When it's Odd time, it's my time. The fact that I can have someone read to me and give the characters life is amazing. I have enjoyed every book and can't wait to hear more.
My favoriate character is Odd, of course. Odd is an odd sort and is so layed back. He is respectful and caring; the unexpected and unsung hero. He puts others before himself and doesn't ask for anything in return.
I like that the same narrator is used for each book. He brings Odd to life and is so befitting his character. It helps me to paint a picture of Odd while I'm listening to the story unfold. I see him in Noir sometimes and that is somewhat charming.
Anytime that Odd has a loss, I feel it too. He has a small number of people (and dog) that he allows to really know him, to a point, and he can't afford to lose them.
Odd is a good, strong character. It is sometimes hard to find that these days.
This is a series book. I love this book.
I love his voice.
It is a fast, fun read.
Dean Koontz hands down is one of the best paranormal, supernatural and unexplained mysteries, & ghost story authors out there. When reading a book it has to stand on its own, but the narrator can make or break even the best books.
David Aaron Baker's narrating is one of the best I have listened to, he makes the book so much fun to listen to you won't be disappointed as I have been with several books I've purchased and could not listen to because the narration was so bad!
I have purchased several audio books narrated by David and have loved everyone of them.
This guy is the Bomb of narrators.
Audio works better for me, I go to sleep while reading a printed book. Plus I can listen and do other things at the same time.
All of the Koontz books are good.
Odd, of course.
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Really could not find a plot Read the book's synopsis and thought this would be an interesting listen, But found myself lost most of the time
Confussion Left me wondering what story he was trying to tell.
I have been an Odd Thomas fan for years. I was excited about listening to Koontz's lastest book about this eccentric, but lovable character. It was a serious
No...but I'll think twice before buying another Koonz book.
Yes. He made it possible for me to listen to the end.
Boredom and disappointment.
no idea, fifteen words are too many to detail a complete lack of respect for this book.
not wrote it! fifteen words are too many to detail a complete lack of respect for this book.
none fifteen words are too many to detail a complete lack of respect for this book.
dissappointment fifteen words are too many to detail a complete lack of respect for this book.
Will not recommend it to anyone. fifteen words are too many to detail a complete lack of respect for this book.
Yes, it is like getting a letter from a long lost friend.
I really like the sound of his voice. It is pleasent to listen to, you feel llike Odd Thomas is talking to you.
Yes when Odd realizes that you have to go one no matter what you would rather do.
I would listen again..... Very entertaining
Hated to take a break from listening!
I will listen to more Odd adventures
The characters are interesting and engaging. But, the story line rambles and has holes in it. I enjoy the Odd Thomas series, but this is my least favorite. I also enjoy Koontz's descriptive style, but this book felt different than his others. The narration is is very good.
The ending left me with questions. There was not enough of a cliff hanger, if that was the intention, or it didn't resolve as neatly as his other novels.
The Narration was very good. I enjoy listening to Baker's performances.