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    From the corner of my eye Jewelsy's Avatar
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    Just finished The Face. Hmmmmmm. Parts of it were fascinating -- really scary, but some parts were just so drawn out. Perhaps this wasn't the best *first* book I could have read of DKs.

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    Finally got Twilight Eyes. I'm gonna start it tonight.

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    Do you have any of his books published under his many pen-names as well as the re-prints under "Koontz"?
    If you've never read The Funhouse, you should check it out. He wrote that one under the name Owen West.

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    I have just about finished Darkfall, its pretty good. It was written 20 years ago, when I found it at the library, I thought it was a newer one. DK used to have a lot of cop characters in his first novels and this has a cop and his partner trying to solve gruesome murders that in turn affect his 2 children.

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    Jewelsy, how are you liking Twilight Eyes?

    My understanding of The Funhouse is that Dean wrote that, and liked the idea of a carnival setting so much, he incorporated some elements into Twilight Eyes.

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    Cable Jockey, thanks for your info. I requested Twilight Eyes from my library and will hopefully get it soon. You seemed to have liked it and made it sound very scary. I'll see if you are right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    Jewelsy, how are you liking Twilight Eyes?

    My understanding of The Funhouse is that Dean wrote that, and liked the idea of a carnival setting so much, he incorporated some elements into Twilight Eyes.
    I'm liking it. VERY creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cablejockey
    When you finish Twilight Eyes, tell us what you thought. I'm curious cause its one of my favorites.
    I'm getting it tomorrow! I'll be letting you know if it will become one of my favorites too!

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    I just checked out "Lightning" today, and I can't wait to read it!
    Gustav Holst was right!

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    When I first read lightning, many many moons ago, I didn't care for it. But I re-read it about 3 years ago, and loved it. I'm not sure why I disliked it when I first read it.

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