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Fear Nothing (Moonlight Bay Trilogy, Book 1)

Fear Nothing (Moonlight Bay Trilogy, Book 1)

I have been one acquainted with the night.

Christopher Snow is athletic, handsome enough, intelligent, romantic, funny. But his whole life has been affected by xeroderma pigmentosum, a rare genetic disorder that means his skin and eyes cannot be exposed to sunlight. Like all Xpers, Chris lives at night – and has never ventured beyond his hometown of Moonlight Bay, a place of picturesque beauty and haunting strangeness; he knows it as no one else can possibly know it, is intimate with its shadows and darkest hours. Despite the limitations imposed by nature, he has always been determined to lead the fullest life and, with the help of family and friends, he has on the whole succeeded.

But for Chris – and all the inhabitants of Moonlight Bay – a terrible change is about to happen; a change of potentially catastrophic proportions.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 2nd May 2005

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9780747258322

Reviews

'A moral fable for the turn of the millennium, an engagingly written, hugely entertaining parable for our times' The Times
This is a moral fable for the turn of the millennium, an engagingly written, hugely entertaining parable for our times
The Times
The night-time setting and peculiarly burdened hero make for instant atmosphere. Koontz is at his best
The Express on Sunday
'Fast and furious - like a hospital trolley on a toboggan run' Maily on Sunday
'Readers will be riveted to the narrative' Publishers Weekly
Koontz presents a unique fictional world grounded in convincing detail
Publishers Weekly
Fast and furious - like a hospital trolley on a tobogan run
The Mail on Sunday
'Scary. Koontz can really spook, and his dialogue and pacing rival the best' New York Post
'Most of the novel takes place during a single night and the breathless piling on of mystery and violence can leave the reader reeling... The pages keep turning' Express on Sunday
'The sheer terror of [Koontz's] other books leaves the readers afraid to turn out the lights. This book does, too, but for different reasons. Its gentle humour, spirit of camaraderie and conversational first-person tone heighten the fear of what our future could hold' Associated Press
'An adrenaline-pumping new adventure. FEAR NOTHING demonstrates a master of darkness's continuing power to scare the daylights out of us' People
'Koontz is working right where popular culture swells into something larger, just as it did for Homer, Shakespeare and Dickens. He's got the gift' The Australian
'Koontz, a good writer and a hugely entertaining storyteller, delivers' Bridlington Gazette & Herald
'Entertaining, original' The Mirror

Moonlight Bay Trilogy