I've read many of Dean Koontz's books and have liked them. Unfortunately, this isn't one of his best.
I love Dean Koontz - usually I have to have a dictionary handy to look up some of the words he uses, but that's one of the benefits of reading. This novel was very enjoyable, a story of wonder and hope that some how, some way, something will come and save us from ourselves.
Not sure where Koontz was going with this 'new-species-arriving-out-of-thin-air' thing. I found it to be a long winded burble about the loss of innocence, trying to recapture Eden, blah, blah, blah. Started out OK but then wandered off into Rainbows-and-Unicorns country. Wasn't my cup of tea but may be yours.
I like his books, and found this one interesting and, as usual, unique. It was a little slower than his usual suspense thrillers, but a good read.
Could not get into it at all,
Not one of his best, the bad guy seemed too far out there to be believable.
Great mystery! Quick and exciting read.
While all his books read like they are written to become a movie, this plot is good, with animal innocence and a world you wish would happen.
not one of his best... it seemed a bit slow and honestly some of the characters added absolutely NOTHING to the story... I was a little disappointed
VERY Slow. Not one of my favorites, and I'm usually a big Dean Koontz fan. I really wouldn't recommend this book. It seemed to drag and the climax (in my opinion) happened in the last 10 or so pages.
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