Prodigal Son by Dean Koontz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
One of the better Koontz books, in recent years. Not quite as good as his Odd Thomas books, though. My problem with Koontz is, in the last 10 years or so, because he spends so much time telling us what's going on inside a character's head, little actually happens in the book.
Prodigal Son has a lot of that going on, but not insufferably so. A lot happens in this book and the writing is, in general, outstanding. I don't care for a lot of the silly dialogue between the two lead detectives, but it wasn't too distracting.
I love the Deucalion character. Very well written. A touch of the supernatural.
This book does not have an ending but rather leads into the second Frankenstein book. I've started that one.
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