favorite book by koontz

United States
March 3, 2008 9:53pm CST
Have you read 'Lightning' by Dean Koontz? This is my favorite Koontz book and I must have read it dozens of times. I remember the first time I read it, I couldn't hardly put it down, wondering what happens next. It kept me on the edge of my seat. One of those books I hated to end.
6 responses
@imsilver (1667)
• Canada
10 Apr 08
I love most of the Dean Koontz books; it's hard for me to decide on a favorite. Probably From the Corner of His Eye or One Step Away from Heaven. I'm SOOO curious about the picture that was posted with this one. Santa's Twin? I've never heard of it. I thought I had most of his books but now I'm off to search E-bay for this one.
• United States
11 Apr 08
I haven't read Santa's Twin either, will have to look for it. Thanks for your comment.
@haryana (112)
• India
4 Mar 08
the lightining i read it over 30 times..its my fav too
• United States
4 Mar 08
Weren't you surprised when you first learned that he came from the past instead of the future. In most time travel books,etc. the time travel machine is made in the future and people want to try to change the past. What a great twist. Do you agree?
@silvermist (20013)
• India
12 Mar 13
Raysrunt, I have read many books by Dean Koontz.I cannot name just one book.I liked lightning,Mr.Murder,Dark rivers of the heart,Ticktock,to name a few.
• United States
22 Jun 08
That was a good one, but by far my favorite of his would have to be 'Watchers'. It was the first one of his I read, and got me hooked.
• United States
12 Jun 08
Over the years, I've managed to read nearly every Dean Koontz book written. For my favorite, it's a toss up between Odd Thomas and Seize the Night.
@kel1483 (986)
• United States
6 May 08
I think my favorites would be Midnight and The Bad Place. I've read so many of his books that I'm sure there were others that I really loved. Those two, though, stick out in my mind the most. (possibly because they're the only two that I actually bought, the rest I usually borrowed from the library or from friends/family). I love the twists in those stories.