Monday, September 27, 2010

RelentlessRelentless by Dean Koontz

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A writer, his wife, their gifted son, and family dog are the center of a cat and mouse game of good and evil... enter the literary critic. (Funny, I thought this would be the perfect one to start my review on)
Quirky secondary characters appear and hold their own, as what unravels is a mystery far deeper than just murder. Once the hunt begins, you, the reader, start running.

A fast paced novel delievered as only Koontz can. The characters are likeable, their struggle engrossing. Pick up to read - you won't want to put down overnight. The ending left a little more to be desired, but worth the read.

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