Kaleidoscope_Eyes, not sure if you were directing your query about Dean Koontz at anyone in particular, but in my own opinion, Dean Koontz is a great author, although his endings tend to be a bit disappointing. Although I didn't care for 77 Shadow Street, most of his other ones are pretty good. His books are easy reads and interesting as well as creepy. I can recommend some specific titles, if you like.
Dean Koontz - so you would recommend him? I see his books in shops and libraries all the time.... How would you describe his writing?
Dean Koontz is pretty much a Stephen King clone, but most of what I've read from him is pretty good. I'm a huge fan of his Odd Thomas novels. He's written four books about this character so far. The stories are kind of silly (they're about a guy who sees dead people and has Elvis Presley's and later on Frank Sinatra's ghost as his sidekick), but very entertaining.
I also got the movie All About Eve
Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy night.
Loved For Whom the Bell Tolls (indeed, almost all Hemingway's stuff), and I've always wanted to see All About Eve. I haven't yet. Enjoy, AppleScruffy96!
...and I've always wanted to see All About Eve. I haven't yet.
Loved For Whom the Bell Tolls (indeed, almost all Hemingway's stuff),
Have you read The Paris Wife by Paula McLain? It's about Hemingway's marriage to Hadley Richardson. It's a work of fiction but pretty well researched.
^^^It's really a fascinating portrait of Paris during the Jazz Age but you probably won't like Papa Hemingway very much after you read it. Of course the cure for that is to read For Whom the Bell Tolls again.
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