Dean Koontz’ “THE CITY” May Be His Best Novel Yet

The City

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you may know that I am a huge fan of Dean Koontz.  I've written before about his best-selling mystery novel Innocence--and, at the same time, told you of my affection for Odd Thomas, Koontz' 19-year-old fry cook whose story has become a popular series and a film.I believe, though, that Koontz' newest novel, The City, has the potential to overtake even his blockbuster Odd Thomas series  in popularity.That's because The City is perhaps the most phil … [Read more...]

“INNOCENCE”: Latest Blockbuster from Dean Koontz Blends Mystery, Suspense and Acute Insight

Koontz - Innocence

I’m a huge Dean Koontz fan.  I love his brand of “stealth evangelization”, the way he proposes a moral concept in the context of a sci-fi novel.  I especially love his character Odd Thomas, the squeaky-clean 19-year-old fry cook who sees dead people and bodachs.  Evidence of my addiction:  In my hallway is a bookcase (a narrow bookcase, granted, but still…) with three full shelves of Koontz novels.So when Koontz’ newest thriller Innocence hit bookstores last month, I was at the top of the lis … [Read more...]