50 Books: What the Night Knows by Dean Koontz

Long ago I was a rabid Dean Koontz fan. I read his books immediately upon release. Then I got distracted. They weren’t the same. They seemed depressing. I’m glad I took a chance on this one!

What the Night Knows is Koontz at his best: the fight between good and evil being fought by regular people. John is a homicide cop whose family was butchered when he was 14. Now he’s grown up with a wife and three children of his own. And it seems the man he killed after discovering his family’s slaughter is somehow re-creating his killing spree from 20 years before. How can that be? Who can help John save his family?

This was another hard-to-put-down book. Koontz weaves a tale that is both unbelievable and almost believable. I was rooting for the characters and found them very real.

This book was so good, I gave up Ipad time to read it! That says a lot!

I seem to be on a roll with great books being read. Now I need to find my next one!

What did you read this week?

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