August Pick : Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz

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August Pick : Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz

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Jul 27, 2007, 2:01am

A Summary from Amazon

"A-Christopher Snow understands the night. He, like the owl, is nocturnal, living on the mysterious darker edge of society. Snow is afflicted with xeroderma pigmentosum, a rare and often-fatal genetic disease that makes ultraviolet rays-even those from lamps and televisions-deadly. His condition makes him a pariah in the isolated small town of Moonlight Bay where the ignorant and insensitive fear what they do not know. As the action begins, Snow's father dies, leaving him with only a handful of offbeat but fiercely loyal friends to turn to for understanding. At the morgue, Snow accidentally witnesses his father's body being replaced with the mutilated corpse of a vagrant. Before he can find out what is behind this scandal, he receives a frantic summons from a friend who is brutally murdered before she can finish explaining a strange story about monkeys and a secret project at the government compound at the edge of town. What begins as a disturbing puzzle quickly becomes a sinister conspiracy as Snow uncovers evidence of uncanny intelligence in many of the local animals and inhumanely vicious tendencies in some of the human residents of the Bay. They are "becoming" he learns, but becoming what? Chilling chase scenes steadily increase the breakneck pace as Snow, assisted by his remarkable dog, is pursued through the night by unseen forces. Despite some clunky and unnecessary surfer slang, fans will go wild for this well-plotted thriller."

Ago 2, 2007, 4:31pm

I read this one years ago and only vaguely remember it, but I do remember rather enjoying it. Perhaps I'll have to get it out again and re-read it...

3TinazReading Primeira Mensagem
Ago 9, 2007, 1:59am

Oh, good choice! This was my first Dean Koontz book. Loved it!

Set 13, 2007, 4:36pm

Very good book. The second Christopher Snow book is also good. I wish he'd write more

Jul 17, 2010, 1:47pm

#4: He keeps putting off writing the last in the Moonlight Bay Trilogy. Beh.

I just read this one. (fear nothing) I rather liked it. ^_^

Nov 8, 2011, 10:18am

I enjoyed it as well