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Strangers

By Dean Koontz

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An Oldy But Goody

  • Jun 24, 2010
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I've always been a reader and after watching the movie, Watchers, I had to read the book. Then it started me into the world of Dean Koontz, yet when I found the book Strangers, I think I have found my favorite of all time.

This book talks about a number of different people from all walks of life, a doctor, a novelist, single-mother, sophisticated thief, and a priest.  All of these people's lives have suddenly taken on strange occurrences from sleepwalking to healing people and they go on a search to find out what happened to begin everything.

Although there are a number of main characters in this novel, it doesn't leave the reader confused, yet leave them guessing on how possibly could the things happening to these people all be related.

The ending leaves the reader in awe and wondering. Could the whole premise of the novel actually happen.

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review by . September 19, 2010
STRANGERS by Dead Koontz, while not truly horror, was one of the most compelling books in his repertoire that I have read. I found that this book was more reminsicent of Stephen King's writing than Koontz's usual gore/scare style. The psychological aspect came to the forefront full-force in this one, and since he wrote this one, I felt his scare you silly voice dropped off and since then he has put out more and more psychological and creepy thrillers.      The novel …
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
mystery!
review by . June 28, 2010
This is one of my favorite books of all times.  I read it for the first time when I was a teenager and became fascinated with Dean Koontz.  I read all of his books in less than a year and this is definitely his best work.  The way the characters are all strangers yet still interrelated and brought together is amazing.  The writing style, in most of Dean Koontz's books is very descriptive, metaphorical, large vocabulary words that I often have to look up in the dictionary, …
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