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The Door to December Library Binding – June 1, 2002
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"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
Read the absorbing new psychological suspense thriller from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Marisha Pessl. Learn more
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That said, this book didn't quite grab me like some of his earlier work. I started reading it several months ago, and got extremely busy at work, so I didn't have much time to read. By the time I did, I grabbed a different book. I read two other books before I went back to this one. It's rare that I'd have that reaction to one of Mr. Koontz's books, but it took longer than usual to get interesting. And though it's also rare for this to happen to me, I figured out the twist long before it was revealed. Maybe it's that obvious. Anyway, though not one of Mr. Koontz's absolute best novels, it's still an entertaining read.
No weapon is present at the murder sites and no clues are being identified. Dan is committed to keeping the mother and daughter safe, no matter what. I couldn't put this book down. Suspense continually mounts as in most Koontz novels and the answers seem to be something the reader can't imagine.
A riveting book, keeps you guessing at just who the evil killer really is and why this little girl is wanted by an odd assortment of people. Reminds me of why I have always loved novels by this master of suspense.