StrangersStrangers by Dean Koontz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Plot. Several individuals across America have common visions, fears, night terrors. From disparate backgrounds and ages from a little girl through a doctor, a teacher, a priest, a writer – Boston to Los Angeles. They find their way to a small rural motel, and they have all been there before – on the same weekend. SciFi, at its best, Strangers includes mystery, paranormal, first contact, a touch of romance, and more.

Liked. It is SciFi, but no clicking knees nor blood dripping from fangs – just a good SciFi mystery. Character development is great—a bunch of interesting folks that find themselves bound together in a common quest. No sex, no objectionable language – nothing offensive. Personally enjoy the length; it lets the author delve into character and plot nicely. Narration is fine.

For all you Koontz fans that enjoy the dog, sorry – no dog in this story. 😕

Written by Dean Koontz, narrated by Dick Hill, just under 30 hours of listening in unabridged audiobook format, released in July 2008 by Brilliance Audio.


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