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Velocity by Dean Koontz
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May 10, 2007

really liked it

A very interesting, precisely detailed (more on that later), spine-tingling murder thriller. The way Koontz writes keeps you riveted, because he pays attention to every detail, the way Billy Wiles carves wood, decorates his house, eats, or even sneaks into a house that may or may not contain a vicious, cunning killer. Not perfect, but perfectly designed to keep you reading while simultaneously freaking you out. Scary, mysterious, and thrilling. Towards the end it can get a bit graphic, but that's only more so than it had been, and I think that that is rather expected of a murder thriller, anyway. Also, I couldn't help but think that the ending left some things to be desired; it felt somewhat like he didn't think the concluding sequences through as much as he did the rest of the book. All around, though, it's a story worthy of your free time. Read it.
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