Strrum, WI, United States | Member Since 2011
of the 160 audio books i have listened to. This one made me proclaim out loud , almost screaming. "OH MY GOD !...........OH MY GOD......NO effing WAY" This will be the most crazy thing you have ever heard. I promise. Damn!
It was like Koontz wrote this in 20 min. He pulled down his corduroy pants and pinched a fat loaf on the pages. It reads like a high school seniors lit. Final. I can't believe this was published. It makes me want to go back in time and murder the man who invented writing. I have listened
to over 300 books on audible and this was the stupidist 4$ I have ever spent. Dean Koontz is the absolute antithesis of Stephen king. Horrible writer. Just ass tastic.
King says himself "Its not the destination but the journey that holds most value". He refers to his books shitty endings. This is a prime case. Great all the way until the end. Its like he got sick of writing it. Great for "shining" fans. It made me sit down and watch Jack Nicklaus act crazy again. Typical good King. Always worth the money. He could write about a lamp and make it interesting to read.
Interesting prophetic political fiction. Glenn beck is a bit "out-there" for me. However, this was a neatly written thought provoking work. Really fun and worth a credit. It would really suck if Beck turns out to be right and all or some of the things in this novel come true. We really don't want to piss our own freedom down the drain.
Preston and Child finally take the setting out of new york city and the natural history museum. Its very refreshing for any die hard pendergast fan. New narrator gives the audio a less comical/campy feel than the first 7 books. Preston and Child improve their writing craft with every novel. This one was less predictable. Worth a credit if you are in the mood for easy fun fiction.
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