Night Chills - Dean Koontz

Night Chills

By Dean Koontz

  • Release Date: 1983-03-01
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4 Score: 4 (From 216 Ratings)

Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz unleashes a contagion on a small Maine town—one that triggers the darkest desires of the soul.

Designed by top scientists and unleashed in a monstrous conspiracy, night chills are seizing the men and women of Black River—driving them to acts of rape and murder. The nightmare is real. And death is the only cure...

Reviews

  • Another great koontz book

    5
    By whatever53
    Great read with interesting storyline.
  • Night Chills

    3
    By NoBrainerToMe
    This was a young Koontz book and it shows here. Did not enjoy his x rated rhetoric nor his mutilation of a child. His subject matter was fine but was not ‘wow~worthy.’ No humor. Koontz became a superior author later but not when this was written;
  • Not a minute of boring…

    5
    By Pam96706
    Classic Koontz. Edge of your seat suspense. Loved every minute of it.
  • I paid d $3 for this book

    2
    By Amigo73
    I paid too much.
  • This book is well worth your time...

    5
    By koontzfangirl
    “Night Chills” is definitely one of Koontz greatest books! What an imagination, he always keeps me captivated.
  • Amazing Book!

    5
    By Masked812
    Book was so well written with such intensity I just felt that the ending lacked that intensity like the book was cut short. The fight scene could have been more intense and more decsriptive. Otherwise an amazing read
  • Night chills

    5
    By Carjim426
    Great book, keeps you interested. Didn't want to put it down. Suspence. Loved it.
  • Loved it!!!

    5
    By SantiagoNpd
    It did not disappoint, like the rest of Deans' books!!
  • Night chills

    5
    By 808tattoo
    Awsome!
  • My first koontz

    5
    By Machinegt
    It was my first dean r koontz book and it got me addicted. Koontz usually has a very exciting beginning, developing middle and returns with an awesome finish. This is a good first read for koontz beginners and it was a revealed to me the whole hidden world of subliminal messaging that is normally never talked about in media ever.

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