Dean is one of the authors I love listening to. His Odd Thomas books ever disappoints
Even as a "short story" I was captured in this story and loved Odd Thomas all the more. I have strayed away from Odd over years and have not read any of his books since book 4 so now I am catching back up. I started with this one. I LOVED IT and I am so happy to be back in Odd's world! At first I was not so sure that Narrator David Baker was the voice for Odd but after listening for awhile, he is def the voice the Odd! Now on to book 5! PS I LOVE ED in this book!!!!!!!
I do love these books, so far they have gottan better everytime except for this one. It is not really a bad addition but it is an odd one, even more then before that is. Things go a little off base and i'm not sure I get why he went where he did but it is an interesting listen.
It is as good as all of the Odd series
The Hal like computer
I really felt I was listening to Odd's thoughts
We all knew it was coming!
I wanted to like it as I have enjoyed the first couple of "odd thomas" adventures. In previous books, I liked the quirky personality and interesting adventures seen from his perspective. This one totally misses the mark. It is so off the scale with silliness that I had to fast forward through some parts just to get to the end and put me out of my misery. This was a waste of a credit that I regret having used. The narration itself is fine, but the storyline is ridiculous and the telling tedious.
Same 'ol Odd
Yes. I love the way Dean Koontz writes.
He is the voice of Odd Thomas, it wouldn't be the same with another narrator.
As I always enjoy Odd Thomas, this was not my favorite of the series.
yes, because I enjoy Odd's sense of humor and perspective on life and the people areound him. I like the plot twists and am sure there are probably some nuances I missed the first time around.
The discovery of a body at the end of the tunnel
When Ed talked to Odd on the truck radio
This was a fun, suspenseful and thought provoking book that was hard to put down.