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by Malcolm Hillgartner, Leigh Nichols, Dean Koontz
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Horror Reader 13
Horror Reader 13 rated it 2 years ago
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...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 3 years ago
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...
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it 4 years ago
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...
DoctorDonna
DoctorDonna rated it 4 years ago
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.
Sticky Note Quotes
Sticky Note Quotes rated it 9 years ago
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...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 10 years ago
Just good Dean Koontz. To be honest, I read this book years and years ago, but can remember how much I loved it. It was around the time when I started to read DK and I just remember going out and stocking up on his books.
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