Ricochet Joe [Kindle in Motion] (Kindle Single) Kindle Edition
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"Watchers" is, of course, my mandatory favorite. After that, my taste points to "Dark Rivers of the Heart". But when I'm simply looking for a relaxing fun read, "Tick Tock" is my go-to Koontz story. "Ricochet Joe" has strong echoes from "Tick Tock" in its' unmistakable Koontzian humor. For now, that is its' greatest strength - I absolutely LOVE it ! I have great hopes for a long series of sequels.
If the books cost less than 2 bucks go ahead, it is not a bad read. More than that, it is not worth it.
Dean Koontz, one this generation's finest writers, keeps the hits coming with a novel (pun intended) approach. This Kindle offering has one advantage over a print book, the "Kindle in Motion" process where the books animation truly comes alive. I don’t believe in reviewers giving a detailed synopsis of the book. I feel that is the job of the author to get people to read the book and it is the job of the reviewer to give an honest review. Since I do not like to give spoilers, in a way, I cannot say all that I would like to about Ricochet Joe.
The story is different from most of Koontz' "Dark Suspense" but that does not detract from the master story-telling within the electronic pages. As we did with Odd Thomas, we come to empathize and care for our protagonists. The story is fast-paced and filled with so many twists, even The Beatles would shout.