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by Brian Coffey
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Brian Coffey
  • ISBN:
    0451099664
  • ISBN13:
    978-0451099662
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  • Publisher:
    Signet (August 4, 1981)
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
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The Voice of the Night is a novel by American author Dean Koontz, released in 1980 under the pseudonym Brian Coffey.

The Voice of the Night is a novel by American author Dean Koontz, released in 1980 under the pseudonym Brian Coffey

The Voice in the Night is my lates/ The Koontz-Alert Checklist (Every Dean Koontz book has at least one of the following .

The Voice in the Night is my lates/ The Koontz-Alert Checklist (Every Dean Koontz book has at least one of the following ten things. 1. Blond lead/love interest - Yes. There are quite a few blonds in this book, actually. Originally published under the pen name Brian Coffey in 1980, The Voice of The Night received almost no attention and I really don't know why. Scary, psychological, chilling and realistic, it will touch One of Koontz's most underrated novels. Roy and Colin are two unlikely friends; Colin is a shy and awkward bookworm, while Roy is the most popular kid in the down.

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I didn't realize that I had read this book many years ago when it was published under the name Brian Coffey

I didn't realize that I had read this book many years ago when it was published under the name Brian Coffey. A few years ago I bought it when it was released on kindle under the name Dean Koontz. But it was published 27 years ago.

Very Very Good Book~! Published by Thriftbooks I even remember writing the author a fan letter when I was like 15 years old. Attention Brian Coffey - you owe me a letter! Scary, psychological, chilling, and realistic

Very Very Good Book~! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. The Voice of the Night, by Dean R. Koontz is the best book I have ever read. I couldn't put if down from the minute I picked it up and started reading it. If you want an example of a page turner, then here's one for you. The book is about a young fourteen year old boy, Colin, who moves to a new little town in the 1990's. I even remember writing the author a fan letter when I was like 15 years old. Attention Brian Coffey - you owe me a letter! Scary, psychological, chilling, and realistic. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago.

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The studio was nothing like his boyhood imaginings of the far-away radio stations that he had pictured as peopled by announcers and engineers in tuxedos pointing cues at one another through inch-thick panes of glass. But Bob reined supreme from the tattered announcer’s chair and that night, Luke knew again his boy-dream of being a radio man.

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Drelalak
Written by Dean Koontz under one of his early pen names. Great book. Great author!
Dogrel
Writing a review for a hopelessly out of print and obscure old horror paperback. Futile? I agree, but I looked this one up on a lark because something about it has held it in my memory for the last 16 years. I can't even remember much of the plot except it had kind of a "Separate Peace" friendship-gone-wrong thing going on between two young boys that I found captivating. The characters were really well done and the love subplot between the protagonist and his lady friend was really sweet. I even remember writing the author a fan letter when I was like 15 years old. Attention Brian Coffey -- you owe me a letter!
Anaragelv
I read this book about a year ago, the version I read was a reissue with Dean Koontz name. I thought it was a good story, though not the same as he usually writes.