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Great little prequel
on 20 September 2014
This is a great little prequel to Dean Koontz's Innocence. It's a fairly self contained little story.
Addison was born different, his mother could hardly care to be around him and he spent most of his time living in the wilderness outside. He's only eight years old, but find himself trying to run away from a hunter. It's the story on the start in life he's had and his views on how he looks and how people react when they see him.
It's very sad to read about a child being treated like that by his mother, and the hunter and possibly other people he may come across in his life.
At only 32 pages, it's very short, mealy an introduction to help to get to know Addison. In my opinion it's worth reading before you read Innocence, but as I've not read Innocence yet, that opinion may change.
It's only cheap, pick it up and give it a quick read, it won't hurt.