Posted in Uncategorized

The Voice of the Night by Dean Koontz Review

While it’s always enjoyable to get into huge, epic stories with a massive cast of characters and an incredible tale, sometimes the best books
can be incredibly short, sweet, and to the point. That is the case with Dean Koontz’s novel, The Voice of the Night. Following the friendship
between two boys, Colin and Roy, and the troubling developments that come when Colin realizes there’s something not quite right with Roy, this
book features a very small and intimate cast, where all but two or three of the characters are truly likeable, and readers are given a fantastic
look into the horrors humanity is capable of inflicting on itself and how few innocent people reside in it, and how even an innocent can be
turned and twisted into something unimaginable. For those looking for a short and intimate read, then The Voice of the Night by Dean Koontz
is for you. Filled with the classic elements of horror and mystery, this is a great read and well worth the time and effort.

Posted in Uncategorized

Review Wednesdays: Watchers by Dean Koontz

Watchers by Dean Koontz was a phenomenal read. Speaking as a pet owner, (particularly a Golden Retriever owner), this book really pulled on the heart strings while building some great suspense and terrifying horror. The mystery of the stories unknown creature, The Outsider, was very well done and I thought it was a smart move not to include parts of the book where we were taken into the point of view of both The Outsider and the Golden Retriever, Einstein, both whom become the central focus of the story. The action was equaled by the intense drama and emotional struggles of the characters, and Einstein is one of the most beloved animals in the written word. For anyone who loves Dean Koontz, horror/mystery books, or emotional stories about pets, then I recommend Watchers by Dean Koontz!