Critique of Winter Moon
In Winter Moon by Dean Koontz a cloudy Los Angeles, California day is shattered when a hot Hollywood director turns a city street into a fiery abyss. A heroic police officer, Jack McGarvey, is badly wounded in the inferno and will not be able to walk for months. Little does Jack know that a series of events will lead him and his family to a ranch in Montana. On that isolated
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bone chilling suspense thriller. The book gets you involved very fast and continues to build momentum throughout the story. Koontz’s handling of the main elements in the novel was flawlessly executed, which added to the exciting atmosphere of the work. My mom said that the book was a little too scary for her and made her uneasy at times, so be cautioned: this book is not intended for those weak of heart, or stomach.