This book had a X-Files feel to it as the author gives us one piece of the puzzle at a time. I've read that this was his first best seller. However, if you are like me and can grow to like a story because you grow to understand and then like the characters, then this book is for you. So I don't really recommend this book to anyone, though it's no worse than any other Koontz fair, and better than some. It reminds me of other books where a psychic gets partial clues and never the whole story until the end.
Atheists are evil psychopaths, Native Americans weren't butchered, they just lay down and died because their culture was inferior, and you're sure brave, little lady. Currently some of those novels are sold under Koontz's real name. Cold and stark, an unknown terror gripped their dreams and turned their days into living nightmares. Yet it is well written and enjoyable and quite addictive. Jeder Nutzer kann den Probemonat nur einmal in Anspruch nehmen.
I am a big fan of Dean's work, I love the way he entertains you while, simultaneously conveying a moral message. Die Story dieser Menschen verwebt sich immer mehr und die Umstände werden immer mysteriöser. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for good adventure. There, from the bizarre and enthralling Gypsy Mummy, a mechanized merchant of dreams and prognosticator of tomorrows, the young couple learns what fate promises for them. A 'tail waging' worthy tale indeed. The book has an air of supernatural to it without being ridiculous except for parts of the end but the book doesn't rap up in 5 minutes and the wait is well worth it.
Etiam pulvinar, mi et molestie vestibulum, neque tellus pulvinar massa, vel varius nulla tellus at tortor. I can't really recommend this one highly, but it's. That took a lot of suspense out of it for me. It really felt like a mystery book but it isn't your typical mystery book either. His simple minded moralising and heavy preaching about the importance of values such as love and friendship is annoying. So I'm sad to say I'm just going to have to let him go. But it all came together beautifully.
The topic tackled by Koontz is extremely interesting, and with a good editor it could have been executed much better - but I still liked it very much, mainly because it's better than all the garbage he's been putting out recently and it created vivid images in my head. An epic drama starring Adrian Scarborough, Claire Corbett, Freya Mayor and Jamie Glover, The Darkwater Bride combines the genres of the Victorian mystery thriller with the equally classic Victorian mode of the ghostly tale. But before Joe can probe further, the elusive Rose slips away and Joe is left with haunting questions: If Rose lived through the crash, is it possible his family could have survived it, too? The font in this book is smaller than average, and with it having such large chapters and being another of his larger books it can be rather hard on the eyes. You know, the man has written a bunch of other books beside the Ender series! Then he witnesses a series of disturbing incidents that sweep him into a violent mystery only he can solve, a mystery that will force him to rise above all fears and confront the many-layered secrets of Moonlight Bay and its strange inhabitants. Dom is a Los Angeles writer. The other supporting characters were all likeable, too.
Treibt ein Serientäter sein Unwesen? I picked it up this week, solely Yes! The good characters even pair up with each other just to make it all that much neater. There wasn't a ton of action but I always wanted to read more because of the mystery and I was curious to find out what happened to this cast of characters. I will defiantly give Koontz another try and look forward to reading more of his work. Strangers is around 700 pages, in which there where exactly two parts I actually found interesting, and they were both with the same character, Jack Twist. Everytime I think I figured it out something the next cd blows my theory. The big reveal is actually rather predictable and anti-climactic.
The ending is jus I picked up a bag full of old Koontz books, and this is the one I chose to read first. Integer elementum tempor libero sit amet iaculis. Known pseudonyms include Deanna Dwyer, K. We do not guarantee that these techniques will work for you or not. The less you know about the premise of Strangers, the better. Another comparison that comes to mind is 1970's television.
I almost didn't download this because of the comments about the narrator - because a bad narrator can be real irritating and I have dropped some audiobooks midstream because listening to the narrator was so difficult. From different backgrounds, living in different towns and cities across America, they had nothing in common - except fear. Again, I had read it years ago, but it didn't stick with me, so when I saw it at the used book store I had to pick it up again. Eliot, whose works figure in the plot of the novel. The ending in itself is very poignant and moving, if only he could keep his standard blabbering to minimum. It was A little slow to get started but wow once it did I was glad that I didnt pay much attion to the ones that said that it wasent worth the read.