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by Dean R. Koontz

Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Dean R. Koontz
ISBN: 0007453019
ISBN13: 978-0007453016
Language: English
Publisher: Harper (January 1, 2012)
Pages: 336
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Dean Koontz's Frankenstein is the collective title of five novels co-written by Dean Koontz. Though technically of the mystery or thriller genres, the novels also feature the trappings of horror, fantasy, and science fiction

Dean Koontz's Frankenstein is the collective title of five novels co-written by Dean Koontz. Though technically of the mystery or thriller genres, the novels also feature the trappings of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. The first three books form a trilogy: Prodigal Son, co-written with Kevin J. Anderson, was published in 2004; City of Night, co-written with Ed Gorman, was published in 2005; and Dead and Alive, written without a co-writer, was released on July 28, 2009.

Acclaim for dean koontz’s frankenstein. Book one: prodigal son. Like expert plate-spinners, the authors set up a dizzying array of narrative viewpoints and cycle through them effortlessl. .The odd juxtaposition of a police procedural with a neo-gothic mad scientist plot gives this novel a wickedly unusual and intriguing fee.A compelling read, with an elegant cliffhanger ending. Koontz realizes his original concept for a cable TV effort from which he withdrew

Dean Koontz's Dead and Alive. A devastating hurricane approaches New Orleans and Victor Helios, once known was Frankenstein, has unleashed his benighted creatures onto the streets.

Dean Koontz's Dead and Alive. As New Orleans descends into chaos, his engineered killers spin out of control, and the only hope rests with Victor's first and failed attempt to build the perfect human, whose damned path has led him to the ultimate confrontation with his pitiless creator

Dean Koontz's Dead and Alive. As New Orleans descends into chaos, his engineered killers spin out of control, and the only hope rests with Victor's first and failed attempt to build the perfect human, whose damned path has led him to the ultimate confrontation with his pitiless creator. 443 books - 2,049 voters. Best Dean Koontz Books. 77 books - 853 voters.

I'm an avid Dean R. Koontz fan and have read most of his books

I'm an avid Dean R. Koontz fan and have read most of his books. I did get behind for a while but am trying to catch up. It's sad all movies attempted of his books have been horrible and taken away from concept of book at times. When someone found a movie in Blockbuster I only got through about first 5 minutes as they'd ruined the entire movie theme.

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The Frankenstein story is updated to the 21st century by the great American storyteller Dean Koontz. Now someone new is playing god. Frankenstein lives! And so too does his monstrous creation ... but this creature of legend is a monster no more and his scarred face bears witness to his maker's wrath. His name is Deucalion. As a devastating hurricane approaches New Orleans, Victor Helios, once know as Frankenstein, has unleased his benighted creatures onto the streets. As New Orleans descends into chaos, his engineered killers spin out of control, and the only hope rests with Victor's first and failed attempt to build the perfect human, whose damned path has led him to the ultimate confrontation with his pitiless creator. But first, Deucalion must destroy a monstrosity not even Victor's malignant mind could have imagined - an indestructible entity that steps out of humankind's collective nightmare with one purpose: to replace us. This is a powerful reworking of one of the classic stories of all time.
Comments to eBook Dead and Alive (Dean Koontz's Frankenstein)
Arashitilar
Good installment in an already interesting series. Dean Koontz takes the Frankenstein monster character we all remember from Mary Shellys' novel & gives him fresh life. Add in two intrepid police Detectives trading amusing banter as they fight Victor Frankensteins' (aka Helios) to boot. All in all a fun foray into both monster hunting along with unique questions regarding the very purpose and nature of humanity. I recommend this for all readers. Looking forward to the next chapter.
Togar
After reading the first 2 books in this saga, I HAD TO READ THE THIRD!!! If you can read the first 2 and ignore the 3rd, you have the willpower of the monster in this story. In this 3-book saga, Frankenstein's Monster is the good guy, while his maker is the very evil bad guy. The following are spoilers only to those who haven't read the first books. Frankenstein, known as Helios, has created "improved meat machines" in tanks, with the vision of subduing the earth and all inhabited planets. Breakdown in his kingdom is occurring in the most imaginative ways. Finally, good prevails over evil, at least for 1/2 minute. This book is SO WITTY and absolutely funny, making me in awe of the mind that created these words. Thank goodness, Mr Koontz is one of the good guys!! Yet, underneath the wondrous humor, lies the lesson that evil does walk this earth in the form of evil ideas, and humans can only subdue it by using our God-given free will, faith, hope, and love to keep it at bay.
Gholbirius
Dean Koontz has found a way to capture the mind of many adults in his intriguing Frankenstein Series. In the first book you find yourself hooked automatically by the main character who is none other than the Frankenstein monster in modern day. It has been hundreds of years since that fateful storm that brought Deucalion to life. His struggle to maintain humanity is an ongoing battle. His strive for peace is interrupted when he gets news that the man he fears and loathes the most is still impossibly alive. Victor Frankenstein is alive and his work has never stopped. His goal of creating a superior race is well underway and his skills have grown since his first success. Deucalion travels to New Orleans with the hope of stopping this mad scientist. The city is flooding with Victors creations but there is confusion in quite a few of them. They are strong, smart, sophisticated but they are missing one key element that they are striving for but cannot achieve because of their program. Happiness. This town is full of those who strive to find and understand numerous achievements human and monsters. There are numerous killers in this book. Each one with its own personality and ending goal. Happiness, Perfection and Control. Dean Koontz’s talent for writing from numerous characters points of view shines bright in this novel. The fear that we are surrounded by a different species comes to life and will make you question if every myth you have ever heard is real.
The way that Dean Koontz has built his characters are like none I have ever seen. All of his characters contradict themselves. Randall Six craves the outside world but doesn’t want to go out into the world for fear. Deucalion is a monster and is made from the worst kind of humans but yet strives to not be that. Victor is a human but views himself as godly and better than everyone. Koontz has awakened a classic in a modern day society in the slums of New Orleans. I have never read an author that is capable of scaring the crap out of you in one chapter and making you laugh uncontrollably the next. I would highly recommend this to any mature mind out there. Warning it make keep you up all night.
Gavirus
I'm an avid Dean R. Koontz fan and have read most of his books. I did get behind for a while but am trying to catch up. It's sad all movies attempted of his books have been horrible and taken away from concept of book at times. My favorite is Hideaway. When someone found a movie in Blockbuster I only got through about first 5 minutes as they'd ruined the entire movie theme. It's been sad for Dean Koontz but he knows his fans and some wonderful people in higher level of directorial are impressed and don't want to ruin the story in his novels.
Nuadabandis
This was the best one of the series. However, the series is kind of broken up into two sections. Books 1, 2 & 3 are all one story. Books 4&5 are another story with the same characters. Some might think it's all the same story continued. However, the books themselves are not individual stories. They just kind of stop - like a dead end road with no signs. So, you do need to commit to at least the first 3 books. In that respect, I didn't really care for the series. This book was the best.
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