False Memory - Dean Koontz Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747258341 / Author: Dean Koontz / Genre: Horror
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False Memory by Dean Koontz
Martie is an ordinary woman with an ordinary life until one morni ...
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by - written on 04/04/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Being laid up ill for what feels like the umpteenth time in the last six months, I decided that I couldn't take any more of the dross that gets passed for daytime broadcasting and picked up the thickest book I could find - which happened to be False Memory by Dean Koontz, which I last read long enough ago to have forgotten the majority of the plot details if not the basic premise. ***DEAN KOONTZ*** He probably needs little introduction but to the uninitiated, Dean Koontz is pretty much the master and commander of the science fiction / horror easy-reading genre. American, as has been the setting of all of his books that I have read bar one (and that's a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/01, updated on 17/12/01 (Very useful, 167 readings)
Martie Rhodes, once a strong independant woman, who designs video games for a living is reduced to a quivering wreck, afraid of her own shadow. Susan Jagger, Martie`s best friend, is agoraphobic, and seems to be getting worse every time Martie sees her. Dusty, Martie`s husband is a house painter, and while on a job he has to stop his half-brother Skeet from jumping off a roof after taking a cocktail of pills. What these people have in common, is a therapist by the name of Dr Ahriman. After taking her friend Susan for therapy sessions, Martie suddenly develops a severe case of autophobia, but calms down once she`s settled in Dr Ahriman`s office. His office also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/01, updated on 14/06/01 (Very useful, 62 readings)
This has to be one of the 'fattest' books I have read. The only reason I bought it, as oppose to a 'normal' sized book, is because of its author, Dean Koontz. I have read quite a few of his books now and find his writing style fantastic. In fact I find the style easier and more enjoyable to read than Stephen King who at times goes on far too much for my liking. I can deal with a little desciption but not pages at a time. Anyway back to reviewing this book - firstly, don't let the thickness of it put you off. Don't think that you don't have the time to read such a massive book and therefore should opt for something else. You will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/01, updated on 12/10/01 (Very useful, 115 readings)
This was one of my first 'ops' here on 'dooyoo', and looking back after reading and rating some excellent ops, this really didn't make the grade, so I updated. The update failed to excite, either you, or me so it was time for a total re write! This book came with me to Tunisia in April (one of many ~ gimme a pool, the sun, an obliging waiter (oi, get ya mind outta the gutter you!), a good book, and I'm happy!) It was the reason I lost a day of my holiday to the words in front of me rather than the delights of Tunisia. I swear, I could not put this down. I started late one evening, or should I say, early one morning, after a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/00, updated on 20/07/00 (Very useful, 45 readings)
The star of this epic is Martie Rhodes. She is a married, successful video games designer who takes her friend Susan to therapy sessions, to help her get over her agoraphobia. It has been a bonding experience for the two friends. One morning, Martie suddenly feels afraid of her own shadow. Other anxiety attacks come on and it is discovered that she is suffering from autophobia - a fear of oneself. Her life begins to radically change, although her husband is a rock for her. He starts to get close to the truth and discovers a horrifying secret. What is going on? Can they be saved or is it too late? With this novel, Koontz has another success on his hands. Like ... Read the complete review
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