Sure, the ones that like SF.
It has the Council structure of the Dresden Files, but that is where the comparison ends. The main character had her funny moments, but nothing compared to Harry.
Besides that one aspect it was pretty unique.
Overall, I liked the book and the concept for the story. Some of the things I didn't like were the constant journal reading at key "action" moments of the story. It kind of affected the momentum of the story for me when that happened as well as confusing me with how what I was hearing related to what was just going on in the main timeline.
Ah..Edward. I was so glad to revisit Edward to see how much he had grown and changed (and not!) and how he was able to cope with his "shitburger" of a year!
If you like 600 Hours of Edward, you will love getting back into Edward's head again.
I was looking for a recommendation for a book similar to the "Rosie Project" (i.e., an author who could deal with a difficult subject in a humorous, but still realistic manner).
This book was very different, but equally as good for different reasons. Craig Lancaster does a good job dealing with the full range of issues that all of us have faced at some time or other while still making us laugh.
I would highly recommend this..I don't think you would be disappointed.
As always, Lisa Gardner, did not disappoint. I loves how she is able to tell a story from various character perspectives and although I thought I knew who the mastermind was I didn't figure it out until the investigators did (which to me makes for a more exciting book!)
Definitely would recommend to anyone who enjoys her other novels.
I love Larry Correia's books. I've read all his MHI books and his Grimnoir books as well. This book had the unfortunate feeling of being the middle book in a series even though it's book number 4. I liked the additional background that we got on the evil that Zee will have to eventually fight, but didn't feel like the storyline moved along that much.
Don't get me wrong, I'll definitely read the next book in the series, but this was just not by favorite.
if I had not figured out who did it 1/4 of the way into the book. I was really liked the main character though so I kept listening to see what would eventually happen to him, but I do typically like more difficulty in guessing "who done it"!
I had been looking at this book for a long time, but the synopsis didn't really grab my interest. It wasn't until someone compared it to "Lost" (which i loved) that I decided to give it a shot.
I'm glad I did. It started off slow, but I like the buildup and the weirdness. It was a really good story and I ending up really loving the book.
I read a lot of Dean Koontz. I enjoyed this book, but not as much as some of the others. Also after reading some of the reviews for the sequels this will probably be my last "Odd Thomas" book.
I finished the entire series a few weeks ago and I must admit that although all 3 were really good this one was my favorite. The characters were not "superheros" (yet) in this book and therefore seemed more human.
Don't get me wrong I definitely was hooked after this book and quickly listened to the other 2, but his was my favorite.
Yes, I like the realism of Daniel's books. He is able to craft a story that makes you believe that this could really happen!
Definitely!! I absolutely loved Daemon and Freedom so anxiously awaited the release of Kill Decision to Audible. Although not in the same vein as the Daemon/Freedom books still a wonderful thriller that keep me on the edge of my seat.
*Spoiler Alert*Loved the chase scene with the Professor
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