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    Read It and be Amazed

    This is an exciting and suspenseful book that will keep you on the edge of your chair. The style and quality of writing is the best I have seen in years. The writing is lyrical and the vocabulary is outstanding. I loved the surfer lingo and how it contributed to the story. It took a vivid imagination to come up with the story, which is completely unique. Each of the characters is a study, and they combine to create a pantheon of types that amuse and entertain. The narrative switches back and forth in time, but is careful to label each section to avoid confusion. The twist at the end that brings things together is stunning and satisfying. What can you say about a vivacious young woman diagnosed with terminal cancer at the beginning of the book. Read it and be amazed.
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    Ashley Bell

    I am a big Dean Koontz fan, and was anticipating this new novel...it began alright, but a little more than halfway through I began wondering if this was supposed to be written for pre-teens. I was sure of it when I finished. Not because of the grown-up subject matter, but because of the immature storyline. Too bad all his books can't be on the level of his Odd Thomas series. Disappointed.
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    Good but a bit long in the middle

    I always enjoy Dk's work...this story is an excellent premise on imagination. I found it a bit long in the middle of the story but satisfying once you got to the meat.
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    Ashley Bell

    I await all of Koontz's new books with great eagerness! This one enthralled me! The characters drew you in to their world from start to finish and the ending was SO satisfying! A terrific read!
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    Not his best, sorry

    I found it a very hard story to get into, I didn't connect with the main characters, and the climax was really kind of cheesy. Normally the first 2-3 chapters are all it takes to get a pretty good idea of the type of story it's going to be, and this one failed to do that for me. The main characters were all way too perfect, and the storyline felt forced. The novellas that were released earlier were more interesting and imaginative in their short form than this entire book. This is the first Dean Koontz book I've disliked, so I'm not marking it crazy low, it just wasn't to my taste.
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