Originally Posted by g1ng3rsnap9ed
I liked Phantoms, other than that Koontz has never really done it for me.
He always ends happy, that's the problem. It always ends with in a neat little package with a bow-tie.
Not always...Odd Thomas
did not end happy at all..
As for Koontz I usually like what I read by him but his books kind of have a "popcorn movie" feel to them..You know lots of flare with little depth though he does not usually disappoint...The only real problem I have with Koontz is that I usually go through his books in a day or two and I like my books to be meaty and full of depth..As for some recommendations by Koontz I would say the Odd Thomas series: Odd Thomas
,and Odd Hours
are excellent books...I have also enjoyed, The Darkest Night of the Year
,The Good Guy
,and The Husband