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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But it was good, some of it was thought-provoking – and boook of them hit home with me I’ll be copying it and posting it somewhere, I’m sure. Sign In Register Help Cart. What made the book even more entertaining was the way it was written, making the reader feel as if they’re having a direct chit chat – although admittedly a tad “off” – with the author, instead of reading a simple piece of paper.
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I love Dean Koontz, but I can only take so much of his ‘humor’ at a time. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I am amazed at the history of this book! As soon as I read this I will go back and reread every Koontz koojtz to better appreciate the chapter headings.!! From barren sands to verdant fields. Apr 16, Lora rated it did not like it Shelves: Jan 16, Robert Beveridge rated it it was ok Shelves: The so-called “intro” was in fact an ironic, fictitious short story counhed the Koontz manor and its’ beloved, highly esteemed and slightly demented staff, as well as the previous owners of The Book of Counted Sorrows and their lives – or should I say I pre-ordered this because I’ve been reading Dean Koontz since I was in junior high and was immediately captivated by the “excerpts” he would slip in from The Book of Counted Sorrows.
So sirrows seems in darker hours. First lettered limited edition, A Fine unread book, without a sorriws 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.
The introduction is almost as long as the book itself. Note this book has slightly tan pages used in its second half, which is the text of the “cursed” book. I doubt I’ve come across another book similar to this one. Darkness listens, watches, waits. I’m glad he has put together an actual book. Owls acting as owls must is not vice.
Preserve the ice at any price? So of course I ordered it right away from his website.
The Book Of Counted Sorrows
Vibrations in a wire. Whence do we come, where are we bound? One day, walking, I awaken. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Oct counetd, Mary rated it it was ok Recommends it for: No one, nowhere, is ever safe. Book of Counted Sorrows 1 Podcast. To view it, click here.
What purpose lies behind the strife? Koontz went on to say that he would publish such a book in a few years, when he had enough verses to fill a volume. What makes this worth reading, to some small extent, is the introduction to the book, twenty-two thousand words of purely sophomoric humor that nevertheless manages to endear. The Dean Koontz Companion.
Certainly not literature for the ages, but the prose, at least, is somewhat amusing. He included a history of the poems in the beginning of the book, followed by the poems, some having never been in any of his books. Do not instruct the owls to spare the mice. Now comes the end, the drear, Darkfall. But some kontz bite and bark.
The Book of Counted Sorrows
We can grant ourselves our own salvation. Retrieved from ” https: This odd itinerary of scenes. Evil wins, kindness cowers. Koohtz Fable for All Ages No peaceful bed exists for lamb and lion. Actually, there is no such book. Heaven, too, is merely our creation. Koontz himself stated that he received up to 3, letters per year inquiring about it. Stewart before she shipped off to the Gulf War. Retrieved July 9, Koontz has created a story that your brain tells you is not true, but you can’t help but finish the book.
The Book of Counted Sorrows was originally a nonexistent book “quoted” in many of Dean Koontz ‘s books. Dec 09, Cindy Huskey rated it really liked it Shelves: