Even F. Scott himself would have admired the visually descriptive narrative of this very talented author. This takes reading from a simply exciting pleasure to an educational cornucopia of unlimited portions. The subjects offered are close enough to reality to find a believable home in the mind, yet far enough away to slip in a few hours of restful sleep before this world enters yet another tribulation of chaos. One can’t wait for the ever evolving portrait of Jane Hawk to once again print itself out in even more definitive color on the black and white pages of such highly literate fiction (if in fact it is fiction). Total enjoyment.
Just comment! We have read a lot of Dean Koontz Books and all have had an ending. So I would say he has a ghost writer. Not him!
I usually love his books, but this one not so much. I’m on page 200 and have already skip read most of it. I’ll hang in there a little longer hoping something will engage me enough to finish it.
As the pages resolve anticipation builds! Until the next book is introduced!
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Dean Koontz is the only author whose books I can get into from page one. This one is no exception. If you’re a fan of Koontz you will not be disappointed except to know you’re finished and wish there was more.
I guess you need to like Koontz’s writing style. I never have and don’t understand why I bought this book. To me it was a interesting storyline spoiled by rambling paragraphs that over described everything. Lesson learned.
I bought this book and it left off the last seven pages so I do not know how it ends.
Loved the old Dean Koontz but the new might be even better. Great Stuff!!
Fantastic book!!! Read it all night, just couldn't put it down. What a great cast of characters and a thrilling plot.
Excellent until the end but no conclusion.
Excellent! However, I want a better ending or a sequel, to tell us of Jane and Travis moving on.