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by Dean R Koontz,Patrick Girard Lawlor

eBook The Voice of the Night (Playaway Adult Fiction) download ISBN: 1441828389
Author: Dean R Koontz,Patrick Girard Lawlor
Publisher: Findaway World; Library edition (October 1, 2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1673 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
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Home Dean Koontz The Voice of the Night. The voice of the night, . To Colin, who was a science-fiction buff, Roy appeared to be in telepathic communication with something that hid far out in the deep, dark, rolling water.

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Mystery & Detective. Thrillers & Crime. Home Dean Koontz The Voice of the Night. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. The Voice of the Nightwas previously published under the pseudonym Brian Coffey. PRINTING HISTORY.

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Christopher Lane, Patrick Lawlor, Dean R. THE VOICE OF THE NIGHT. No one could understand why Colin and Roy were best friends. Colin was so shy; Roy was so popular. Colin was nervous around girls; Roy was a ladies' man. Colin was fascinated by Roy?and Roy was fascinated by death. Then one day Roy asked his timid friend: "You ever killed anything?". and too irresistible to stop.

No one could understand why Colin and Roy were best friends. Colin was so shy; Roy was so popular. Colin was nervous around girls; Roy was a ladies man. Colin was fascinated by Roy - and Roy was fascinated by death. Then one day Roy asked his timid friend: You ever killed anything? And from that moment on, the two were bound together in a game too terrifying to imagineand too irresistible to stop.
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The Voice of the Night, by Dean R. Koontz is the best book I have ever read. I couldn't put if down from the minute I picked it up and started reading it. If you want an example of a page turner, then here's one for you. The book is about a young fourteen year old boy, Colin, who moves to a new little town in the 1990's. Right when Colin moves there, he becomes bestfriends with a boy named Roy, who is about the same age. The are inseperable. The boys are together all of time. Roy has become Colin's new bestfriend, which is something Colin has never had. He had been the outcast in his old school, but now he is friends with the most popular boy in his class. Roy has a deep secret that he desperatly wants to share with Colin, but he first has to test Colin to see if he is trustworthy. When Roy finally feels that Colin is trusted enough, he tells him his awful secret. Roy kills people for the fun of it. And he wants Colin to help him kill someone to prove their friendship. Colin cant possibly kill someone, but he doesnt want to lose Colin as a friend. He decides that their friendship is not worth what Roy wants it to be, so he says 'no' to Roy's offer. This angers Roy and he is out to kill Colin. But in the end..... well, i guess i'll just have to let you read and find that out! This is an excellent book, and I would recommend it to ANYONE. It has just the right sequence of events to make you keep wanting to turn the pages and never stop. Which is what I love about this book. I will read it many times.
I didn't realize that I had read this book many years ago when it was published under the name Brian Coffey. A few years ago I bought it when it was released on kindle under the name Dean Koontz. As I finally got around to reading it, bits and pieces came back to me.

Anyway, Colin is a shy and quiet, friendless, boy who loves to read and watch movies. His parents are divorced and he lives with his mother who is almost never home and does not seem to have much if any time for him.

He strikes up a friendship with Roy, or more specifically Roy chooses to strike up a relationship with him. Roy is a disturbed and twisted individual who enjoys torture and killing.

I would probably have rated this 5 stars if Koontz had not made the mother such a senseless flipping moron who would rather believe outrageous stories about her son with no proof and so easily having the wool pulled over her eyes by an Eddie Haskell type fake politeness. Therefore, 4 out of 5 stars from me.
I began reading novels by Dean Koontz about a year ago, and quickly became a fan. When I read The Voice of the Night, I thought - wow, that was definitely his worst so far. The story and the writing itself are simplistic and obvious. But it was published 27 years ago. Shame on me for not paying attention to the publication date, and thank you to the reviewers who pointed it out.
Sorry, Mr. Koontz! I happily remain a fan!
I've been a dedicated Koontz fan since the '90's. Love the guy. BUT, it's painfully obvious in this novel that his talent would need a few years to mature and blossom lol. Can't bring myself to speak badly of him, he is amazing. If I read this back in the '90's, I don't remember it (or it was just forgettable). For a quick read on my day off, this was okay.
another homerun by Koontz. worth reading! again, a rather lackluster ending, but the book as a whole is very good.
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I would probably only give this 3 1/2 stars, but I can't so I rounded up. I am a huge fan of Dean Koontz, but this is not one of my favorites. On the other hand, part of what I didn't like about this book is one of the things that makes DK such an awesome writer-the creepiness of human nature. Without a single ghost, vampire or werewolf, or anything other than pure human nature, he has made this a very creepy and worrisome book.
My main problem with this story is that it was too drawn out. As a shorter story, with less building of the unimportant (to me) characters and scenes, this may have been much better.
I have read many, many of Dean Koontz's books and I will say that 99% of the time I have enjoyed them immensely. This book, I think, was written a while ago but as always it's a page turner! Can't put it down, just like all his books!

I also did like that the main characters were young adults. That is one of the aspects about his writing that drew me in many years ago, that his hero's & heroines can be woman, children even animals instead of always men! Not that I mind when his protagonists are adult men, but it's nice to have the variety!
It's an interesting story and I recommend it to any Dean Koontz fan, but maybe for a new reader start with "Watchers"
This was an earlier work, but it was typically brilliant! It focused on the story of a 14-year-old boy (Colin) and his unlikely relationship with a boy called Roy. They are complete opposites, but somehow the shy and ineffectual Colin becomes good friends with the very popular Roy. Unfortunately, Roy has a few very strange skeletons in his closet.

This was a great work by a master of the written word! I would highly recommend to Dean Koontz fans and other readers who would enjoy a good and scary book that will stay with you long after you have read the final word.