Intensity
by Dean Koontz

A thriller told by God about a young woman faced with a serial killer. The title refers to the killerís philosophy that all sensations are equal, none are good or bad, and what matters it to feel them intensely. It also could refer to the level of heart-pounding suspense and anxiety the reader and the heroine experience. It has no supernatural elements, so it is not a horror novel. It is a thrilling story about a womanís attempts to get free and stop the killer.

Year Read: 2005


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