Fear that Man / Toyman (Ace Double, 23140)

Fear that Man Toyman Ace Double Ace Double Fear that Man by Dean R Koontz The galaxy had forgotten war and evil until the man without a past intervened Toyman by E C Tubb They called their planet toy but the games the toymen played

  • Title: Fear that Man / Toyman (Ace Double, 23140)
  • Author: Dean Koontz E.C. Tubb Jack Gaughan Frank Kelly Freas
  • ISBN: 9780202314006
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ace Double Fear that Man by Dean R Koontz The galaxy had forgotten war and evil until the man without a past intervened Toyman by E.C Tubb They called their planet toy, but the games the toymen played involved the fate of worlds.

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    About “Dean Koontz E.C. Tubb Jack Gaughan Frank Kelly Freas

    • Dean Koontz E.C. Tubb Jack Gaughan Frank Kelly Freas

      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.Dean R Koontz has also published under the names Leigh Nichols, Brian Coffey, David Axton, Owen West, Deanna Dwyer and Aaron Wolfe.Dean, the author of many 1 New York Times bestsellers, lives in Southern California with his wife, Gerda, their golden retriever, Elsa, and the enduring spirit of their goldens, Trixie and AnnaE SILENT CORNER is available 6.20.17Facebook Facebook DeanKoontzOfficialTwitter DeanKoontzWebsite DeanKoontz

    165 thoughts on “Fear that Man / Toyman (Ace Double, 23140)

    • This was the first thing I ever read by Dean Koontz, and I've been disappointed that it's nothing like anything else I've read by him. Perhaps that's why the reviews here are so negative; they're from people who want the Koontz they've come to expect.Anyway, this is an insane, wildly funny creation, and to hell with everyone knocking it. It's just brilliant.


    • Koontz's third novel. While it's an interesting read, it is not quite as good as his first two. It's enjoyable.


    • this is something like #75 (76) from koontz for me. one of his early storiesis is actually the copy (ace double) that has Toyman on the flip side, but heathen that i am, i'm listing it separately so as to pad my numbers. ooga booga.fear that man, 1969, by dean r. koontzcover by jack gaughana dedication:to vaughn for comradeship in the alleyways of imaginationand to andy for enthusiasms sharedtwo parts farthree partse story has two partsrt one, purpose, the beginning belowd the second, soul drift [...]


    • This edition has two stories from two different authors.The first one is Fear That Man by Dean Koontz. This is written before Koontz was a well known author. It is a science fiction story so this is not your typical Koontz story. In this one, the universe inhabitants do not know how or desire to fight. But a threat might destroy their universe and they cannot fight back. I thought this was a decent idea for a story but the follow thru was lacking. There were parts that I truly enjoyed but for th [...]


    • Somehow I actually finished this one. Probably because it was only 100 pages. Good thing I've read so many great books by Dean Koontz. If this had been the first, I probably wouldn't have even considered picking another one up. Started with promise, and then it was quickly downhill from there. Somehow the characters kill God. Twice. Or were there two gods? The only reason I actually made it to the end was that I was hoping there would be some kind of redeeming explanation for the abysmal storyte [...]


    • this book collects two earlier short stories and gives a new third story to complete the cycle. the first tries to be funny and falters because of it. the second was the best of the three and the third, well I just couldn't get though it. its begining to seem as if koontzs first forays into sci-fi all deal with the same overall idea in different shades. Star Quest ( his first published work) dealt with Muties, mutant aberstions created by the after effects of war. this, his second, deals with Mu [...]


    • Ace Double Fear that Man by Dean R. Koontz: The galaxy had forgotten war and evil-until the man without a past intervened. Toyman by E.C. Tubb: They called their planet toy, but the games the toymen played involved the fate of worlds.


    • Fear That ManI couldn't even finish this book. I don't know what's worse, killing the almighty maker of the universe or saying that he's a slugwhat the? I guess I have to say it's very imaginative, at least.



    • The plot was good (for a science fiction title), but the back and forth style (telling one character's part and then skipping to a different character) was difficult to really enjoy.


    • Had this been the first ever book I read from Koontz, I would never have touched another one ever. Started out okay, but went downhill from there very quickly.



    • Don't know what to think yet. Probably would have been good if read 40 years ago.Finished the book, but didn't really like it.


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