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Fear Nothing

by Dean Koontz

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Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz
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    Feb 1998, 391 pages

    Dec 1998, 432 pages


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i'm not a reading person but this book is amazing and now whenever i start reading, i can't put it down and sometimes i kinda go inside the story and i forget what i am doing.i give it 10 thumbs up.
katey k

Koontz is fast becoming one of my favorite writers ever. By Koontz's extreme notice of details he almost paints the scene before you. I am now not very fond of Rhesus monkeys, but I loved the story. If you liked "Fear Nothing" than you definitely need to read "By The Light Of The Moon".
Shawna S.

Wow, I mean what else can you say. It is creppy enough to make you want to put it down, you know give the hairs on your neck a rest. But captivating enough to keep you flipping pages and shivering in suspense! Super read
Juliet Licet Cuevas

He did astonish me!
W. Hodgson's dog Zero

What a read...could not put it down....grabbed the 2nd book Seize The Night.....waiting for book 3(patience is one of my virtues)

It's the only book that has actually interested me!!!!!!!

Surely his best book yet!! Even having read many of his others, I was truley unable to put it down. The second in this series is fabulous as well. I can't wait for more!!!!! The descriptions in this book are so good, you feel like you are there. Highly recomended.

Good Stuff!!
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