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eBook Midnight ePub

by Dean Koontz

  • ISBN: 1850579261
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Dean Koontz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Magna Large Print Books (November 1990)
  • Pages: 667
  • ePub book: 1307 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1147 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 702


Midnight is a novel by American writer Dean Koontz. It was published in 1989. The book is a cross-genre novel. It includes aspects of suspense, science fiction, love story, and horror.

Midnight is a novel by American writer Dean Koontz. As with many Koontz books, Midnight is divided into parts. Part One: Along the Night Coast, contains chapters one through fifty-seven. Part Two: Daybreak in Hades, contains thirty-seven chapters, but is similar to Part One in that it begins with its own 'Chapter One'.

Dean Koontz - Midnight Series -. (Horror, Thriller ) The citizens of Moonlight Cove, California, are changing. Where eerie figures caper. to some midnight music. that only they can hear. The Book of Counted Sorrows. 1. Janice Capshaw liked to run at night. Some are losing touch with their deepest emotions. Others are surrendering to their.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Dean Koontz, the bestselling master of suspense, invites you into the shocking world of Moonlight Cove-where four unlikely survivors confront the darkest realms of human nature. The citizens of Moonlight Cove.

Seattle Times More Praise for Dean Koontz "Dean Koontz is a prose stylist whose lyricism heightens malevolence and .

Seattle Times More Praise for Dean Koontz "Dean Koontz is a prose stylist whose lyricism heightens malevolence and tension. characters of unusual richness and depth. might do well to examine his technique. -Associated Press "In every industry there exist 'artists' that are not only unforgettable, but know their craft better than the rest.

Dean Koontz was born on July 9, 1945 in Everett, Pennsylvania. He received a degree in education from Shippensburg State College in 1967. A former high school English teacher as well as a teacher-counselor with the Appalachian Poverty Program, he began writing as a child to escape an ugly home life caused by his alcoholic father.

(back then in 1992).

The citizens of Moonlight Cove are changing  . (back then in 1992).

It was an old trailer, its enameled finish faded and crackled like the glaze on an ancient vase. It was rusted in a few spots, dented, and set on a concrete-block foundation in a lot that was mostly. Pack knew that many people in Moonlight Cove thought his place was an eyesore, but he just plain did not give a damn. The trailer had an electrical hookup, an oil furnace, and plumbing, which was enough to meet his needs. He was warm, dry, and had a place to keep his beer. It was a veritable palace.

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Siratius Siratius
I grew up reading Dean's books and was really surprised how I missed reading Midnight but so VERY glad I did.
All of his books are page turners,this one's a page burner!
The thrills and twist and turns,I felt upside down part of the time.
I don't want to ruin any part of the book so just buy it sit back and enjoy one of the world's greatest authors alive.
You'll never be disappointed with any of his books.....but keep the lights on for this one.
Gavinranara Gavinranara
As one who reads most of Dean Koontz's books, I like some of them - a lot - and others maybe not so much. While Midnight is probably not my favorite of his works, I did enjoy reading it, and it qualifies as a genuine "page turner". The plot's focus on a blend of natural and man-made terror is interesting, and while not something I would expect to happen, it is not in the realm of total "make believe, either. Not until the last few pages does it seem to have maybe "told" the author it was time to go ahead and finish this one", and maybe this was done with a little less thought than the main story?
invincible invincible
"Neeeeeeed". It takes a while to know why the people are regressing to subhuman form, but once you get the picture, the story is predictable. However, there are subplots that kept my interest. The relationship between the main protagonist and his son was interesting. Overall, I found the book enjoyable.
Gri Gri
Great Koontz!! A wonderfully well crafted book of fiction.Totally unbelievable by today's technology, but who knows what the future holds? It s clear Koontz has a firm grasp on today's progress in cyber technology, and firmly believes there will be future advances in the future, and most likely a few setbacks (as in Midnight).

In other Dean Koontz I have read, and particularly in Midnight, I get the feeling he is writing much about himself:: his concepts of life's meaning, his philosophy of religion, and philosophy in general. (both or and against his beliefs)..He does this by what he has his characters do and say. It is easy to understand why Midnight made the top of the best seller list when it was published, I would recommend itt to anyone, as it was the best of what I have read of Dean Koontz,. Richard G. Hall
Gom Gom
This book is scary, and filled with non-stop thrills. I like Dean Koontz, he is a very good writer and he keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Runemane Runemane
I LOVE this book, not just because I adore every Dean Koontz book, no way! (But really I do, it's my secret addiction ) He just writes so well and captures my imagination in ways only he and Stephen King can do. I feel sorry for future authors of the same genre. ... no body so far has engaged me so well
Gabar Gabar
You might think that a bio tech thriller written before the World Wide Web existed would come off like back to the future, but Koontz really made a timeless classic here.
Prime Koontz, fanciful, deeply imaginative and marvlously written, genre mixed. When he wrote this, he had disciplined himself against his main enemy as a writer, overwriting. He's been slipping on this recently. Let's hope he gets himself together again.