Author: Dean Koontz
Last Reviewed On: January 7, 2006 (by Scott)
(Book on Tape version)
on January 7, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It's a real page tuner, and unlike a lot of mysteries I've read, it really makes you think. Not so much about what the plot will do next, but rather it makes you think about the actions of the people involved.
It does a great job of creating a foundation to tell the story on, and really draws into the world of the main characters. Even the ending, while it managed to wrap nearly everything up, didn't feel forced.
My only real complaint is the speed of the book. Ironically, it felt a little too rushed, especially the ending. Not nearly as a bad as it might have been, but I feel it would have been enriched by being just a bit longer to flesh out some of the minor characters and sub-plots.
-- Scott and Michelle