Frankenstein Series by Dean Koontz is the title for a collection of five thrilling Koontz novels published between 2005 and 2011. The main plot of the series is the shuddering vision and works of a Victor Frankenstein. The mad scientist created monstrous creatures and waged a war to replace humankind. The slightest chance of human survival relied on a pair of detectives and Frankenstein’s first creation, Deucalion.
First published in 2011, The Dead Town by Dean Koontz is a New York Times Bestseller thriller novel. Sequel to Lost Souls, it is the fifth and last book of Koontz’s Frankenstein horror series. Here it is, the end result of the catastrophic war that was created by lunatic scientist Victor “Helios” Frankenstein. The purpose of that war was to eliminate humanity and replaced it with Frankenstein’s creation.
Sequel to Dead and Alive, Lost Souls by Dean Koontz is a heart-pounding horror novel. First released in 2010, it is the fourth book in Koontz’s Frankenstein Series. In this thriller book, a new war was looming to erase humanity. Victor “Helios” Frankenstein had a vision that the future would only hold place for superhuman. Abusing the technology of stem cells, “organic” silicon circuitry, and nanotechnology, he created something to replace the humankind.
Dead and Alive by Dean Koontz is a thrilling horror novel originally released in 2009. Sequel to City of Night, it is the third book in Koontz’s Frankenstein Series. Used to be a vicious monster, Deucalion has turned into a hero in battling the evil Victor “Frankenstein” Helios and his engineered killers. Detectives Carson and Michael, aided by Deucalion, were battling not only against Helios’ monstrous creations but also his power structure.
City of Night by Dean Koontz (co-authored by Ed Gorman) is a gripping horror novel first published in 2005. Following its prequel, Prodigal Son, it is the second book in Koontz’s Frankenstein Series. In this book, detective Carson and Michael were hunting a killer engineered by Dr. Victor “Frankenstein” Helios. It was an indestructible entity with a single purpose: replace the existence of humankind. The two detectives’ only hope lied on a one-time-a-monster, Deucalion.
First published in 2005, Prodigal Son by Dean Koontz (co-written by Kevin J. Anderson) is a chilling horror novel. The book delivered a thrilling brilliant opening for the mystery series widely known as Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein. While pursuing a cold-blooded serial killer “The Surgeon,” Detective Carson and Michael came across Deucalion “The Monster,” who had been waiting for the return of his master and maker, Dr. Victor Frankenstein.