The Forbidden Door (Jane Hawk #4) by Dean Koontz #deankoontz #bantam #janehawkseries #suspense #netgalley @absltmom

The Forbidden Door (Jane Hawk, #4)  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 Arcadians. This diabolical group has infiltrated all levels of government, business, having successfully succeeded in painting our heroine Jane appear as a serial killer. Of course Jane is on every wanted list imaginable, and the Arcadians’s goal is to stop her and find her son in order to do so.

Jane is a masterful character. She is astute, cunning, and has all the makings of a terrific female lead character. She is searching for the leader of this organization who is able to enslave people with just an injection. You find yourself cheering Jane on as she battles, with the help of a few wonderful friends, this evil organization. There are some topnotch additions to the series with the characters of Bernie Riggowitz, the Auschwitz survivor, Cornell Jasperson, app inventor with a touch of autism and Luther Tillman, ex-cop and freedom fighter.

If you enjoy a book that combines a touch of humor, horror, suspense, and reading into the middle of the night, this series comes highly recommended. So looking forward to the next in the series. Until then, this reader will be pulling for Jane and waiting for her to cut the head off the snake who is leader the Arcadians.

Thank you to Dean Koontz, Berkley, and NetGalley for providing me with many hours of riveting reading.

  Dean Koontz, the author of many #1 New York Times bestsellers, lives in Southern California with his wife, Gerda, their golden retriever, Elsa, and the enduring spirits of their goldens, Trixie and Anna.

4 thoughts on “The Forbidden Door (Jane Hawk #4) by Dean Koontz #deankoontz #bantam #janehawkseries #suspense #netgalley @absltmom

  1. Great review, Marialyce! It’s been quite a few since I have read any of his books. Back in my horror days. This series sounds good! Glad to see you enjoy the series!

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