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He leads an unusual life — the spirits of the lingering dead come to him for justice. But as Odd applies his unique talents to the task of finding the missing person, he discovers something worse than a dead body, encounters an enemy of exceptional cunning, and spirals into a vortex of terror. For Odd is about to face an enemy who eclipses any he has yet encountered, as he embarks on a journey of mystery, wonder, and sheer suspense that surpasses all that has come before. Now the forces arrayed against him have both official sanction and an infinitely more sinister authority…and in this dark night of the soul, dawn will come only after the most shattering revelations of all. Tags anna anton yelchin ashley bell blog blog post brother odd dean dean koontz dean koontz books dean koontz novels dean koontz writing deeply odd dog ebook fantasy Fiction finale forever odd Frankenstein hollywood innocence koontz koontz books last light movies mystery new fiction odd apocalypse odd interlude oddkins odd thomas books odd thomas movie Odd Thomas Series preorder Prodigal Son saint odd stephen sommers story ideas television series the city thriller trixie wilderness Willem Dafoe writing. Sign up for Dean's free newsletter and for news, previews, and more!
Dean Koontz is an extremely prolific author known for his suspense thriller novels. However, he also adds elements of other genres such as horror, sci-fi, mystery and satire. He mostly has written standalone novels, although he also is the author of a number of series, including the Black Bat Mysteries Mike Tucker , Moonlight Bay, Odd Thomas and Frankenstein. Invasion was written under the pen name of Aaron Wolfe. Prisoner of Ice aka Icebound was written as David Axton.
This is a list of every work written by Dean Koontz. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved January 2, Retrieved December 14, Retrieved August 24, Works by Dean Koontz.
Dean Koontz is a popular author of novels, short stories, and poetry in the United States, and has had fourteen of his novels reach the number one position on the New York Times Bestseller List, with several others reaching other positions. His novels have sold over million copies worldwide and have been translated in to 38 different languages. He is considered one of the most successful authors alive today. Many who have never even read his works, and have simply seen his books on the shelves recognize his name. His childhood had a strong influence on his writing as he grew older. He attended Shippensburg State College in Pennsylvania where he won an Atlantic Monthly competition for his writing, which further encouraged him to continue.
Dean Koontz went from being the quintessential struggling writer to dominating the suspense thriller genre with works in the fields of horror , fantasy , science fiction , and mystery. He was hardly an overnight success, but his long list of works is evidence of his popularity and longevity. Much of Koontz's early work was in the form of short fiction. He wrote evenings and weekends while working as an English teacher. When his wife offered to support him for five years while he tried to make a go of being a writer, he was free to kick-start what would become a long and impressive career. The '70s were formative years for Koontz as he experimented with different genres. His first formal recognition of success came with a Hugo nomination for his novel "Beastchild.