Review: Photographing the Dead

  • Title:
    • Photographing the Dead
  • Author:
    • Dean Koontz
  • Release:
    • November 12, 2019
  • Format:
    • Audiobook
  • Narrator:
    • Edoardo Ballerini
  • Series:
    • Nameless: Season #1, Book #2

I found it difficult to follow along with this story. Not because of the story itself, but because of the lifeless way the narrator read it in. Every line sounds the same, from the story narration to Nameless’ voice. The only time he put even a slight effort in was during conversations, and even that is being generous. I found it difficult to follow along during the PoV shifts because there was no indication in the narration that the PoV had shifted.

As for the content of the story, it’s poetic. A garbage human being getting his just deserts at the hand of Nameless. It can be a bit of an exposition dump at times, it feels like an entire novel was crammed into an hour and it shows. Regardless, I try to look at this series as a whole and not just the novella that I’m currently enjoying.

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