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Oct 05, Shorty rated it really liked it Shelves: He had a great character in the story, but I would have liked to see him become a stronger character. I thought it was pretty cool how Tommy compared himself to his detective character in itck book. When the stitches popped off the doll turns into a devil but they try to get the stitches back onto the rag doll.

It’s perfect for whiling the day away with a few laughs. This book captivated my attention a edan, but the part that kept me captivated the most was when the doll first showed up on his doorstep and when he brought it in the house it would move.

Tick Tock by Dean Koontz

Tommy Phan is a successful detective novelist living the American dream in Southern California. Also there is a dog and I just maybe sighed so hard I caused my poor cat’s fur to ruffle. Anyone who likes 40s music, science fiction and delightful characters will be thrilled with moontz short book.


Her dog seems incredibly smart, something that unnerves Tommy. One night he gets a doll that shows up on his door step.

Tommy, the main character was a reporter in a former profession and worried he may have upset some Vietnamese gangs he asks his older brother for help.

Like a b-movie I was just fascinated by how increasingly dumber and dumber the plot twists got and how screwball the characters were. I love the story that unfolded with koonta and del.

Ticktock : A chilling thriller of predator and prey

All that’s missing from this story is Elvis. Then, there was another story on the side about Dale Pain. It turns out that where, to my ear at least, his Russian accent is quite good, he totally freaking sucks at Vietnamese. I love that movie. My initial impression was that Koontz over-described everything. This is when things start getting really weird.

Tick Tock by Dean Koontz 3 24 Nov 01, Quick, fun, ideal for travel. When I first joined Goodreads, I had about a good 20 minutes of fun searching books that I had read and giving them ratings based off of memory.

I love submarine adventures and to me, this numbers with the best of them. I don’t recall having read anything by Dean Koontz before. I love Dean Koontz’ wild and zany characters, but I thought the story just wasn’t my style. Oh, there’s a countdown the computer and clock having nothing to do with the story. His partner, a hippie airhead blonde, was terrible.


She berates him for being a bad son and tries to force him into coming kolntz for dinner. Fans of Koontz will enjoy this novel and also fall in love with the dog Scootie.

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Book ratings by Goodreads. Sole Survivor A Novel By: It is significantly out-of-genre for Koontz: Suddenly Christine’s pride and joy, her only son, is targeted by a group of religious fanatics. Curious, he brings it inside.

Dylan O’Connor, a gifted young artist, is attacked by a mysterious “doctor” and injected with a strange substance. This was great fun This was very entertaining and pulled at my heartstrings.

The demon thing gives chase at first to just Tommy but soon it’s chasing them both across the city and beyond. I’m sure that you’ll enjoy both books!!!

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