by Dean Koontz (Goodreads Author)
Robert Smith (TyCobbsTeeth)‘s review
I started this work by Dean Koontz quite a while back, then set it aside. I had several other books on the go at the time, and this offering by Koontz did not grab me the way his other work had. I enjoyed the prose, as always, but was not immediately hooked by the story.
Once I finished the other books, I picked Velocity up again. It became more compelling as it went. The hook was set and I burned through it—riveted.
Great character development, excellent prose, and a compelling, quickening plot made this book an excellent read. It kept me guessing, offered some twists, and finished well.
I would definitely recommend this novel.
5 out of 5 stars
2 thoughts on “Book Review — Velocity by Dean Koontz”
I read this years ago, but it’s been so long I can’t remember what it was about. Pretty sure I liked it, because I’ve always been a Koontz fan!
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Yeah, Koontz does it right. This one was about a bartender who finds a note on his windshield. The note gives him an ultimatum. That gets the ball rolling.