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    The Wilderness

    Definitely a page turner. I can't wait to see what happens next. I have the urge to find out more about the characters in this story.
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    Just a bite..

    ..off a new novel, "Innocence". But weird and well conceived as is Koontz's hallmark.
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    Very good. Looking forward to "Innocence"!
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    Short short story

    A bit desapoited. I feel like nothing happened, where i was expecting more. Not buying other short story
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    Wilderness

    The second paragraph of page 6 will find its way into a sermon. It is an almost poetic description of the human condition. What a terrible and awesome gift is free will but without it there is no love. The interaction with the wolves led me to thoughts of St. Francis of Assissi. Maybe Mr. Koontz, who has written from Trixi's point of view, could some day write a short story from the viewpoint of a pack of wolves vis a vis Watership Down.
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