Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Deeply Odd (Odd Thomas) by Dean Koontz

This book, absolutely does NOT stand on its on. It references the previous five novels. I strongly suggest that you read the other novels in order to  get a full understanding of the character.

Odd is on another adventure --- and is using his psychic magnetism in order to hunt the man who is about to commit a horrendous crime, involving the lives of children. Many interesting developments arise, along with Odd meeting another human who can see the dead.

This is not the best book in the series but it still manages to keep you captivated. I will be anxiously awaiting the next installment in this series and so will you.

Grade: B

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