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What a great and imaginative story. That Dean Koontz would write a story about time travel was amazing to me and the story did nothing to disappoint. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ron haslock
A great read from start to finish. Mr. Koontz captures your attention from the very first page. The characters are easy to relate to.Published on April 5 2014 by Marilyn Dixon
Absolutely riveting. I could not put it down! The story captured me right from the first page. Just love all his books.Published on March 11 2014 by Angela Hitchcock
I always find Koontz's books to be very familiar, yet different enough to keep my interest. This is no exception and proves hard to put down until finished.Published on Nov. 5 2013 by Wayne Shwanke
OH!Come on. How can a great idea such as time traveling mix with a misterious guardian angel end up being a stupid and predictable love story. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2011 by Nath Drouin
So you have just finished a recent Koontz novel and you are wondering what all the fuss and fandom is all about. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2011 by David S
Dean Koontz takes one of his trademark images, the ominous flash of lightning, and turns it into a chillingly imaginative plot device in a novel that has science fiction elements... Read morePublished on June 13 2007 by A. J. Cull
The Book was very good in the beginning and then it got boring in the middle. Most of the book was unbelievable, the dialogue was just so fake. Read morePublished on May 15 2004