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Cold Fire
Cold Fire
Author: Dean R Koontz
'As Close to the pysical terror as the printed word can deliver' wroter the Los Angeles Times Book reiew about Dean R. Koontz's spellbinding novel The BAd Place. Rich in characterization, powerful suspense, lyrical prose, and extraordinary plots, Koontz's novels soar to the top of the best-seller lists and place him in a category all his own. ...  more »
ISBN: 28628
Pages: 326
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Publisher: G. P. Rutnam's Sons
Book Type: Hardcover
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First things first it is in my opinion that Dean Koontz is one of the greatest writers of our time. Dean never seizes to amaze me ,or any reader for that matter, as to how his novels have a spell like effect on the reader. Cold Fire is no exception to this patteren either. In the book a man by the name of Jim Ironheart ,a skitsofrenic telekentic, saves people from allmost certin deaths. Why? Jim saves them because he is working under the powers of a higher being & they hold immportant keys to our (civilization's) future. This book is a flat out must read for any scifi or horror fan.