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About meI live in the great state of TN. I am a single parent with two children, a girl that is 18 and a boy that is 11. I absolutely love Dean Koontz. He is the most humorous and thrilling author (in my opinion).

About my libraryI like to read series. I am very into thrillers mysteries and paranormal books.

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, 40-Something Library Thingers, 50 Book Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, BookMooching, Christian Fiction, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Dean Koontz Fans, Horror Book Club, King's Dear Constant Readersshow all groups

Favorite authorsDean Koontz, Jayne Ann Krentz, James Patterson, Sidney Sheldon (Shared favorites)

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Hi, saw you on the topic 'Koontz's best' commenting on the 'Odd Thomas' audio books I think! Anyway, I like to check what books Dean Koontz fans are reading at the moment and how many they own (that also goes for Stephen King fans too), I hope you don't mind......Anyway, I noticed that you're reading Intensity - This was the first Koontz book that I read, back when I was 17 (now 30), and it got me back into reading quite regularly again, ever since Intensity I have been quite a big Koontz fan. Enjoy the book, it's brilliant and is definately on my list to be re-read (at some point).

Many thanks, hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Domlancaster (U.K.)
Hi there! We were blessed last week that the worst of the storms passed either to the north or the south of our community. We had a couple of tornadoes in our county, but they were several miles away from where I live. We did get ping pong ball sized hail, and lots of my friends, neighbors, and co-workers are dealing with either property damage (roofs and siding), car damage (dents and broken windows), or both. Our cars were under a car port so we didn't have that worry. However, our outside lights were busted and will have to be replaced. Our closest public library branch is in an area that was hit particularly hard, and the building sustained significant damage from the storm. It's closed indefinitely. I've driven past it a couple of times and noticed plastic covering most of the roof. Inside it looks like many of the shelves are covered with plastic and they're running industrial-sized fans.
Hi! I'm doing a couple of group reads this month. I just finished The Stone Diaries by Carol Shields, and I'm working on The Law and the Lady by Wilkie Collins, one of my favorite authors. So far it's reminding me of Victoria Holt. I'm also reading Ratking by Michael Dibdin. I wanted to read at least one of the books in his Aurelio Zen series before PBS runs a series based on his books this summer on Mystery! The books are set in Italy, so the television series should have some great scenery.

I haven't read any Steven King. Does he write anything without a supernatural aspect to it? I've never been able to handle horror books or films.
yes i have read alot of dean koontz. i enjoyed them but i never liked the endings. lol i have forgotten the names.
hello tabitha6. i wish the tv show the womans club was still on, i really enjoyed it. have a good day.
hello tabitha6. yes i like james patterson. i like alex cross, but my favorite is the womans muder club. right now i am reading tick tock, it is pretty good. i am starting to like michael bennett. have a good day. hope to hear from you soon. kathrynward
Another Tennessean! What part of the state are you in? I'm in East TN, near Knoxville.
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