Review by Johanne Pearl Couturier
I don’t read the same book twice usually… but this one I did! And even though I gave away most of my “old” books away to charity, I kept the copy of that one so my daughter can to read it because I think it is one of the most intriguing books I’ve read so far.
From what I have heard from my reader friends, most of the Dean Koontz books are into “supernatural” (ghosts… etc) but this one could be a real story happening some years ago and that is why I decided to give Mr. Koontz a try. It was absolutely worth it even if it was released close to 20 years ago. It is a classic to me!
Spencer and Valerie meet “accidentally” in a bar and, while he wants to know what her secret is for being followed by the government, he is bearing a secret of his own. A secret so dark that his brain does not want to remember, ever!!!
On the run, they will get to team up and know each other, care for each other, while villains (yes they are absolutely perverts but I enjoyed the perverted characters soooo much) are after them in the name of the good government. And it brings them all back to Spencer’s horrible past, where he has to face the dreadful memories to save the woman he loves.
Action, surprises, written in a way you are panting while reading it, damn… just thinking about it, I want to read the story again!