Category: Dean Koontz

Goodreads Monday

Posted July 10, 2017 by Fizzy Pop in Dean Koontz, Goodreads Monday, Lightning, Lightning by Dean Koontz, TBR, To Be Read / 0 Comments

Goodreads Monday is a weekly meme hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners. To take part, you simply choose a random book from your TBR and show it off. Don’t forget to check out her blog and link back to Lauren’s Page Turners.

 In case you haven’t been paying attention, I’m an eclectic reader.  I’ll read close to almost anything.  Today’s selection is a Dean Koontz that’s been on my shelf for a minute.  I’ve read a lot of his books but I for every book I read I discover two more I haven’t.  Here is one more of my library sale finds that I still need to read.

In the midst of a raging blizzard, lightning struck on the night Laura Shane was born. And a mysterious blond-haired stranger showed up just in time to save her from dying.

Years later, in the wake of another storm, Laura will be saved again. For someone is watching over her. But just as lightning illuminates, darkness always follows close behind.

Lightning


Is there something on your shelf from a favorite author that still needs to be read?  Library book sale finds are my favorites by the way!

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BOOK REVIEW: Phantom’s by Dean Koontz

BOOK REVIEW: Phantom’s by Dean Koontz

They thought it was the work of a maniac or terrorists or toxic contamination — but then they found the truth, which was worse than anything they had imagined… ‘Phantoms’ was one of the first of the first Dean Koontz novels I ever read and will forever be one of my favorites by him.  One of the things I enjoy about Koontz’s writing is he takes the slightly improbable and shows how it could actually be probable.  It’s the prefect blend of science fiction and horror. A mountain town suddenly missing most of it’s residents and those that aren’t missing are dead.  However, there is no indication of what caused these deaths or disappearances.  The bodies left behind defy any known method of death. As the investigation gears up the questions become greater than the answers.  I really enjoyed the storyline of ‘Phantoms’ and the idea of real historical, even […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz

BOOK REVIEW: Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz

Jimmy Tock comes into the world on the very night his grandfather leaves it. As a violent storm rages outside the hospital, Rudy Tock spends long hours walking the corridors between the expectant fathers’ waiting room and his dying father’s bedside. It’s a strange vigil made all the stranger when, at the very height of the storm’s fury, Josef Tock suddenly sits up in bed and speaks coherently for the first and last time since his stroke. What he says before he dies is that there will be five dark days in the life of his grandson—five dates whose terrible events Jimmy will have to prepare himself to face. The first is to occur in his twentieth year; the second in his twenty-third year; the third in his twenty-eighth; the fourth in his twenty-ninth; the fifth in his thirtieth. Rudy is all too ready to discount his father’s last words […]

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