Three Complete Novels
For the first time ever, three bestselling Dean Koontz novels—The Servants of Twilight, Darkfall, Phantoms—are available in hardcover and complete in this single volume. Koontz's novels are spine-chilling and terrifying stories about ordinary people caught in nightmarish situations. Although Dean Koontz writes about the "dark side," the endings to his fast-paced, stay-up-all-night reads always show the forces of good prevailing. But it's what happens between the covers of the book and in the imaginations of the readers that has earned Dean Koontz his position at the top of bestseller lists across the country. When you begin a Dean Koontz novel, you're never sure where he's going to take you...
The Servants of Twilight
A mother and son are approached by an old lady in a southern California parking lot. It's a chance encounter that erupts into a nightmare of terror as a mother strives to protect her only child when he is threatened again and again...
In a city, paralyzed by a blizzard, something watches, something stalks, and the clock is ticking...A fast-paced twisting story with one of the most frightening chase scenes ever.
The found the town silent, apparently abandoned. Then they found the first body strangely swollen and still warm. One hundred fifty were dead, three hundred fifty missing. But the terror had only begun in a tiny mountain town of Snowfield, California.
These three masterful novels of suspense are guaranteed to keep you reading until you turn the last page. There's no going back once you begin a Dean Koontz novel...
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Review: Three Complete Novels: The Servants of Twilight / Darkfall / PhantomsUser Review - Cheyenne Edwards - Goodreads
I just read the servants of twilight and man , was it hard to put down! I loved it and it was fast pace and you couldn't put it down. Read full review
Review: Three Complete Novels: The Servants of Twilight / Darkfall / PhantomsUser Review - Jillian Townsel - Goodreads
This wasnt one of Koontz best books in my opinion but i still just couldnt put this book down. I was dying to know the truth behind the little boy (joey). Now that ive finished this book I was left ... Read full review