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The Voice of the Night Hardcover – Import, 1989
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“A fearsome tour of an adolescent's psyche. Terrifying, knee-knocking suspense.”—Chicago Sun-Times
“Hair-raising from cover to cover.”—Houston Chronicle
More Praise for Dean Koontz
“Dean Koontz is a prose stylist whose lyricism heightens malevolence and tension. [He creates] characters of unusual richness and depth.”—The Seattle Times
“Tumbling, hallucinogenic prose....‘Serious’ writers...might do well to examine his technique.”—The New York Times Book Review
“Lyrical writing and compelling characters...Koontz stands alone.”—Associated Press
“In every industry there exist ‘artists’ that are not only unforgettable, but know their craft better than the rest. Dean Koontz...is among these artisans.”—Suspense Magazine
“[Koontz] has always had near-Dickensian powers of description, and an ability to yank us from one page to the next that few novelists can match.”—Los Angeles Times
“Perhaps more than any other author, Koontz writes fiction perfectly suited to the mood of America...novels that acknowledge the reality and tenacity of evil but also the power of good...[and that] entertain vastly as they uplift.”—Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
When he was a senior in college, Dean Koontz won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition. He has been writing ever since. His books are published in 38 languages; worldwide sales are over 300 million copies. Ten of his novels have risen to number one on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list (The Husband, One Door Away From Heaven, From The Corner Of His Eye, Midnight, Cold Fire, Hideaway, Dragon Tears, The Bad Place, Intensity, and Sole Survivor). Thirteen of his books have risen to the number one position in paperback. Several of his books have been adapted into feature films and TV miniseries, including the highly rated “Intensity” on the Fox Network. The Husband is currently in development as a major motion picture by Focus Features/Random House Films. Dean and Gerda Koontz live in southern California with their golden retriever, Trixie, who herself has written two successful books - Life Is Good and Christmas Is Good. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, Colin is a shy and quiet, friendless, boy who loves to read and watch movies. His parents are divorced and he lives with his mother who is almost never home and does not seem to have much if any time for him.
He strikes up a friendship with Roy, or more specifically Roy chooses to strike up a relationship with him. Roy is a disturbed and twisted individual who enjoys torture and killing.
I would probably have rated this 5 stars if Koontz had not made the mother such a senseless flipping moron who would rather believe outrageous stories about her son with no proof and so easily having the wool pulled over her eyes by an Eddie Haskell type fake politeness. Therefore, 4 out of 5 stars from me.
My main problem with this story is that it was too drawn out. As a shorter story, with less building of the unimportant (to me) characters and scenes, this may have been much better.
This was a great work by a master of the written word! I would highly recommend to Dean Koontz fans and other readers who would enjoy a good and scary book that will stay with you long after you have read the final word.
I also did like that the main characters were young adults. That is one of the aspects about his writing that drew me in many years ago, that his hero's & heroines can be woman, children even animals instead of always men! Not that I mind when his protagonists are adult men, but it's nice to have the variety!
It's an interesting story and I recommend it to any Dean Koontz fan, but maybe for a new reader start with "Watchers"