By Dean Koontz
Publisher: ISIS Publishing
Language:English | Number of Pages: | Format: Audio CD
Isbn-10: 0753131129 | Isbn-13: 9780753131121 | Publish date: 01/05/2008
Narrator: Jeff Harding
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Rameycreek said on Jan 13, 2009, 02:12
This book was a realling "interesting" read. I love the dog theme but some of the story line was just F'd up. Not like F'd up in a this is stupid way but more like F'd up in a give you creepy dream way. I like Dean Koontz though and expect just about anything from him. The book kept me wondering the outcome and was fun to read!
beagle1 said on Jan 01, 2009, 01:51
Mara Carli said on Dec 12, 2008, 22:30
This is not the Dean Koontz I was introduced to in False Memory. This was a totally enjoyable read. It was gripping - I simply could not put it down. And, as a bonus, the dogs were endearing. Loved it!
Bibliophile said on Dec 03, 2008, 02:51
Kevin Kuphal said on May 05, 2008, 16:59
Ruibiao said on Apr 03, 2008, 03:14
sarà che forse i cani non mi appssionano ... o forse che la trma è davvero labile quessto pur essendo un ottimo libro non mi entusiasma anche perchè da koontz sono abituato a pretendere il massimo
bic prof dot... said on Mar 20, 2008, 21:35
Not one of Koontz's best - and not for the first time i read through the entire book only to feel slightly cheated by the neatness of a one chapter ending. Koontz always manages to create engaging characters and has an astounding ability to provoke care and empathy - but too often recently good ideas for his books seem rushed, and there is no excuse for the "and they all lived happily ever after" ending he seemingly favours at the moment.
Kieran Delaney said on Feb 07, 2008, 13:55
Readingrat said on Jan 16, 2008, 21:08
I am a huge Koontz fan so I have to judge him a little harshly on this book. It was an ok book, I had no problem breezing right through it, but I just thought it was not up to his usual standards. I even wondered at times if he was the actual writer because it read so differently from his other novels.
Icedream said on Dec 10, 2007, 06:42