The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz (Jane Hawk #1)

4 Stars

My first Dean Koontz was a success! I’ve always been curious about his writing, but believed he would be too scary. I’m not a horror reader, and I have no desire to be. But I couldn’t help but want to see why he was such a popular author. I ran across The Silent Corner on NetGalley and the blurb sounded interesting without being too scary.

It was good!

The book itself was much longer than I expected, but I was thoroughly entertained. The mystery within is creepy without being scary and Jane Hawk is pretty much my hero. I did find it a bit too descriptive for my taste in a few places but I still had a hard time putting it down. I will be definitely be picking up The Whispering Room when it comes out in January.

Buy THE SILENT CORNER Here – (Hardcover)

Buy THE SILENT CORNER Here – (Kindle)

I received an advance reader copy of this book that I have chosen to review.

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5 thoughts on “The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz (Jane Hawk #1)

    1. I’m so glad I liked it too! I enjoyed it enough that I think I might try to sift through his other books and see if I can find any more of them that I can read and still sleep at night 😨😂.
      And you’re right, it is an awesome start to the trilogy because even if I hear the next book is a gory horror fest I will still be picking it up to find out what happens next.

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      1. Thanks for the recommendation! I looked it up, and it does sound like one I would like. You just saved me the trouble of having to try to find my next Koontz read 😊 Thanks!

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