The Voice of the Night

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Penguin, Jul 1, 1991 - Fiction - 352 pages
7 Reviews
No one could understand why Colin and Roy were best friends. Colin was so shy; Roy was so popular. Colin was nervous around girls; Roy was a ladies’ man. Colin was fascinated by Roy—and Roy was fascinated with death. Then one day Roy asked his timid friend, “You ever killed anything?” And from that moment on, the two were bound together in a game too terrifying to imagine…and too irresistible to stop.


Includes an afterword by the author
 

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This was a quick and very enjoyable read. I started to read this book one night before I went to bed and realized I could'nt put it down. I got half way through the book and told myself I should go to bed, but I just had to know what happened next. Next thing you know I read the whole book. Read full review

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I really loved this book, I was able to put myself into a position where I was concerned with Colin's and Roy's friendship, which is a good thing.
I admit, it's not Koontzs' best work, it goes by a little too fast for my liking.

Contents

LOCAL BOY DIES IN FIRE
PREVENTING TRAGEDY WHOS RESPONSIBLE?
BELINDA JANE BORDEN
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

 Dean Koontz is one of the bestselling writers in the world. He lives in California. 

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