[Epub] Star Quest By Dean Koontz – Thomashillier.co.uk


  • Paperback
  • 254 pages
  • Star Quest
  • Dean Koontz
  • English
  • 14 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Star Quest

  1. says:

    The first novel by Dean Koontz is widely different from the novels that first drew me to him as an author Dean is best known for suspense thrillers often with a twist sometimes the paranormal for examples Phantoms sometime futuristic science Watchers, Night Chills Star Quest is however a Sci Fi adventure story, which centres on two struggles for freedom The first concerns Thom who inadvertently discovers that he is not simple a robotic war machine a Jumbo but was once a living person w The first novel by Dean Koontz is widely different from the novels that first drew me to him as an author Dean is best known for suspense thrillers often with a twist sometimes the paranormal for examples Phantoms sometime futuristic science Watchers, Night Chi...


  2. says:

    My goal is to eventually read every Dean Koontz book I figured I d start 2018 with his first, which is quite different from what he s known for I didn t dislike the book, I just thought it was okay for a science...


  3. says:

    A fun short read of Koontz s first book Enjoyable.


  4. says:

    I found a copy of it in Half Priced Books, had to buy it as I am a Dean Koontz fan It s his first published book, but it isof a novella It is Sci fi and came out in 1968 in a pulp fiction book It is a happy go lucky good guy, typical arrogant bad guys There is nothing special about the story or anything that makes it stand out from other sic fi of that time It was a fast read, okay story, and not something that Koontz should be proud of It was his start and nothingWord is that I found a copy of it in Half Priced Books, had to buy it as I am a Dean Koontz fan It s his first published book, but it isof a novella It is Sci fi and came out in 1968 in a pulp fiction book It is a happy go lucky good guy, typical arrogant bad guys There is nothing special about the story or anything that makes it stand out from other sic fi of that t...


  5. says:

    Look, compared to his later works, this is definitely not his strongest But based on the era in which it was written and the fact I was not bored throughout the book, I liked it It was a fun little ride I am glad I read the first one Now, I jus...


  6. says:

    These books are old school Both from 1968 And short around 25,000 words each Back then, that was a 1 2 a book Today, around 1 4th My reviews take all this into accountStar QuestA most unusual story, even by today s standards Koontz does a great job of developing and handling this tale of mutants, bad guys, and a hu...


  7. says:

    As a Dean Koontz fan of his modern suspense novels , I thought for sure I would like his older works as well This was the first one that I went back to read, and I m not impressed at all I am not sure if I ll be reading any non suspense books by him from now on Perhaps it s just his older stuff that s lost on me, though.The book was a sci fi action and adventure story It told the tale of a guy who wakes up to find himself as just the brain of a war machine r...


  8. says:

    I m not a big sci fi fan but this is listed as the first book dean koontz had published Not sure if that s accurate or not, but I wanted to read his early stuff.Anyway, in this book the characters are well developed and the situation actually makes sense even to a non sci fi person It s actually a believable story This was not a particularly long book so getting the plot in place and the flow set up sho...


  9. says:

    STAR QUEST is an enjoyable debut It deals with a character named Tohm,who lives in a futuristic universe where two races are at war with oneanother The plot of this novel is quite complicated, and is brimmingwith interesting concepts Readers accustomed to Koontz s suspense workwill be surprise...


  10. says:

    Godibile opera prima di un giovanissimo Dean Koontz Un po Xmen, un po Star Wars, un po Marion Zimmer nella sua Darkover Leggermente ingenuo in alcune parti, con descrizioni palesemente frutto di una mente ancora giovane e in parte ancora disillusa, ma comunque una...


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Star Quest In A Universe That Had Been Ravaged By A Thousand Years Of Interplanetary Warfare Between The Star Shattering Romaghins And The Equally Voracious Setessins, There Seemed Now But One Thing That Might Bring The Destruction To An End.That Would Be The Right Catalyst In The Hands Of The Right People.The Right Catalyst Could Well Be The Individualist Rebel, Tohm He Who Had Once Been A Simple Peasant And Who Had Been Forcibly Changed Into A Fearfully Ard Instrument Of Mechanical Warfare The Man Tank Jumbo Ten.But The Right People Could They Possibly Be The Hated Driftwood Of Biological Warfare Those Monsters Of A Cosmic No Man S Land The Muties


About the Author: Dean Koontz

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