Dean Koontz’s Wilderness

The story of Addison Goodheart’s encounter with the hunter, as implied, or–more correctly–glossed over, in “Innocence.”

The story was well thought out. The hunter held no redeeming qualities, unlike most of those Addison would later meet. As such it made him a perfect foil for Addison.

It was a quite moving story. My favorite scenes were those with the wolves. If you read “Innocence,” this will just strengthen the history of Addison. I liked it.


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