Love audible. Great for my family, we listen together sometime.
Have not read the printed version
The Russian. Boo the dog
Very well told...loved the different voices
Quite a few moments... But saying goodbye to Elvis was sad
I usually prefer print versions to things since they let my imagination be more in control than with an audio book, but since I have a long commute to and from work, this works out well for me.
I liked the vague return of Stormy through the child.
I don't like this question since I don't think I would want to see a movie made of this book.
I had some trouble following some of the pseudo-science in this book as it wasn't explained very well.
This book couldn't keep my attention.
Yes, it has.
Story didn't keep my attention. Had to keep rewinding my ipod to rehear what the story was about. My mind would wonder off.
I didn't have any favorite scene's.
The core plot. I loved the first two books in the Odd Thomas series. However, this one fell short. It had a few great characters and some great potential, but in the end the plot was weak and came off like a cheep b rated black and white sci-fi. I think Koontz could have done better.
I will give the 4th a chance, because the character and narration are strong and have potential.
Every time I listen to an Odd Thomas story I am so intrigued by the events that unfold it keeps me on the edge of my seat.....I am always wanting more when the story ends.
I hope in the End...Odd gets to be with Stormy
The Ever Odd Thomas!!!!
Very eloquent writing and wonderfully read.
Just well put!
Emotion, voice and timing.
The feeling toward the children in the story. What they have gone through and how they have come out of it.
This was another interesting installment in the life of Odd Thomas. It kept my interest all the way to the end.
I like the way the story teller changes his voice for the different characters. It really makes them come to life.
I'd say odd! That's number one. First off I'm a Koontz fan. I read his book a lot. I enjoyed Odd Thomas when I listened to that a while back. I get what I call Koontzie burn-out when I read (or listen to) too many Koontz books in a row. I probably didn't like this one as much because I need a break from the type of book that makes you think and imagine things. His description of the evil thing are so detailed and creepy. I love descriptive writing but this one seems to go on forever at times.
In Brother Odd a priest goes missing. The scene where he is discovered is really memorable. Totally creep out!
Yes, I have listened to him before. He's good in this one as well as the previous ones I've listened to
Entertaining and kept my interest, but not quite as good as the first two in this series. The plot was just too weird (and yes, I know how that sounds in a review about a book where the hero sees dead people). I enjoyed the verbal sparring between Odd and the Russian (whom I think would be a great recurring character in this series).
The Odd Thomas series is always fresh, has intersting story plots and never is stagnet. The series does not insult my intellect but rather stimulates it,by Dean Koontz ability to make his writing intresting.