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by Dean R. Koontz

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Download Fear Nothing (G K Hall Large Print Book Series) epub
ISBN: 0783883587
ISBN13: 978-0783883588
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: Dean R. Koontz
Language: English
Publisher: G K Hall & Co; Lrg edition (1998)
ePUB size: 1328 kb
FB2 size: 1777 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 653
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As always, Dean Koontz, created amazing characters, very unique people, who interact in incredible ways. There are lots of good people, and faithful friends, and a loyal true love, and there are shockingly evil foes, and twisted fragments of humanity to fight against. There is danger, fear, courage, and pain wrapped up in this story, Believe me, should you dare to read this book, you will have nightmares. You may dream you are being pursued, running, and hiding, and trying to escape something that wants to kill you... I even felt a nudge of fear today, when my baby began waving at nothing, down an empty hall !
I've read this back when it had first came out and I
was totally blown away by this novel. Chris Snow, Orson,
Sasha and Bobby are some very amazing characters and
now I'm re-reading there adventures for I have a feeling that
the third Christopher Snow novel will be coming sooner then
we think and I need to get caught up.
I'm remiss in not reviewing this until now. I'm terrible at finding time to review things. I guess better late than never. This is, bar none, my favorite Koontz novel to date. I don't know what it is about this book, but it struck a chord in me that no other book has. I love the relationship Chris has with his SO Sasha, with his best friend Bobby, and with his soul-mate Orson. The things that happen in Moonlight Bay are terrifying and yet Chris never loses his sense of wonder, or his sense of humor. Although he suffers heartbreak he stays strong and demonstrates the best of the human spirit. I love this book so much I bought it in every format available. I don't do that for just any book, or just any author. This one was worth it, though. I know it's not to everyone's taste, but nothing is.
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I first read this book years ago and I liked it so much, I bought the audiobook upon its release, years later. I have since listened to it 3 times. I am not a huge fan of Dean Koontz, with the exception of the Frankenstein and Odd series, but this book is one of my favorites of all times. The sequel, Seize The Night, is almost as good.

The characters are all very likeable and of course there is the "dog" who captures your heart as well. You have to suspend your common sense in a few of the pages, but all in all, it is a fun story and keeps you on the edge of your seat all the time. I couldn't wait to see what happened next. The hero's affliction is also interesting and made me wonder what his life would really be like.

Although the story is pure science fiction and a bit scary, it was a very fun book and the heroes are people you root for all the way!

I usually read Vince Flynn, Lee Child, Daniel Silva, etc. books, so this was a big stretch that I am glad I took.! is not...a darned fun, suspenseful story it is!
I had actually already read the sequel to this book "Seize the Night"( I grabbed it out of a clearance rack at a bookstore) before reading "Fear Nothing". It didn't reduce the pleasure of the reading of this book in any way. It just cleared up a few things. Koontz has a knack for making you really empathize with the main character(s) of his stories, in this case primarily Chris "the Snowman" man and his way cool dog Orson. Koontz also manages to keep generating just enough suspense in this tale to make me stay up way too late reading "just one chapter". And, yes there are lots of "scary super monkeys" in "Fear Nothing" along with other scary things that are not beyond the realm of possibility. This series is not 5 star material but I did enjoy the book and will continue to read any more that come along in the series.
Dean Koontz is guilty of grabbing me by the ears and dragging me head-first through his novel. The only disappointing part is when he gets into the science behind his story, and I just know too much about translational science and how labs run to believe the story. In my head, I just try really hard to suspend my disbelief for the sake of the story. Still, it's a great book.
I thought the male protagonist, Christopher Snow, was similar to the Odd Thomas character. Takes place in Moonlight Bay, California, another small town, but on the ocean, not the desert like Pico Mundo, Christopher has a rare skin disorder that only allows him to go out at night. As a result, he can see in almost total darkness. But he can't see the dead like Odd.

If you like it, buy "Seize the Night," a sequel. These are the only books that Koontz tied together other than Frankenstein (which was to be a TV miniseries, so obvious there'd be more than 1) and Odd Thomas.

Christopher is meek, but a persistent lover of good and hater of evil. He is confronted with lots of the latter. It could be classified as science fiction thriller, but not way out there. Kind of like the Andromeda Strain, by Michael Crichton.
This novel and Seize the Night are great -- first read these, then heard them on cassette tape. Dean Koontz and Stephen King both write to where you read or listen to there novels multiple times. Good stuff!!