If you like Koontz, this one is classic. It has all the ingredients--ESP, a super intelligent dog and murdering aliens. The protagonist is an extremely likeable young boy and a "crippled mutant" young girl. Lots of listening hours to keep you glued to your car seat.
This was a great listen! The narrator was mesmerizing and the story line was riveting. Dean Koontz can be hit or miss, I've hated some of his works, and loved others. I am so glad I took a chance on this one. His use of language in this book is so descriptive you can picture exactly what he is talking about, a very visual story.
This was my first and last book by this author. This author got completely carried away with descriptive language and forgot to include a story line. It's almost as if little bits of story were woven into a thesaurus. Reading this book was like trying to swim through quick sand. The little bit of story line/plot that there was, was disjointed and in the end ridiculous. This book was almost painful to listen to. Don't waste your time here.
Dean R. Koontz, the author of many #1 "New York Times" bestsellers, lives with his wife, Gerda, and their dog, Trixie, in southern California.