September was a wash. Didn’t get around to writing my columns for September. It’s the first time I missed the schedule and I apologize for that. I’m going to a bi-weekly schedule. These columns will be publishing now the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month to the best of my ability.
Today let’s talk about an old favorite of mine.
is an author I’ve read consistently in the past. Haven’t read much of his recent fiction but I devoured is old fiction.
The Bad Place
Each time Frank Pollard awakes from a night’s sleep something odd has happened that he can’t remember. What is happening to Frank? Where does he go during the night that he can’t recall?
Two genetically modified animals play a huge role in this thriller, one a collie named Einstein and one a dangerous hybrid must eventually cross paths but until that time arises, you’ll be in for one long day or night of page flipping. I read this in two days. Simply couldn’t put it down. First Koontz book I read.
Time travel and a young woman who come perilously close to jeopardy time and again if not for her own “guardian angel” who appears during lightning storms.
Six strangers are drawn to each by similar terrors they experience that may be linked to a time they all spent together in a Nevada hotel. What is causing these memories and terrors to surface now?
I’ve read other books by Koontz as well. These four continue to resonate however, even after over ten years.
Until next time…
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