|Mask, the (1981) [Novel]|
by Owen West
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Such a Pretty Face
So young, so sweet. She appeared out of nowhere, in the middle of traffic, on a busy day. A teenager with no past, no family -- no memories.
Such a Lovely Child
So blond and beautiful. Carol and Paul were drawn to her -- she was the child they'd never had. A dream come true. And then Carol's nightmares began -- the ghastly sounds in the night ... the bloody face in the mirror ... the razor-sharp ax.
Such Relentless Evil
So deceptively innocent. Most nothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that's what frightened Carol most of all ...
Original title: The Mask
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ General
- This novel was revised, expanded, and re-released under the author's real name, Dean R. Koontz, in 1988.
- This novel marks the first time Dean R. Koontz used a passage from The Book of Counted Sorrows, an oft-quoted, fictional work of poetry later "released" by Koontz in its entirety in e-book form.