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Dean Koontz was born in Everett, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Bedford. He won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition when he was twenty and has been writing ever since. Mr. Koontz's books are published in 38 languages. Worldwide sales total more than 175 million copies, a figure that currently increases at a rate of more than 350 million copies a year. Dean and his wife, Gerda, live in southern California.
Most of "The Vision" was underwhelming. But with about a third of the story left and the characters involved in a ludicrous Ouija board scene, my reading brain snagged the plot... Read morePublished on May 21 2013 by Chris
Not my favorite, but an acceptable read. An enjoyable easy read. Koontz books don't require a lot of deep thought.Published on Jan. 22 2013 by don harris
Loved this book. Though through the whole book I just knew who the person after her was... yet I found out I really didn't know.Published on Aug. 28 2003 by M. Bennett
In this slim novel, originally written in the late 1970s, many of the standard elements of Koontz's better work appear: psychic ability, a romantic element, gripping prose. Read morePublished on April 27 2003 by Tracy Davis
This book completely took over my rainy afternoon and turned into a study in facinating mystery! The central character of this book is Mary Bergen, a sweet, sensitive, psychic. Read morePublished on March 2 2003 by NurseMare
After being sexually assaulted and nearly killed 24 years ago when she was only 6 at the time, Mary Bergen was left with the psychic ability to foresee similar crimes committed on... Read morePublished on April 6 2002
Brisk, easy, satisfying early Koontz thriller, that suffers only from stuffing too much paranormal phenomena into too few pages. Read morePublished on April 6 2002 by Bruce Rux
Mere days ago I slammed Mr. Koontz for his horrible novel Demon Seed. From it one would (and probably should) get the sense that I was unwilling to give Koontz another chance. Read morePublished on April 1 2002 by Chris MB