Publish date: November 29th 2012
Pages no: 511
Edition language: English
After being rather disappointed by Odd Hours last fall, I decided to take a break from reading Dean Koontz. When he's good he's great, but when he's bad he's....really bad. I'm not saying Odd Hours was terrible -- it just wasn't as good as the books that preceded it in the Odd Thomas series. A week ...
This year, along with my King reread, I'm delving into my top 10 Koontz books again. (Probably Top 12, just so I have a book for every month, but I'm having trouble picking two more.) I have a theory about Dean Koontz, and it goes like this: He's only written ten stories in his career, and he's been...
This was my very first Dean Koontz book and I obviously chose a great one. This book was very suspenseful and had me scared for the main characters 90% of the time. There's not a lot that I can say without giving away the plot but it's a great read if you like suspense with a splash of syfi. Don'...
A nicely written time traveling yarn.
When I think about the books that shaped my reading tastes, I feel like this was the defining book. So I reread it with a little trepidation. I didn't even want to read others' reviews of it for fear that any criticism would spoil the image I have of it in my head.I was 11 when my cousin gave me th...
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