Koontz is my guilty pleasure. Like Kettle Corn, if it's around, I want all of it. I feel like this book is part epilogue, part prologue, and ends just when things are getting started.
If you are a fan of this series, then nothing I say will dissuade you. If I had it to do over again, I would wait until the next installment is released and then read them both back to back.
Like Kettle Corn, I wish there was more but I'm ashamed for how much I love it.
Thank goodness DK is prolific and knows his audience.
Next book, next month? Fingers (and toes) crossed.
It's a good read and provokes thought in a direction I don't normally go
I enjoyed the variety of characters and dialects
Sure. It's a good topic to explore. But the whole end of the universe may be a challenge.
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