The book was so informative regarding the training of both the dogs and handlers without being too technical or boring.
All the heart-warming stories about the bonds formed between dog and handler were riveting.
The manner in which the author detailed many acts of bravery (both by man and dog) was matter-of-fact and not too sappy. There was little need to be sappy - I cried my way through most of the book. I'd recommend this book to anyone.
I truly love, love, love Dean Koontz and have read everything but the latest "Frankenstein" book, which was so totally out there I was unable to finish reading it.
It was the same with "Odd Apocalypse." Koontz took a plausible premise and took it so far out of the realm of reality that it became unreadable - or listenable, if that's a word. I put the book down about 1/3 of the way through. Life is too short to listen to bad books.
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