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I will say that this ending does not drag on as much as some others, and doesn't seem as rushed, just...pointless.
Koontz devotes a considerable portion of the narrative to develop an autistic character named Shep while neglecting many other aspects of the novel.
I thought the premise of the story was very interesting, and the inclusion of the Art Bell-like character was humorous.
This is the story of two brothers and a young
woman (comedian), throw together by fate (really,
a mad scientist). And, off they go on to adventures. Read more
Typical dean brilliance. Another book to add to the list that I will read again. Unusual grasp of the tortured souls of autism and sensory overload. Excellent story.Published 25 days ago by jeffrey martin
One of the best, another truly amazing read by the Master of Supernatural Suspense.Published 28 days ago by Paul Nesbitt
I like it very much. I'ts everything it should be. I would order again.Published 1 month ago by Shirley Haworth
Not his best effort! Slow in many areas of the book. Had to push myself to reach the conclusion.Published 2 months ago by Carole J. Cox
Haven't had a book "suck me in" like this one did, in a long time. Thank you Dean Koontz. Give me more.Published 2 months ago by Dawn Bawell
Another great science fiction/suspense novel from Dean Koontz. Lots of action. Almost 500 pages, but easy reading. I finished in it two days.Published 2 months ago by Jack R. Miley
One of my favorite Dean Koontz so far! I loved the characters and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I stayed up late every night to finish it as soon as possible.Published 2 months ago by Lindy Long
I just relistened to this at work. I have to say that this is one of my favorite Koontz books. I love the relationship Dylan has with his damaged brother, Skip. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Liz Smith