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Two secretive, lonely people desperately flee a clandestine agency with a hidden fascist agenda, pursued by an insidiously evil operative with full ac...

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ProGreat action

ContraCould make you paranoid

I first read this novel about four years ago and remembered that I could not put it down, so when I was clearing out books to sell on Ebay I thought I’d read it again as I could not remember the exact ending. *THE STORYLINE* The novel is centred on the main character, Spencer Grant, and his...

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Excellent

ProOne of Koontz's better ones

ContraSome might be put off by the length - a whopping 7...

I’d been putting off reading this mammoth of a book for a while, it’s a whopping 728 pages (including Koontz’s rant at the back about freedom – more on that later). I’m glad I did though, it gave me something more than the usual Koontz fare, it’s a book that provokes thought. Following a pattern...

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“Creepy, Creepy”

published 22/02/2001

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Dark Rivers of the Heart" is one of Koontz' best books to date. Most of the story centres around the protagonist, Spencer Grant's, efforts to locate a mysterious woman named Valerie Keene and their attempts to evade capture/death by a psychotic government agent working for an extremely corrupt...

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Excellent

“Amazing”

published 29/04/2003

ProVery hard to put down

Contranone at all

I have read a lot of Dean Koontz books and i love them all. When reading "Dark Rivers of the Heart" it's amazing how quickly and completely i was pulled into the book, the writing itself was fantastic as if every word was designed for the biggest impact it could give, leaving you eager for the...

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Excellent

“Black Book”

published 20/01/2001

ProSuperb book, thoroughly gripping

ContraNone

I got this book and it had ablack cover and it was big and thick (about 800 pages). I started reading it , and had read half the book before I put it down. The scond half was just as gripping. Koontz output is prodious and almost alway very high quality. He seldom produces waffle and therefore...

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