Yes. I've enjoyed all the Odd Thomas books to date.
Odd Thomas is the main character and my favorite. He is dealing with his powerful gifts with a strength I can admire.
I don't know what I would do if someone else read these books.
I'm not anxious to read Saint Odd, as it is the last one.
Odd Thomas has been one of the best characters to pop up in any books in years. His wot and humor are only a small part of his charming personality but those ingredients help make the Odd Thomas series a lot of fun to read. Odd Hours and Saint Odd were really entertaining and I loved seeing the writer's world views woven through the story as Odd's own.
The series is fun from start to finish.
Just like I have been saying. You have to read this series to truly appreciate this far into the series. I had no clue where Author Dean Koontz could take Odd but oh he is brilliant and I am so thankful for his brilliant mind. Thank you DK for all of the AMAZING characters you brought into Oddy's life and to ours!!!!
It gives hope for all good things in human race , as it is also by our own race that the most demonic crimes are committed in our daily life.
Have read the book fee years ago but listening to the audio had made me enjoy one of the top story teller of our time.
I've listened to all the Odd Thomas books and had a hard time listening,I was just bored throughout most of this one.
There was a large amount of this book spent reminding me that we didn't live in the the 1950's anymore, and how horrible that is.
Spend more time on the 3rd act and make the conclusion live us to the build up.
Simple, clean, and crisp
I love the series but more and more it just seems to be preaching and longing for a world that happen 60 years ago. Sure it must have been great with more crime, higher death rates, sexism, racism, lack of science and technology. I'm glad that Dean Koontz loved his childhood but believe it or not people then and now are good and want to do good things.