Hang on tight.
The complete development of the characters.
The ability to pronounce words most of us would trip on. They never missed a beat as their pacing was excellent.
The pre-adoption meeting.
As always, Koontz is a master of suspense and you never know what's around the next corner.
The story and the superb narration puts you right in the middle of the investigation. Character development, as always with Agatha Christie novels, makes one not want the book to end.
To me, the audio edition brings the characters to life better than the print version. The change in tone of the reader'a voice adds excitement and keeps my interest at a peak.
You never know how Odd-Man is going to get out of each difficult situation.
His range of voices lets you know who is talking and their mood and attitude.
The discovery of the bodies and their condition.
There is only one way to describe Koontz's Intensity: "intense". I wouldn't recommend listening to this audiobook while trying to go to sleep. The development of the main characters (one of Koontz's greatest talents) is way beyond the norm. In short, it is a story of great courage and the risk of torture and death to save another.
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