Outstanding... just outstanding!! Enough said
by: Skeeter an
Great book, great series with Jane Hawk. Dean Koontz is the master for sure! Can’t wait for next book or series!
by: stephen C. K
Loved this ending! Thrills and chills!
Great book, non-stop action. Nice to read a true finale that concludes the story.
BUT... Koontz writes some twisted, sick characters. He truly dives deep into sociopathy and mental illness. If you are depressed or anxious I would not recommend this book. It is NOT going to make you feel better, in fact it may trigger you to feel worse.
Same advice to younger readers.
Great book but adults only.
The Night Window by Dean Koontz is the fifth and final installment in his Jane Hawk series. This is a series finale, but it still reads well as a standalone, though the series is best read in sequence.
Jane Hawk, a former FBI agent, gone rogue after her husband Nick’s suspicious suicide has researched and found an increase in suicide among unlikely candidates. Her discoveries have led her to seek and destroy members of a cabal bent on world domination. In an bid to thwart her efforts, Jane has been indicted for espionage, treason and murder. She is now the hunter and the hunted. This final installment pits her directly against evil and brings her some new allies.
This is a fast-paced thriller that’s too good to put down. The story is engaging on every level. Koontz ended this series the way it began: with a bang! The Night Window rates 5 out of 5 stars. This entire series is a must-read!
My thanks to Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
by: Kelsie M.
Wow! An amazing, twisted read. Loved this last Jane Hawk novel. The web of deceit spins out across the country, including congress, alphabet agency’s and down. The conclusion is not an easy one and leaves us with a few of the “bad” guys still in circulation. This is a fast paced story, keeping the reader on edge until the very end. An excellent read, do not miss this one.