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Hideaway
Hideaway
Author: Dean Koontz
'Although accident victim Hatch Harrison dies en route to the hospital, a brilliant physician miraculously resuscitates him. Given this second chance, Hatch and his wife, Lindsey, approach each day with a new appreciation for the beauty of life -- until a series of mysterious and frightening events brings them face to face with the unknown. Alth...  more »
ISBN: 52037
Pages: 321
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3 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Putnam
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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reviewed Hideaway on + 8 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
Really strange book. Koontz is defintely original. I don't know where he comes up with his topics but they all scare the crap out of me. But I always keep reading and buying more Koontz books.
If you are a Koontz fan - you'll love this as usual. But if you don't like creepy and gorey you won't like it.
reviewed Hideaway on + 13 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
One of my favorite Dean Koontz books--two people are clinically dead for a long while. After the docs manage to revive them, they bring something back from the "other side." One brings a force of goodness; the other broings a force of evil. These Forces must do battle...here on Earth.
reviewed Hideaway on + 46 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
Hatch has just survived a car wreck. Well, actually, technically he DIDN'T survive it--Hatch was clinically dead for 80 minutes. When he comes back, there is SOMETHING with him, a presence in his head...a mysterious, murderous character who calls himself Vassago, and yearns for nothing more than death and destruction...

But Hatch is determined to continue his life. He and his wife adopt a child. They live happily. But Vassago is closing in. He, too, is aware of the connection with Hatch, and he would relish the opportunity to ruin Hatch's life, and kill everyone he loves...

"Hideaway" is one of Koontz's all-time best...and also, as he points out in the new afterword, the first to receive hate-mail. Still, don't let a few letters get you down; "Hideaway" moves along at breakneck speeds, like most of Koontz's books, and features characters that are so real, you are genuinely afraid for--or of--them. This is one of the best books by one of the best authors out there, and shouldn't be passed up by suspense fans.
sarah5775 avatar reviewed Hideaway on + 386 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This is an old classic by Dean Koontz. It concerns a man who is revived after a car crash, who was clinically dead. He starts seeing visions of a murderer who is stalking women near where he lives. He knows he has to stop the man, but how can he find him, and how can he stop them when he can't tell the police what he knows? It is a very suspenseful book and is definitely worth reading.
reviewed Hideaway on + 29 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
As usual Dean Koontz can keep you on the edge of your seat! This one involves danger to a child. I found it hard to put down.
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