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...
|Title||:||The Forbidden Door|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||480 pages|
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The Forbidden Door Reviews
If you like detailed descriptions of weapons, tactics, and specialized soldiers… If you like multiple points of view: the protagonist, the deadly terrorists, and the innocents… If you like fast-paced action, a likable hero, and the takedown of government infiltration… This series is for you.
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Overview: Jane is in an even bigger mess than she feared. The Techno-Arcadians seem to have somehow weaseled out just who was taking care of Travis. Jane’s fight to bring the Arcadians down is going to have to take a back seat for a little while she gets to the last precious gift she has left.
Dislikes: The Arcadians’ lack of empathy, common decency, or whatever you wish to call it, mak ...more
The Jane Hawk novels seem to be following the pattern set by the Odd Thomas series: first book, excellent; second book, terrible; third book, surprisingly great; fourth book, an overlong slog.
I’m beginning to notice a pattern in the Jane Hawk novels, too: the ones padded out with chapter upon chapter decidedly not focused on Hawk tend to be weak. For long stretches of time, The Forbidden Door is not about Hawk at all, or even her son, but random agents that are amongst Koontz’s wackiest and grat ...more
Predictable. Koontz can't write a clunker, but its time to bring this series to a close.
This has become for me a seriously addicting series. Although it is what might be considered a long book, the pages fly by and one is totally immersed in Jane Hawk's quest to undo evil and protect her beloved son, Travis.
In this book, the fourth of the series, Jane is once again battling the evil members of the Arcadian group who through the ability of nanotechnology are able to infiltrate one's brain literally doing away with free will and putting the recipients in the total power of the Arcadi ...more
Jane Hawk is back! I was eagerly awaiting this latest installment of this spy thriller series involving kick-ass rogue special agent Jane Hawk. Although it felt a bit drawn out in parts - too much filler and I skimmed, there was plenty of suspense, evil villains, and high-tech gadgetry to keep me engrossed. Jane is a character I cheer for at every turn and look forward to the next book in the series.
So what do you get when you mix the Matrix, Jason Bourne and your scariest roller coaster ride all in one? You get Dean Koontz’s latest thriller, The Forbidden Door. The newest installment in the Jane Hawk series (#4) is 480 pages of non-stop action, adventure and a wish that not only the book but the entire series never ends.
The book picks up right where the previous one left off and continues rolling right along. The Forbidden Door just never lets up with the action to the point where you feel ...more
This series gets more and more intense! This is the fourth book in the Jane Hawk series and they are all good. Jane is a hero - a character to love and respect and root for. In this episode her son is in grave danger and she must rescue him before the Techno-Arcadians get him. This is no easy task and she has to make quick decisions, obtain assistance from people she trusts, and hope for the best. The tension builds edge-of-your-seat style. There is quite a bit of violence in this book so if you ...more