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Publisher's Summary

A gun. A mission. No memories. Nameless is back to hunt down an architect of chaos in #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz’s return to a landscape of hard-won justice.

In a forgotten Cold War bunker, a cold-blooded arms dealer counts his cash and watches from a distance as cities collapse into violence. Pledged to stop him is a man without a past, guided by a teenage boy through the tunnels under the corrupted port city. With each stealthy move toward their target, the path ahead grows ever darker.

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz comes The Lost Soul of the City, part of Season 2 of Nameless, a gripping collection of stories about a man in search of the truth, the past, and those who owe a debt of blood. Follow him through each story, which can be read or listened to in a single sitting.

©2021 by The Koontz Living Trust. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Fascinating take on punishment

Koontz's Nameless character has a knack for making someone Nameless become quite memorable. Good take on crime and ultimate punishment

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great performance

Once again we get a great story and narration. Mr Koontz has brought us a story that keeps us listening to see what Nameless is going to do to the bad guys.

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Over the MOON!

I'm over the moon that the decision was made to continue this series! I have listened to Season 1 repeatedly and couldn't get enough of Nameless. I LOVE his character and the intrigue the story offers. Thank you Amazon Originals for this unique program! Thank you Dean Kootz for sharing your amazingly, talented imagination!

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I love this series

I’ve listened to all of the Nameless books. As far as it goes, this was the least interesting, buy overall it was ok.

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Ringing hollow.

I used to love Dean's books. In the 90s he was a master of creating paranormal suspense from purely natural means. In the 00s he started to tinge more books with supernatural elements, but the thrills still came from his ability to write believable people and breathtakingly real psychosis. This story falls well flat of that.

This story feels so ungrounded in reality that I can't connect with it. I didn't have that problem with Season 1, so I'm assuming it's a problem with this particular episode. It felt like I had no understanding of the villan, he was generic and bland. I think the author was trying so hard not to offend anyone's politics that he couldn't write a believable politician villan.

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I love the nameless series.

It is a good guy book who serves the greater good and adds interesting twists and turns.

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Great character, glad to hear more about him.

since starting Audible, I've come to enjoy short stories more than ever before. Short series, like these are even better.

I really enjoyed the first series and was disappointed when they ended.

So far this one suggests the second release is going to be just a good.