Of course, inspired by the Stephen King thread. I couldn’t really contribute to that one, having read only 5 or so SK books. On the other hand, I’ve read probably 20 Koontz novels.
I re-read it last year, 6 years after first reading it, and I loved it just as much the second time. There is no doubt that this is his best work. (for me, anyway).
Worst: Sieze the Night.
I tried to finish this one, I really did. But when he was still on the SAME DAMN PLOTLINE 180 pages into the book, in the same setting, I gave up. I was never interested. Boring…the first one (Fear Nothing) was decent, but not up to par.
Honorable Mention (good):
Dark Rivers of the Heart
False Memory (at least so far…I’m about 4/5 done with it).
Basically, I usually like his mostly probably real-life stories best, and don’t like his really, really supernatural crap.