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Twilight Eyes
by Dean Koontz | Horror
Registered by wingT02S03B11D20wing of Springport, Michigan USA on 9/6/2011
Average 8 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by erishkigal): travelling


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2 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wingT02S03B11D20wing from Springport, Michigan USA on Tuesday, September 06, 2011

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How Wonderful!!! You found my book and cared enough to make an entry telling me it is in your care. Thank you for that! Please feel free to read and enjoy it. After that, it is up to you whether you keep it, or set it free to seek another adventure. Please feel free to explore the site. And, if you decide to join, (which is of course, free) you may use T02S03B11D20 for your referring member. Thanks again and have a great day! 


Journal Entry 2 by wingT02S03B11D20wing at Springport, Michigan USA on Tuesday, September 06, 2011

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This book will be going to Erishkigal as part of the BC Monopoly game. We had to send a wish list book to someone from another team. 


Journal Entry 3 by wingT02S03B11D20wing at Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Wednesday, September 07, 2011

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Released 6 yrs ago (9/7/2011 UTC) at Salt Lake City, Utah USA

CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:

Hope you enjoy the book and the goodies! 


Journal Entry 4 by erishkigal at Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Whoo~hoo~~this is a fabulous (not-so-random)abck!! Way to play monopoly! My reading is way behind right now; I'm rehearsing one show and building props for two, and I'm lucky if I read two paragraphs before I fall asleep.... but this one is definitely going on the 'short-list' pile~~Thank You!!

The Mummy with sparkling eyes and all the gummy eyes (which I've started on as I type) are fabulous!! You rock!!  


Journal Entry 5 by erishkigal at Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Thursday, September 15, 2011

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the gummies on a stick remind me of the "Musicians of Bremen." Or souvlaki. LOL~~ 


Journal Entry 6 by erishkigal at Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Wednesday, January 25, 2012

8 out of 10

from the cover:

They’re out there.

Waiting. Watching. Unseen by normal eyes, but all too visible to Slim MacKenzie, a young man blessed – or cursed – by Twilight Eyes…

They’re out there Lurking in the darkest shadows of an eerie, moonlit carnival. Feeding their twisted needs with human suffering. And fiendishly plotting the downfall of the human race…

They’re out there But don’t scream.

They’ll hear you.

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This was an enjoyable read, but not my favorite by Koontz. I loved the first half of the book~the carnies, opening that world to us, the characters, especially Joel Truck , and later, Homer. And not to say too much, one of the things I always like about Koontz is his acceptance of humanity in it's many variations, his compassion, and optimism. And his dogs :-).

The story was good, the evil goblins evil. But it felt like two different books, the second part being pure thriller, though for the most part that did keep one on edge. There were places it bogged, when Koontz was telling us too much, lecturing, and also when he would get carried away with over-the-top purple prose ( and especially when that was in the sex scenes). I found the goblin's backstory fascinatingly SF.

Thanks again for sending this, TO2! 


Journal Entry 7 by erishkigal at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Monday, July 02, 2012

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Released 5 yrs ago (7/2/2012 UTC) at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Utah USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

wild released for the Snap! Challenge~

Left on a gnarly bump on a tree, in the " grove' in Liberty park (east central)~~what a wonderful evening to be in the park~so much going on :)

To the Finder:

Thank you for picking up this book, and helping it on it's journey. I hope you will enjoy reading it. It is now yours to read, to pass on, to keep, or to leave "in the wild" again. I do hope you will journal, so that past and future readers may follow the books journey. You can join bookcrossing, or journal anonymously if you prefer. If you do join, you will be notified every time the book is journaled, enabling you too to see where it goes and what others think of it. Your information will remain private. No one is ever given your email address.

HAPPY READING!

 


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