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False Memory by Dean Koontz
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Jan 23, 11


With Koontz it's always a dice roll. After seeing mixed reviews for False Memory, I decided to take a chance on it. And, I have to say, it came out 7s for the most part (hopefully 7s are good--I don't know a damn thing about craps).

Anyway, False Memory's big hooks involve an interesting antagonist (Dr. Ahriman, a deceptively charming yet sociopathic ethical egoist) and, yes, good writing. Dean Koontz can write believe it or not.

The biggest faults of the book: 1.) it takes about 200 pages to get off it's feet 2.) It goes "Off the rails" towards the end.

All-in-all False Memory read like a very good first draft that could have potentially been a five star book had a little more editing and TLC been given to it.
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