Winter Moon
Winter Moon
Winter Moon
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DEEPEST NIGHT, MONTANA. An eerie light proclaims the arrival of a mysterious watcher in the woods. And one solitary man begins a desperate battle against something unknown - and unknowable.

BROAD DAYLIGHT, LOS ANGELES. An ordinary morning erupts in cataclysmic violence. A young family is shattered in a heartbeat.

Fate will lead this family to an isolated Montana ranch, but their sanctuary will become their worst nightmare. For there they will face a chillingly ruthless enemy, from which no one - living or dead - is safe.


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| 1 out of 5 Stars!


  My least favorite DK novel.I normally read one of his novels in 1 or 2 days.I've been slogging through this yawnfest for over a month and I'm still not done.I don't think I'll bother, though.

However, if you like to read about poor, innocent animals dying horrible deaths, this is the book for you.

| 4 out of 5 Stars!


I am still reading this novel, but as usual Mr koontz haS done a great job.The book is full of suspense,intrigue and complex characters, yet it is an easy read.
Mr. Koontz has once again gone to the twilight side of people to provide excellent entertaitment.

| 2 out of 5 Stars!


NOTE: a few spoilers in this review, so skip if you haven't read and mind hearing about minor plot points.

Just finished this book on CD, and pretty disappointed overall. I do prefer Koontz's books that have a bit less of a supernatural theme, but even the others that I've read I liked more than this one. The main characters were okay, but the alien monster really never went anywhere and too much was left unexplained. The book ended far too abruptly with no follow-up on the characters afterwards (I was sure there'd be something made of how heroic the boy acted in particular), and there were parts that I laughed out loud at how absurd it became. He included a golden retriever as so many of his books do but the dog seemed totally unnecessary to the story, and introduced a glaring plot hole (why did the alien not just take control of him as it did other animals??) Overall, not his best work and a book you can skip without really missing much.

| 4 out of 5 Stars!


Dean Koontz did a great job of creating fears in my mind throughout this story. These fears came from humanly creatures on earth, in Los Angeles, and from creatures from another place in Montana no less.

I liked the setting of most of the story in Montana, where people are closer to nature. Also where people loved, respected, and prepared for Nature's wrath. I also always enjoy a story where people are able to prepare and defend themselves against threats to their families and to themselves and do not rely on others to protect them.

This story was scary and a real "page turner". I really enjoyed it. Please click if this helped you or no; thanks.

| 2 out of 5 Stars!


I found the first three-fourths of the book boring and slow moving.I normally love Koontz, but I do not recommend this one.

| 3 out of 5 Stars!


When I first heard about Winter's Moon I thought it was going to be like Stephen King's Dreamcatcher (I heard that they both had similar career paths and the only other story with aliens in it by King that I have read was Dreamcatcher so I figured that this was his version of it) but its more of a Phantoms clone then anything.

The story is very good with two plots going on at the same time. One of them is about a Police Officer and how he has to deal with almost losing the use of his legs and the other one is about a retired man who is sure that something is happening in the back of his house.

The second story about the man and the thing growing in his backyard was interesting and gripping while the first story I sort of tugged along with. Things could have been taken out of this book (Koontz should have dropped the whole Dog thing unless it was vital to the story) but you could do worse.

| 3 out of 5 Stars!


"Winter Moon" is and awesome 300 page novel...stretched to 480 pages. While not awful, "Winter Moon" is sooo slowly paced that you will lose interest.

The book is actually 2 (possibly 3) seperate tales..all wrapped in one. The first part of the novel switches back and forth between a Los Angles cop caught in violent shoot-out and a widowed rancher in Montana dealing with some strange things happening in and around his home.

The parts of the story dealing with the cop and his road to recovery simply drag, and read more like a condemnation by Koontz of modern society. While I agree with most of the points he makes....it's still fairly dull. The highlight of the story for me is the portions dealing with the elderly rancher. Strange lights, odd animal activity and other bizarre occurances will keep you turning the pages.

The third and final portion of the book kind of merges these two storylines together. But passages of this final portion (the 2nd half of the book) really drag and story elements get kind of shoehorned in for no good reason. A dog is introduced, but really doesn't add or bring anything to the story (but it's Koontz and a Dog must always play some kind of role), and we meet a new character in the final pages that plays a vital role in the story's outcome which felt almost like a "cheat" on the author's part.

Still, it's not an awful book, and it is a relatively quick read, so if you've got nothing else for the beach you could do a lot worse.

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