Dean Koontz Message Board

posts on 10/1/2006 6:10:07 PM They are right, to get KOONTZ at his best you really need to read Lightning and Intensity these are two of the best books ever written. The Bad Place is really good also. Velocity was real good, it did drag in a few spots, but all in all it was wonderful
posts on 10/1/2006 12:39:35 PM Its not bad Donna but as I said his earlier works are the best. Look for the stuff he wrote in the late 80ies and 90ies.
posts on 9/30/2006 8:15:54 PM The Bad Place is another great Koontz novel, but the absolute best is Intensity. I haven't read Velocity yet.

posts on 9/30/2006 9:44:35 AM I actually went to a bookstore yesterday and bought Velocity. Did you read that one too?
posts on 9/30/2006 7:35:14 AM Donna, if you have never read Koontz before, then I would highly recommend going back to some of his earlier works. Try Lightning, Watchers or The Bad Place. These are Koontz at his absolute best! Let us know what you think.
posts on 9/29/2006 2:49:08 PM Yes Donna, Both Odd Thomas and Life Expectancy I thought were great books. I would suggest By the Light of the Moon. And, there is a sequal to Odd Thomas; Forever Odd.
posts on 9/29/2006 2:42:29 PM I have read Odd Thomas and Life Expectancy. Both books were great reading, but I am confused on what to read next. They all sound great!
posts on 9/27/2006 1:55:16 AM Frankenstein three is not coming out until 2007? I too hope that its the beginning, but if it said winter 07 then it might be postponed until Nov. or Dec. I feel disappointed, but I'll keep my hopes up.
posts on 9/18/2006 5:00:09 PM I think we need a clue Duncan Green! Help us out cos I havent a clue what you mean.
posts on 9/7/2006 9:57:39 AM A luminous cave is featured in this book. Any ideas, please?
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