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Midnight Int Ed by Dean Koontz

Midnight Int Ed  by Dean Koontz
  • Author Dean Koontz
  • Title Midnight Int Ed
  • Category No category
  • ISBN 0425120139
  • ISBN13 978-0425120132
  • Size PDF 1278 kb
  • Size FB2 1255 kb
  • Size EPUB 1668 kb
  • Publisher Berkley; 1st Printing edition (September 1, 1989)
  • Language English
  • Rating 4.2
  • Votes 525

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Thetalen
I don't read much in this genre. but was impressed that within a thriller, or horror, tale, there could be such a positive message for those who take time to think between the action sequences. Without giving too much away the story centers on the idea that people could be perfected if they were freed of many of their emotions, becoming more like machines, But when humans are engineered in this way their bodies and minds begin to physically revolt and fall into a more animalistic state where desires rule them completely. Liberal Arts majors will see the Romantic response to the Rational Enlightenment, and those of a certain age will recognize similarities to the film Altered States. As Artificial Intelligence (AI) moves forward and some of its advocates talk of humans as little more than "moist robots", this book reminds us of the value of life with all its imperfections and warns us not to becomes worshippers of the creation while forgetting the creator.
Winotterin
As one who reads most of Dean Koontz's books, I like some of them - a lot - and others maybe not so much. While Midnight is probably not my favorite of his works, I did enjoy reading it, and it qualifies as a genuine "page turner". The plot's focus on a blend of natural and man-made terror is interesting, and while not something I would expect to happen, it is not in the realm of total "make believe, either. Not until the last few pages does it seem to have maybe "told" the author it was time to go ahead and finish this one", and maybe this was done with a little less thought than the main story?
Best West
"Neeeeeeed". It takes a while to know why the people are regressing to subhuman form, but once you get the picture, the story is predictable. However, there are subplots that kept my interest. The relationship between the main protagonist and his son was interesting. Overall, I found the book enjoyable.
Arakus
I grew up reading Dean's books and was really surprised how I missed reading Midnight but so VERY glad I did.
All of his books are page turners,this one's a page burner!
The thrills and twist and turns,I felt upside down part of the time.
I don't want to ruin any part of the book so just buy it sit back and enjoy one of the world's greatest authors alive.
You'll never be disappointed with any of his books.....but keep the lights on for this one.
Leceri
You might think that a bio tech thriller written before the World Wide Web existed would come off like back to the future, but Koontz really made a timeless classic here.
Quinthy
Great Koontz!! A wonderfully well crafted book of fiction.Totally unbelievable by today's technology, but who knows what the future holds? It s clear Koontz has a firm grasp on today's progress in cyber technology, and firmly believes there will be future advances in the future, and most likely a few setbacks (as in Midnight).

In other Dean Koontz I have read, and particularly in Midnight, I get the feeling he is writing much about himself:: his concepts of life's meaning, his philosophy of religion, and philosophy in general. (both or and against his beliefs)..He does this by what he has his characters do and say. It is easy to understand why Midnight made the top of the best seller list when it was published, I would recommend itt to anyone, as it was the best of what I have read of Dean Koontz,. Richard G. Hall
Kipabi
I LOVE this book, not just because I adore every Dean Koontz book, no way! (But really I do, it's my secret addiction ) He just writes so well and captures my imagination in ways only he and Stephen King can do. I feel sorry for future authors of the same genre. ... no body so far has engaged me so well
This book is scary, and filled with non-stop thrills. I like Dean Koontz, he is a very good writer and he keeps you on the edge of your seat.