Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The City

The City by Dean Koontz
398 Pages

Dean Koontz's latest is set in the late sixties and is narrated by a young african-american boy.  As we follow the narrative the boy relates his life with his mother, estranged father and grandparents.  He is visited by a mysterious woman who describes herself as the city and sends him prophetic dreams of the future.  Soon the boy is on a course leading to a battle of good and evil.

While I was reading this book I found the writing to be very similar to Stephen King.  It is an enjoyable tale.

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