Your Heart Belongs to Me
For one man, they are the five most terrifying words of all . . . One year after the heart transplant that saved his life, thirty-five-year-old Ryan Perry has never felt better. He’s getting back everything he nearly lost forever—his business, his his life, and, with luck, his beloved girlfriend.... show more
For one man, they are the five most terrifying words of all . . . One year after the heart transplant that saved his life, thirty-five-year-old Ryan Perry has never felt better. He’s getting back everything he nearly lost forever—his business, his his life, and, with luck, his beloved girlfriend. Miracles do happen. Then the unmarked gifts begin to arrive—a box of candy hearts, a heart pendant. Most disturbing of all is a graphic heart-surgery video and its chilling message: Your heart belongs to me. Ryan is being stalked by someone who feels entitled to everything he has. She’s the spitting image of the twenty-six-year-old donor of the heart beating steadily in Ryan’s own chest. And she’s come to take it back.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 27th 2009
Pages no: 364
Edition language: English
, Literary Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Apologies on all of the Dean Koontz reviews today. I am just reading books as I find them in my messy under construction house. This has led me to re-read some Koontz books (really just skim since I have read them before). I forgot how much I disliked "Your Heart Belongs to Me" until my re-read of i...
This book was a giant waste of time. It made no sense. Seriously, none. I'm just . . . confused.
I'm really disappointed with this one. Characters are barely delineated, dialogues are only 'enough' and the ending is not satisfying at all. I'm going to give another chance to Koontz and read one day another his book but it's not going to happen soon.
This is the first Koontz book I've finished. I guess the ending was a bit unexpected. The prose was a bit flowery and the book would have been a bit shorter had the descriptions and narrative been a bit more "contained." I did note that Koontz is a former English teacher and that may account for ...