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Hideaway by Dean Koontz
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Mar 01, 2009

it was ok
bookshelves: when-i-was-a-lad

I devoured Koontz and King back in middle school and part of high school. In retrospect, I could have spent my time on better books, but these chillers were an escape from things I didn't want to think about, especially at night when I couldn't sleep and my mind twisted my perceptions nauseatingly.
I'm not saying you should bother reading these, especially now that Koontz is openly being Christian and Stephen King thinks he is a writer, but I have a fondness for some of these books. If you are down here in when-I-was-a-lad, you probably aren't looking for new books to read anyway!

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message 1: by Deniz (new)

Deniz The most un-in-te-res-ting review...

Ryan Mishap Deniz wrote: "The most un-in-te-res-ting review..."

But your comment is a brilliant parsing, filled with staggering insights and inarguable positions?

Thanks for stopping by, feel free to never comment here again. Bye now.

message 3: by Deniz (new)

Deniz The problem is that you wrote the same thing over and over again. And of course you are wrong about Koontz's "writing circles" around Stephen King. Koontz could not produce a descent story even his life depended on it.


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