Dean Koontz Writing Styles in Cold Fire

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Cold Fire by Dean Koontz is written entirely in the first-person perspective, alternating between the two main characters of Jim Ironheart and Holly Thorne. The author does a very credible job of introducing these two characters, and the conflicts they both face separately and then ultimately together. Jim Ironheart is a tormented man and a modern day superhero that lives his life in anonymity by choice. He is financially stable and employment at a steady job is unnecessary which is a benefit revealed immediately by his last minute revelations that someone will need a life line from him. These connections to virtual strangers happen with little or no warning, and by following them Jim is able to interrupt what would surely be the events that results in the death of some people before their time. Then he quickly fades himself out of the picture again, without...

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