Frankenstein Book Two: City of Night
by Dean Koontz

Better than Book One, which was good. Lots of funny dialog between the male and female cops, who are the main characters. Many new plot developments as several of Frankensteinís creatures begin to transform into other things. We get to know what some of them are thinking. The dialogs between the male and female assassins are funny. The female obsesses about having a baby through voodoo. Very enjoyable. A page turner. It just ends. The story will pick up at a high point of action in book 3.

Year Read: 2006


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