Frankenstein: Prodigal Son
Publish date: 2005-01-28
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
Series: Dean Koontz's Frankenstein (#1)
Okay, so I am going to divide this review into the types of characters that were in the book: Human Monster When the manicure was complete, he exfoliated the skin of her perfect hands with an aromatic mixture of almond oil, sea salt, and essence of lavender (his own concoction), which he massag...
I have been excited to read this series since I heard it was coming out. It took me a while to get to it, but it's finally time and I have to say I wasn't disappointed with the first book. I love retellings of classic books and Dean Koontz fights over the spot for my favorite author with John Grisha...
My first Dean Koontz. I've never felt the need to read any of his books but I did for book club. We read all kinds of books and it was time for a horror. Could not connect with the characters. Probably wouldn't have finished it if it hadn't been up for discussion. Final verdict: Not sure Koontz is...
This is my kind of fiction right here.
I think I'm done with "modern" Dean Koontz. His storytelling feels mechanical and uninspired, while character development is weak (not that it was ever intended to carry his books). This particular story lacked suspense or excitement, which left me wondering why I was reading it at all. It probably ...