Oh the Horror: 8 Adaptation-ready Dean Koontz Books
December 21, 2015
With a career spanning nearly fifty years thus far, a slew of bestsellers, and an extraordinarily prodigious bibliography, Dean Koontz is a household name for many. Known for his tight plotting, vivid prose, and page-turning suspense, his books have sold over 450 million copies worldwide and have been published in thirty-eight languages. Given his popularity and the cinematic style of his work, it’s no surprise that Koontz is one of the more widely adapted authors of his generation. From his earliest works like Shattered to more recent bestsellers like Odd Thomas, the imagination of Dean Koontz has proven to be fertile cinematic ground. But when you have a bibliography clocking in at over 100 titles, there are bound to be some overlooked gems in need of adaptation. With his latest novel, Ashley Bell,now on bookshelves, it’s the perfect time to talk about a few Dean Koontz favorites we’d love to see on the screen.
Read the complete list @ word&film and then leave your suggestions in the comments.