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The Moonlit Mind
- A Tale of Suspense
- By: Dean Koontz
- Narrated by: Peter Berkrot
- Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
Twelve-year-old Crispin has lived on the streets since he was nine — with only his wits and his daring to sustain him, and only his silent dog, Harley, to call his friend. He is always on the move, never lingering in any one place long enough to risk being discovered. Still, there are certain places he returns to. In the midst of the tumultuous city, they are havens of solitude: like the hushed environs of St. Mary Salome Cemetery, a place where Crispin can feel at peace — safe, at least for a while, from the fearsome memories that plague him... and seep into his darkest nightmares.
- By Michael on 01-20-13
Short and Uninteresting
What would have made The Moonlit Mind better?
I would have made this book longer, i would have put a twist or something in the book it felt morwe like a short story. Very disappointed in Dean Koontz it seemed like i was waiting for something that never came. VERY SAD AND DISAPPOINTED
What could Dean Koontz have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Longer, more twists and turns and maybe a few more characters
What character would you cut from The Moonlit Mind?
The m other of the wifes new husband. They did not explain why they couldnt see through water or statues
Any additional comments?
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