The Dead Town

The Dead Town

eBook - 2011
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Owl-eyed and terrified, Warren Snyder occupied an armchair in his living room. He sat stiff, erect, his hands upturned in his lap. Now and then his right hand shook. His mouth hung slightly open, and his lower lip trembled almost continuously.
Publisher: [Grand Haven, Mich.] : Brilliance Audio, 2011.
ISBN: 9780440423300
0440423309
Branch Call Number: Downloadable Ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource (350 p.)
Additional Contributors: HCPLC OverDrive

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DannyRaye
Jul 29, 2019

The perfect climax and ending to a thrilling series. Koontz's talent for writing shows his best work yet in the Dead Town. Best book of the series, best ending to any storyline I have ever read. Props for satisfying character developments, multiple perspectives that created an environment of this Montana town, and high suspense all throughout. Definitely what we have been waiting for. Well done.

JewelMcLatchy Mar 19, 2013

I also really enjoyed the original trilogy, but I feel like the fifth book was a more fitting end to wrap things up entirely. Not as good as the first three, but were definitely for those who didn't like the loose ends at the end of book 3. Feel sorry for Johnny Depp - Jocko really doesn't like him!

fmisaac Oct 17, 2011

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BlueMoonGirl
Jul 09, 2011

It's nice that arrogance doesn't get to win the game and humanity still has a place in the world. Victor was a truly evil character. I enjoyed this whole "Frankenstein" series and look forward to whatever Koontz has planned for us in the future

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