The Face

The Face

Book - 2003
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Channing Manheim, Hollywood's most dazzling star, is adored by millions and hated by one twisted soul. When boxes start arriving one by one at his fortified compound, each with bizarre, disturbing contents, it's up to Ethan Truman, Manheim's security chief, to deal with an insidious killer.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Dell, 2003
ISBN: 9780553802481
Branch Call Number: FIC Koont
Characteristics: 608 p


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Jun 22, 2014

This was the first Koontz book I ever read and I had a blast. The chapters are short and Koontz switches between the pro- and antagonist very nicely. A quick read that will leave you wanting more Koontz. I recommend the Odd Thomas or the "Fear" books about Christopher Snow (wow, what a trip those are.) I like The Face best, but the others are very interesting.

Feb 14, 2012

This is a spooky thriller with a supernatural twist. The suspense builds nicely throughout and the conclusion is satisfying. Could have used a bit more editing as I found myself skimming through repetitive descriptions of the rain and storms (all right already, I get that its a dark and stormy night!) but overall it was enjoyable.

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