Another great Christian fiction. The author explores new technology, and scary future possibilities. Very intriguing. Couldn't put it down. Religion was not the focus, just a reality in the character's lives. Well done. Wish it could have been longer.
I love Koontz, but this one was definately not one of his best. I felt embarrased for the narrator's rendition. Most of his characterizations sounded just like Deputy Droop Along. Horrible! The five days, although exciting, became boring...they all had the same theme, and left the reader feeling... Disappointed.
The series is a must 'read'. Black, Red, and White takes the reader on two journeys. The reading is fantastic. The stories move quickly from one reality to another, or was it all just a dream?
This series is a must have for fiction readers, regardless of religious background. Well done.
Don't even bother with this one. If anything could be farther off base it would be hard to find. The descriptions of masterbation and bestiality are only the begining. Not only does it incorrectly follow the original story, the author meanders around quite awhile without ever achieving a point.
Historically very inaccurate, and discusting. There could have been so much more potential for this story. Don't waste your time or money on this one. Total waste of time, could not even finish it.
Story is supposed to be from a woman's point of view. Well I'm a woman and I've never viewed men quite the way the author presents woman, or the men. Historically and Biblically this one is really bad.
Funny, cliffhanging, light, serious...couldn't stop listening...makes you think...Wonderful
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