Tick Tock actually shows that Koontz has a sense of humor. His other hobby, street racing, ultimately led to his death at the young age of 24. A strange doll is left on Tommy Phan's front steps, stranger than anyone could ever imagine. This book is the fourth book in a five book series. Romance readers would most likely be put off by the violence.
The only reason I gave it a four is because the beginning started off super interesting then there was a couple chapters that were somewhat boring. I wholeheartedly suggest this book. Something terrifying emerges from the pristine white cloth, something that will follow Tommy wherever he goes. After fate brings a meeting with Del, a woman who appears to speak somewhat cryptically, they embark on a race to flee the creature. Christine Scavello and her six-year-old son are accosted by a strange old woman.
He has too many questions, no answers, and very little time. This book is just all over the place. But then the character walks into an episode straight from the heart of the supernatural, and I just couldn't face what might come---so I shut it and decided to let someone else deal with the scary stuff to come. Something that he can't destroy. The main characters are Vietnamese.
They get to the island where her mother lives to get advice and a car. He meets a blond waitress there which he will meet later in the story again. There are no mistakes functions and capabilities of different types of guns. With a novel a year hitting the bookshelves he was as prolific a writer as Stephen King. Tommy is worried about Deliverance Del , but they are both really funny together.
She also shows another side to her when Tommy wants to see her paintings, and she threatens to shoot him if he does. After escaping from death, Deliverance decides to go on her boat to escape from the demon. This book kept me reading because I wanted to know what would happen to Tommy and if he would survive the evil doll trying to kill him. It went from 'edge of my seat' straight to comedy club material. The story was enticing the first half of the story. They lick their own butts.
The book chronicles the night from hell for Tommy Phan. His brother had called his mother for advice and she knew exactly what to do. She was awkwardly antagonistic and a blatant know-it-all. I am so glad that I did, because it is seriously one of the best books that I have read in awhile, and that is just not limiting the criteria to Dean Koontz novels either. Get put on a higher pedestal than humans by many people.
Ticks are divided into two main families, soft ticks Argasidae and hard ticks Ixodidae. Seventy-point-seven inches in width at the dogleg, forty-six-point-three inches high, with a minimum ground clearance of four-point-two inches. I adored it then, and it remained one of my favorite Koontz novels for a very long time. It's a simple doll, covered entirely in white cloth, with crossed black stitches for the eyes and mouth, and another pair forming an X over the heart. Fast and easy to read and follow.
His point is that an individual, such as Silas, must check their morals at the door if they have any plans to make it in the business world. Not a shining moment for Koontz. Then he met strong willed, blond american young women who swept him of his feet, literally!! Curious, he brings it inside. I was totally into it and then, then Del Payne came upon the scene. A murderous sociopath, Edgler Foreman Vess, has entered the house, intent on killing everyone inside. He has only one ally, a beautiful, strangely intuitive waitress he meets by chance—or by a design far beyond his comprehension. What in the world is this thing and why is it after him? It's a mixture of sci-fi and horror but always with some levity in it and a great Koontz adventure that will leave you breathless with an added element of humor and just a bit of romance.