Dean Koontz : life expectancy

    • by John Silver
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      It’s my first time that I had read this author, and I am pleasantly suprised. It paints life in a colorfull, fragrant, full picture of positive feelings and thoughts.

      A good read, the fine ballance of

      morality in real world, no idealism, no ilusions, just life.

      Warm, fulfilling, funny and interesting, the novel is contrasted.

      The story runs and draws you across the pages, and is in the department of “one breath ...

      • reads”, buth the character and environment is somewat lazy, awkward, emotional and good harted, picekt fence type of guy, with close emotional relations to his family and, especialy, food.

        Almost erotic relationship with pastries suggests that

        the best way to live your life is over diner in converstion.

        The story is somewhat odd, but the message is revealing.

        Do not try for the stars, make your home on Earth, and enjoy it.

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