Slim MacKenzie is no ordinary man. With eyes the color of twilight, he's been blessed with a psychic gift: premonitions. He's also been cursed, for Slim can see the monsters hiding among us, feeding on our suffering. And when Slim joins a traveling carnival seeking sanctuary, what he'll find is a... show more
Slim MacKenzie is no ordinary man. With eyes the color of twilight, he's been blessed with a psychic gift: premonitions. He's also been cursed, for Slim can see the monsters hiding among us, feeding on our suffering. And when Slim joins a traveling carnival seeking sanctuary, what he'll find is a hunting ground-with humanity as the prey.
Publish date: 2010-11-02
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
This was pretty weird and kept me guessing for a long time. Was the protagonist really able to sense shape shifting goblins or was he psychotic and killing people because of a hallucination? It is set mostly in a carnival and the author seems to have done some research into carny slang and lifesty...
When one day ends, the next begins, for in this infinite universe there is no final conclusion to anything, definitely not to hope. Chapter 1 - The Carnival You travel light when you're wanted for murder. The only heavy things you carry are memories, fear, and loneliness. Chapter 4 - Goblin Dreams...
For my extended review and a parody of the writing, please visit Casual Debris.Twilight Eyes fails on every level: conception, plot, character, development, character development, setting delineation and writing. Even the title is weak: a misplaced 1980s pop tune. The novel focuses on a seventeen ye...
Aside from his Odd Thomas series I have not found many of Koontz books that I have really liked, so this was a great surprise. I really enjoyed it. I actually liked the characters and found the plot very interesting.
Honestly I stopped and read other books in the middle of this book which is a bad sign for a new book. A problem with this book is that I spent a lot of time wondering if he was actually seeing goblins or was just craze. In the end I never connected with the characters and in the end the book its se...
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