Frank Pollard is afraid to fall asleep. Every morning when he awakes, he discovers something strange--like blood on his hands--a bizarre mystery that...more
Frank Pollard is afraid to fall asleep. Every morning when he awakes, he discovers something strange--like blood on his hands--a bizarre mystery that tortures his soul. Two investigators have been hired to follow the haunted man. But only one person--a young man with Down's Syndrome--can imagine where their journeys might end. That terrible place from which no one ever returns. less
Dean Koontz definitely goes all over the place with his novels. This one includes teleportings, telekinesis and telepathy. The characters are likable as usual and the pace of the book keeps one reading to the end...
First Dean Koontz book I ever read. . .and I have since read every single one he wrote. (Actually, I've been slipping in the past few years, and haven't read the Frankenstein ones.) Loved this book, made me an addict!
Weird book. I don't normally read these kind of books but I suppose it was alright. Sometimes a little too graphic and dark for me, but Koontz did a good job describing situations and emotions and it made it an entertaining read.