The Servants of Twilight

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2011 - Fiction - 592 pages
29 Reviews
An ordinary parking lot in southern California. Christine Scavello and her six-year-old son are accosted by a strange old woman. “I know who you are,” she snaps at the boy. “I know what you are.” A scream, a threat—and then a grotesque act of violence. Suddenly Christine’s pride and joy, her only son, is targeted by a group of religious fanatics. They’ve branded him the Antichrist. They want to kill him. And they are everywhere…

Includes an afterword by the author
 

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User Review  - Rontab - Goodreads

I like the religious cult story line and its pace. The ending's loose ends need to be tied up, however. Read full review

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User Review  - Mat - Goodreads

Dean Koontz started with a bang, it dragged in the middle and ended with no clear conclusion. Author does not give a clear view of his idea on "satan". Just a scene at the end raises a little ... Read full review

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PART THREE The Hounds
Chapter 1
NEWAFTERWORD 1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR

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Dean Koontz is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of the bestselling writers in the world. He lives in Newport Beach with his wife.

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