Hilary Thomas seems to be making her mark on the world. Too bad some one else has set a mark on her, a mark for death.
This book was a bit hard to read for my personal tastes. There was more focus on sex than in any Dean Koontz book that I’ve read before. It was a bit of a shock.
It was also the first time I felt slightly sorry for the human antagonist of Mr. Koontz’s work. Bruno had a pretty sad life. But I didn’t feel sorry enough for him to wish for his escape.
My favorite part of the book was when Hilary thought her story wasn’t believed by her boyfriend. She was looking for an excuse to run, and he called her on it. The other favorites had to deal with Joshua Rhinehart. For and old grouch, he was pretty cool.
A most excellent read.