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The Forbidden Door

When this relentless rogue FBI agent comes knocking, her adversaries will have to answerwith their livesin the latest thrilling Jane Hawk novel by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Silent Corner. Were rewriting the play, and the play is this country, the world, the future. We break Janes heart, well also break her will. She was one of the FBIs top agents until she became the nations most-wanted fugitive. Now Jane Hawk may be all that stands between a free nation and its enslavement by a powerful secret societys terrifying mind-control technology. She couldnt save her husband, or the others whose lives have been destroyed, but equipped with superior tactical and survival skillsand the fury born of a broken heart and a hunger for justiceJane has struck major blows against the insidious cabal. But Janes enemies are about to hit back hard. If their best operatives cant outrun her, they mean to bring her running to them, using her five-year-old son as bait. Jane knows theres n...

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ISBN : 38919694
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Number of Pages : 480 pages
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The Forbidden Door Reviews

  • Mitchell Kaufman

    Predictable. Koontz can't write a clunker, but its time to bring this series to a close.

  • Monnie

    If it's possible to have a love-hate relationship with a book, this is it. On the one hand, the writing is almost exquisite, virtually ensuring my reluctance to put it down. Conversely, wading through page after page hoping that yet another important character won't bite the dust - probably in a most horrific way - is borderline unbearable. Characters I adore; other characters so loathesome that I wouldn't wish them on my worst enemies.

    Oh, what a happy conundrum!

    This is the fourth book in the se

  • Diane Hernandez

    The Jane Hawk series finally hits its stride with its fourth entry, The Forbidden Room.

    The Techno Arcadians are upping their game by accusing Jane on a 60 Minutes-style show of murdering her beloved husband Matt and faking his suicide. The Arcadians set in motion a plan to kidnap or kill everyone dear to Jane. Ancel and Clare Hawk, Jane’s in-laws, must flee their farm. Jane and Matt’s five-year-old son, Travis, must flee across the desert. Even Jane is tracked by one of the Techno Arcadians as t

  • Dustin Crazy little brown owl

    Thank you to Random House/Bantam for sending me an advance copy of The Forbidden Door.

    Jane Hawk has quickly become my favorite Dean Koontz series. The scariest thing about this fictional series is the believable possibility. Cautionary tales have been told time and time again. Honesty and Integrity must start with each of us individually in order to transform the society we live in.

    Some Favorite Passages:

    The wind brought the dark, and the dark brought a chill, but the sea of stars was a work

  • Peggy Geiger

    This is the fourth book in the exciting and suspenseful Jane Hawk series. Previously in the series, former FBI top agent Jane Hawk's husband, Nick, was believed to have committed suicide. Jane did not believe the official FBI story and investigated on her own. Now considered a wanted and rogue agent, she has discovered American citizens are being injected with nano-technology enabling the helpless victims to be downloaded with commands.

    To protect Travis, her small five year old from danger, Jan

  • Fred

    Koontzland Group Read - September/October 2018

    I was lucky with the Koontzland group giving me a ARC copy.....

    Jane Hawk continues to be a beautiful heroine, x-FBI admired with courage & strong to defeat any problem thrown her way. She lives thru memories of her husband's suicide, Lt.Col. Nick Hawk, that were disturbing her mind & life.

    Angel & Clare (Nick's parents) enter the story to protect Travis, her 5 year old son, from the Jane & "villians" chase.

    Jane is the nation’s "mos

  • Nancy

    I am giving this one 3.5 out of 5 stars. I am enjoying the series as a whole but there were some parts of the book that were a little long and and not as intense. This book starts off where The Crooked Staircase left off. There is a lot going on in this book and jumping back and forth between different characters and places. I don’t think we get to see as much of Jane Hawk in this book as the others. The parts with the evil Arcadians seem to take up a lot of the book and sometimes it was more of ...more

  • Jim C

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Random House and the author.

    This is the fourth book of the Jane Hawk series. Even though this is the fourth book it can be read as a stand alone novel. At the end of the third novel Jane learned that her son might be in trouble. This book tells of Jane's journey to get to her son and rescue him.

    This series by Dean Koontz has been really enjoyable even though I thought the third book was a step back (I