Friday, December 2, 2011

Book Review: Phantoms by Dean Koontz

Phantoms book review

This is a review of the Kindle version.

This is the first book by Dean Koontz that I have read.

The protagonists, Lisa and Jennifer Pailey, return to their home town, only to find that the town is mostly deserted. As their investigations slowly start revealing the extent and the cause of this situation, help arrives from outside. Soon, a small band of survivors is formed, setting up the stage for the inevitable showdown with an unique breed of evil.

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Great setup. Excellent character development. Best of all, an exciting and engrossing horror story.

I also liked Koontz's references to Lord of the Rings (a character named “Underhill”) and Batman (characters named “Isley” and “Arkham”).

Highly recommended for fans of the horror genre and/or readers interested in Dean Koontz's works.

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