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ISBN:0352301643
Author: Dean R. Koontz
ISBN13: 978-0352301642
Title: Night Chills
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Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Nexus; New Ed edition (1982)
Pages: 320

Night Chills by Dean R. Koontz



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Dean Koontz - Night Chills Series -. (Horror, Thriller ) Designed by top scientists and unleashed in a monstrous conspiracy, night chills are seizing the men and women of Black River-driving t. Once entertained, however, they will be tempted to dismiss Night Chills as quickly as they might a novel about demonic possession or reincarnation. Although this story is intended primarily to be a good read, I cannot stress strongly enough that the basic subject matter is more than merely a fantasy of mine; it is a reality and already a major influence on all our lives.

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

Reviews: 7
Modimeena
I didn't like this book very much. While the topic was a bit disturbing, it's also very dated in many ways. I like Koontz because he has great, relatable characters and wonderful descriptions and similes. This book has very little of that and has quite a bit of disturbing sexual content that is unusual for a Koontz book and I didn't appreciate. Would recommend you skip this if you are a fan of his later works and don't enjoy reading about rape and pornographic subliminal imagery.
Rarranere
This novel makes you think about what if...as in what if we had the power to completely control other people to make them do our bidding, even if it means they must die to carry out our wishes. You will be on the edge of your seat until the very end!
Xurad
Written in 1977, it may seem quaint, with computers that take up a lot of space and don't have as much power as your smart phone. But this is the foundation of a more recent book by Koontz, "The Face," that will give you 21st century chills. That is filled with high-tech complexities, in the sense that both the villain and the hero have resources available to them that are not available here. Makes this terror, however bad it may have been for the denizens of the tiny lumbering community where it took place, not so very terrifying.

One particularly satisfying element for me was that one of the three super-villains is a wealthy religious fanatic who wants to enslave the world for Jesus.
GAZANIK
After trudging through Koontz's new works, going back to the old was just amazing. Great plot, loved how he explained everything for us simpletons. Great read, as all of his older works.
Skilkancar
This book was a very good read. It used to be apart of the banned books list as it was banned quite awhile back. Some of the writing is dated in a sense and that is because of the year it was wrote. Nonetheless, I found it to be VERY interesting. Some parts may have been uncomfortable but were neccesary. These parts help show the reader how subliminal messaging can really affect someone. After all, so much is possible but it makes you mindful when watching commecials and not buy into the hype of it. Long story short, a good read if you have an open mind and are not uncomfortable with exploring controversial ideas.
betelgeuze
I am a huge Dean Koontz fan. Night Chills was a good book but I was slightly disappointed in it. There were portions of the book that were page turning action but unfortunately there was often 20 pages or so of what I found to be boring conversation between characters discussing the science behind memory and control. I would recommend the book because it was written well and it was mostly entertaining. Do not buy this book if you are uncomfortable with explicit sexual content and graphic violence.
Onnell
DK at his scariest. One thing about Koontz is that his scary is realistic. There are no monsters, except of the human variety.
And those are the most frightening of all. The basis of this story is subliminal messages and mind control. Are they real and do they work? The answer, at least in this book (and I believe in the real world as well), is a resounding yes.
This book is well worth the read.
This is another older book from Mr. Koontz that I missed in the 80's.... It did seem a little out dated, and there was a very sad part that one does not expect from him. However, as usual I read it through very quickly, he is such a masterful teller of his tales that you just can't stop reading! And as always if you have a KINDLE buy your books on it! So easy to download, they're usually always less expensive & no holding awkward heavy books or tight little paper backs!