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by Dean R. Koontz,Jay O. Sanders

ePub Dragon Tears download
Author:
Dean R. Koontz,Jay O. Sanders
ISBN13:
978-0671865856
ISBN:
0671865854
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Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Audio; Unabridged edition (February 1, 1993)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
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1929 kb
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1627 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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639

IndieBound - Audiobook (CD format): ww. ndiebound. Penguin Audio 9780399568848 Suspense & Thriller Audiobooks Fiction Mystery & Suspense Dean Koontz Jay O. Sanders.

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Listen to this book for FREE when you try Audible. Loved this book! In my journey to read all of Dean Koontz's books this was a surprise. Audible special offer. Warning spoiler alert!! Bryan, I found his character be a fascinating sociopath. His scene with the blue eyeballs was so bazaar and insane it took me back a step. The whole scene played vivid pictures in my mind and in color riveted, disgusting and terrorizing me at the same time.

Dragon Tears Dean R. Koontz Harry Lyon was a rational man, a cop who refused to let his job harden his soul. Then one fateful day, he was forced to shoot a man - and a homeless stranger with. This book is for some special people who live too far away - Ed and Carol Gorman - with the wish that our modern world really had shrunk to one small town, as the media philosophers insist it has. Then we could meet at the little cafe down on Main Street at Maple Avenue to have lunch, talk, and laugh.

Written by Dean Koontz. Narrated by Jay O. More Audiobooks By Dean Koontz. carousel previous carousel next. Odd Thomas: An Odd Thomas Novel.

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Name of this eBook: Dragon Tears by Dean Koontz eBook Description: A cop races against time to prevent his own death in this heart-pounding. Name of this eBook: Dragon Tears by Dean Koontz. eBook Description: A cop races against time to prevent his own death in this heart-pounding thriller from New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz. Harry Lyon is a rational man, a cop who refuses to let his job harden his soul. His partner urges him to surrender to the chaos of life.

By Dean Koontz Read by Jay O. A cop races against time to prevent his own death in this heart-pounding thriller from New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz

By Dean Koontz Read by Jay O. Category: Suspense & Thriller Paranormal Fiction. A cop races against time to prevent his own death in this heart-pounding thriller from New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz.

In Dragon Dean Koontz books are weird for m. With Dragon Tears, we have a case of the latter – this book was enough to keep me interest in how things would come together, but it is far from my favourite Dean Koontz read.

In Dragon Dean Koontz books are weird for me. I enjoy them, they're easy to read and very formulaic, and I really liked them when I was a teenager so it's nostalgic for me. Stephen King describes his relationship to stories in the context of relationships- married to a books, an affair with a book. He calls short stories a kiss in the dark. Personally, for me, I feel as though nothing much happened with Dragon Tears.

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Narrated by Jay O. Harry Lyon was a rational man, a cop who refused to let his job harden his soul. Then one fateful day, he was forced to shoot a man-and.

Forced to kill in the line of duty, police detective Harry Lyon finds his rational world transformed into a place of bizarre surprises and unimaginable dangers. Simultaneous.
  • I don't know why the negative reviews knocked Dean Koontz's "usual formula". I have a suggestion...if you don't like it find another author! This one was full of surprises and plot turns that I did not see coming at all. Fast paced, great character development, and a great plot. His characters grow on you!

  • I'm a bona fide Koontz fan, been deeply affected by so many of his books, I've even written him a fan letter to which he replied! This is the first book I've given a 3-star rating. Mediocre Koontz is still better than most other suspense writers and I'm glad I read it. However, it's the first time I skipped over page after page after page just to get to the climax. It has all the usual elements, intriguing plot, interesting good guys, deluded and arrogant bad guy with crazy superhuman powers, dialogue that's a little corny and stilted, a genius dog, a little preaching, and all kinds of inventive ways to describe weather and the sea. It's the first of his books where the writing itself seemed, in places, a little sloppy.

  • Loved this book! In my journey to read all of Dean Koontz's books this was a surprise. Reading in no particular order I conquered 26 books so far. The characters were interesting in this book. Warning spoiler alert!! Bryan, I found his character be a fascinating sociopath. His scene with the blue eyeballs was so bazaar and insane it took me back a step. The whole scene played vivid pictures in my mind and in color riveted, disgusting and terrorizing me at the same time. Who are you really, Dean Koontz? How do you imagine and write about such perversions? However you do this magic don't stop the madness, please. Bryan's insanity mixed with supernatural powers was one your best characters I think. Don't let the title fool you, readers it a true to the end Koontz book. Thank you Mr. Koontz for another fantastic book.

  • This is the second time I have read this book & it is a good one. Quite a bit of repetition & long descriptions but you can speed read those & keep up with the story very well. The character development is very good. You know the people (& especially the dog!) & really care what happens to them. The antagonist is very creepy & the protagonists are very likable. The dog is wonderful & the last two pages are very sweet. I was most happy for Woofer.

  • On a DK scale from 1 to 10, this one is a seven I think. Very good story, well developed characters, that I actually got hooked onto. You also won't see the newest trend, you know where they spend so much time in the monsters mind supposedly to scare you, but really only boosting sales to ghouls with graphic trash and filth. What you will find is one of the best imaginative stories out there. Good paced page Turner.

  • Good read, classic Koontz. My as good, in my opinion, as The Watchers, Lightning, or Innocence, but a very entertaining book. I especially enjoyed being in the mind of a dog. Not sure if that's the way the inner psychology of the dog mind works, but it was a fun way to explore the universe from a dog's perspective. Thank you for continuing excellence in your writing Mr. Koontz.

  • I have owned several copies of this book through the years & simply had to get another so I could read it again. The points where he writes from the dog's POV are unique, intriguing & altogether entertaining. Dean Koontz writes with the heart of a poet, a delightfully demented poet.

  • It was a fun book with multiple stories and characters that were all tied together. It did get darker at times and I loved it. I do feel the ending was a bit rushed though.