Christopher Snow suffers from a rare genetic disorder - xeroderma pigmentosum - which means his skin and eyes cannot be exposed to sunlight, so his life begins at midnight. Set in the town of Moonlight Bay, a place of picturesque beauty and haunting strangeness, FEAR NOTHING is a startling and compulsive masterpiece of tension.Christopher Snow suffers from a rare genetic disorder - xeroderma pigmentosum - which means his skin and eyes cannot be exposed to sunlight, so his life begins at midnight. Set in the town of Moonlight Bay, a place of picturesque beauty and haunting strangeness, FEAR NOTHING is a startling and compulsive masterpiece of tension.Read Less
Dean Koontz, the master of Horror has again out done himself yet again with Fear Nothing. His imagination soars to new heights and takes you flying right along with him!
Fear Nothing is the first in the series featuring the character Christopher Snow. Fast paced and extremely hard to put down, Dean Koontz weaves science, mystery and horror for an unusual storyline that is by all means a real possibility.
Be sure to read Fear Nothing first for you will want to know as many details as possible before reading the second in the series; Seize The Night.
Apr 10, 2007
It was on the Summer reading list and it was good. It was an easy read but good story line. It kept me interested. I would recommend it for Summer reading lists.
Apr 4, 2007
Dean Koontz never fails to please me!
This is the first of 2 books about Christopher Snow who despite his condition of XP (a rare genetic disease that makes him unable to tolerate sunlight) leads a full and very exciting life. His mother, who was a scientist working with the government doing experimental research, is killed in a questionable auto accident and from there, all sorts of bizarre things start to unfold concerning the "project" she was working on. This is an exciting and unusual story. If you are looking for a book that will keep you wondering, this one will please you. The second in this series is "Seize the Night" and is equally enjoyable. I have both of these on audio as well as in print, and the reader really brings the book to life.
Apr 1, 2007
"Fear Nothing" Rocks
I often get into a certain kind of mood that only goes away after I have engrossed myself in a really good book. "Fear Nothing" is an engrossing tale of a man thrown into very unusual events practically from page one. I don't recomend you read this book at night unless you have a very strong consitution. This book is definately a page turner and if you are not scared easily, this is the book for you.
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