Seize the Night (Moonlight Bay Trilogy, Book 2) : A spooky read for Halloween
One by one, the children of Moonlight Bay are disappearing. No one knows if they are dead or alive. Christopher Snow, suffering from the rare disorder xeroderma pigmentosum, has glimpsed the dark and torrid secrets of the small-town community where he has spent his entire life. And only he has the key to the truth - a truth that could only exist in the genetic chaos of Moonlight Bay.
- Paperback | 512 pages
- 114.3 x 177.8 x 38.1mm | 258.55g
- 03 Jun 1999
- Headline Publishing Group
- Headline Book Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
'As ever, the writing is fluid, the dynamic taut and the relationships between the characters - Snow, his girlfriend Sasha, Bobby and the intelligent animals, Orson and Mungojerrie, in particular - compulsive' The Times 'Tour de force... With headlong glee, Koontz again unveils encyclopedic intelligence about how things work in the physical world - and how to bolt sentences into the moonlight' Kirkus Reviews 'Masterful stuff' Jersey Evening Post No bestselling novelist creates magnetic characters as consistently as Koontz does. The wonderfully delineated loyalties among these characters will win readers' hearts. The suspense soars...a rousing crowd-pleaser' Publishers Weekly 'Looking for the kind of suspense that will raise goosebumps on goosebumps? Cosy up to the latest pulse-quickener from Dean Koontz...full of the creepy kind of dread [his fans] have come to savour in his novels' People
About Dean Koontz
Dean Koontz is an international household name whose novels have sold many millions of copies worldwide and have appeared on national and international bestseller lists, selling millions of copies each year. He lives with his wife Gerda, their dog Anna and the enduring spirit of their dog Trixie in southern California.
'As ever, the writing is fluid, the dynamic taut and the relationships between the characters - Snow, his girlfriend Sasha, Bobby and the intelligent animals, Orson and Mungojerrie, in particular - compulsive' The Times