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leekyle

I'm not only an avid reader i am also an happily married father of two!! Aside from reading whatever i can get my hands on and spending time on Booklikes, I also am a huge fan of professional wrestlin

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The Monster's Corner: Stories Through Inhuman Eyes
Heather Graham, Kelley Armstrong, Sharyn McCrumb, David Liss, Michael Marshall Smith, Nate Kenyon, Lauren Groff, Sarah Pinborough, John McIlveen, Jeff Strand, Dana Stabenow, David Moody, Chelsea Cain, Tom Piccirilli, Gary A. Braunbeck, Tananarive Due, Jonathan Maberry, Ch
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Frankenstein: Prodigal Son: A Novel

Prodigal Son (Dean Koontz's Frankenstein, #1) - Kevin J. Anderson, Dean Koontz A new fan of Koontz, with so many of his works available to me i was having a heck of a time picking out my next book of his to get wrapped up in my first and only other Koontz book i had just finished before starting this was 'Voice In The Night' which for my first read of his, i found it very cool and intriguing. So looking at what our local Chapter's bookstore had to offer i saw the Frankenstein series. Now we all know how many times both directors and authors have pretty much 'bled out' the vampire storyline, i thought 'I have read about vamps, werewolves, witches but never anything about Dr. Frankenstein and his evel creation so i decided to take a chance and slap my hard earned money down on not only book one( I am a fast reader and i know if i get caught up in this i will just go buy book 2 anyways)but book two as well. Now after finishing 'Book One: Prodigal Son' I wasn't at all impressed. It happens to be one of those things i have trouble putting into words, however there are some maybes. Maybe i don't find the Frankenstein concept interesting enough? (I havent even read the classic Mary Shelley version yet) Maybe i found the storyline draggy with no OMG's I cant wait till i get to the next chapter to see what happens next. This is my opinion is a little early as this, like i said being the second book of Koontz's i have read, to say that maybe he isn't an author for me? Well, i am going to read book 2 (i paid for it dammit!) and maybe this series just takes a little longer than others to kickstart my anticipation, cause if it's the same...well their wont be a book 3 or 4 in my collection.