Demon Child

Demon Child A child accursed calls Jenny to a house of terror and an appointment with death Gothic romance novel written to meet a publisher s guidelines and stave off starvation and buy a little time to write wh

  • Title: Demon Child
  • Author: Deanna Dwyer Dean Koontz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • A child accursed calls Jenny to a house of terror and an appointment with death Gothic romance novel written to meet a publisher s guidelines and stave off starvation and buy a little time to write what I really cared about.

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      Published :2019-08-19T02:04:35+00:00

    About "Deanna Dwyer Dean Koontz"

    1. Deanna Dwyer Dean Koontz

      Pseudonym for Dean Koontz

    747 thoughts on “Demon Child”

    1. I wasn't expecting much from this book, but it actually turned out to be pretty good. Sure, it has its flaws, but it also has some truly vivid moments that were really well-written and worth reading.


    2. A typical Gothic pulp novel but it had a few moments where I wondered how it all would turn out. A decent read but I can't see re-reading it.


    3. As Dean himself says, it was a story written to keep the publishers at bay and bought him more time to write what he really cared about. I didn't expect too much, but as a big Koontz fan, I knew it would still be worth reading, and it was. The ending was obvious, but it was still a good read and kept you mildly confused as to the era it was set in. With a superhighway intertwining with an historical English Manor Estate setting. I was constantly envisioning the characters in Victorian era dress, [...]


    4. It is a third person book, building the characters personalities and reasoning into every action. This made the story linger at parts. Overall, I enjoyed it, it was an easy read and not at all what I expected.


    5. This was an interesting piece of speculative fiction from the pen of Dean Koontz. Is an old family curse really responsible for the strange occurrences and deaths of local animals? A young girl believes she is the embodiment of the curse and when she enters her fugue states her spirit becomes a wolf. A minor power struggle in the family pits the current matriarch who firmly believes in the family curse and her eldest son who puts his trust in psychiatry. To this end a psychiatrist recommended b [...]


    6. i don't like it. First of, i couldn't tell if it was modern times or not because of the way it was written. Secondly, i was confused because i felt like it was written in a british and rather boring style so i gave it a british voice as I read. I also dont like how jenny is all sort of fucked up and is a mess and then at the end, everything is better because now she has a dude ? Like come on, really! Im so sick of this female characters dependency on men. Cant she just grow some balls and fix he [...]


    7. I really enjoyed this book. It was an easy fast read. It kept my attention through out. It wasn't the best Koontz novel but it was a good solid mystery.



    8. A gothic romance that is much better than I expected, but, after all is actually written by Dean Koontz.


    9. saw the ending a mile away. the one thing that saved this from a 1-star rating is the fact im huuuge dean koontz fan.


    10. Not the worst book I've ever read, but extremely predictable. I already had the mystery solved by the time I was 1/4 through it. All in all it was an ok read.


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