Your cart

Your cart is empty

Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Horror & ghost stories

Not currently available

Hideaway - A spine-chilling, supernatural horror novel (Paperback, New Ed) Loot Price: R170
Discovery Miles 1 700
You Save: R44 (21%)
Hideaway - A spine-chilling, supernatural horror novel (Paperback, New Ed): Dean Koontz
Hideaway - A spine-chilling, supernatural horror novel (Paperback, New Ed): Dean Koontz

Share your images

Hideaway - A spine-chilling, supernatural horror novel (Paperback, New Ed)

Dean Koontz

 (2 ratings, sign in to rate)
List price R214 Loot Price R170 Discovery Miles 1 700 You Save R44 (21%)

Bookmark and Share

Supplier out of stock. If you add this item to your wish list we will let you know when it becomes available.

Koontz's novels crest bestseller lists not only for their heart-pounding horrors but also for their celebration of righteousness and redemption. Here, the author of Cold Fire, etc., offers his most overtly religious tale yet - a fiercely exciting battle between two men who have returned from the dead. The California-set conflict is as simple as good vs. evil. In a roaringly suspenseful opening, antique-dealer Hatch Harrison, the soul of sweetness, drowns during a car accident that nearly kills his wife Lindsey as well, and is surgically "reanimated" after a record 80 minutes dead. Meanwhile, a life-hating young man known only by his self-adopted demonic name of Vassago stalks the subbasement of a nearby abandoned amusement park, admiring the rotting bodies of those he's sacrificed to Satan in hopes of being allowed to return to hell - which he apparently visited during his own brush with death. Upon awakening, Hatch's first words are "Something's out there" - for he now suffers a psychic link with Vassago, who, days later, reaps a new "trophy" as Hatch helplessly flashes on the savage killing. And at the same time, Vassago flashes on Hatch's world, including Lindsey and spunky, crippled Regina, the orphan the Harrisons have just adopted in their new embrace of life after years of mourning a son lost to cancer. Deciding that vibrant Regina would make the perfect final offering to Satan, Vassago - revealed through tense and brutal flashback as the homicidally deranged son of the surgeon who saved Hatch - cuts a bloody path to the Harrisons' door, kidnapping Regina off to his underground lair. In a slam-bang finale, amidst charnel-house horrors, the Harrisons take on Vassago with a gun, a crucifix, and a little angelic help. A grandly melodramatic morality play that will have Koontz's fans - both here and in heaven - cheering. (Kirkus Reviews)
Although accident victim Hatch Harrison dies en route to the hospital, a brilliant physician miraculously resuscitates him. Given this second chance, Hatch and his wife Lindsey approach each day with a new appreciation of the beauty of life - until a series of mysterious and frightening events brings them face to face with the unknown. Although Hatch was given no glimpse of an afterlife during the period when his heart had stopped, he has reason to fear that he has brought a terrible presence back with him... from the land of the dead. When people who have wronged the Harrisons begin to die violently, Hatch comes to doubt his own innocence - and must confront the possibility that this life is just a prelude to another, darker place.


Imprint: Headline Book Publishing
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Release date: September 1992
Authors: Dean Koontz
Dimensions: 177 x 114 x 33mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Mass Market
Pages: 512
Edition: New Ed
ISBN-13: 978-0-7472-3815-7
Categories: Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Horror & ghost stories
LSN: 0-7472-3815-4
Barcode: 9780747238157

Is the information for this product incomplete, wrong or inappropriate? Let us know about it.

Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? Send us a new image.

Is this product missing categories? Add more categories.

Review This Product

No reviews yet - be the first to create one!

Loyalty partners