: Seize the Night: A Novel (Christopher Snow) (): Dean Koontz: Books. Seize the Night. Dean R. Koontz, Author Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc $ (p) ISBN Summary and reviews of Seize The Night by Dean Koontz, plus links to a book excerpt from Seize The Night and author biography of Dean Koontz.

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Once the story got going, though, WOW! His characters are vivid, and the good guys are lovable; the bad guys are evil! The review must be at least 50 characters long.

The sequel, Seize the Night, takes place just about one month after Fear Nothing left off. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. I didn’t feel like I was missing a back story, but I will read Fear Nothing since I now know it is a sequel. Superstition is the dark side of wonder. Preview — Seize the Night by Dean Koontz.

For some reason, in October I want to read books with some standing in the ‘horror’ or ‘humor’ genres. Oct 27, C. Cover of Seize the Night.

Speaking of the plot, Koontz basically recaps Fear Nothing in case you haven’t read it during the first pages or so. And how about letting the reader do some of the thinking?

Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Sign up eean to receive your FREE alerts. Seize The Night is the sequel to Fear Nothing. If you haven’t read his novels yet, go ahead and do it. By the Light of the Moon. Aside from that, the book is a solid mystery hhe the disappearance of sever Koontz again thrilled me with his ability to set a scene and create a true sense of dread.


Of cour Ah, Snowman is back to save the day!

Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. He is very acquainted with the night because he has a disease that won’t allow him to stand light, but I still didn’t buy him being a super hero or something. With headlong glee, Koontz again unveils encyclopedic intelligence about how things work in the physical world—and how to bolt sentences into the moonlight.

He admires her for her hard work and strife to make ends meet and support her son. I always learn something new to ponder. Wouldn’t “I’m not sure I saw him” be nicer? Please review your cart. Yet it is precisely then that the secluded little town reveals its menace. A thrilling and breath-taking book with a fast pace with the utmost mysterious story i have read so far.

But now, somewhere in the night, children are disappearing.

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Getting no answer, he leaves a message for Manuel to call him after noon. In fact, this mysterious figure might not even exist. The Door to Th. Had it not been for the lenghty and verbose beginning, I would have easily given this book 5 stars.

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Wilderness and Other Stories. All the sudden, the prose changed, the insanity machine kicked into third gear, and along for a ride we went.


Plus, the surfer li I seem to be either really hot or cold with Koontz books. The narration of the main character contained deah many one-liners and jokey punctuations of his thoughts that it became annoying. This is the second installment of tthe Moonlight Bay series by Dean Koontz. These guys don’t worry about their bread, and Bobby, who’s the friend of both Snow and Lily, is a multimillionaire. But I used to have different reasons.

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Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. I seem to be either really hot or cold with Koontz books. Mar 25, Antonija Ciglar rated it really liked it. Servants of Twilight, The. And like any good Koontz novel, there is excellent humor. It finally builds to a climax that really stands up there with the best I have read from Koontz.

The characters are a little too perfect and have absolutely no flaws, and are therefore not human.


We learn that in the town of Moonlight Bay, a 5 year old boy has disappeared. Of course the quest begins and ends at Fort Wyvern.

Koontz, never the most challenging of writers, here reaches the absolute bottom. Chris and company head into the base, where Bobby is critically wounded in an ambush.

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