What a great story line. Not one of her strongest endings but this writer continues to beguile her readers as we follow the body trail to the irresistible ending. I'm behind in the series and can't wait to read the next installment. In looking ahead I noticed that Point of Origin is not on the audible list. Please hurry and add this one. I'll be there by next week. :)
Compared to the rest this one is about a 7.
She does a pretty good Marino
When will Point of Origin be added?
I would listen to this entire series over and over again. Over 250 hours of compelling drama. With dramatic and sometimes graphic descriptions of events, I was drawn to keep listening for the next step. Perhaps I missed something, perhaps I didn't cattch a subtle twist. Maybe, just maybe one of them isn't really dead. I can't seem to get enough. Please Mr. Martin - give us more and give us a resolution (if there is one). What of Bran, What of Ricon, Where is Jamey, who is the silent knight, will the wicked queen get her just reward,
Jon. So courageous. So young. So head strong yet full of hidden and unknown potential.
Lack of depth. His characters became confusing - possibly because there are so many. Hated his vocal on most of teh female characters.
When the queen takes off on the dragon! I could see it and feel her exhileration.
The hard copy books have appendicies which are helpfuk in keeping track of who's who and what's what. I think this would have been helpful for listening as well. I did not care for how the chapters were broken up on the audible. Book four is the only one that had it rightg.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Koontz type mystery thrillers. No tells a mystery like Koontz. The revelation deep dark secrets and the overwhelming need to make things right make this book a must listen.The final sacrifice is a WOW!
False Memory - because the mind is a terrible thing to waste. Because the mind can be shaped and molded. But mostly because only the mind really knows these things could happen in real life - given the opportunity.
My favorite scene was when after being possessed by Blackwood, the guy goes to visit his sister and her family. She does not know Blackwood is on board but she knows her brother is an abusive, violent man. Without question she shoots him after seeing him attack her husband.The pace of the book from this point forward picks up and takes on new heights of SUPER NATURAL!
Dean Koontz Rocks the House!!!
What an amazing contribution to the line of Dean Koontz books I've already read. Suspense combined with humor kept me listening and wanting more. David Baker's reading was awesome.
Odd's encounter and escape from the pack of wolves
Yes and I almost did.
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