Pete's Log: Fear Nothing

Entry #809, Sat, January 27, 2001, 17:26 EST (Books, Writing, n such)
(posted when I was 22 years old.)
So today I finished up "Fear Nothing" by Dean Koontz. I read it based on a recommendation from my Mom. One of the things I trust most in this world is book advice from Mom. And this turned out to be another fun one. Basically, Christopher Snow has some rare genetic disorder that makes him vulnerable to light and thus he is nocturnal and such. And he witnesses some disturbing incidents that lead to a big mystery thing. A very captivating book. As is the norm with books of this sorts, my reading speed grew exponentially, from a chapter a day to half the book in a day. The book was definitely creepy at points, and rather apocalyptic. And it lacked predictability most the time, which was quite good. I don't know if I'd call the story "believable" in any way, but it was definitely fun. And there's supposedly a sequel out there.
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