An exploration of grief, secrecy, and redemption.
The House at the End of the World by Dean Koontz is a novel about Katie, a young artist who has retreated to an isolated stone house on Jacob’s Ladder island following a devastating loss and crushing injustice.
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The neighboring island of Ringrock houses a secret government research facility, and two agents have arrived on Jacob’s Ladder in search of someone or something they refuse to identify. Katie soon discovers that the greater world is at the precipice of permanent collapse and that she may be the only one who can prevent the impending apocalypse.
“In this tale about known and unseen horrors by renowned suspense master Dean Koontz, no one on Earth will have a place to hide for long.”
The Book Guide® Editor
The novel follows Katie as she confronts her fears known and unknown, while also exploring themes of character, mystery, and adventure. It is written in Dean Koontz’s original style as his first debut book, with a moody tone hanging like a cloud over the alarming but vague danger awaiting the world.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.7/5 Very good