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From a top secret government laboratory come two genetically altered life forms. . .

One is a magnificent dog of astonishing intelligence.

The other, a hybrid monster of a brutally violent nature.

Both are on the loose…

Bestselling author Dean Koontz presents his most terrifying, dramatic and moving novel: The explosive story of a man and a woman, caught in a relentless storm of mankind’s darkest creation…


"HIS BEST STORY YET." — Publishers Weekly

"A BREAKTHROUGH FOR KOONTZ.. a fable about love and trust...imaginative and unusual... HIS BEST EVER." — Kirkus Reviews

"FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT." — The Cleveland Plain Dealer

"A SUSPENSEFUL PAGE-TURNER...Koontz gives us characters we can care about...and enough tension to satisfy any thrill-seeker." — The Cincinnati Post

"A WINNER. Give this one a straight 10 right across the board." — The San Francisco Examiner

"WATCHERS gives new meaning to the word terror. . .Koontz's most original novel yet." — Erie Times-News (PA)

"WATCHERS is an absorbing, intelligent, and altogether touching book." — West Coast Review of Books

"If you like suspense, grab Dean Koontz's WATCHERS...It is utterly chilling." — Essex Journal (NJ)

"A GLORIOUS HIT...A SUPERIOR THRILLER that makes the implausible seem all too possible...Koontz weaves a tight plot, full of twists and complications, as he builds up the suspense to the inevitable violent confrontation." — Oakland Press

"KEEPS THE READER ON THE EDGE OF HIS SEAT. Keen-edged, insightful...thought-provoking." — Asbury Park Press

"A SPINE-TINGLING THRILLER...Readers who are seeking a riveting page-turner should look no further, because Watchers offers an engrossing read with an unusually satisfying conclusion." — Chattanooga News- Free Press

"ONE OF THOSE RARE READING EXPERIENCES—a book I didn't want to end." — Rocky Mountain News