The Book of Counted Sorrows. This contains all of the entries listing of all poems. All of the poems presented on these pages are Copyrighted by Dean Koontz. I have always loved the poems and sayings from Dean R. Koontz’s novels under the heading of “The Book of Counted Sorrows”. However this collection is. Results 1 – 14 of 14 The Book of Counted Sorrows by Koontz, Dean and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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This book is made of a selection of sayings at the start of his novels- the explanation for creating The Book of Counted Sorrows is that sometimes he could not find a passage to convey a meaning for the beginning of his novels so he created them, attributing them to this non existent book.

Questions about Books 3 8 Oct 13, Open Preview See a Problem? Note that the book has slightly tan pages used in its second half, which is the text of the “cursed” book. After a very long, drawn out, much distracting and digressive history, we are presented with less than 12 pages of the actual prose. This odd itinerary of scenes.


dan Signed “To Pamela – This dangerous book. This book is made of I am amazed at the history of this book! There were several places where I laughed and snicker and snorted, which was just the literary pick-me-up I needed.

Then, it has his poetry for half of it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Book Of Counted Sorrows Quotes

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A talented author with many literary skills! The Dean Koontz Companion. Now comes the end, the drear, Darkfall.

It will come to pass.

The Book Of Counted Sorrows Quotes by Dean Koontz

We make Hell real; we stoke its fires. A good collection of poems. If I had paid a large sum of money to buy the limited-edition book instead of borrowing the e-book from the library, I would be really pissed off right now. Beaches, sofrows, California girls.

Is the end of the world a-coming? I doubt I’ve come across another book similar to this one. Is that the Devil they hear singing?

Evil sorroows among us, wearing a mask. I have been waiting for this collection of poetry from Dean Koontz for years and he does not disappoint. Numbered limited edition in slipcase. Dark and inspiring at the same time.

What made the book even more entertaining was the way it was sorows, making the reader feel as if they’re having a direct chit chat – although admittedly a tad “off” – with the author, instead of reading a simple piece of paper.


This book was long over due – I remember seeing the first references to it almost from the first Dean Koontz I read all those years ago. On the road that I taken.

The poetry contained none that I remember him quoting in his books as Definitely not what I expected, but I enjoyed the book none-the-less. Most of skrrows quotations I do not recall from previous writings. The poetry section is unusual but not unexpected.

Mar 28, Mary rated it it was amazing. Apr 16, Lora rated it did not like it Shelves: So I read this not really expecting much if I am perfectly honest. I felt insulted by the majority of this book.

Pity those who believe the latter. Lift us above the simple beasts. Jun 24, Amy Featherstone rated it it was amazing.