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by Natalie Ross,Dean Koontz

Download The Mask eBook
ISBN:
1455855294
Author:
Natalie Ross,Dean Koontz
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 6, 2012)
EPUB book:
1855 kb
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1709 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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923


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Dean Koontz (Author), Natalie Ross (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher). One of the worst Dean Koontz I have ever had the misfortune to read. I am happy that I was a fan before reading The Mask, or he would have never gotten me hooked

Dean Koontz (Author), Natalie Ross (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher). Get this audiobook plus a second, free. I am happy that I was a fan before reading The Mask, or he would have never gotten me hooked. The story seems rushed and cumbersome. He stays way too long using up all the adjectives he can recall to describe every nook and cranny of a scene, but leaves the plot empty where more information or character development would help the reader to feel more "in" the plot.

Dean Koontz - The Mask Series . She thanked Ross Quincy for his time and consideration. She hung up the phone. For a while she just sat there, staring at the softly humming refrigerator, trying to make sense of what she had been told.

Dean Koontz - The Mask Series -. (Mystery, Romance ) A beautiful young girl appears out of nowhere. A teenager with no past, no family-no memories.

Narrator Natalie Ross, By (author) Dean R. Koontz. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Natalie Ross does a terrific interpretation and each voice is distinctive and distinguishable from each other.

Narrated by Natalie Ross. Such a pretty face So young, so sweet. She appeared out of nowhere, in the middle of traffic, on a busy day. A teenager with no past, no fami.

She didn’t dislike the work itself; she was by nature an industrious girl who was happiest when she had chores to do. But she was afraid of the cellar. For one thing, the place was gloomy. For one thing, the place was gloomy ur narrow windows, set high in the walls, were hardly larger than embrasures, and the dust-filmed panes of glass permitted only weak, chalky light to enter. Even brightened by a pair of lamps, the big room held on tenaciously to its shadows, unwilling to be completely disrobed

Written by Dean Koontz, Audiobook narrated by Natalie Ross.

Written by Dean Koontz, Audiobook narrated by Natalie Ross. The House of Thunder. Narrated by: Laural Merlington, Mel Foster. Length: 9 hrs and 57 mins.

Author: Dean Koontz Narrator: Natalie Ross Publisher: Brilliance Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook . Definitely not as gripping as some of Koontz other books, but well worth a look for a quick read

Author: Dean Koontz Narrator: Natalie Ross Publisher: Brilliance Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: . 5 hours Release Date: March 2010 ISBN: 9781441817266. Definitely not as gripping as some of Koontz other books, but well worth a look for a quick read. making for a decent read.

Such a pretty face


So young, so sweet. She appeared out of nowhere, in the middle of traffic, on a busy day. A teenager with no past, no family—no memories.


Such a lovely child


So blond and beautiful. Carol and Paul were drawn to her—she was the child they’d never had. A dream come true. And then Carol’s nightmares began—the ghastly sounds in the night…the bloody face in the mirror…the razor-sharp ax.


Such relentless evil


So deceptively innocent. Most mothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that’s what frightened Carol most of all….


  • Jek
I have read Koontz for over 20 years. I wait impatiently for each new novel. He grabs you from the first few pages and drags you at a fast pace through each and every turn!
I don't think I have ever been disappointed with one of his tomes, this one kept me on the edge of my seat. Hated it to end!!!
  • kolos
I'm with everyone else. The ending was very abrupt and unsatisfying. Otherwise okay, but not near as good as his later works.
  • komandante
I remember thinking this was the best book ever when I read it for the first time in 6th grade. Reading it as an adult it was decidedly less great, but still pretty good.
  • Karg
Excellent read.
I loved the way Dean Koontz tied up all the loose ends.
I'm a believer of reincarnation so for me this really was a good read.
Thriller plus reincarnation, what more could one ask for.
  • Drelahuginn
Really? No big reveal? Carol never finds out about Jane? What happens to the girl? Do they find her parents? Wtf. Worst ending of my life and I read a book every few days. Smh.
  • Nalmezar
One of the worst Dean Koontz I have ever had the misfortune to read. I am happy that I was a fan before reading The Mask, or he would have never gotten me hooked.

The story seems rushed and cumbersome. He stays way too long using up all the adjectives he can recall to describe every nook and cranny of a scene, but leaves the plot empty where more information or character development would help the reader to feel more "in" the plot. I like a story that transports me there, not just by descriptive scenery, but also with being able to feel the characters emotions etc.

The Mask felt like the first draft of a real novel. I usually have to tear myself away from a Dean Kontz novel because I am excited and curious about how the plot thickens, while at the same time not wanting to get to the end and finish my exhilarating experience...not this time. I completed The Mask in one sitting and the only jolt I got was when I got to the end.

The abrupt, untidy ending wasn't even the sort that made you feel like maybe there is a part 2. Au contraire, the ending felt like Koontz got annoyed with writing this annoyingly written novel and just decided to end it there so he could go on to spend more time on his better written novels.
  • Winawel
I gave the book four stars because I did not like the way the book ended. The ending just left me hanging. I was surprised and very disappointed with how this book ended. This question keep running around and around in my head. The question is. What happened? I need an answer I can live with.

However, the book was well written and interesting. I would go a far as to call the book a page turner. Maybe, I missed an important point in the book? But, I don't think I did.

I recommend that you read the book. Maybe, you will have a better understanding of the book's ending than I did.
This book was incredibly predictable. I could barely get through it. Usually I really like Dean Koontz's books but this one was just awful.