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This book got me hooked onto the whole james patterson, dean koontz crime thriller fast paced genre. it is a phenomenal story of a woman who in short, cannot remember a thing about her life and you jump into the moment she starts to remember things. helped by her doctor and cursed by her memories of the past the house of thunder is full of twists and turns. unpresedented twists and turns believe me! the story becomes a bit skewed and i guess you could say boring around a third of the way in because you don't really see where the story is going and then BAM it hits you and if you, like me can't put down a good book, get the red bull ready and prepare to stay up for the night, i was generally shocked the way the book turned out :D i am now hoping i have not ruined the book for someone by raising their expectations and looking into the story too much. If you like Dean Koontz then you should deffinatly read his frankenstien trilogy they are class and do mary shelly justice believe me :D
This book was originally written under the name Leigh Nicholls. It tells the story of Susan Thorton who wakes up in a hospital in a town called Willawauk. She has no recollection of the accident and has amnesia. A surgeon called Dr Mcgee and a nurse called Mrs Baker help her on the road to recovery but she cant remember anything from her life only a weird feeling that something happened there. Susan then starts having dreams about her boyfriend who was killed in a tragic fraternity accident 13 years before. He was killed by 4 men who she starts to see around the hospital but the thing is they havent changed a bit and 2 of them had died a few years ago! She also keeps seeing the rotting corpse of her boyfriend! Susan starts to doubt her sanity until she finds some hard evidence from one of her dreams. Susans dreams become more vivid and terrifying and as she has until the friday to find out if the dreams are real or imaginary.... This book will keep you hooked right up to the end. It made me quite scared as I was reading it. Even if you arent a Dean Koontz fan you will enjoy this book.