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New York Times best seller

There are no rules in the dark, no place to feel safe, no escape from the shadows. But to save the day, you must seize the night.

At no time does Moonlight Bay look more beautiful than at night. Yet it is precisely then that the secluded little town reveals its menace. Now children are disappearing. From their homes. From the streets. And there’s nothing their families can do about it. Because in Moonlight Bay, the police work their hardest to conceal crimes and silence victims. No matter what happens in the night, their job is to ensure that nothing disturbs the peace and quiet of Moonlight Bay.

Christopher Snow isn’t afraid of the dark. Forced to live in the shadows because of a rare genetic disorder, he knows the night world better than anyone. He believes the lost children are still alive and that their disappearance is connected to the town’s most carefully kept, most ominous secret - a secret only he can uncover, a secret that will force him to confront an adversary at one with the most dangerous darkness of all: the darkness inside the human heart.

©1999 Dean Koontz (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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one of his best still liked

I really wish that they would have kept kieth sab as the narrator. besides I loved it

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  • 08-02-18

My favorite Dean Koontz books.

I have long been a huge fan of the Moonlight Bay books. I bought them when they first came out, I've read them dozens of times since then. When I bought the first audiobooks, narrated by Keith Szarabajka, his low raspy voice made Chris sound defeated and almost depressed, nearly sighing resigned to fate at the end of sentences. Not at all like the nearly perpetual optimist that he is while coping with his XP and the end of the world. I didn't hate the performance enough to never listen to them after the first run through, but I had resigned myself to the narration and focused on the story I loved when I listened.

This second set narrated by John Glouchevitch is such a better fit that it made me fantastically happy that they had been rerecorded. I think he absolutely nails Chris, Sasha, and Bobby. Just like when I read these books for myself, Glouchevitch's performance made me cry (nearly sob) that first time Chris goes back to Lily Wing's house empty handed...so much so, that once I was done crying (almost)...I decided that this narration required a review, even while I am still listening to the book.

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love the storyline

love the story line. Prefer it read by Keith Szarabajka. But since there is a 3rd book comming in the series not sure what to do.

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Loved this book

Loved the story line and the performance. I did not want it to end. Thanks

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Weird audio

the audio was weird. the start of sentences was off and distracting at times. Overall a good book but the audio quality and weird quality at the beginning of sentences took away from it just a bit.