Story line was a little weak. But if you like words, Mr. Koontz out did himself with this one. This to me read like he had to use his big vocabulary or bust :)
David kept the characters easy to follow.
I would so listen to Odd Hours again many times as I have many of Dean Koontz books. His form of writing grips you and makes you want to hear more...from the very begining he holds your interest!!
I haven't read many books that compare to Dean Koontz's Odd Hours really. Maybe in some ways but not all the ways that make me want to read his books.
He was great!!
No laughing or crying...but excited with anticipation of what was going to happen next...on the edge of the seat sort of excitement.
I wish there were more movies of Dean Koontz books.
The story was cute, but I may not be one I listen to over and over.
The Odd stories have been better, but the detail and picture language is always good with Koontz.
The reading was good, very good.
This one was pretty predictable, fun.
Interesting idea. Enjoyed the sense of humour, but would not remember the book in a year's time (and I don't have Alzheimers!). Would make for good movie material ie I'd be happy only to see the compact movie version.
I love Mr. Koontz older works, newer stuff I'll think twice in buying.
I'll think twice about it now.
Hutch! The only likable character in this book!
I would have changed Odd's name to something else and made this a completely separate book from the Odd series.
I hated that Odd used a gun, it was hard to follow and it just wasn't the Odd character. There was no paranormal and if there was I didn't catch it. I was just hoping the entire book was a dream. Hutch was the star of this book because he was a great character. I feel like I don't even know Odd anymore. If this is a two part-er I hope there will be more answers and less, if any, of Odd killing people with guns. I couldn't get into this at all and Sinatra just left and then a passing sentence as he just disappeared or something...that's definitely not like Odd.
Odd Thomas is always a good lite read/listen.
Of all of Koontz characters...I enjoy Odd the best!
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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