Possibly, but I will read some of the reviews first. Should have this time, for sure.
Narrator needs to work on his pronunciation. ie., It's wall, not wool.
Koontz, if he indeed wrote this, has an excellent grasp of the language.
Save your dough...Pass on this one.
I didn't like this one at all. The reader was fine but the story was just aweful. It started off pretty good but then it took off in about five different directions and ended with some kind of off the wall explanation that was just ridiculous. Koontz has done a lot better than this. I would say this is one of his worst.
Another great story from one of my favorite authors and Peter Berkrot did a fabulous job with narration. 77 Shadow Street was suspenseful and yet in the Koontz style had very funny lines and situations. The mixer of spookiness and humor is great! I highly recomend this story.
I like spooky books, so I purchased both the audio and print copy of this book before I listened to it. I was disappointed because I just expected more, particularly a more believable story line. The story sounds good in the reviews but it didn't work for me in the book.
Whatever Stephen King writes next.
He did a great job. No particular character stands out, but I liked him a lot and will look for more books he reads.
It was okay. Since I have read or listened to at least 85% of Dean Koontz books, some more than once, I always have to give his books a try.
I was disappointed with this one. But I'll listen to his next book. Sometimes he's brilliant, sometimes not so much.
Dean Koontz is one of the best storytellers I's ever read. I've listened to this book at least four times, and I only put it down because there were other books I wanted to get to. I love the way he combines the personal stories of the characters with the science fiction or supernatural elements of the stories. Simply great.
The story was boring and confusing. Most of the events that happened seemed purely for dramatic effect and without contributing to the plot. In fact, I could not really discern a plot.
Better character and plot development.
NOTHING. MY OPINION IS IF HE DIDN'T HAVE A GOOD REPUTATION THIS BOOK WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED
YES, I'VE READ SOME OF HIS OTHER BOOKS AND LIKE THEM. I WOULD LOOK UP REVIEWS BEFORE BUYING
GETTING WORSE AS IT GOES ALONG
I THINK DEAN WANTED TO ONE UP STEPHEN KINGS ROSE RED
The story was long, boring, and lacking in any real story.
Upon reading this book, I would not have believed it was written by Koontz. It was rambling and disappointing.
Good books just make me smile!
Easily. Dean Koontz has many to offer that are stronger than this one.
It was predictable and rather slow.
Narration was actually what kept me going, he drew my attention.
Enjoy the present ...and look forward to my next listen.
This story started strongly, but seemed to lose steam as it went on ... and on.
The biggest challenge of this book is trying to recall who is who. The book is laden with characters and I found myself often having to restart chapters and try to figure out who was being discussed. This definitely impacted the overall enjoyment of a fairly good story.