You have to read almost 300 pages to discover how Rose Tucker, a prominent scientist, and a 6 year old child named Nina, survive a devastating plane crash. But if you like Dean Koontz, this will not disappoint.
IT WAS SO GOOD! I started this book on a Saturday morning and could not put it down. Seriously, I had finsihed the book by Saturday evening. It is the type of book that the story hooks you from the first line and you just have to find out what happens. If you are the type of person who likes suspense, mystery, and a little bit of science fiction this book will be right up your alley!...Continua
Like other Koontz books, I found the characters likable and well-developed and liked the suspense. The one drawback was an ending that felt a bit rushed, jumping from an edge-of-your-seat chase to a peaceful epilogue.
This is my first book of Dean Koontz. I am not sure whether I will like this book or not. The first night when I started the reading, I fell into sleep before I even finished chapter 1.
I don't really like the style, but hopefully the drama could make me stick with the book and awake most of the time. Hopefully.
I don't like this book. The first half of the book is to establish the mystry of Flight 353 crash. Then suddenly the reader is introduced to the intellident design theory. This does not make sense to me. Even the search behavior of the parents who lost beloved ones is weak. It cannot help explain the no-mystry in this book. I don't get the book at all. Don't spend money on it.