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Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz
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Mar 25, 2011

really liked it
Read in January, 2009 — I own a copy


In 23 B.C., the poet Horace said, "Seize the day, put no trust in the morrow."


The irony of Horace quote is that Christopher Snow seize the night instead and marvels at it. While everybody slumbers, he prowls the street from dusk 'til dawn. Twenty-eight years old Chris have a Xeroderma-Pigmentosum since birth and no one suspected him to reach adulthood.

In the event of his father's death, Chris doesn't have the time to grieve, he must survive the night and search for the truth. Without fear, he must confront the secret that envelopes his beloved town, Moonlight Bay, because everyone is becoming . A secret no one can escape....


A Dean Koontz creation that is worthy to be called Action-Thriller . The tension accelerates at an unrelenting pace and will keep you reading 'til you catch your breath yet again. Even the bucket-full of paraphrases will not overshadow the thrill. Infact, Koontz love for poetry and philosophy made this more interesting. This one captured my attention, so much, that I'm reading the sequel already. I'm hooked!
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message 1: by Apokripos (last edited Apr 10, 2011 06:42PM) (new) - added it

Apokripos Thank you for giving and recommending this book to Louize. I've been collecting Dean Koontz's books for some time now and I want to see how he writes.

Thanks again! :)


Louize jzhunagev wrote: "Thank you for giving and recommending this book to Louize. I've been collecting Dean Koontz's books for some time now and I want to see how he writes.

Thanks again! :)"


You are most welcome!


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