That's too bad about the book, but I hope you had a lovely Christmas and are enjoying the rest of your holiday.
I've read nothing but bad reviews for this book. I think I'll pass.
That's really disappointing. :-(
I hate when that happens! Hope your next read will be a good one. :-)
That's too bad! I have this coming up to read next and have never read a Koontz book before. Maybe I'll be the oddball out and like it. I can only hope LOL
I loved the book. Koontz doesn't have to do anything but write and I feel like I'm having a conversation with an old friend.I was confused much of the time as I read the book, but so was the protagonist, Ryan Perry. I think the author intended for us to identify with the character's frustration, paranoia, fear and confusion. For me it worked well. I thought, as did Ryan, several times that I had the mystery figured out and was wrong. I like that. Still, looking back at the story from the conclusion, it all made perfect sense.I have not been able to stop thinking about the subtle ways in which we lie to ourselves and the elaborate ways in which we prop up those lies.
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