Life Expectancy
by Dean Koontz

A thriller/comedy told by a young baker about the five bad days in his life as predicted by his grandfather on his death bed just before the hero was born. On the bad days his life is threatened by circus clowns and trapeze artists. The title refers to what he expects to get out of life rather than how long he expects to live. Well done. Very funny.

Year Read: 2005


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