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Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: City of Night Reading Dean Koontz S Frankenstein City Of Night By Dean Koontz Ivogue.co.uk From The Celebrated Imagination Of Dean Koontz Comes A Powerful Reworking Of One Of The Classic Stories Of All Time If You Think You Know The Legend, You Know Only Half The Truth Here Is The Mystery, The Myth, The Terror, And The Magic Of DEAN KOONTZ S CITY OF NIGHTThey Are Stronger, Heal Better, And Think Faster Than Any Humans Ever Created And They Must Be Destroyed But Not Even Victor Helios Once Frankenstein Can Stop The Engineered Killers He S Set Loose On A Reign Of Terror Through Modern Day New Orleans Now The Only Hope Rests In A One Time Monster And His All Too Human Partners, Detectives Carson O Connor And Michael Maddison Deucalion S Centuries Old History Began As Victor S First And Failed Attempt To Build The Perfect Human And It Is Fated To End In The Ultimate Confrontation Between A Damned Creature And His Mad Creator But First Deucalion Must Destroy A Monstrosity Not Even Victor S Malignant Mind Could Have Imagined An Indestructible Entity That Steps Out Of Humankind S Collective Nightmare With One Purpose To Replace Us.

10 thoughts on “Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: City of Night

  1. says:

    Not quite as good as book one but still a great series so far

  2. says:

    Well.that was interesting If I could I d give this one a 3.5 It picks up almost at the instant the first book ends and follows the story, the characters It takes a little while to get back to the, development, at the end of said first book Butoh my.it spins us some new threads.My concern here is that Mr Kontz may spin this one out so that he has too many plot threads He writes good serviceable prose

  3. says:

    WOW Great Book The developing story between Ducalion and his maker keep you turning the page.The New Race has minions fanned out all over the city in very prestigiuos positions.The Old Race human s seems doomed as many have already died at the hands of Victor Helios s New Race.The relationship between Micheal and Carson also begins to evolve and one becomes vocal with their feelings.Carson s younger and au

  4. says:

    A marked improvement over the drivel of the first album, marred only by the unfortunate decision to kill off the only character I really liked The change of co authors was a huge help the style of prose has improved and while Deucalion and the detectives still feel like unfortunately cliched pastiches, the supporting cast Randal Six, Cyndi Ben, and Erika Five in particular really stands out and any of them could h

  5. says:

    Bring on the next book These are fun

  6. says:

    Totally awesome My wife gave me all 5 books in this series to me for Christmas last year, and now I am wondering why I took so long to start them Koontz s Frankenstein is so exciting and inventive These books move like the images on a movie screen in your mind There s plen...

  7. says:

    3.5 stars A good sequel to

  8. says:

    Michael followed the old woman, glanced back at Carson, and said, Come on, bitch, this ll be fun Dean Koontz s Frankenstein, City of Night, Chapter 22I am excited to be re reading this series with other Koontzlanders In City of Night we learn the great truth of Snuggle, the fabric softener bear Most of the time when he giggled, he covered his mouth with one paw I always thought he didn t want you to see his teeth Snuggle had bad

  9. says:

    Following on from The Prodigal Son Koontz takes the original Frankenstein story and creates something wonderful Taking the idea of the classic story, Koontz places Frankenstein and his monster in the modern world This story leaves you asking who the real monster is whether it the grotesque monster happens to be the real monster or whether the creator of such a creature was the real monster.Following on from the first book, the characters are still

  10. says:

    This is the second in Koontz s Frankenstein Trilogy, set in New Orleans This one was written with Ed Gorman I don t know who did most of the writing, but it certainly read like Koontz to me It was really good, a real page turner with the situation escalating dramaticall...

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