Despite its few failings, this novel is in my opinion a good read for every suspense fan. Dean Koontz once more proves his mastery and delivers a truly gripping tale of mystery and horror. The protagonist, Susan Thornton, a young woman of about thirty, wakes up in hospital to realize that she suffers from amnesia.
Initially, she is not able to recall any details concerning her previous life. From what she is told by the staff she finds out that she has had a terrible car accident and she is really lucky to
As the story progresses, Susan remembers more and more about her life but she still cannot recall anything about her job. The most vivid event in her memory is the murder of her boyfriend, which took place several years before during a college hazing ritual.
She witnessed those terrible moments and now she suffers every time the cruel images of her boyfriend lying in the puddle of blood and beaten appear in her mind’s eye. Luckily, the villains have been
punished; the leader of the gang did his time in prison,