last one, I needed snow tires to keep from getting stuck. Odd Thomas made a good series, each one was quite original in it's own way. In this book, my favorite character (the dog) was not even in most of it!! Can't win them all. Go back to writing Odd Thomas, Dean, you left us hanging in the last one.