Seize the Night: A Novel

Written by:
Dean Koontz
Narrated by:
John Glouchevitch

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2018
15 hours 22 minutes

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.
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Christopher R.

Love the Christopher Snow stories. John Glouchevitch made the story come alive.

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Pam M.

The Christopher Snow series is as chilling today as it was when the books first came out

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Jerrod B.

Dear lord does this guy have to describe EVERYTHING. Rife with digressions similes metaphors in EVERY FN PARAGRAPH. Not once is there a respite from all the the verbose drivel! If Snow got a leg cramp he’d probably say “the stabbing pain was like the flesh of my leg was being impaled with an implement made for the express purpose of chopping ice and l was walking like my dad made a mistake in taking me out of the walker when l was a toddler” instead of saying “It felt like l was being stabbed with an ice pick, and was barely able to walk” this goes on the WHOLE 15 hours of listening. It literally made me tired. The kitchen scene with the monkeys could have been literally told in 4 pages. Instead, we have to listen to the same scene for half an hour or more with literally two pieces of action. And its never “Through bobs door” its “through the door in which bob lived” its never “something l learned” its something in which l learned” this story couldve been done in 115 pages if it werent for all the nonsense in it. For someone who dislikes Stephen King, the author does exactly what ing does. Only this is more so than King ever thought of doing, and at least King doesn’t let it take away from the story. This book should be on the trash heap so it can fertilize the trees FROM WICH its pages were originally hewn…or some such crap. Utter garbage

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Elizabeth T.

This is my least favorite Dean Koontz novel. He is an excellent writer, but this story wasn’t fleshed out and I did not find the subject matter interesting.

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