The Mask, Dean Koontz
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The Mask

Author: Dean Koontz

Narrator: Natalie Ross

Unabridged: 8 hr 15 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 03/15/2010

Category: Fiction - Horror


Such a pretty faceSo young, so sweet. She appeared out of nowhere, in the middle of traffic, on a busy day. A teenager with no past, no family—no memories.Such a lovely childSo blond and beautiful. Carol and Paul were drawn to her—she was the child they’d never had. A dream come true. And then Carol’s nightmares began—the ghastly sounds in the night…the bloody face in the mirror…the razor-sharp ax.Such relentless evilSo deceptively innocent. Most mothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that’s what frightened Carol most of all….

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 James on 2010-06-03 19:46:11

I like Dean Koontz books, so far every one that I have read/listened too. This one was very slow starting and I gave up on it. This is the only one of hs boks that has disappointed me.

AudiobooksNow review by Jeri Ann on 2010-11-17 13:47:14

This book went back as fast as I could mail it. The reader does a lousy job and I refuse to listen to it. She uses an extreme theatrical voice and then an obvious low voice for the male voices...annoying.