I really enjoyed this addition to Dean Koontz's "Odd Series" after reading most of the others. Some of this author's novels are a bit too dark for my tastes but I really enjoy Odd, his sense of humor and outlook on life, as his special talent (seeing dead people) leads him from one adventure to another. He is a very likeable character and the story draws you right in from the beginning, holding your interest until the very end. I highly recommend this series to anyone who likes a bit of science fiction now and then from one of the best science fiction authors.
Just a Latino living life in NYC
Yes, Koontz is one of my favorite writers and Baker is very pleasant to listen to..
Yes because we have not come to the end of Odd's Journey.
The story was good but I was a little annoyed with the "too" detailed descriptions... felt more like filler then story…
I was looking forward to this next book in the series and I gotta say it was such a let down. I listened to the entire book gave it a week to settle in before I gave my review and here I am. It seems to me that Dean had switched up his abilities but I find myself a bit confused. The one thing that did stick out for me was his conflict with having the ability to see Stormy again but passing on his baser instinct for self happiness. I am an Odd Thomas fan but I am a little concerned where this is going.
Yes, as long as that friend read the last 4 books.
I love this series and it was good to finally have a new one. It was witty and fun just like the rest with a unique and creepy plot as only Koontz could invent.
Odd's discovery of the secret door to the past.
It wasn't my favorite of the series but was still great. The addition of the new famous "companion" should be fun if DK decides to keep the series going.
Yes, I would recommend it, but be warned, it's not as good as the others.
After seeing Daniel Silva at the Tattered Book in Colorado, I am completely addicted. Being an artist I love Gabriel!
Just as great as the other four, love them!
It is great if you start with the first book in the series, but you don't have to.
Yes and no, probably would feel the same about both.
Possibly more relaxed narration at first.
Not as good
not really but wanted to finish it.
The performance was first rate.
Yes. Koontz seems to have gone back to what he does best. He weaves supernatural elements in with human drama to give the reader a very balanced story.
Odd Thomas of course!
Scenes between Odd and the little boy.
The old Dean Koontz is back. Can't wait for the next in this series.
While there was the typical Odd Thomas suspense and action, I felt this book just did not capture my interest. I had a harder time getting involved with characters other than Odd, and had I not read all the prior books, I would not have gotten as much of a feel for Odd either. Not "bad" but certainly not the best of the series.