77 Shadow Street (with bonus novella The Moonlit Mind): A Novel (Pendleton Book 1)

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  • Publisher‏:‎ Bantam (December 27, 2011)
  • Publication date‏:‎ December 27, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 3604 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 722 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

77 Shadow Street (with bonus novella The Moonlit Mind): A Novel (Pendleton Book 1)

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  1. I love Dean Koontz and I am a serious collector of horror fiction, I have all of his work including early work and such Now I know there are a lot of weird or creepy stories he has written through the decades but this book just takes the cake for it all What the hello was Dean Koontz thinking when writing this hodgepodge fiasco The book 77 Shadow Street starts out really good, almost giving a little bit of the great Stephen King s The Shining vibe but instead of a hotel there s a creepy apartmen [...]


  2. This is the second time I read this book, for discussion on a group I found it much better the second time around Initially the book is hard to get into There is a large cast of characters and the only thing that they have in common is that they all live in a condominium called the Pendleton House As we meet the various characters we also learn that this house has a history and a haunted one at that Every 78 years some unusual events happen at the house and people end up dead or missing There ar [...]


  3. Wayyy too long What would have been a good story seemed to be stretched out to the point of it being boring Spent way too much time describing details of grotesque creatures I m a big fan of Koontz but not of this book The best part, no pun intended was the ending and explanation for everything like the one If you read it do what I did half way through and skip partsyou re not missing anything.


  4. Dean Koontz s 77 SHADOW STREET is not an easy book to describe On the one hand, it s a fairly familiar haunted house tale in which generations of residents at a posh Victorian mansion are sucked into a terrible nightmare On the other hand, it s Koontz s little jab at the modern world, which he sees as disintegrating around us, leaving us unprepared to combat the ultimate forces of evil The house itself, once called Belle Vista and now the Pendleton, happens to have been constructed on something [...]


  5. This, in theory, could have been so good Instead it fails terribly The premise for the storyline is good It s just not seen through well at all.We have an old mansion, built in 1897 It s had a few owners and a very checkered past In 1973 it was converted to luxury condos The troubled history continues into present day 2011.The book is sectioned into mini chapters, each dealing with it s own character In the beginning, it held my interest and I couldn t understand all the poor ratings There were [...]


  6. I ve read a lot of Dean Koontz s novels and would thoroughly recommend most perhaps not False Memory as you could do a lot worse than while away a few hours with one of his books, except this one In a word terrible He appears to be exploring the horror genre fully here and it just doesn t work The supposedly chilling parts of this book fall flat and I felt that on than one occasion that is was a book that should have been written by Clive Barker Together with the plot constantly jumping around b [...]


  7. I don t think I ve ever read a bad book by Koontz What an imagination he has Just great characters I didn t think anything could be gross and demonic than the Orcs from.Lord of the Rings by Tolkien, but Koontz has topped that here horrible, frightening, evil but with joy and hope Unputdownable