Hi, all. I was going to continue my reread of Stephen King's Dark Tower series with Wizard and Glass, but I'm not really in a reread frame of mind right now -- I want to read something new, quick, and mostly inoffensive, and yet, pretty enjoyable. What is more of a sure-fire way of reading inoffensive/mostly enjoyable (Read: vanilla, but tasty vanilla) literature than picking up a Dean Koontz novel?
No offense intended to those who love Koontz -- I'm a pretty big fan of the guy myself. I can't read a lot of his books back-to-back, but I do enjoy a Koontzian thriller from time to time.
Below is a picture of my Koontz collection, and I would like you guys' help deciding what my next read will be! Yay! Don't you feel special?!?
Here's the beautiful shelfie:
Okay, so that's what I have to choose from. Now, before we commence, I should probably list the Koontz books I've already read, because I'm thinking most of the ones I've read already are titles you guys would probably suggest. I've read the following:
- MR. MURDER
- ODD THOMAS series books 1-4
- THE TAKING
- LIFE EXPECTANCY
- THE HUSBAND
- YOUR HEART BELONGS TO ME
- THE CITY
- THE VOICE OF THE NIGHT
.... And I think that's it! The rest are on the table, and I'm open-minded to any of them. Help a brother out.