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Koko
Koko
Author: Peter Straub
From Publishers Weekly — In his most gripping, most hallucinogenic thriller to date, the author of Ghost Story and Shadowland takes us on a dizzying spin through those eerie psychic badlands where nightmare and insanity seem to fuse with reality. It's 15 years after the Vietnam War and a string of murders in Southeast Asia convinces four veterans...  more »
ISBN: 53478
Pages: 562
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Publisher: E.P. Dutton
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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I really enjoyed reading this book.
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Intense and very suspenseful. Will scare your socks off.
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Suspensefull and somewhat gripping. Probably not comfortable for Nam vets to read. Straub has a peculiar flavor but it does not show too much here.
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A powerful story about a group of Vietnam vets who are forced to confront the horrors and atrocities of their past. Peter Straub leaves the fantasy/horror genre behind with a more psychological thriller that has incredibly descriptive scenes and imagery of the Vietnam war, as well as 1980s Saigon, Bangkok, Singapore, and the gritty side of New York City.
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Good serial killer thriller
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Vietnam veterans discover a man from their platoon could be a murderer.


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