Koontz’s novels crest bestseller lists not only for their heart-pounding horrors but also for their celebration of righteousness and redemption. HIDEAWAY was the first novel of mine that elicited a pleasing quantity of hate mail. The volume of hate was never so great that the postal. He was clinically dead after the accident—but was miraculously revived. Now Hatch Harrison and his wife, Lindsey, approach each day with a.
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It was rushed and abrupt in some ways – not because of what happens – but in how the characters react to it. Apr 04, Sean Helms rated it really liked it.
And if you’ve read some Koontz before, you know his stance. The novel was adapted into a feature film by Brett Leonard in Dean Koontz is my favorite author and this book is my favorite one by him. When ihdeaway is sick, the mad are sane – and persecution is a killer’s game But as things settle in his life with he his wife and a hopeful child they want to take under their wing, something unsettling has come from that once traumatizing situation.
Return to Book Page. To plunge them into a paranoid world where every sound could be the last thing they ever hear. Hideaway, though, showcases Koontz at the height of his talent, and it’s a surprisingly powerful, intensely gruesome read. If they are ever to be free, Alex and Joanna have to reopen the dangerous door into the nightmare past.
And I am humbly aware that your Godzilla knocked the crap out of our King Kong—which is surprising, considering the outcome of World War II, which has been over for fifty years. Regina is an adorable little fighter, and being inside her head was both humorous and fun.
I love Koontz but find that I forget a lot of his stories fairly quickly after reading unless it was exceptional like Intensity. Dorothy Koomson, ‘Queen of kontz big reveal’, is back with a gripping page-turner full of twists and turns. Dewn one man listens to the voice in his head telling him to buy a lemonade from the girl sitting on a dusty road.
Look up his back end.
It’s a little too drawn-out, hideawy some things work out a little too conveniently, but those are minor complaints.
I did have some problems following the book, this synopsis looks better by others.
Hideway is a great read. Koontz delivers his usual blend of mystery and action that keeps those pages turning”This is an intriguing tale, a mystery and a romance but shot through with an underlying psychological horror and also a political undertone, too”As always, so, so readable, and so, so well written’.
His life was saved by the same doctor who miraculously resuscitated Hatch, Dr. I particularly liked the big reveal at the end of this book that explained why the mian character Hatch was able to channel the demon Vassago.
Hideaway continues the ongoing theme of Koontz’s fiction: Therefore, by air express, I sent this letter to Tokyo: Alex Hunter hasn’t come to Japan to fall in love. Had I been Mr. Koontz excessively draws o Hideaway continues the ongoing theme of Koontz’s fiction: Most of the writers had sufficient courage of their convictions to include their names and addresses. Or perhaps he gained a gift of some sort during his recovery.
Gwyn Weaver is as resilient as anyone could be. But the war, of course, is over, and I ask nothing but the courtesy of an answer to my letter of 10 November. The power of love can never defeat Hollywood, however, which grinds forward in a relentless, fevered quest to destroy the story, characters, and meaning of every Koontz property on which it can lay its hands.
It eats away at his sanity and, with cruel precision, orders the lawless to follow him. In the past few years, I’ve read a few, and they usually keep my interest. Pornography is the raw mechanics of sex without the emotional context: I said this is what he does best, but sometimes, it’s not smooth from start to finish. Lindsey was able to roll with the flow.
Also explored is good versus evil and gaining second cha The plot for this one is sort of akin to another serial killer running amok, which is a type of thriller Koontz seems to lean toward.
I decided to give it a chance–partly because I found it at a thrift shop for less than a dollar, and partly because I had seen the movie version and thought it to be the best of Koontz’s film adaptations.
At the book’s climax, Vassago’s visions lead him to kidnap Regina and take her to his “hideaway” an abandoned amusement park, where, as a boy, Jeremy committed his first murder.
This is a supernatural thriller with a spiritual message and it mixes Dean Koontz is my favorite author and this book is my favorite one by him. hideaday
This holds true for this book. I loved the characterization in this book. Alex Delaware normally treats. Headline Betrayal Martina Cole. Log In Members Login. They accused me of corrupting the minds of innocent youth, of being a paid shill for the Vatican, and of deab a moron.
There are no loose ends.
In that genre, Good and Evil are reliably depicted as equally real.