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Watchers Find all of my reviews at I ve managed to live over five and a half dog years without ever reading a Dean Koontz novel However, when I was presented with the opportunity to do a buddy read withI jumped at the chance What do I have to say now that I m finished I mean LOTS better because I really had a pretty horrible time while reading this one In case you too have spent decades ignoring Koontz, here s the lowdown of what Watchers is abou Find all of my reviews at I ve managed to live over five and a half dog years without ever reading a Dean Koontz novel However, when I was presented with the opportunity to do a buddy read withI jumped at the chance What do I have to say now that I m finished I mean LOTS better because I really had a pretty horrible time while reading this one In case you too have spe Unputdownable, with surprisingly deep characterization, and a super smart dog that runs around adorably a nightmarish monster that escapes a laboratory and starts munching on the peaceful population of modern suburbia.An immaculate mix of horror, romance, and action. What started as a buddy read involving Stepheny, Dan 2.0, Delee, Kells and Shelbs, soon descended into organized Koontz shaming Our seemingly harmless group excursion into one of Dean Koontz s best books became a game of Who Can Take the Hottest Squat On E s Childhood That s fine, though, because Kells s and Shelbs s brains have been rotted by reading too much porn, and we all know that Dan 2.0 suffers from Ridiculous Disease, a disease that confuses fiction with real life and makes its suff What started as a buddy read involving Stepheny, Dan 2.0, Delee, Kells and Shelbs, soon descended into organized Koontz Very overratedI had high expectations for the book, because of the almost universal applause it getsand it turned out to be yet another Koontz dog novel.The characters in this novel are shallow and cardboard the ex delta force soldier, a widower, falls in love with an abused woman Of course despite her abuse lasting for years she gets out of the shell in several months and gets pregnant, drives a car, even uses weapons The scene when they have weapons hidden all over their house is qui Very overratedI had high expectations for the book, because of the almost universal applause it getsand it turned out to be yet another Koontz dog novel.The characters in this novel are shallow and cardboard the ex delta force soldier, a widower, falls in love with an abused woman Of course despite her abuse lasting for years she gets out of the shell in several months and gets pregnant, drives a car, even uses weapons The scene when they have weapons hidden all over their I don t even care about all the things wrong with this book, I love it, I m going to 5 it, and I ll internet fight with anyone who wants to question it. We have a responsibility to stand watch over one another, we are watchers, all of us, watchers, guarding against the darknessTravis Cornell truly believes he s cursed Seemingly everyone he s ever loved has suffered an untimely death, including his entire army unit andrecently his wife He s all alone in the world, scared to make any new connections, and he slowly slipping into a dark depression He decides to take a day trip out into those Santa Ana foothills he loved so much asWe have a responsibility to stand watch over one another, we are watchers, all of us, watchers, guarding against the darknessTravis Cornell truly believes he s cursed Seemingly everyone he s ever loved has suffered an untimely death, including his entire army unit andrecently his wife He s all alone in the world, scared to make any new connections, and he slowly slipping into a dark depression He decides to take a day trip out into those Santa Ana foothills he loved so much as a youth, in an attempt to lift his spirits He d like to commune with nature, maybe shoot a few snakes, or shoot himself, who knows As he s hiking down a trail, a Golden Retriever appears in his path, refusing to let him pass.All of her life, Nora Devon has been under the thumb of her overbearing aunt Homeschooled and locked away from the world, constantly reminded of the dangers of men Taught to live vicari I totally enjoyed WatchersHonestly it is what it is, and, yes, some of the characterizations and descriptions were a bit, well, heavy handed But the dog, Einstein, is completely irresistible Mostly is a real page turner It was my before bed reading, and most nights it gave me nightmares, but I couldn t stop reading And did I mention the dog In the first chapter, Travis Cornell is hiking in Santiago Canyon, and he finds or perhaps is found by a stray dog, who seems to be warning him a I totally enjoyed WatchersHonestly it is what it is, and, yes, some of the characterizations and descriptions were a bit, well, heavy handed But the dog, Einstein, is completely irresistible Mostly is a real page turner It was my before bed reading, and most nights it gave me nightmares, but I couldn t stop reading And did I mention the dog In the first chapter, Travis Cornell is hiking in Santiago Canyon, and he finds or perhaps is found by a stray dog, who seems to be warning him a blah Now, I know that when someone writes a book it doesn t have to reflect real life, but does that mean that they couldn t at least try to make it seem real Like whatever is going on in the book could really happen in the real world Do you think that Dean Koontz could have wrote a book that wasn t so drippy with sentimentality towards his favorite breed of dog, that other people could actually get through it Well, I did barely It was soooo dang painful too All his annoying story rec blah Now, I know th From A Top Secret Government Laboratory Come Two Genetically Altered Life Forms One Is A Magnificent Dog Of Astonishing Intelligence The Other, A Hybrid Monster Of A Brutally Violent Nature And Both Are On The Loose Bestselling Author Dean Koontz Presents His Most Terrifying, Dramatic And Moving Novel The Explosive Story Of A Man And A Woman, Caught In A Relentless Storm Of Mankind S Darkest Creation I recently reread this old favorite of mine as an unabridged audiobook It was one of my childhood favorites so I was almost afraid to touch it and ruin the mystique I d built up around it Surprisingly enough, I managed to enjoy most of it despite the fact that I ve become much pickier and crabbier about my reading choices as I ve, eh, matured.This is Koontz s famous tale about genetically engineered animals which is probably muchprobable and frightening now than it was in 1987 Political I recently reread this old favorite of mine as an unabridged audiobook It was one of my childhood favorites so I was almost afraid to touch it and ruin the mystique I d built up around it Surprisingly enough, I managed to enjoy most of it despite the fact that I ve become much pickier and crabbier about my reading choices as I ve, eh, matured.This is Koontz s famous tale about genetically engineered animals which is probably muchprobable and frightening now than it was in 1987 Political bigwigs have managed to fund and create The Outsider , an intelligent killer who lives for the thrill of the kill They ve also created a golden retriever with the intelligence of a bright human I state this because many dogs I know are smarter than many humans I ve come across The government intends to use the dogs as spies to learn about the ever elusive enemy After all, who would ever suspect a goofy retriever of spy tactics These two genetically altered creatures are so smart th


About the Author: Dean Koontz

Acknowledged as America s most popular suspense novelist Rolling Stone and as one of today s most celebrated and successful writers, Dean Ray Koontz has earned the devotion of millions of readers around the world and the praise of critics everywhere for tales of character, mystery, and adventure that strike to the core of what it means to be human.Dean R Koontz has also published under the na Acknowledged as America s most popular suspense novelist Rolling Stone and as one of today s most celebrated and successful writers, Dean Ray Koontz has earned the devotion of millions of readers around the world and the praise of critics everywhere for tales of character, mystery, and adventure that strike to the core of what it means to be human.Dean R Koontz has also published under the names Leigh Nichols, Brian Coffey, David Axton, Owen West, Deanna Dwyer and Aaron Wolfe.Dean, the author of many 1 New York Times bestsellers, lives in Southern California with his wife, Gerda, their golden retriever, Elsa, and the enduring spirit of their goldens, Trixie and Anna.THE SILENT CORNER is available 6.20.17Facebook Facebook.com DeanKoontzOfficialTwitter DeanKoontzWebsite DeanKoontz.com


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