Book Reviews

The Vision by Dean Koontz

My edition: Library book ISBN: 9780399120633
Pages: 287
Rating: 2.5 stars

He’s watching you. He knows what you’re doing. He knows what you’re thinking. He’s coming after you.

He has a knife. The steel blade gleams. Whenever you close your eyes, you can see it–the tip of his knife, pointing at your chest.

He’s closing them for you.

Review: Mary Bergman is a clairvoyant. She helps in murder cases to help police catch a killer. There is a serial killer on the loose. Mary is getting visions on who he was going to kill next. Along with having to face the serial killer, Mary will also have to face her past. To what had happened to her twenty- four years ago.

I wasn’t very much of a fan of this book either. I didn’t like Koontz writing in this all that well. The heroine was way to dependent on her husband Max and acted like a spoiled brat. I think another reason why I didn’t like this was because Koontz didn’t do well to hid the killer. Yes he tried to steer you in an other direction but it didn’t work on me. It was to obvious to who the killer was.

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