Watchers, man, woman, overcome adversity, find romance, rescue a dog.sorry, doesn't ring a bell. actually he wrote the scariest book i've ever read
Add in the unredeemably evil villain and the epic showdown in an apocalyptic storm and you've described 90% of all he's written under his own name.Watchers, man, woman, overcome adversity, find romance, rescue a dog.
Dark rivers of the heart, man, woman, overcome adversity, find romance.
One door away from heaven, man, woman, overcome adversity, find romance, rescue a child.
Those are just the ones I can recall without looking at all my Koontz titles!
tears of the dragon i think, scaryAdd in the unredeemably evil villain and the epic showdown in an apocalyptic storm and you've described 90% of all he's written under his own name.
I used to really look forward to new releases from Dean Koontz, until I realized I'm reading (and he's writing) the dame damned book over and over.
I found the Chambers book to be quite pedestrian. Really didnt understand the hype.I finished the Le Carre - brilliant. One of the most ‘unputdownable’ books I’ve read lately.
Back to SF for my next read, I’m starting Becky Chambers the long way to a small angry planet. I’ve heard some good things about this.
I find Misery to be King's most terrifying book. It's very realistic compared to some of his other works--nothing supernatural--and that's what gives me the creeps about it. It's just a person doing horrible things to another person. Somewhere in the world, someone is likely being treated just as badly.I'm currently reading Stephen King's Misery. The sequence I read last night, at the end of part 1, was one of the most intense I've read in some time. Looking forward to reading more later today.
I used to find refuge in the occasional short story. Of course, once started they can be like peanuts or potato chips, so you don't stop at just one ...I'm drowning in academic reading - my 2nd year is about to start, and I have more required and background reading books to add on top of everything else I'm already reading. No fiction for me for a while, it seems.