Consistent story and character development
The first two books. Follows the story progression
No offence to the new narrator, I'm sorry but its like changing the lead actor in a movie. He didn't pull it off. Needs to be re-done by the original. He got the characters right. Unique voices. You knew who each was by the voice. New narrator did a poor job defining each characters voice from the others.
Definately, at leat til I heard the new narrator.
Please get the original narrator back. So disappointing
Yes, it's a good read and will put your nerves on edge.
It's a bit like other exorcism books, such as Deliver us from Evil, but better.
Todd did a very good job of narrating.
I did want to listen to it all at once, but it took a few days due to my own issues. It was worth the listen and I would again.
I really enjoyed this book over all. Any book that can still give you a case of the nerves while in mid day traffic on a freeway, is definitely a good book. I can't say it's scary, but it keeps you on the edge of your seat a moments. There are a few inconsistencies with the story, but they are overshadowed by the story as a whole. I'm sure you'll enjoy the book.
I love Dean Koontz novels. I have most of them in Hardback, Paperback, and Audio. This one however was a struggle to get through.
It took several days for me to force myself through the book. When you get to the end there are redeeming qualities, you really get a grasp of what Koontz is trying to get across, but getting there is a painful journey. I don't mind that kind of journey in life, but it shouldn't be in a novel.
No, I did enjoy his voices, and performance.
No, not really, the book was a struggle to get through.
Koontz is a wonderful author. I have enjoyed the majority of his Novels and I still think he is the best. Unfortunately this is not one of the best.
I would absolutely recommend this book. It's a wonderful tale. Koontz brings you into a world that could be, and sends you through the mind and heart of a true hero.
I wouldn't say on the edge of my seat, but it most certainly kept my interest. My concern for the characters felt real. I found myself in my truck, telling the characters to watch out.
His tone of voice really fits the character. At least my vision of him. He's very low key with a big heart, and Keith brings it out for you to identify with Chris.
Yes, definitely. Rarely do I wish my commute were longer, but, this was one of those times.
I love the Easter Eggs. I read the Odd Thomas series before this, and now I'm waiting for Oddy and Chris to meet.
Dean again writes a wonderful story for guys. It has all 5 of the necessary parts to make it great.
1. A guy with an Issue.
2. The Dog.
3. A Gun
4. A Creature to use the Gun on
5. A HOTTIE to protect.
What more could you ask for, suspence, action, it's all there. Read this book, you will love it as I did.
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