Details about The Other Emily by Dean Koontz
The Other Emily by Dean Koontz – If inspiration was not in fact his goal, if instead, he was in need of company, he found none of that, either. e traffic in the streets might as well have been self-driven and without passengers, machines on errands of their own intention. Footprints patterned the inch of snow on the sidewalks. e bitter chill did not dissuade other pedestrians from being out and about, but to David they were as immaterial as ghosts.
That night he toured a cellar that he had never seen other than in dreams, a maze of half-lit chambers containing abominations from which he woke in a state of terror, his esh and bones colder than the night beyond his windows.