I enjoyed this more than I thought I would after reading the synopsis and other people's views of it.
Something strange is happening in Moonlight Cove, and FBI agent Sam Booker wants to find out.
Its a tale of 3 people (and a dog named Moose) coming together to uncover the truth. Its also a...
Well things went from weird to weirder with this one! At times I felt like I was reading a juvenile novel, I mean using a sentient cat as a tracker, really?
The book still suffers from the same problem as the previous book (Fear Nothing) in as much as Koontz likes to over elaborate on a...
Christopher Snow was born with Xeroderma Pigmentosum, a rare disorder meaning he is ultra sensitive to light and so he lives in a twilight world, only really coming out at night. He lives in Moonlight Bay, a beautiful and picturesque town which he has never seen during the day. For him it has a...
Bantam, Jun 9 2009, $27.00
The latest book by bestselling author Cullen “Cubby” Greenwich receives rave reviews from fans and critics except reviewer Shearman Waxx. Cubby is outraged by the so called “nation’s premier literary critic” ripping his work...
Bantam, Nov 24 2009, $28.00
After being a military sniper, Grady Adams lives in an isolated part of the Rockies where he works as a craftssman. One day in the forest he sees a strange light and knows musingly nothing will be the same. Grady observes...
Frankenstein: Lost Souls
Bantam, Jun 15 2010, $27.00
Deucalion informs his closest friend Brother Salvatore that the former’s creator Victor Frankenstein AKA Victor Helios of New Orleans has arisen from the dead again. He knows this because of his dark blood...
What the Night Knows
Bantam, Dec 28 2010, $28.00
Providing no explanation afterward as to why he committed the atrocity, fourteen year old Billy Lucas simply butchered his family. Homicide detective John Calvino knows Billy’s case hits too close to home. Two...
Odd Is On Our Side
Fred Lentz, Dean Koontz and Queenie Chan (illustrator)
Del Rey, Oct 5 2010, $10.99
Halloween in Pico Mundo, California has fry cook Odd Thomas concerned as he fears there is much more afoot than just trick or treaters. Something does not feel right; which...
77 Shadow Street
Bantam, Dec 27 2011, $28.00
In the nineteenth century, Pendleton built the luxurious Shadow Hill. After the tycoon died, his palatial abode was broken into apartments in which only the one tenth of one percent of the affluent can afford to reside...
Bantam, Jul 31 2012, $28.00
Odd Thomas communicates with ghosts and has visions including seeing before meeting Annamaria who talks in an odd cryptic vernacular. They recently met (see Odd Hours) and soon after accept an invitation to spend time as...
As the title implies, I wanted to talk about What the Night Knows. I've only started the book, and have reached the tenth chapter. So please, no spoilers. I was wondering why Billy killed his family? Was he possessed? Or is he a s/k groupie?
Not read much of his stuff. In fact, only one: "False Memory", which I enjoyed. I am thinking of reading another. I have heard good things about "Watchers" - just wondered what anyone thought were his best books?
Hi my friends, how are you? I've been busy getting married and made it back safely from a wonderful honeymoon :)
I wanted to make sure you did not miss out on Dean Koontz's Christopher Snow series: Fear Nothing, enjoy :)
I must say that when I was in high school I could not get enough of Koontz and King. I preferred Koontz coz his stories were more thrilling and action packed. I think he wrote his best works in the 80's and early 90's. To get to my point the long way round, I just recently finished The Taking...
Hi my friends, just wanted to give you the first press release to Dean Koontz's graphic adaption of Frankenstein: Prodigal Son, enjoy!
DABEL BROS. TO ADAPT DEAN KOONTZ’S FRANKENSTEIN: PRODIGAL SON - NEWSARAMA