From the Corner of His Eye

From the Corner of His Eye

Book - 2000
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The fate of Bartholomew Lampion, a gifted California child who loses his eyes to cancer at age three and miraculously regains his sight at thirteen, is entwined with the lives of a San Francisco girl born of rape and a man a thousand miles away who learns he has a mortal enemy named Bartholomew.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2000.
ISBN: 9780553801347
Branch Call Number: KOONTZ
Characteristics: 622 p. ; 25 cm.


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Aug 07, 2014

A really good read - with Koontz's ability to 'balance' good and evil. His characters are so diametrically at odds that he provides relief from the incredibly dark side of evil. Really enjoyed this book

ddd1234 Aug 29, 2013

not bad but not the best,,,,,,

indigo_lion_24 May 23, 2012

Another really good book by the very talented Dean Koontz.

I will voice a perceived drawback: the "Good Christian" stuff was at times mildly annoying and unrealistic and at other times very irritating, laced with sappy sentimentality and preachy peaches and cream.

May 13, 2012

I loved this book. Interesting, twists, turns, humour. Dean Koontz at his best.

Nov 24, 2010

So I had mixed feelings on this one. On the one the hand It's a really interesting plot that contains alot of interesting concepts relating to physics and religion, something koontz rather likes to play with. And there were some really cool plot twists. On the other hand I found the villian a little hard to believe and the protagonists were a little too pure and sweet for my liking.


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