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Kindle Edition  » Devoted Epub í From Dean Koontz, the international bestselling master of suspense, comes an epic thriller about a terrifying killer and the singular compassion it will take to defeat himWoody Bookman hasn t spoken a word in his eleven years of life Not when his father died in a freak accident Not when his mother, Megan, tells him she loves him For Megan, keeping her boy safe and happy is what matters But Woody believes a monstrous evil was behind his father s death and now threatens him and his mother And he s not alone in his thoughts An ally unknown to him is listeningA uniquely gifted dog with a heart as golden as his breed, Kipp is devoted beyond reason to people When he hears the boy who communicates like he does, without speaking, Kipp knows he needs to find him before it s too lateWoody s fearful suspicions are taking shape A man driven by a malicious evil has set a depraved plan into motion And he s coming after Woody and his mother The reasons are primal His powers are growing And he s not alone Only a force greater than evil can stop what s coming next


10 thoughts on “Devoted

  1. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    Nature was a green battlefield where the weak were forever preyed on by the strong Nature did not care, nor did the earth, which for all its beauty was nonetheless a hard place, indifferent to its creatures It was mind that mattered, mind that cared, mind that loved, the best works of the mind that changed this hard world for the better Mind and heart had bonded people and dogs for tens of t


  2. J.D. Barker J.D. Barker says:

    Normally when I get an ARC of a Koontz book I try to make it last, read nothan a chapter each day, savor it like a fine wine With DEVOTED I managed to do that, for a little while Then I found myself reading a bit longer every night, turning a few extra pages, until I couldn t help myself with my daughter asleep in my lap, I read the final third of this incredible tale in a single sitting.Like


  3. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    I haven t read a Dean Koontz book in years but I enjoy his suspense thriller books as much as the next guy Devoted , will be released in stores in March, 2020.The stars in Devoted are.Kipp, a golden retriever with special telepathic abilities Kipp was physically strong, 70 pounds of muscle and bone He was mentally strong to but emotionally compassion remained at odds with instinctWoody Bookman


  4. Yodamom Yodamom says:

    After last Dean Koontz book I read a couple years ago I said never again.ill I was gifted this book His style of writing and my style of reading don t mix Yeh well the blurbs are always so good they suck me in Then give me a dog in the story and I can t say no I should have donated it I ll start with what I liked There was a moment of intense fear in the middle, a child was in danger, a mother


  5. Kacy❁ Kacy❁ says:

    This was the complete opposite of what I expected, and I have no idea how to explain why I am disappointed First of all, I really thought this would beabout golden retrievers, but boy was I wrong..Tryalong the lines of a super creepy villain and his weirdness.But then the main villain gets put on the back burner of the story and it gets BORING AF because all of these new characters are introduce


  6. Monnie Monnie says:

    Enchanting Tear jerking Edge of seat scary All this andawait readers of this exquisitely written book If I had to describe it in a single word, it would be mesmerizing.At the heart of the activity is a telepathic dog named Kipp Woody, a high functioning autistic boy who hasn t spoken a word for all of his 11 years and a diabolic plan to increase human longevity that goes horribly wrong It s sort


  7. Rick Rick says:

    I think I m done with Dean Koontz He s prolific and I ve read a lot of his stuff Some, I really liked Watchers and the Odd Thomas book Other works I ve been less than thrilled by His purple prose, his requirement that I suspend my disbelief to the breaking point, his awkward word choices and phrasing have all had me figuratively throwing many of his books, with great force, at the wall But Devoted


  8. Tonya Tonya says:

    Outstanding Dean Koontz read, Devoted grabbed my attention from the first chapter and did not let go Seriously good I am not as interested today in telling you what the book is about as that is what a synopsis is forI will share that the writing, characters, story line and twisty plots are really great from the beginning I can not think of any place where this book drags Hoping that the stories of


  9. Greg Markwardt Greg Markwardt says:

    3.5 5 So this one started well and actually had a few decently scary moments I thought we may be going back to some of the older Koontz that I fondly remember However towards the last quarter of the novel it started to unravel Too many new characters were introduced and never expounded upon and while things wrapped up nice enough it made the last half less enjoyable to read It checks the Dean Koontz


  10. Cody | CodysBookshelf Cody | CodysBookshelf says:

    If you re into psychic dog hotlines and mute children fantasizing of licking dead men s gums, have I got a book for you I really struggled with deciding how to rate this book, but I m feeling generous and I really f ing loved this and it made my heart full, which is really all anyone can ask for in these confusing times It s weird, but in a classic Koontzy way Ya know, the reason you fell in love wit


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