The Bad Place
#1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz delivers terrifying thrills in this novel about a man caught in a never-ending nightmare.
Frank Pollard is afraid to fall asleep. Every morning he awakes, he discovers something strange—like blood on his hands—a bizarre mystery that tortures his soul. Two investigators have been hired to follow the haunted man. But only one person—a young man with Down's syndrome—can imagine where their journeys might end. That terrible place from which no one ever returns...
This book is not bad... it’s great!
I love reading books by lots of different authors, but Dean Koontz is always my “go to” guy when I’m looking for a really scary mystery, suspense novel, or horror novel. I always have been, and always will be, a huge fan of the author, ever since I read Watchers, the first book I ever read by Koontz. The Bad Place is another prime example of why I love the author! For those looking for a truly terrifying mystery, horror story, or suspense story, you definitely get all of these in one book! But what makes it a terrific book is that you also get much more! Compelling, sympathetic characters, warmth, a bit of romance, laugh-out-loud humor, and, of course, the kind of likable protagonists who remind us of the importance of being the best, and kindest, people we can be. All of these ingredients usually make a book by Koontz irresistible to me! This book even has another ingredient that Koontz fans love in some of his books: science fiction. If you’re looking for an amazing hybrid of horror, suspense, and science fiction, you’ll be thrilled with this book!
The bad place
Whoever did not make this into a movie is out of his mind.I know this would have been a big hit and would have made the jerk that turned it down a lots of money.I think someone should reconsider this book. I mean look at some of the trash they have made into movies in the last ten years.this book make at lest two thirds of them look like the were written by ten year olds.thanks for listing to me ramble but I believe every word I said about this book signed Romie levi whittle
I'm pretty sure I read this book about eight yrs. ago. It has a evil psycho spawn of a hermaphrodite who torments this kid with DS. And if I remember correctly, transporting from this so called "bad place" involved sparkly dust clouds. My first Koontz, I liked it, you should read it!!