I've also read the funhouse and from the corner of her eye.
Then I got the novel he released following that, 'the taking'. Very disappointed with it. Is it me, or was he trying to convert the readers into christians? not bad, but not great.
> A lot of Koontz is pretty good I feel
You must be a Man United fan then. ;)
His latest (over here anyway), The Taking, is pretty awful in my view. But the book before that, The Face, is one of his best.
> I wholeheartedly reccommend buying books from Tesco's if you don't
Yeah, was tempted to buy all the Dark Tower series (7 books) for three quid a piece. Usually though, it's amazon marketplace.
Most shops are selling Vodka (the book!) for around £7.99.
I got it in Tescos for a mere £3.75. Quite a bargain :)
> Vodka? Boris Starling?
Thats the one. I might give up on the Koontz book I'm currently reading and begin that. TBH Koontz is getting on my nerves!
And that Dan Brown book is called err angels and something. I don't know how ludicrous his writing is though, as I haven't read anything else by him.
I'm surprised some eager staffie hasn't warned you for going round the swear filter. ;D
> I look forward to it. I still have to read vodka and some Dan Brown
> book first though ;) Which isn't the divinci code by the way, I
> forget it's name :)
Vodka? Boris Starling? I loved Messiah, but haven't got around to buying the new one. Dan Browns entertaining enough, but you've got to switch into "24" Mode. I.e. Enjoy every ridiculous plot twist that he throws at you, in much the same way "24"s mountian lion attack stretched credulity to breaking point. ;)
> Well, I'll try out some Clive Barker like you reccommended ;)
Prepare to have your eyes opened. :D
Books of Blood -> Weaveworld -> Imagica -> Great and Secret Show.