By the Light of the Moon by Dean Koontz Paperback Book


Rent By the Light of the Moon

Author: Dean Koontz

Narrator: Stephen Lang

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Random House

Published: Feb 2007

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $29.95

Discs: 10


Three traveling companions--itinerant artist Dylan O'Conner, his autistic brother Shepherd, and Jillian Jackson, a stand-up comic--find themselves on the run, just one step ahead of deadly pursuers, as they race against time to uncover the meaning of a vicious violation committed against them. Read by Stephen Lang. Book available.

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BookLender review by Janice on 2011-11-04 19:51:10

but a mediocre Koontz novel is still better than many of the other suspense writers out there. I picked this up because my son is autistic and I was intrigued by the idea of an autistic character. Well, maybe it was Stephen Langs portrayal, but I found him to be very poorly characterized and not believable. It almost ruined the book for me. OK story I wish that there had been more to it, and Koontz wrote himself into a corner which he then magically got out of. Hmmm, now that I am writing this down, I think that I am going to go up and take away another star.