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Strangers [BOOKS] ✸ Strangers Author Dean Koontz – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Six Strangers Are Unaccountably Seized By Nightmares, Attacks Of Fear, And Bouts Of Uncharacteristic Behavior The Six Begin To Seek Each Other Out As Puzzling Photographs And Messages Arrive, Indicati Six Strangers Are Unaccountably Seized By Nightmares, Attacks Of Fear, And Bouts Of Uncharacteristic Behavior The Six Begin To Seek Each Other Out As Puzzling Photographs And Messages Arrive, Indicating That The Cause May Lie In A Forgotten Weekend Stay At An Isolated Nevada Motel Koontz Has Topped A Fine Roster Of Horror And Suspense Novels With An Almost Unbearably Suspenseful Page Turner His Ability To Maintain The Mystery Through Several Plot Twists Is Impressive, As Is His Array Of Believable And Sympathetic Characters With Its Masterful Blend Of Elements Of Espionage, Terror, And Even Some Science Fiction, Strangers May Be The Suspense Novel Of The Year.


10 thoughts on “Strangers

  1. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    We may be teetering on the brink of a whole new world Are you ready for it This review is complicated for me Dean Koontz s Strangers is an amalgamation of many things techno thriller psychological horror science fiction It s quite unlike DK s other 1980s novels The book does contain some pretty creepy scenes, but the terror generated here is vested in the not knowing the something terrible happened to me but I don t know what scenario Strangers is a longish book, at 700 or so pages,We may be teetering on the brink of a whole new world Are you ready for it This review is complicated for me Dean Koontz s Strangers is an amalgamation of many thi...


  2. Paul O& Paul O& says:

    Changing my rating on this since I remember that it was just awful And that Koontz writing is dire I found that I enjoyed this in the same way that you enjoy a terrible film It is entertaining because it is so bad That being said I might pick up a Koontz book again just for the lolz.


  3. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    Picture me beating my head against a wallor a table.or a desk, or something Dean Koontz can write a good book, he s written several that rate among my favorites This isn t one.To be fair different books by DK rate high and low with different people I ve read that this was his first best seller Cool I see that there are a lot of people who love it and for them I m happy Really.For me this book was too long for the story it told The disparate characters of the story each struggling wi Picture me beating my head against a wallor a table.or a desk, or something Dean Koontz can write a good book, he s written several that rate among my favorites This isn t one.To be fair different books by DK rate high and low with different people I ve read that this w...


  4. Maciek Maciek says:

    Strangers 1986 Strangers is not your typical Koontz book It was his first hardcover bestseller and the first book he wrote without resorting to outlines.Plus it bears a glowing endorsment from Stephen King, who states that it s The best novel he has written.The novel is concerned with a group of strangers from all over the USA a surgeon, a writer, a motel keeper, a priest and a thief who are troubled by different phobias nyctophobia, somnambulism, anxiety They have nothing in commo Strangers 1986 Strangers is not your typical Koontz book It was his first hard...


  5. Tressa Tressa says:

    I picked up a bag full of old Koontz books, and this is the one I chose to read first I m glad I did Although it s a dense book, it was worth the wait slowly getting to know the characters and having their fears revealed little by little, one by one When the strangers convene once again at the Tranquility Inn to get to ...


  6. C. Lorion C. Lorion says:

    I read Strangers years ago, and it s probably about time for a reread For me, it s that good, my second favorite Koontz book behind Watchers which was written in 1987, the year after Strangers was published.Dominick Corvaisis, authorGinger Weiss, surgeonErnie Block, U.S.M.C ret , and his wife, Faye BlockBrendan Cronin, priest and curateJack Twist, former Army Ranger and P.O.W., professional thiefJorja Monatella, formerly Rykoff, Las Vegas casino cocktail waitressSix people, sixwait for it I read Strangers years ago, and it s probably about time for a reread For me, it s that good, my second favorite Koontz book behind Watchers which was written in 1987, the year after Strangers was published.Dominick Corvaisis, authorGinger Weiss, surgeonErnie Block, U.S.M.C ret , and his wife, Faye BlockBrendan Cronin, priest and curateJack Twist, former Army Ranger and P.O.W., professional thiefJorja Monatella, formerly Rykoff, Las Vegas casino cocktail waitressSix people, sixwait for itStrangers , each afflicted by different andwait for itstrange maladies, each unable to figure out on his her own what is causing ...


  7. Wendi Wendi says:

    I used to love Koontz, when I was in junior high What happened Oh, I know, I grew up and realized that his characters are absolutely ridiculous Dean Koontz, much like his mid life crisis make over from bald mustached guy to full of head of hair and clean shaven face, is just one big old cliche There, I said it This book had promise Again, I had read it years ago, but it didn t stick with me, so when I saw it at the used book store I had to pick it up again I should have kept the three dol I used to love Koontz, when I was in junior high What happened Oh, I know, I grew up and realized that his characters are absolutely ridiculous Dean Koontz, much like his mid life crisis make over from bald mustached guy to full of head of hair and clean shaven face, is just one big old clich...


  8. Karen B. Karen B. says:

    This was probably my fourth time reading this book and I have to say this is one example of Koontz at his best Maybe it s because of my advancing years causing me to be forgetful, but I think it s Koontz magic that makes this book just as exciting as that first night in 1986 or 1987 when I stayed up much too late just to finish it It bristled with excitement with each new piece of the puzzle trying to figure out what exactly happened to these strangers that links them together I loved all of This was probably my fourth time reading this book and I have to say this is one example of Koontz at his best Maybe it s b...


  9. Melissa Melissa says:

    I enjoyed this book It had some suspenseful moments I wish I could have given itthan 3 stars HoweverIt was long Too long There were many unnecessary characters and events which had absolutely no point except to add to the word count And everything was described with such meticulous detail Too much detail.I was disappointed with the ending It could have been so muchThankfully everything wrapped up nicely, but all that momentum built up in the beginning of the novel came to I enjoyed this book It had some suspenseful moments I wish I could have given itthan 3 stars HoweverIt was long Too long There were many unnecessary characters and events which had absolutely no po...


  10. Hyejung Hyejung says:

    This is not one of his best books It drew you in because you wanted to know what happened to the characters to connect them, but I thought the end was anti climatic The actual story of the event that occurred to the characters was sort of boring an interesting concept, but not told in an interestin...


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