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  • Writer's pictureLydia Chelsea

What I've Read

I finished the rest of the Nameless series by Dean Koontz. Fantastic!

Here they are in order:

  1. In the Heart of the Fire

  2. Photographing the Dead

  3. The Praying Mantis Bride

  4. Red Rain

  5. The Mercy of Snakes

  6. Memories of Tomorrow

Some of the critical reviews on Amazon will say that they're disappointed in the level of characterization or the repetitiveness in each story. Yes, those are partly fair arguments, but my rebuttal is this: This is a serialized collection of novellas. You get a novella that can stand alone. You could read book 1 or book 3 or book 6 and walk away and be perfectly fine. There's no missing information. Each story is a little capsule in the character, Nameless' life. Each book will tell you he's had amnesia for 2+ years and he senses it is for the best. Each book will explain he gets his marching orders from a mysterious benefactor known as Ace of Diamonds (Ace for short). In each book, he vanquishes some type of insensate evil...meting out justice when the established justice system fails. The tales are immensely satisfying for all of us who've felt that life is sometimes dreadfully unfair (also known as everyone!)

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