From the Corner of His Eye by Dean Koontz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is an interesting and compelling book, but somewhat violent, a bit religious, with a touch of the paranormal in the guise of quantum physics. But good.
The premise, based on the disciple, Bartholomew, who touched the lives of many others through small acts, is that our good and bad acts are magnified and passed on, having ramifications not only in our own lives, but the lives of others.
The characters, though, while fully characterized, tend to be nearly all good or all bad, following the twin threads of good and evil. Real people are more of a mix. With all that being said, however, it is still a good book.
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