This is the first Dean Koontz book that I've read. Now I'm very reluctant to try another.
I thought the book was awful for the first couple of hundred pages, picked up a bit in the middle, and then became a complete bore at the end.
I can understand that rabid Koontz fans would love nearly anything he wrote. But this?
If the book was made to be half the length by Koontz eliminating the constant repetition of the characters thoughts, it would have been quite an improvement.
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