Dean Koontz’s Strangers

This was one of my favorite Koontz books.

We follow ten main characters that head for a little town in Nevada in order to find out what had happened to them almost two years prior to the beginning of the book. While searching, they are stalked by a specialized military squad.

The book worked in an amazing way. So many main characters are almost unheard of in suspense novels, and are even rarer in epic fantasies, but this book was well tied together. Don’t get me wrong, this is by no means an epic fantasy. It’s a suspense novel, one tied in with some soft science-fiction elements, and it keeps a steady pull of suspense throughout. I enjoyed it, and found it as enthralling as “Watchers” and “Breathless.”


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