Strangers, Dean Koontz
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Author: Dean Koontz

Narrator: Dick Hill

Unabridged: 29 hr 16 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 07/29/2008


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 terrifying truth was waiting….

Author Bio

Author Dean Koontz was born in Everett Pennsylvania in 1945. He has used various Pen names such as, Aaron Wolfe, Brian Coffey, David Axton, Deanna Dwyer, John Hill, K.R. Dwyer, Leigh Nichols, Anthony North, Owen West and Richard Paige. His accomplished occupations include novelist, short story writer, screenwriter and poet. Most people were not aware of his many Pen names and various talents in literature besides novelist. Koontz genres of choice are suspense, horror and science fiction thrillers. He has had 14 hardcovers and 14 paperbacks making it to #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list. According to the Dean Kootnz official website, he has sold more than 450 million copies of his books.

A little known fact about Dean Koontz is that he had hair transplantation in the late intos. Many of his novels are set in or around Orange County, California where he lives with his wife Gerda, in Newport Coast in an estate named Pelican Hills. His reported annual salary is $25 million.1990


AudiobooksNow review by Terri on 2008-03-06 18:11:33

I had hard time putting this book down. It is long, but it is worth the wait. I even considered taking a mental health day from work just to keep reading.

AudiobooksNow review by Stacey on 2009-09-16 14:23:04

I am a huge Dean Koontz fan, but I thought this was one of the most boring books I've ever read. I read about 500 pages of it kept telling myself it would get better and finally sent it back. I have NEVER given up on a book without finishing it before, but I got to the point where I just didn't care how it ended.