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Phantoms Themes

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Themes

Good Versus Evil

Phantoms, by Dean Koontz, has a central theme that is clearly good versus evil. Though the characters in the novel have their own personal demons, they are inherently good people, caught in a terrifying situation. The first instance of good versus evil that takes place in the novel is between Bryce Hammond and Fletcher Kale. Though Kale seems to be a devastated man after the deaths of his wife and young son, it is revealed that Kale has killed his family in order to obtain the funds for an investment deal.

The main instance of good versus evil is the battle between the ancient creature that has chosen Snowfield as its feeding ground and the people that arrive in the small town after the destruction and death of all that lived there. When the Paige sisters arrive in the empty town, Lisa senses that there is...

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