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You'll think twice next time there's a storm
am 11. Januar 2016
Action packed right from the word go, it was difficult putting the book down and they grew a certain affection for the protagonist, but not for Stefan.
For me, the best part of the novel was the early part, where the characters came to life a lot more. In the second part, besting to be a lot more shooting, but without real analysis of what was happening although the people were.
The characterization in the early part of the novel was splendid, but the story lost too many of the characters along the way. This very point is one of the key elements in the personality of the protagonist, but I don't think it is exploited carefully enough. Nevertheless, the memory of the writing is vivid. Some rather sordid characters come into the book… Watch out.
The relationship between mother and son is not entirely convincing.
Spoiler: as far as a story on time travel is concerned, this one makes more sense than most, and Koontz analyses the nature of paradox to some extent. And where other books or stories on time travel have in the past just irritated me, this one at least makes the concept more plausible.