Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 1996
Publisher: Random House (NY)
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
Another book from the neglected pile of dusty paperbacks. Vietnamese born writer of mystery novels with mommy issues finds a mystery doll on his front porch. Threatening messages appear on his computer, doll comes to life, is evil. This should have been interesting. A scene where a guy tries to hu...
It been awhile since I read a book from master of suspense and this book made remember what I have been missing.A rag doll turns into a freighting terror. Chasing a couple through the streets. Stealing cars with ease they conclude to an ending with a twist. Horror, Suspense with a drop of Sci-fi giv...
This was a funny book, mainly due to the weirdness of some of the characters and not at all what you'd normally expect from Dean Koontz. It's about a man that receives a little cloth doll, it's left on his doorstep and he takes it into his house, which turns out to be the both the biggest mistake of...
First line - Out of a cloudless sky on a windless November day came a sudden shadow that swooped across the bright aqua Corvette.Good old fashioned 'boo' where every thing is incredulous.
This was a pretty weird story and takes an interesting turn. I loved the fact that the hero was Vietnamese-American, and he sounded like a real cutie. It uses a little bit of Vietnamese folklore which was neat as well. Not my favorite by Koontz, because I thought the ending was strangely absurd and...