Reporter Holly Thorne is intrigued by Jim Ironheart, who has saved 12 lives in the past three months. Holly wants to know what kind of power drives him, why terrifying visions of a churning windmill haunt his dreams, and just what he means when he whispers in his sleep that an enemy who will kill... show more
Reporter Holly Thorne is intrigued by Jim Ironheart, who has saved 12 lives in the past three months. Holly wants to know what kind of power drives him, why terrifying visions of a churning windmill haunt his dreams, and just what he means when he whispers in his sleep that an enemy who will kill everyone is coming. “A master storyteller, sometimes humorous, sometimes shocking, but always riveting. His characters sparkle with life. And his fast-paced plots are wonderfully fiendish, taking unexpected twists and turns.” - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 7th 2004
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
A little over a decade ago, I went on a Dean Koontz reading binge. I read at least ten or eleven of his novels and I couldn’t get enough of them at that time. However, my reading tastes has changed quite a bit over the years and I really didn’t have a desire to go back re-read any of his books. We...
This was book two of my unofficial Dean Koontz rediscovery. This was a weird book both in content and in the pacing. It started out decent and built up to what seemed to be a pretty fantastic and exciting read...but then about two thirds in things began to fall apart a bit. It wasn't a bad ending,...
I really enjoyed it. Nice one.
It isn't better than other book by Koontz but it was a good reading for sure! It's really surprising, while you're reading u don't know where the ending gonna take you. And it is exceptionally well written., the main characters were life like to me . i nearly felt as I'm one of them. Nice concept an...
Resuming my mission of actually going through the books on my shelf. I've only read the jacket so far, but I can't remember this at all.1991 first reading