The Book of Counted Sorrows. This contains all of the entries listing of all poems. All of the poems presented on these pages are Copyrighted by Dean Koontz. I have always loved the poems and sayings from Dean R. Koontz’s novels under the heading of “The Book of Counted Sorrows”. However this collection is. Results 1 – 14 of 14 The Book of Counted Sorrows by Koontz, Dean and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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The poetry was mostly a bad joke-not all of it, a few were quite good. Apr 16, Lora rated it did not like it Shelves: Sign up to receive offers and updates: First lettered limited edition, A Fine unread book, without a dust jacket as issued; in a Fine drop-lid tray case that has a window of glass to display the art deco cover design, that is done in colored leather inlays.
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Nature — always beneficent and cruel —. Wind scented with fabulous dreams.
Koonrz had no secrets he can keep. I love Dean Koontz, but I can only take so much of his ‘humor’ at a time. Do not instruct the owls to spare the mice. Jun 24, Amy Featherstone rated it it was amazing. Notify me of new posts via email.
It might make for good acoustic folk music by a particularly enthusiastic, but talentless, deann at an open mike night after one too many glasses of absinthe. Is there some meaning to this life? Long awaited Book of Koontz’s poetry. You are commenting using your WordPress. Is that the Devil they hear singing? A good collection of poems. I have looked for this mythical book of poems and a bit of wisdom that he occasionally starts books or chapters with. Actually, there is no such book.
Oct 29, cpunted rated it it was amazing Shelves: Koontz’s use of extremely long sentences. Or are their dark fears exaggerated? Koontz went on to say that he would publish such a book kolntz a few years, when he had enough verses to fill a volume.
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The Book of Counted Sorrows
The man is a genius! The dogs of death. We long to find the sorross light. Koontz has also published under the na Acknowledged as “America’s most popular suspense novelist” Rolling Stone and as one of today’s most celebrated and successful writers, Dean Ray Koontz has earned the devotion of millions of readers around the world and the praise of critics everywhere for tales of character, mystery, and adventure that strike to the core of what it means to be human.
Vibrations sotrows a wire. In the fields of life, a harvest. Lift us above the loontz beasts. Sep 23, Damaris marked it as to-read. Sep 23, Carrie Donohue marked it as to-read Shelves: Koontz himself stated that he received up to 3, letters per year inquiring about it.
Now comes the end, the drear, Darkfall.
The Book of Counted Sorrows by Dean Koontz
Unfortunately it was lost to me as I moved around after school. When I received it, after waiting some 15 years for the actual book to release, I was really disappointed.
I loved this – having all the quotes that Dean has used throughout the years in his novels was wonderful! Thankfully, I was proved wrong – hell yeah! Death is no fearsome mystery.
I knew one day I would get to it. If good is bright, if evil is gloom.
The Book Of Counted Sorrows Quotes by Dean Koontz
Sources Greenberg, Martin H. Dark and depressing but some parts are funny.
Jan 04, Megan rated it really liked it. There were several places where I laughed and snicker and snorted, which was sofrows the literary pick-me-up I needed. I loved it so much.