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Fear Nothing

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Wish this was a series!

This is arguably one of the best suspense books I have ever read! Whoever said this book's plot is encompassed by saying 'The end of the world by monkeys' apparently didnt get into the story...you have to become the characters, on a level, to really drain every ounce fr...
This is arguably one of the best suspense books I have ever read! Whoever said this book's plot is encompassed by saying 'The end of the world by monkeys' apparently didnt get into the story...you have to become the characters, on a level, to really drain every ounce from a book... The plot involves a huge conspiracy, beginning with his dead father's body being swapped with a bum's before being cremated...this is the start of a face-paced night that escalates practically non-stop. Everything was believable, even the dog, Orson. I have studied a lot on the subject of gene therapy, etc and it seems plausible that one day we could be faced with a similar retrovirus. I never stopped and questioned the character's 'believablity factors' A good read, though I wish it were longer. :)

posted by Anonymous on June 3, 2005

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I Can't belive He wrote this

Dean Koontz is generaly more graphic and intense in his writing. I don't know what whent wrong. Yes there have been a few other of his books that I also found to be verry dissapointing but I've found that they are few and far between. He never realy got into what was...
Dean Koontz is generaly more graphic and intense in his writing. I don't know what whent wrong. Yes there have been a few other of his books that I also found to be verry dissapointing but I've found that they are few and far between. He never realy got into what was realy gooing on and i didn't feal as into the book as I usualy get. This was a book that I COULD put down (in the middle of the chapter) But I keep reading until the end. The end was the most disapointing part. The sad thing is I'll probably read the sencond part to see if it gets better.

posted by Anonymous on July 25, 2000

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2000

    I Can't belive He wrote this

    Dean Koontz is generaly more graphic and intense in his writing. I don't know what whent wrong. Yes there have been a few other of his books that I also found to be verry dissapointing but I've found that they are few and far between. He never realy got into what was realy gooing on and i didn't feal as into the book as I usualy get. This was a book that I COULD put down (in the middle of the chapter) But I keep reading until the end. The end was the most disapointing part. The sad thing is I'll probably read the sencond part to see if it gets better.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 9, 2013

    Not his best.

    Not his best.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2012

    this book will make you fear everything

    The book called “fear nothing” has some weird characters like the antagonist his name is Christopher. And he meets some strange creatures. He also has a dog named Orson which is his best friend. Christopher is a smart funny person and has a weird obsession about poetry and strangely enough he even gives he dog beer sometimes. The main conflict in “fear nothing” is that Christopher’s father died and his body was stolen and so Christopher is trying to figure out why. I would totally recommend this book to other people because it is a good mystery and suspense.

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  • Posted August 2, 2009

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    not my style

    Well, gave it a shot again since the plot seemed interesting for that one ... Still not my style, still too long descriptions with not so much action and when there's action, it just takes forever to unravel ... Sad though becuase the plot seemed original for once.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2000

    plodded along

    I was a little disappointed in this book. The beginning set off with a bang. Really grabbed my attention. Unfortunately, that's where it stopped. The middle dragged on and the end didn't live up to my expectations. I probably wouldn't recommend this one.

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    Posted November 23, 2010

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