The Haunted Earth

Dean Koontz


The Haunted Earth

The Haunted Earth

  • Title: The Haunted Earth
  • Author: Dean Koontz
  • ISBN: 9780447754452
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback



The Maseni were humanoid, but no creature with bulbous forehead, slit mouth and tentacles where fingers should be would ever be mistaken for a man The Maseni had been on Earth for ten years years in which the human race reeled under the shock not only of meeting an alien intelligence, but of knowing for the first time that Earth did not belong to men alone For the MasThe Maseni were humanoid, but no creature with bulbous forehead, slit mouth and tentacles where fingers should be would ever be mistaken for a man The Maseni had been on Earth for ten years years in which the human race reeled under the shock not only of meeting an alien intelligence, but of knowing for the first time that Earth did not belong to men alone For the Maseni held the secret of contacting the worlds of the supernatural, and now all of the creatures of legend and mythology had been released from their ancient bondage Not all of them were happy about the new freedom however even a vampire is apt to resent the interference when he s stopped in mid bite by the precise wording of a decision handed down by the Supreme Court of the United Nations Dean Koontz takes a wild and wacky look at the wonderful future of Earth when men and demons walk hand in hand.


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i've read so many stories from dean koontz, have enjoyed all of them, though a few from years ago i liken to cheeseclothe fabric is therebut it won't keep you cozy on cold winter eveningsere was a time, too, when i picked up a copy of The Dean Koontz Companion and at the back of that, there is a list of his titles at the time(1994)d included in that list at the back of the companion were 30? 40? 50? titles i'd never heard before, hadn't seen them listed in "also by dean koontz" that is present j [...]

This is one of my favorite Koontz books. It is so far out of the "norm" that he writes. I read it after reading several of his books and I found this to be a nice, and interesting, break from his thrillers. If you love Koontz books, I do recommend reading this one.

The only Koontz novel I've ever been able to finish. Funny and occasionally scary. the humor is a bit broad, but the concepts are well thought out.

Different from his usual writings

The world building has an interesting idea, but I didn't care about the characters, and the story was dull. As a bonus, it's either sexist, or one of the characters is meant to be a surprise Easter-egg realization for the reader.

Interesting setting, decent characters, story hook that held my attention. One of the better Koontz books I've read. Unfortunately, it crapped out on the ending, so much so that it felt like a waste of my time.

Read this long ago. This is one of Koontz's earlier books. Funny science fiction / horror campy book. Was original for the time : )

Just a really strange book. Obviously written early in his career.


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