The narrator makes this series better than the actual text in my opinion. The books lack depth, but the way the narrator becomes Odd Thomas makes it a pleasurable listen.
The author did a great job throughout the book, but seemingly lost his drive toward the end. 85% of the book was a great listen. I could've done without the last part and left it to my imagination.
The book was somewhat intriguing until you reached the end. I feel the author could have done a much better job reaching the conclusion.
David Aaron Baker continues to become Odd Thomas in great fashion, however, the plot in this book was weak compared to the first two in the series.
Again with this second book, the narrator makes the book better than the actual text. Still a worthwhile series so far.
The narrator does an excellent job with this book. It's a very long book, and one that you just keep wanting to listen to.
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