Twilight Eyes
by Dean Koontz

A horror novel told by a young man who has psychic powers including the title power, which allows him to see goblins. Goblins are ugly, shape-changing, creatures who look like normal people on the outside and who live to torture and kill humans. The hero kills his uncle, who was a goblin, and flees from his home in Oregon and joins a carnival in Pennsylvania. He meets and falls in love with a carny girl who, it turns out, can also see the goblins. In part 1 the girl betrays him because she has made a deal with the goblins to inform on anyone she meets who can see the goblins. In part 2 she develops a conscience and works with him to kill as many goblins as they can. Lots of excitement and suspense. Well done.

Year Read: 2005

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