Though I feel like this review of The City is appearing a year late…
With “The City,” Dean Koontz once again has delivered a great read, a story that is well written, offers a message of hope and shows that how we react to choices given can impact our lives for years to come.
The book has the usual bits of mystery, scary moments mixed with moments of lighthearted normal life moments of the characters, and offers up a good dose of nostalgia of a time in our country — the late 1960s — when things were changing, and our television sets brought in those events to us every night. Events, such as race riots, bombings on college campus and demonstrations colored people’s memories and influenced a generation as never before.
Read the full review @ Journal-Advocate.com