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Book Reviews of Strangers

Strangers
Strangers
Author: Dean Koontz
ISBN: 123
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Book Type: Paperback
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dabookworm avatar reviewed Strangers on + 6 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Without a doubt, this is Dean Koontz's best novel. Characters are memorable, plot is great, and the book is just un-put-downable!

Several people, seemingly unknown to each other, suffer unusual and terrifying symptoms. They are somehow drawn together and discover the truth behind what they endured.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book was truly gripping - I absolutely loved it. I was so involved in the book that when it ended I was disappointed - not because it ended poorly (it ended in a manner that I enjoyed) but because the story was just so good I didn't want it to end.
spiralcity avatar reviewed Strangers on + 6 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Strangers

Strangers is a story about friendship, inner strength and survival. Dean Koontz weaves a complex tale filled with many colorful characters.

(There are nine main characters and two sub-characters to keep track of in this lengthy novel).

A roadside motel and its neighboring diner are the main backdrop for the story, but Mr. Koontz manages to take us coast to coast as the plot unfolds. Somehow, a group of complete strangers seems connected though none can remember ever having met. The roadside motel is the common factor each of the characters share.

The book moves at a very good pace. The 698-page length seemed like 300 pages. I could not put the book down. I read the Berkley paper back, which contains a nice afterward from the author, the afterward proved insightful and humorous as does most of Mr. Koontz comments.

I highly recommend this novel.
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THEY WERE STRANGERS
a handful of people,from different backgrounds.living in different townsand cities across america,they had nothing in common-----
except fear
THEY WERE VICTIMS
cold and stark,an unknown terror gripped their dreams and turned their days into living nightmares
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A great story! At times I felt like it ran a little long. But then, I'd also like to know more about what happened to the characters afterwards. I always feel like that after a good book though!
ada04 avatar reviewed Strangers on + 68 more book reviews
I really liked this book. It keeps you guessing, & you'll come to care about the characters.
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Several strangers brought together by an inexplicable secret. Fun and creepy--typical Koontz.
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Thrilling, Dean Koontz style!
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Makes you wish you were a hypnotist, or at least that you haven't read the Manchurian Canidate
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couldn't out it down. Great book!
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One of my favorites, an excellent mystery.
mommyluvsbooks avatar reviewed Strangers on + 28 more book reviews
One of my favorites
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VICTIMS UNKNOWN TERROR GRIPS THEM AND THEIR DREAMS
THAT LEAD THEM TO EACH OTHER AND THE TERRIFYING TRUTH.
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Fat, fast paced. Will keep the adrenaline pumping.
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It takes a bit to get into the book, but once your in- your hooked.
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love his work
nos4atu avatar reviewed Strangers on + 35 more book reviews
A handful of people from across the country who all had something in common-fear. They were all victims and chosen to head to a place called Tranquility Motel.
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GREAT Author, Great Book!
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good one.
fox20000 avatar reviewed Strangers on + 6 more book reviews
Very good read. Hard to put down!
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Normally I enjoy Dean Koontz, this one just did not hook me and I never finished it.
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A handful of people. From differentbackgrounds, living in different towns and cities across America, they had nothing in common except FEAR. Cold and stark, an unknown terrorgripped their dreams and turned their days into living nightmares.
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They were strangers. They were victims. They were chosen, and they could not escape. A dark memory called out to them, drawing them to the Tranquility Motel, where the terrifying truth was waiting...
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They were strangers -- a handful of people from different backgrounds, living in different towns and cities across America, they had nothing in common except fear.
They were victims -- Cold and stark, an unknown terror gripped their dreams and turned their days into living nightmares.
They were chosen -- And they could not escape. Deep in the heart of a sprawling desert, a dark memory called out to them, drawing them to the Tranquility Motel -- where the underlying truth was waiting.
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I read most of this book but, I didn't read the end! It was a little weird!
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