Memories of Tomorrow
What strange science made Nameless who he is? What catastrophes have been erased from his memories? In the stunning conclusion of this series, the dark past comes flooding back, and Nameless must decide how much he really wants to know.
In Indiana, a murderous psycho has kidnapped his own six-year-old stepson, Jamie, and secreted him away in a subterranean cave. It’s become...more
This is the final installment in the Nameless series. Nameless’s mission is to rescue a young boy (Jamie) who is held captive in a cave by his stepfather who has murdered the boy’s mother. This book has more tension than the previous ones as more details are revealed about the main character’s past.
I liked this story more than all the previous ones due to the hard situation. However, I still feel the ending was not as big as I wanted it to be. I really wished for more ...more
We discovered a little bit more about Nameless but it was too little too late.
I'm counting this book in the series towards my goal, since it was actually about 6 hours listening time between parts 1 and this, part 6.
I would have liked more with the amnesia plot, the shadow organization and background of Nameless, but I got enough detail that I won't throw this book across the room.
Dean Koontz gives us just enough information about Nameless and why he has amnesia.
Side note: I do wish we had a shadow organization like this that takes out evil people in our society.
Sure, this comment makes me sound bloodthirsty but I se ...more
This is part of a short story series and is the final one. In this one, Nameless is on the hunt to help a child who has been kidnapped by his stepfather and hiding out in underground caverns.
When I first started this series I really liked the idea of it and my interest was piqued. Unfortunately, my interest waned through each book as I felt like we were repeating the same thing over and over and getting nowhere with the mystery. In this one, we get some answers to Nam ...more
"Memories of Tomorrow" has Nameless once again involved with hunting a man who has ...more
Really enjoyed this series and the ending was great.
Highly recommend reading all. They are free on kindle unlimited if you have that service. ...more
I skimmed a lot of reviews saying they hope there's more from Nameless. I wouldn't mind it but I think it would be hard to keep the episodes fresh and different now that we know his past and the truth of his present. That said, if Dean Koontz writes it, I'll ...more
Memories of Tomorrow is the stellar conclusion to the highly addictive series by Dean Koontz- about a highly skilled 'killer' dubbed 'Nameless'. Nameless has retrograde amnesia and does not recall anything beyond 2 years prior. 'Nameless' is a highly skilled assassin, and he acts in 'vengeance' taking odd jobs from his handler, only in the name of 'revenge'. Each tale in these short, but fast paced novellas surround a different scenario where 'nameless' is involved to right a ...more
Nameless is tracking down a crazed man who killed his wife and her parents thinking they were out to get him and send him to an insane asylum. He kidnaps his step-son and takes the young boy into hiding with him.
While Nameless is tracking this man and trying to save the boy, his clairvoyant visions keep appearing and he knows something else is on the horizon. Some other danger that he ca ...more
clairvoyance and a kid kidnaped by a lunatic are the main issues here..
All in all a good series..
All the episodes are a quick read..
And I hope that Koontz will continue this series because I like the idea of an avenger bringing justice to light,and helping the suffering and needy..
Somewhat like a Zorro or a modern Robin Hood indeed!!
But with the special touch and magic of Dean Koontz!!!
As always to all of you: keep on getting fun in ...more
Memories of Tomorrow has been the best of all the Nameless series. I was literally holding my breath at the end. If you read the end closely you will see who he really is, not by what he finds out about his past but what's between the lines of all that he's told. Halfway through the book it takes such a different turn from the other books. Dean Koontz fans will not be disappointed.
Have gun will travel, reads the card of a man
A knight without armor in a savage land
His fast gun hire, heeds the calling wind
A soldier of fortune, is a man called --- Pal-a- din
Paladin, Paladin, where do you roam
Paladin, Paladin, far, far from home
He travels on to where ever he must
A chess knight of silver is his badge of trust
There are campfire legends that the Blade's men sing
Of the man with the gun, of the man called --- Pal-a- din
Paladin, Paladin, where do you ro ...more
I've never read a Dean Koontz novel I didn't like, and, already, this one proves just as promising. So far, it doesn't seem to be progressing at the same breakneck speed as many of his other novels, but the seemingly slower pace takes nothing away from the attention grabbing plot. It's definitely another can't-put-it-down story from this true master of suspense. I'm headed immediately to the next installment!
I will say, however, I'm not all that impressed wi ...more
As for the villain of the book, this portion was over fairly quick, and the rest of the story led to Nameless's origin. I am all set for a full length Nameless novel now. Let's come up with a villain that can rival Hans Gruber. Someone smart and with unlimited resources. Someone to ...more
Dean, the author of many #1 New York Times bes ...more