It’s Dean Koontz, what more can I say? Book is action packed with some comedy thrown in for good measure. Didn’t care for Dan John Miller’s reading though. He sounded too nasally and at times came across as snide and sarcastic.
I love the author but this book was loooong. A shame as I really liked the characters. A boring real with the final too short and unexplained.
I love Dean Koontz but this book was a real let down. It is absolutely unbelievable & really leaves the reader with a lot of unanswered questions.
Ugh...this book was not like other Dean Koontz books i've read. By the 2nd CD i had to stop listening to it. The story was just so hard to believe that it was almost funny listening to the story. It seemed dragged out and lacked suspense. Having a book critic as the "villian" was just a plain bad idea. I even popped in the last disc just to see if the story ended on a better note - after just a couple mins it proved the story only got worse. Oh well, guess every book can't be great!
I love Koontz but Relentless is overun with unnecessary dialogue and story that seemed to do nothing but fill the pages. Maybe it's because I can't stand helpless (and hapless) primary characters but I would not recommend this book to true Koontz fans.
Of course it is a little far fetched but it's still a great book. Koontz composes many forms of evil in his books, and this one is quite unique. He does a remarkable job of contrasting the besieged family with the dastardly villain out to get them. If you like the author's type of horror you will like this cd,
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