Dean Koontz Message Board

Mike M posts on 3/7/2010 12:14:58 AM I'm finding that one of the most enjoyable parts of Koontz's is that well-developed and entirely human and interesting characters that are explored. Does anyone know if any of Dean Koontz's characters ever encounter each other? Are there any repeat characters, other than Odd Thomas (being the only one I know of that appears in more than one book)?
duncangry posts on 8/9/2008 3:14:17 PM I am trying to locate a Dean Koontz book that involves a luminous cave which is poisoning a lake (I think) Regards.
Anonymous posts on 10/22/2007 2:44:03 PM when is the next frankenstein book coming out i have city of nights and the prodigal son

John Arciaga posts on 10/15/2007 5:43:41 PM You know, I am starting to read your book "Midnight" and it's really scary! This is the first book I've read so far in your works and I am really looking forward to read all of your books. I borrowed the book from my school library!
Elizabeth Neill posts on 9/7/2007 10:16:14 AM Can any fans of the Odd Thomas series recommend something similar with that touch of quirky humor? Thanks, Elizabeth
posts on 7/16/2006 1:20:32 AM My wife and I have been collecting Dean Koontz's writings since Whispers came out in 1980. We are retiring and moving to Costa Rica and find it impossible to ship the books. We will be selling them on eBay over the next year as we havee time. We have everything he has written with the exception of the Reflector Literary Magazine. Most are signed 1st editions in fine, unread condition. This will include everything written since 1968, sci-fi digests and all. If you are a serious collector, keep an eye out. UserID is waggoner41.
posts on 5/12/2006 11:26:55 AM The book was a quick read. I am 14 and i read it in 26 hours. Be careful the ending will blow you away. Keep a box of tissues handy
pat posts on 3/21/2006 11:22:59 PM Hi.Crystal, Welcome to the board. If you have not gotten around to a book called Watchers please do so soon. If you like dogs you will love this book. Even if you saw the movies (which were very bad) you will like this book.
Crystal Taylor posts on 3/21/2006 4:33:07 PM I'm only 12 and really love these books. How I started reading them is my best friend found it in a library and she thought it looked interesting so she read it and said that I should read it. So I did. And I just loved it even though it had bad words and blood and gore. So I'm on my 2nd book!! I can't wait to read all of them!
john posts on 12/12/2005 11:18:04 AM Molly's troubled memories deal with her being the subject of emotional and sometimes physical abuse dealt primarily by the hands of her unfit mother and her mother's dangerous boyfriend.
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