Koontz’s ‘Corner’ keeps readers on edge

  Because both of my parents constantly read, I hear about books they recommend every day. Recently, my mom and dad both told me about Dean Koontz’s “From the Corner of His Eye.” I was reluctant to read it after seeing the 700 some-odd page paperback, yet when I started reading, I could not stop until I finished it much later that night.
  Koontz cleverly intertwines four stories and creates an incredibly suspenseful and enjoyable novel. I honestly can say this is the best novel I have ever read. I surprised myself by reading this novel three times and enjoying it even more every time.
  Here’s a brief synopsis: A psycho killer who will do anything to kill the mysterious Bartholomew, a detective who will do anything to stop him, a widowed pie-making mother who has a blind boy who can travel between infinite worlds, and a young mother with a genius daughter are all brought together by Koontz’s imaginative writing.
  Koontz finds a way to make every unimaginable situation completely believable and easily keeps any reader on the edge of his seat.

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