I enjoyed this one alot more then i did the last one. I know Odd has to fight some well Odd enemies but Dean Koontz has got to keep them some what believable. Also if ur going keep talking about places from the books Fear the Nothing and Seize the Night finish the third book already then.
I keep trying to like this story it just jumps around a lot without giving details how. Starts out with a great attack then the set up op center then two sentence and the first attack is over and your left wondering how..?
I enjoyed this book but I am worried that he is starting another series without ending the Odd Thomas series or the Christopher Snow. I need to know how one thing ends before jumping to another.
Would have been a good story if the reader wasn't so bad. If your going to read a book say the words right.
Followed the movie very well and I must say I enjoyed both. My only wondering is why they had a female narrator? She wasn't bad but there are more male characters in the book should've got a male to read this one.
The book is good but the dialog gets alil silly. I mean as I listen I think no way people would say things like this with people u work with an for
This book was about the history of Area 51 and yes it talks about UFO"s and aliens but not in a crazy way and as a part of the history of Area 51. So if your looking for a book about the history of some of the thing that have going on in Area 51 read the book you ll enjoy it. If your looking for a book of secrets keep looking you ll be let down.
It was a good book and i know it is the first in a series but it seem a little jumpie in places. New people and place just popped up in the book with little to no back story.
I keep reading Dean Koontz and loved the other Odd Thomas books but his last few books have just gotten alil to odd for me. I think he should go back and look at some of his older work and try to recapture his older works.
Yes i would it is a nice easy read with characters that u can connect with
He did a great job on them all threw out all of the books and i like when they dont switch up readers after a book or two.
Just a all around good trilogy
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