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    10 stars!

    Dean Koontz has another hit! With his inimitable descriptive phrases and mastery of the English language Koontz puts you right there with Jane Hawk as she continues to fight evil. Jane is an FBI agent on leave who went rogue after the death of her husband. in The Silent Corner. The struggle continues against the nanotechnology conspiracy but with new new morally depraved bad guys, more government involvement, and and an interesting plot twist that shows us more of Jane's tenderness. In this episode Lone Ranger Jane has a sidekick in a small town sheriff and we meet several other well developed characters who believe in Jane and help her along the way even though she is America's most wanted fugitive. I loved Bernie and would like to see more of him. Jane's ability to escape is almost beyond belief and would translate well to the screen. This book combines Wonder Woman with Orwell's 1984 and a bit of Die Hard. It definitely left me wanting more of Jane Hawk, which thankfully is in the works. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me to read an advanced copy. And thank you Dean Koontz for not letting the dog die.
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    Absolutely Amazing Story

    I loved Silent Corner and I loved this one even more. I can't wait for the next book in the series. I could not put this book down and did not want it to end at the same time. I have always been a big fan of Dean Koontz. He makes the characters come to life.
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    Conspiracy and paranoia at its best

    This second Jane Hawk novel continues our heroine's search for people behind the nanotechnology that has turned her world upside down. As it is a continuing story, and picks up where the first book left off, The Whispering Room is more action driven than the beginning of Jane Hawk's story. With that in mind, I highly recommend reading The Silent Corner first to get the full story of how Jane got to this point. The ideas of creating a Utopian world and mind control aren't new, but Koontz takes that to a whole new level in this techno-thriller. As Jane's journey progresses, and the action intensifies, the creep factor builds to the point of spine-tingling chills. With whiplash inducing twists and turns an utterly terrifying plot unfolds, making for some jaw-dropping revelations and a story that this reader couldn't put down. It's always refreshing to find a strong female lead, and Jane embodies everything that we think of in a heroine. She is determined, talented, and fierce in the face of a massive conspiracy, but at the same time, her love of family and desire to help those in need shines through. Once again, Dean Koontz reminds us that the scariest things aren't always those that go bump in the night - sometimes they come from the very people who are supposed to keep us safe. After turning the last page, I'll be anxiously awaiting the next page-turner in Jane Hawk's story.
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    Great series by Dean Koontz

    Dean Koontz' new series is amazing. The Whispering Room is the second book in the Jane Hawk series. The thrill ride continues as the action picks up right after the events from The Silent Corner. I really enjoyed the first book and this one is no different, I absolutely loved it. The Crooked Staircase is next and I look forward to it. I'm keeping my fingers crossed, hoping this series gets developed into a TV series or movie. As a long time Dean Koontz fan, I hope that the Jane Hawk series becomes as epic and the Odd Thomas series. I highly recommend this series to all fans of suspenseful thrillers.
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    Intrigue, Action and Suspense!

    Evil has infiltrated government agencies, business, politics, police forces and even small town America! Jane is on the run, (labeled a rogue FBI agent), determined to bring it to light. Good people are dying and good people are killing them! Freedom, including a person's free will, is at stake! Intrigue and action are intricate in this thriller! Didn't read the first book in the series, but was able to stay with the story. Empathize with Jane and Luther; irate Luther didn't share more info with his family. Good read. 3 1/2 stars. Voluntarily read ARC through Netgalley and publisher, for honest review.
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