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Your Heart Belongs to Me" is a 1962 song written and composed by The Miracles' William "Smokey" Robinson and released as a single by Motown singing group The Supremes during their early years with the label.

Your Heart Belongs to Me" is a 1962 song written and composed by The Miracles' William "Smokey" Robinson and released as a single by Motown singing group The Supremes during their early years with the label. The song is about a woman whose lover is in the armed forces and has "Gone to a far-away land"; its narration has her tell him to always remember their love for each other if he ever gets lonely.

Home Dean Koontz Your Heart Belongs to M. Something happened to his heart. Already quick with anticipation of the ride, the beat suddenly accelerated and began to pound with a force more suited to a moment of high terror than to one of pleasant excitement

Home Dean Koontz Your Heart Belongs to Me. Home. Your heart belongs to me, . Already quick with anticipation of the ride, the beat suddenly accelerated and began to pound with a force more suited to a moment of high terror than to one of pleasant excitement. He could feel his pulse throbbing in his ankles, wrists, throat, temples.

I loved this book! It had romance, it had drama and mystery. He learns of a terrible medical condition that limits his life to a year if he doesn't receive a new heart.

Within days, he’s diagnosed with incurable cardiomyopathy and finds himself on the waiting list for a heart transplant; it’s .

Within days, he’s diagnosed with incurable cardiomyopathy and finds himself on the waiting list for a heart transplant; it’s his only hope, and it’s dwindling fast. Ryan is about to lose it al. is health, his girlfriend Samantha, and his life. One year later, Ryan has never felt better. Business is good and he hopes to renew his relationship with Samantha. Most disturbing of all, a graphic heart surgery video and the chilling message: Your heart belongs to me. In a heartbeat, the medical miracle that gave Ryan a second chance at life is about to become a curse worse than death. For Ryan is being stalked by a mysterious woman who feels entitled to everything he has.

Your Heart Belongs to Me is a novel by science fiction/horror writer Dean Koontz. The plot revolves around Ryan Perry, who receives a heart transplant

Your Heart Belongs to Me is a novel by science fiction/horror writer Dean Koontz. The plot revolves around Ryan Perry, who receives a heart transplant. From the New York Times bestselling master of suspense comes a riveting thriller that probes the deepest terrors of the human psyche-and the ineffable mystery of what truly makes us who we are. Here a brilliant young man finds himself fighting for his very existence in a battle that starts with the most frightening words of all.

One year after the heart transplant that saved his life. It wasn't until the end that the main character, Ryan Perry, became likeable. I know it was part of the plot to start him out as a very self-centered man. I had a hard time getting around the fact that as he is about to undergo a heart transplant he doesn't even let his parents know, just assuming they wouldn't be interested. I was disappointed in the character of Samantha as well

A high-concept new thriller from the internationally acclaimed Dean Koontz about a young man who owes his life to a heart transplan. ut confronts an imminent and far darker death At 34 Ryan Perry suddenly finds himself on a waiting list for a heart transplant.

A high-concept new thriller from the internationally acclaimed Dean Koontz about a young man who owes his life to a heart transplan. Nevertheless, Ryan manages to remain upbeat, and his reward is well deserved. He receives a new heart, and the transplant is a success. Except fo. roubles connected to the heart

Your Heart Belongs To Me. Annotation. And, most disturbing of all, a graphic heart surgery video accompanied by a chilling message: Your heart belongs to me.

Your Heart Belongs To Me. She’s the spitting image of the d donor of the heart beating steadily in Ryan’s own chest. And she’s come to take it back.

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Dean Koontz is probably my favorite writer but this book was disappointing. It wasn't until the end that the main character, Ryan Perry, became likeable. I know it was part of the plot to start him out as a very self-centered man. I had a hard time getting around the fact that as he is about to undergo a heart transplant he doesn't even let his parents know, just assuming they wouldn't be interested. I was disappointed in the character of Samantha as well. She never really "helps" Ryan by explaining things to him. Yes it kept me reading, to understand the seemingly "supernatural" events. The explanations were simply glossed over. I would have preferred to see Ryan and Sam work things out together, but then again, you never know where a Koontz novel is going to go. I gave it three stars because there was good suspense.
Glei
Well, this is not spooky Koontz of the 80's or 90's, nor the more intriguingly, bittersweet adventures of Odd Thomas, but the "new" Koontz exploring mortality and ambiguity, similar in tone to Stephen King's Duma Key. The story starts out with Ryan, the 30 + year-old dot.com millionaire having fun with living his life. He falls in love with the driven writer, Sam, an identical twin whose sister died, and here, his trouble starts. Sam is just not that into him. Then, the mysterious physical symptoms start. To anyone who has faced life-threatening illness, you can identify with the fear, suspicion, need for control. Well, Ryan steps up to take charge...with the best docs around...all the while feeling something is not quite right. Well, you have to read to see that, indeed, all was not quite right. But the story evolves and you are left wondering...what was going really going on? What was the "subtext" of the story as Sam, the writer would say? The book gets high marks for chronicling Ryan's introspections, the development of mystery and revelation, but the ending...a bit hard to believe. Still well worth reading.
Golden freddi
I've read a number of Koontz's books, though admittedly not all. Of the ones I've read this is my favorite and the easiest read of all. I love a good scare and started reading his books for the shiver. Although not of the horror genre, this one didn't disappoint. I got all the thrills and chills I'd hoped for and it carried me through a number of other emotions I wasn't expecting. I would have given it five stars but it left me floundering at one point, and I felt that part might have been handled differently. But then that's my perspective. Over all a stellar read. I definitely recommend it.
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Normally I inhale Mr Koontz's work but this one just didn't click for me. It did ask some interesting questions, but when I read his books I usually walk away with a smile on my face, thinking about the wonder of the human spirit.

In this case, I wasn't really smiling. I don't want to give spoilers, but in general the question asked is: if great evil is done on behalf of someone who does not know about it, is that person responsible? Does that person have to spend the rest of his life atoning for the evil, just because he ends up thinking he *should* have known about it?

If the clues were more obvious, I might have felt better, but frankly I missed them too. When the explanation came, I thought, 'Wow, never saw THAT coming...' So it's hard to believe that the main character beats himself up over having believed in the sort of people that we've all spent our lives being taught to trust...especially when they seem so darned NICE...

There were also an awful lot of loose ends. Some characters who seemed to have been put there just so we could love to hate them ended up completely uninvolved with the story.

I have always bought this author's work in hardcover, on release day, and I will continue to do so. I don't regret buying this one, but it won't go onto my 'reread this' pile.
Dolid
Awhile ago I started to read this book, and when I was just over half way done the book started over. I guess it was a problem with the printer, anyway I can't believe it took so long to read this book. I loved everything about it. So many twist and turns, I wonder if I would have been able to read all the clues. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this book very much.
Cordanius
Loved this book. Kept me on the edge of my seat. masterful writing.
Waiso
Really really enjoyed this book all the way through! Except for the ending I think most people will love the ending but it wasn't what I was hoping for. Definitely going to be reading more Dean Koontz books!
Very interesting and suspenseful. But not sure what Samantha wanted from Ryan. It wasn't clear to me and really didn't understand the ending. But it held my interest to the end. Also makes you think about where organ donations are coming from. Guess if you need one you need to ask that question.
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