The Silent Corner
A NovelBook - 2017
""I very much need to be dead." These are the chilling words left behind by a man who had everything to live for--but took his own life. In the void that remains stands his widow, Jane, surrounded by questions destined to go unanswered ... unless she does what all the grief, fear, confusion, and fury inside of her demands: find the truth, no matter what"-- Provided by publisher.
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JohnK_KCMO Sep 16, 2017
The story in Koontz's latest is excellent: the conflict is massive and terrifying in its implications, the characters are believable and compelling, the action is satisfying and well-paced. But his writing style nowadays is notably different than his classic works: wordier, more ostentatious. It ... Read More »
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Children were the world as it was meant to be, and they were the light within the world. But for every light, there seemed to be someone bent on extinguishing it.
...she turns on him a blue-eyed stare as bright with the memory of suffering as with the fire of vengeance.
She had long thought of herself as a rock. But rocks, too, could fracture. Under enough pressure, even granite crumbled, decomposed.
Even in the darkest darkness, hope was a lifeline, though sometimes as thin as a thread.
...in this dangerous time when shadows cast shadows of their own, when darkness often passed for light, the just and the unjust wore the same face.
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