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May 26, 2009


If you knew whom you were up against, you’d never stop running…

Dean Koontz, the #1 New York Times bestselling master of suspense, explores the razor-thin line between the best and worst of human nature—and the anarchy simmering just beneath society’s surface. This edge-of-your-seat new read pits a good-natured novelist against his harshest critic, a man of unimaginable malice. RELENTLESS gives new meaning to the term sociopath.

Here are the facts:

The hero: Cullen Greenwich, aka Cubby. Bestselling fiction author, loving husband and father, and the target of highly calculated and brutal attack.

The situation: When the somewhat mysterious book critic Shearman Waxx visciously attacks Cubby’s new novel in print, the writer knows better than to let it get to him. But Cubby can’t let it go. And after the two have a seemingly harmless encounter, Cubby finds himself dragged into a world of escalating terror.

A small sampling: “Because we’d seen our share of Batman movies, we knew that Evil with a capital E stalked the world, but we never expected that it would suddenly, intently turn its attention to our happy household or that this evil would be drwn to us by a book I had written.”

What others have said: “Koontz is a master of the edge-of-your-seat, paranoid thriller.”
Newark Star-Ledger

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June 27, 2009 17:23
Posted by: jennie

I just finished the book last night. I definetly think it is one of his bests. Not as good as Tha Taking, but definetly on of his bests. Make sure you read it. No detectves!!!

June 29, 2009 17:05
Posted by: Christopher Jason

So far, this a very compelling novel.

June 30, 2009 22:42
Posted by: Bren

I love Dean Koontz can't wait till paperbook comes out!

July 2, 2009 08:58
Posted by: Patrick

I have read many books by Dean and everyone is better than the next, I especially liked the Odd Thomas books they were my favorites and Tick Tock was also really good. I look forward to reading Relentless.

July 2, 2009 13:56
Posted by: Cynthia

I have not read this one yet, but I will. I am a huge fan of Dean Koontz, that's all I read and I have almost all his books.

July 6, 2009 06:34
Posted by: damon

loved strangers, read it in el salvador, but didnt finish the last 50 pages, give or take, cant find it anywhere, ideas?