By Dean Koontz
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In Innocence, Dean Koontz blends secret, suspense, and acute perception into the human soul in a masterfully informed story that may resonate with readers forever.
He lives in solitude underneath town, an exile from society, with a purpose to smash him if he's ever seen.
She dwells in seclusion, a fugitive from enemies who will do her damage if she is ever found.
however the bond among them runs deeper than the tragedies that experience scarred their lives. whatever greater than chance—and not anything below destiny—has introduced them jointly in a global whose hour of reckoning is speedy approaching.
Praise for Innocence
“A mystery that’s either chilling and fulfilling.”—People (four stars)
“Laced with fantastical mysticism, it’s an allegory of nonviolence, reputation and love within the face of adversity. . . . The narrative is severe, with an old school ominousness and artistically crafted descriptions. . . . An positive and unforeseen end [mirrors] his subject matter. anything diversified this manner comes from Mr. Koontz’s mind's eye. Enjoy.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Mystery and terror, the magical and romance—all mix to make Innocence a difficult and emotional experience.”—New York magazine of Books
“This novel rather is anything precise. . . . this can simply be the e-book Dean Koontz was once born to write.”—Thriller Books Journal
“Entrancing . . . as quick a chase-thriller as any Koontz . . . has ever developed. Written in Koontz’ overdue mellifluent and reflective demeanour . . . [Innocence is] fueled by way of deep disgust with the world’s evils [and] desire for redemption.”—Booklist (starred review)
“[An] innovative, mystical mystery from bestseller Koontz . . . this can be the main gratifying Koontz standalone in a while.”—Publishers Weekly
“Masterful storyteller Koontz gives you might be his such a lot eerie and weird story up to now. The timeline during this striking tale is compact, and readers might be swept alongside as they fight to resolve tricks and clues as to the genuine nature of either the protagonists and the unfolding drama. Unpredictably spine-chilling and terrifying, this can be a tale readers won’t quickly forget.”—RT e-book Reviews
“Elegant . . . lovers of Koontz’s past sequence should be left hoping that Addison and Gwyneth, too, will return.”—Library Journal