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I liked this final volume in Dean Koontz?s Frankenstein series. It is packed cover to cover with action, horror, and fringe-type science. He is highly creative and imaginative, and I?m curious to watch the movie based on the first book in the series. The Builders are both a curiosity and soul shattering creepy. The Communitarians are tiresome in their OCD tidiness and everything being in perfect order. Victor Helios?s clone is perfectly mad. I mean that he is too smart in his building a perfect world that he is both crazy and brilliant. Jocko is one of the best characters ever created. I never get tired of reading about him. Ultimately, it all comes down to not only stopping Victor Immaculate?s plan/mission, but who will survive the confrontation between father/creator and son/monster, Deucalion or Victor?
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