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Not afraid to expose facts that were not as publicized in 1981 as they are today, The Eyes of Darkness is a daring work by Dean Koontz that enchants for its well-structured and plausible simplicity.

Review | The Eyes of Darkness - Dean Koontz

Written in 1981, originally under the pseudonym of Leigh Nichols, The Eyes of Darkness is a conspiracy and grief thriller that returned to the tabloids after the media explored its link to a possible prediction of the COVID-19 pandemic. This exposition is very erroneous, since only some similarities with very common biological practices are exposed in the book.

in the plot Dean Koontz features Tina, a mother trying to get over the sudden loss of her son on a scout excursion. More than a year after what happened, she thinks she has overcome the worst moment of the loss and is engaged in the launch of the first theatrical play in which she will be a producer. However, she is haunted by strange dreams and seemingly supernatural happenings in her home that seem to indicate that there is more to her son's death. Danny of what was said.

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While Tina tries to understand if she is hallucinating due to grief or if there is even a possibility that her son is still alive and all he is seeing are signs, the reader enters with the protagonist in this psychological duality and frantically searches for the truth.

The author presents a great thriller, with the right amount of action and clues, which are perfectly resolved with plausible justifications and manage to leave just the right amount of suspense to hold the reader from beginning to end. However, many people will leave the reading frustrated by the marketing campaign mentioned above, which compares the work to the outbreak of COVID-19. Anyone interested in the book for this reason will not be satisfied with this reading.

Not afraid to expose facts not as publicized in 1981 as they are today, the eyes of Darkness is a daring work by Dean Koontz that enchants for its well-structured and plausible simplicity.

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Review | The Eyes of Darkness - Dean KoontzNot afraid to expose facts that were not as publicized in 1981 as they are today, The Eyes of Darkness is a daring work by Dean Koontz that enchants for its well-structured and plausible simplicity.
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