This is one of Koontz's earlier books, but is one of his finest. Husband and wife private investigators are caught up in supernatural events as they help a client who must continue to teleport himself to escape superhuman forces out to destroy him. The wife's brother, a wonderful character who has Down's syndrome, is also telepathic and provides a great counterpoint to all of the evil against which they must fight. Koontz is a master of making the unbelievable believable. A great read.
One of Dean Koontz's best
If you are a Dean Koontz fan this is a must read.
This is another standard, pretty good book by Koontz. I like to read him when I need a break from real life.
Loved this one! Like most of Koontz's novels, this keeps you on the edge of your seat! I read it in two days, I just couldn't put it down.
same great works by Dean Koontz. suspense, mystery,chills this one has it all.
Possibly one of my favorites...
this was one of my favorites
Dean Koontz is a masterful storyteller and this book delivers!
The Bad Place is bizarre. Koontz pulled out all that strange ideas for this one. Definately 18+ to read. Its got the type of characters we have grown to love with such a twist of story this time.
Fast paced and fun to read!
Frank Pollard is afraid to fall asleep. Every morning he awakes, he discovers something strange--like blood on his hands--a bizarre mystery that tortures his soul. Two investigators have been hired to follow the haunted man. But only on person-a young man with Down's syndrome--can imagine where their journeys might end. That terrible place from which no one ever returns...
One of Koontz's more twisted stories . . . I loved it!! The character Thomas is so realistic and alive!
My daughter read this book and said it was very good
Frank Pollard is afraid to fall asleep. Every morning he awakes and discovers something strange--like blood on his hands. Two investigators have been hired to follow the haunted man.
Excellent! Frank Pollard continues to go through bizarre transportations only when he sleeps. The key to the mystery lies within a boy with Downs Syndrome. Classic Koontz!