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The Night Window (Jane Hawk #5) 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Dean Koontz Brings Jane Hawk S One Woman War To An Explosive Climax As The Rogue FBI Agent Wages Her Final Battle Against A Terrifying Conspiracy For Vengeance, For Justice, And For Humanity S Freedom Groundbreaking, Wholly Involving, Eerily Prescient And Terrifyingly Topical, Dean Koontz S Jane Hawk Series Sets A New Standard For Contemporary Thrillers Since Her Sensational Debut In The Silent Corner, Readers Have Been Riveted By Jane Hawk S Resolute Quest To Take Down The Influential Architects Of An Accelerating Operation To Control Every Level Of Society Via An Army Of Mind Altered Citizens At First, Only Jane Stood Against The Arcadian Conspirators, But Slowly Others Have Emerged To Stand With Her, Even As There Are Troubling Signs That The Adjusted People Are Beginning To Spin Viciously Out Of Control Now, In The Thrilling, Climactic Showdown That Will Decide America S Future, Jane Will Require All Her Resources And As She Confronts Those At The Malevolent, Impregnable Center Of Power.

10 thoughts on “The Night Window (Jane Hawk #5)

  1. says:

    This is the fifth book in the Jane Hawk Series and you really would want to read these in order Mainly this series is about Jane, who is on a search to find out why her husband was killed and who did it His death was set up to believe that he committed suicide but Jane knows better She is hiding for her life depends on it as sh

  2. says:

    Apparently this is my week to read Hawk books H is for Hawk earlier in the week and now I finish off the Jane Hawk series from Dean Koontz I may not have had a glowing review for H is for Hawk, but the Jane Hawk series ended with a big and spectacular bang Thanks to Bantam Books Random house for this ARC I think this is one of the few ti

  3. says:

    Dean Koontz concludes the insanely thrilling Jane Hawk series in fine style with a shocking leftfield conclusion This has the feel of the Will Smith film, Enemy of the State, with Jane as the feisty stellar protagonist being ferociously hunted down, she is joined in her battle by the genius hacker that is Vikram Rangenaker and the few allies who b

  4. says:

    This is book 5 of the Jane Hawk series And as most everyone is aware it will be the last in the series I m a relative newcomer to Dean Koontz s work this being my only exposure to his writing And while I ve found it entertaining, it s been a bit of a roller coaster for me There were some books in the series that I thoroughly enjoyed, leaving me breathless W

  5. says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway I enjoyed it, but I usually do with Dean Koontz I have been reading him since a kid, about a million years ago

  6. says:

    My thanks to Random House Publishing, Ballantine, Bantam and Netgalley.I finished this book a few days ago, but had to wait to leave a review until I had de stressed a bit These 5 books have been up and down for me I loved book one, hated book two, and was pretty happy with the rest There has been so much death of side characters that I worried my behind off about this one Don

  7. says:

    This one was good In fact it was very, very good and it finished the series off in great style.I loved the way Koontz wrote it, in short choppy chapters, each one bouncing around between different characters Every time he reaches a really suspenseful moment with one person the chapter ends and the reader is left hanging while he deals with another character It was very stressful but cer

  8. says:

    I found this long and redundant I couldn t wait for it to end which raised my rating from a 1 to a 2 star 4 of 10 stars

  9. says:

    This was a buddy read with my husband who loves Dean Koontz I read the first, second and now final book in the Jane Hawk series It didn t take long to get caught up to what was happening.Jane is a strong, intelligent heroine, as she is on the hunt for the crazy billionaire, Warwick Hollister With those working with him they have managed to implant devices into the minds of about 16,000 people in the US His

  10. says:

    An awesome, thrilling finale to the Jane Hawk series Dean Koontz this has been an outstanding series You do need to read this series from the beginning though I don t think you could pick up this final book and easily figure out what has happened Action packed and full of tension I couldn t put this one down I agree with the quote Jane Hawk is arguably the best character Koontz has created Simply put, wow Associated

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