Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Face (Dean Koontz)

The Face
Dean Koontz

Blurb: The Face. As Hollywood's most dazzling star he has the love of millions - but the hatred of one deeply twisted soul. Just before Christmas, the star has received six messages promising a very nasty surprise.

The Face's security chief is Ethan Truman, an ex-cop with a troubled past. He's found the messenger but not the source of the threat, and he's worried. But not half as worried as he would be if he knew that Fric, the Face's ten-year-old-son, was home alone and getting calls from 'Moloch, devourer of children'. The terrified boy is planning to go into hiding in his father's vast mansion - putting himself beyond Ethan's protection.

And Ethan may be all that stands between Fric and an almost unimaginable evil...

ISBN: 9780007843763 (Paperback)
Year: 2003
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers
Pages: 672 (Fiction)



  1. The Face is a suspenseful novel filled with fascinating characters and bone chilling horror. Enter a world where mystery's need to be solved in this realm and beyond.

  2. From the start, the stage is set for this unusual and original tale with the rain, pouring down incessantly over the city of angels. In fact, the grey, gloomy skies and rain are major characters in the book.