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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2006
I've read 26 Dean Koontz books, and while I haven't read The Mask, both Strangers and The Voice Of The Night are excellent. Strangers is about a handful of people from different parts of the country who are experiencing bizzare, frightening occurrences and obsessions that are ruining their lives after staying at the same hotel a year ago. They all meet up and uncover the truth about what happened to them.

In The Voice Of The Night, a shy, unpopular boy who is struggling with his parents' seperation befriends a sadistic boy who tries to get him to go along with him in games of death.

Some other great Koontz books that I recommend you check out are "Intensity", "Twilight Eyes", "Whispers", "Watchers", "The Servants Of Twilight", "The Door To December", "Cold Fire", and "Lightning".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 15, 1997
A MASTER STORYTELLER, SOMETIMES HUMOROUS SOMETIMES SHOCKING BUT ALWAYS RIVETING.HIS CHARACTERS SPARKLE WITH LIFE.HIS PROSE IS RICH AND EVOCATIVE. HIS STYLE IS A MODEL OF CLARITY HIS PROSE SO SMOOTH THAT IT GOES DOWN LIKE APPLE JUICE.... WITH THE DELAYED PUNCH OF HARD CIDER.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 30, 1999
The book was very intriguing for the first 20 and last 50 pages, but the middled seemed to lose the reader in meaningless information. The antagonist of the story, Roy, was a great character. Pay close attention to him because you can never tell if you love him or hate him. Koontz did a great job with the characters in that aspect. The story line seemed to lack in something but it was an all around average book.
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on March 19, 2013
dean ray koontz---7/9/1945
sold millions of books under 10 pen names
novelist--poet--screen writer

THiS BOOK **** 4 stars

bbp--okc
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The book I read was called "The Voice In The Night." It was about a boy named Colin and his best friend named Roy. Colin is about five feet twelve inches. Roy is alt stronger than Colin. Once they start telling eachother more about their lives Roy reveals something so outrageous Colin can't believe him.Since Colin refuses to believe him. Roy feels compelled to do it again.It takes place six miles out of town in a junkyard where no one is around. When Colin and ROy get into a argument about what Royt is trying to do things get very ugly. Since I don't want to give the ending of this book away I'll let you read it.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2000
I liked all three of these books. A very good combination of Dean Koontz' tales. A must read for anyone interested in DK and his cross-genre books.
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3 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on May 21, 1999
OK. Let me see here. This book was boring. Was also boring. And I can't forget to say that it was boring. And not to metion it's boringness. But overall this book was B-O-R-I-N-G. It should of been called STRANGERS:The book that will bore you to death.
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