Saturday, January 16, 2010

Relentless by Dean Koontz- Book Review

Relentless by Dean Koontz, Bantam Books, fiction, 356 pages.

Like a train chugging up a hill, the book moves nicely letting you get use to the scenery and the movement of the train. Then it tops the hill and starts to pick up steam. Soon, you are carried breathtakingly down the mountain with blinding speed to a surprising end.

It is a story of a family, of a writer, of a woman with a gun and a boy genius. They are all full of surprises as the bad man comes after them without cause.

I enjoyed the book. I like it when ordinary people defend themselves against a cruel world.

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