Dean Koontz usually tells such strange and chilling stories that I shy away from reading them. The editors review of the story line interested me, so I took a chance. It turned out to be a good mystery/ghost story without all the gore and I really enjoyed hearing it. It is one of those stories that I would go back in the future and listen to again,or maybe a sequel.
Thank you Mr Koontz.
I can't decide which was worse the typical story,bad writing or the terrible narrator.
This is a interesting story that seems to reflect the attitude of today in our society. It rightly predicts the ultimate out come of such a pitiful mind set. I could have given it a higher rating if it had less preaching and long unnecessary descriptions. By the time I reached the 5th section I was ready for it to end. By the 7th I had to make myself finish it.
This book reads like a story written by a first year writing student. Did you find it among your school notes Mr Koontz? I expected better from one of my favorite authors.
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