Early Ashley Bell review
November 29, 2015
I have been reading Dean Koontz’s book for as long as I can remember. While I still enjoy most of his work, it has been a while since he has been able to capture my imagination as he used to do. When I first say the cover and read the description for his upcoming novel, “Ashley Bell,” I thought that this book sounded like one of his older novels and was excited to see if it would once again capture that old Koontz magic.
Bibi Blair never had time for fate or the supernatural. She was a take charge type of person that focused on the things that she could see and conquer. Bibi’s world comes crashing down around her when she finds herself suddenly afflicted by a rare form of cancer that gives her less than a year to live. Bibi at first approaches the disease as just another concrete obstacle for her to overcome but she is forced to accept that there could be something more to it after a visit from a strange man and his dog that leaves her seemingly healed. She may have overcome the cancer but the struggle of her life has just begun…