The Night Window (Jane Hawk #5)

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  • Hardcover
  • 432 pages
  • The Night Window (Jane Hawk #5)
  • Dean Koontz
  • English
  • 02 April 2017
  • 0525484701

About the Author: Dean Koontz

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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. Read The Night Window (Jane Hawk #5) – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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

  1. Mary Beth *Traveling Sister* 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 she is hunted by some government officials, who have a way to find their enemy Jane used her intelligence to outsmart the enemy She is an ex F.B.I agent and is a wante 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 she is hunted by some government officials, who have a way to find their enemy Jane used her intelligence to outsmart the enemy She is an ex F.B.I agent and is a wanted fugitive Jane s enemies are determined to see her dead or make her wish she was dead The Arcadians are just pure evil They use a drug and inflicts it into people, and then they have total mind control of them They do it to those who they feel are a threat to society 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 At first, only Jane sto...

  2. Matthew 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 times I am actually getting to an ARC while it is still Advanced And, again, a standing ovation for Dustin Crazy little brown owl moderator of Koontzland 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 times I am actually getting to an ARC while it is still Advanced And, again, a standing ov...

  3. Kaceey 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 While others seemed lacking, andor less just a filler to the installment The last book, The Night Window didn t hold the excitem 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 thi...

  4. Lisa 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 t get me wrong, because I like authors who kill characters willy nilly, but dang it, it does ratchet up the tensio 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, a...

  5. Dorie - Traveling Sister :) 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 goal is world domination and he has a God complex , he believes he is destined to rul 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 goal is world domination and he has a God complex , he believes he is destined to rule His group is now called the Arcadians It is impossible for Jane, or anyone, to know which people have been implanted with the device since they act normally until they are commanded to do something, including committing suicide which Jane s husband had done Likewise it is difficult for Jane to hide as there are surveillance camera...

  6. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin 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 Happy Reading Mel

  7. Judy 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 Press I d give the series a 5 star rating The mind control theme 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...

  8. Maureen Carden says:

    So this is it the grand finale, the end of the wild ride, the whole enchilada, fini, 30.I am glass eyed from trying in one night to finish Dean Koontz s The Night Window, the fifth and final Jane Hawk book As much as I wanted to see much of what happened happen, I am really sorry to see this marvelous series end Yeah, baby, parse that sentence.Common wisdom says one should start this series from the beginning, but we aren t all adjusted yet A major villain, Warwick Hollister, the guy wit So this is it the grand finale, the end of the wild ride, the whole enchilada, fini, 30.I am glass eyed from trying in one night to finish Dean Koontz s The Night Window, the fifth and final Jane Hawk book As much as I wanted to see much of what happened happen, I am really sorry to see this marvelous series end Yeah, baby, parse that sentence.Common wisdom says one should start this series from the beginning, but we aren t all adjusted yet A major villain, Warwick Hollister, the guy with so much money that he makes single digit billionaires look like simple trash, does a great job in summarizing the previous books Hollister makes this grand summary, demonstrates some of his power to a filmmaker and then sends the filmmaker on a run for his life Ah, what fun the super rich must have Other than for the expository pages I m not sure why so much time is devoted to Hollister s craziness and death chase of the filmmaker.Former FBI Agent Jane Hawk has been fighting almost single hande...

  9. Dave says:

    Jane on the Run When a 400 page thriller has grabbed your attention so much that you tear through it in less than 24 hours, you know the author is on to something The Night Window, the final volume in the 5 volume Jane Hawk series, is a jet propelled thrill ride As it continues and completes a story developed five volumes ago and does not recap those volumes, it is not recommended that you start here.Koontz offers us a high paced story of a woman on the run with all of law enforcement and high Jane on the Run When a 400 page thr...

  10. Karen’s Library says:

    I finished reading The Night Window a few days ago but needed a bit of time to get over my enormous book hangover Actually, it s a Jane Hawk book hangover, and I m going to miss her tremendously Except for maybe Einstein from Watchers, Jane is my favorite Dean Koontz character, and I have read ALL of his books and own most of them maybe all of them Koontz has an uncanny knack of bringing us the greatest of goodness in his characters but also the absolute worst, evil dreggs of humanity as we I finished reading The Night Window a few days ago but needed a bit of time to get over my enormous...