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.
Just a Latino living life in NYC
He was great!
I had read all the other Odd Thomas books... this was the first one I listed too and I sorry when it ended...
I would recommend this book to a friend who has previously enjoyed other Odd Thomas stories. Though the story itself is flawed by facile resolution of the plot, Mr. Koontz's presentation of the main character is as interesting as it has been in previous works which feature Thomas.
Odd Hours should be read, I think, as a part of the Odd Thomas series but should not be used as a benchmark when rating the books as a group. While Odd is again offered to the reader in a clever manner, other members of the cast seem artificial and unconvincing. Explanations of actions and motivations, aside from those of the main character, are lacking.
Mr. Baker's performance was, as usual, excellent. His unassuming tone and somewhat droll style is entirely consistent with the personality of the main character and his sense of drama is spot on.
Despite the book's shortcomings, Odd Hours is worth the listen. Mr. Koontz's language ability and characteristic stimulating imagination show through the work from beginning to end.
This book did not hold my attention nor did I finish listening to this audio book.
I'm not sure.
I was disappointed