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Subject: Dean Koontz, Frankenstein, Dark Rivers of the Heart, Relentless (Koontz novel), Fritz (Frankenstein)
Collection: 2010 Novels, Biopunk Novels, Horror Novels, Novels by Dean Koontz, Works Based on Frankenstein
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Lost Souls (Dean Koontz novel)

Lost Souls
Author Dean Koontz
Country United States
Language English
Series Dean Koontz's Frankenstein
Genre Suspense, Thriller
Publisher Bantam Publishing
Publication date
June 2010
Media type Hardback
Preceded by Dead and Alive
Followed by The Dead Town

Lost Souls is the first novel in the second trilogy of Dean Koontz's Frankenstein series, and the fourth book overall. It debuted at #7 on the New York Times Hardcover Best Seller list.[1]

Release Information

The book was released in hardback on 15 June 2010.[2] Book five, "The Dead Town," followed in May 2011. Book Six is scheduled for May 2012.


  1. ^ "Best Sellers: Hardcover Fiction".  
  2. ^ Bantam Signs Koontz for New Frankenstein Novels

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