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eBook Dead Town (Dean Koontz's Frankenstein) epub
  • ISBN: 0007353855
  • Author: Dean R. Koontz
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper; 1st Edition edition (January 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 368 pages
  • ePUB size: 1220 kb
  • FB2 size 1954 kb
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Dean Koontz's Frankenstein is the collective title of five novels co-written by Dean Koontz. Though technically of the mystery or thriller genres, the novels also feature the trappings of horror, fantasy, and science fiction

Dean Koontz's Frankenstein is the collective title of five novels co-written by Dean Koontz. Though technically of the mystery or thriller genres, the novels also feature the trappings of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. The first three books form a trilogy: Prodigal Son, co-written with Kevin J. Anderson, was published in 2004; City of Night, co-written with Ed Gorman, was published in 2005; and Dead and Alive, written without a co-writer, was released on July 28, 2009.

Dean Koontz’s enthralling Frankenstein series has redefined the classic legend of infernal ambition and harrowing retribution for a new century and a. .Frankenstein: the dead town. The war against humanity is raging.

Dean Koontz’s enthralling Frankenstein series has redefined the classic legend of infernal ambition and harrowing retribution for a new century and a new age. Now the master of suspense delivers an unforgettable novel that is at once a thrilling adventure in itself and a mesmerizing conclusion to his saga of the modern monsters among us. As the small town of Rainbow Falls, Montana, comes under siege, scattered survivors come together to weather the onslaught of the creatures set loose upon the world.

Dean Koontz, the author of many New York Times bestsellers, lives in Southern California with his wife, Gerda, their golden retriever, Elsa, and the enduring spirit of their goldens, Trixie and Anna.

Acclaim for dean koontz’s. Relax, Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein, volume one of which, Prodigal Son, was a pulse-pounder all the way, is going to be a trilogy. Book one: prodigal son. Like expert plate-spinner, the up a dizzying array of narrative viewpoints and cycle through them effortlessly. But don’t expect to relax all that much. This book cooks, no second-volume doldrums anywhere in i. Smart dialogue and cutting-edge scientific notions are the oh-so-sweet icing on this delectable thriller’s irresistible, devourable cake.

Dean Koontz’s enthralling Frankenstein series has redefined the classic legend of infernal ambition and . FRANKENSTEIN: THE DEAD TOWN The war against humanity is raging

Dean Koontz’s enthralling Frankenstein series has redefined the classic legend of infernal ambition and harrowing retribution for a new century and a new age. FRANKENSTEIN: THE DEAD TOWN The war against humanity is raging.

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Koontz Dean - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. For such a character, one book is not enough-readers must know what happens next

Koontz Dean - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. For such a character, one book is not enough-readers must know what happens next. Now Dean Koontz returns with the novel his fans have been demanding. Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas is one of those rare literary heroes who have come alive in readers' imaginations as he explores the greatest mysteries of this world and the next with his inimitable wit, heart, and quiet gallantry.

The cataclysmic conclusion to Koontz's brilliant reworking of the classic tale. The war against humanity is raging. As the small town of Rainbow Falls, Montana, comes under siege, scattered survivors come together to weather the onslaught. Victor Frankenstein's nihilistic plan is to remake the future: a future in which mankind will be annihilated. To accomplish this aim he has created nothing less than the shock troops of the Apocalypse. Now the alliance of the good must make their last, best stand and do battle against overwhelming odds. And Deucalion, Frankenstein's original and flawed attempt at replicating life, must finally confront his evil creator. In a climax that will shatter every expectation, the fate of humanity hangs in the balance...
Comments: (7)
INwhite
To say I was disappointed with this book is putting it lightly. I've loved this series since the first book, but starting with Lost Souls and now this... I've been really let down.

That isn't to say that there aren't good parts to this book. Erika V and Jocko are still great characters, and there are a few interesting scenes, but in the end the book is a mess. Victor is a laughable antagonist, whose so arrogent that he never really feels like a threat. The Builders are interesting, but they get overused, and the book lacks the darker, violent edge that made the first two so interesting.

The biggest problem is the sheer number of plotlines. When new characters and storylines are still being introduced during the last 75 pages, it just screams of padding. Then the ending, which should be pulse pounding and exciting, is glossed over and tied up with a "and they all lived happily ever after."

Really not very good, and a disappointing way to wrap things up.
Rko
The fifth and final book in the Frankenstein series has reminded me of why I am such a fan of Dean Koontz. It is gripping from beginning to end and really hard to tear yourself away from.I had been losing faith in Koontz, as more and more of his books had left me with a "what a waste of my time" kind of feeling, and when I began reading the 4th book I was very concerned I was again going to be disappointed, but Koontz really pulled it off. My complaint with some of his recent novels has been that he has spent so much of the novel developing and building up, that I find myself 30 pages from the end with no hint of a resolution, and the conclusion feels like he was running out of time and tried to wrap everything up too quickly. Thus was my worry as I delved into book 4. It seemed like he was introducing too many characters and too many settings to be able to adequately be able to flesh each out and bring back in to a neat conclusion, but he DEFINITELY succeeded! I would have liked to hear a bit more on the resolution (on both the good and bad guys sides) but all in all I felt that most of the questions were answered, and the story was brought to a very well rounded out conclusion. I'd like to see Koontz return to writing novels this gripping as the standard, as opposed to this being a rare gem in an increasingly disappointing line up.
Use_Death
How to start? this book sucked from start to finish...
I read the first when it came out, it was good then Mr Koontz decided we must wait years and years for the follow up while he writes like 30 books in between, more sucky than the next, Odd Thomas anyone??
Since I'm a sucker I read them all grinding my teeth, hoping the next one would be good, after all, Koonz gave us (me) so many great reads in the past.

Then all of a sudden he's cranking out Frankenstein's like there's no tomorrow...
This one is my last, that't it, I swear off the Dean. I'm not even going to bother recapping it, it's an atrocious bible thumping monstrosity, the worse being that horrible little dwarf character whose name my mind has blocked, it annoyed me more than Golum in the LOFTR trilogy.

I've come to realize that Koonz has let his religious belief take a front seat to the detriment of his art, every book I read of his for the past decade is more bible thumping than the next, the last few? I actually felt preached to. I do not mind my belief and opinion challenged by a book, that's why I read but I resent being talked to like a child at Sunday school. if you don't believe me, read "the taking"

As for the present book, it was nauseating, all that preachy BS about how good middle America is and the good folks salt of the Earth and the evils of big cities and snooty smarty pants elitist intellectuals (I guess Dean hasn't heard about the Crystal meth epidemic and it's origins) it's also an open love letter to the NRA and the Tea Party with the President of the United States as the bad guy who would take our guns and freedoms (since the book is happening now guess who that is?) really, it could have been written by Glen Beck with it's end of the world let's go to the bunker with our guns vibe.

YUCK!
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