Dean Koontz Message Board

Chiyo posts on 6/26/2005 12:40:10 AM hey thanks a lot i apreciate you going to the effort of finding out. thanks i have a quest to read all of them and if there are the many i will have to start reading lite speed.
Cynster posts on 6/25/2005 10:51:59 PM I found a website that listed 74 novels under various psuedonyms. There are also many short-stories (not included in my reply). I counted twice, hopefully that is a correct account. This list also includes three books that are non-fiction. I've read more of his novels than I realized!
Chiyo posts on 6/22/2005 10:12:08 PM Hey does anyone know how many dean koontz books there are ive read read about 25 so far and would like to know how many i have left to catch up with the number he writes so does anyone know

Pat Surrey posts on 6/19/2005 11:36:46 AM If you havent read Watcher yet DONT MISS IT. I love this book and have read at least 3 times. As a dog lover I am so happy he does not use them for schock value. There is not enough good things I can say about his works. Some to be honest I not sure I love but I like them all.
Cynster posts on 6/18/2005 11:46:34 PM Hello Pat! I am new to this post. No worries--I am very much a lover of anything Dean Koontz. I just finished reading Velocity. It was excellent as usual. Right now I am reading The House of Thunder. I have been reading Koontz for about a year now. So far, I think I've read about 32 of his novels. I WILL read them all. Ha! I think the 2nd book to Frankenstein will be out soon. I keep looking for it. Now I pre-order as soon as I find out a new one is on it's way. The only novel that he's written, so far, that it was hard for me to get into was Icebound. Have you noticed how his novels have "threads" that tie them together in some form or another. It's hard to explain. This, however, is just one of the many reasons that I enjoy these novels so much. Take care :).
Pat Surrey posts on 6/17/2005 9:37:22 PM Was it something I said? Where is everyone. I thought this was a busy board i really would like to know others opinion.
Pat Surrey posts on 6/8/2005 10:15:07 PM I love this book, I have read it many times. Its one of the few books that made me laugh and cry. I also love the fact that Dean is an dog lover like me and I dont have to worry if there is a dog in the story it will be killed. I know he is one of the best writers today and I buy his name with out reading any reviews because I trust him to give me a great story. Thank you for all the many hours of joy you have givin me.
Larry Kinney posts on 6/1/2005 3:02:09 PM Hi all, I have some Signed Lettered Cemetery Dance editions for auction. Included is Fear Nothing and The Best of CD (signed by Knootz, King, Laymon) You can find them under my ebay name, larryki Thanks, Larry
Kellie posts on 5/27/2005 9:46:34 PM I made the mistake of reading Sieze the Night first and now am trying to find if the third book has been written. I am an avid Koontz fan and am not used to things not really ENDING surely there must be more!!
oddsugars posts on 4/22/2005 2:33:26 PM yes there will be a third chris snow book (the first was 'fear nothing'the second was 'seize the night') no i dont know when or what it will be called
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