Wow, I was impressed! I downloaded this as "FICTION", but I really think is should be classified as "Kids & Young Adults", unless I'm wrong.
It is a great action packed listen, and the ending leaves you expecting a sequel.
I sure hope one is coming soon, and I hope that is just as long as the first.
I've listed to a few King books, and usually the narrator is entertaining, easy to listen to, but I find myself very distracted, and have a hard time with this one. I'm going to have to buy the hardback and see if it reads better, just very hard to hold in my hands.
Koontz has done it again! The Good Guy is going to be a classic. You think Odd Thomas is a hit? The Good Guy is the next big thing. This is the only Koontz book I have read twice within a week, not to "get it" but because it is so good you can't put it down the first time through, and the second time you want to take it slow and easy.
Can't wait for a sequel if there's to be one, if there's not, what a mistake!
I love this book and listen to it every holiday season! I lightens my mood and I laugh and laugh...
It's very adult and the author doesn't hold back in the conversations of the characters. If you like Koontz, you love this one.
I would have loved to listen to this entire book, but the accent of the narrator made it very hard to understand. While authentic Scottish, her accent was just to thick to listen closely. Sounds like it may be a really good book though, I may buy it in print!
Love Overboard is a quick, fun listen! Evanovich amazes me with the quality of the books she turns out. I do wish she would use a different narrator though, Critt's voice is annoying and difficult to take seriously.
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