Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Saint Odd (An Odd Thomas Novel) by Dean Koontz
-"In greek mythology, the amaranth was an undying flower that remained at the peak of its beauty for eternity but the dream did not begin with the flower." - Saint Odd - Dean Koontz
Saint Odd is the final installment in the, Odd Thomas collection.
Dean Koontz has taken us on a a ride, from a monastery to an apocalypse. Odd has, had many ghostly encounters from faithful loving dog to Elvis Presley! We have been frightened by bodach's, cannibals and mankind. A few favorite characters make cameos and evil vs. good is at it's height. Odd Thomas is headed back to his home town of Pico Mundo and he doesn't expect to make it out alive before the nights over. I'm not giving anything away -- go out and pick up this book but make sure you read the books before it or you will be lost. This book does NOT stand alone.
Odd Thomas is perhaps one of my favorite character's by Dean Koontz and I'm sad to see him go! If you haven't read this series. Pick it up, sit back and enjoy. Click the links below to see my reviews on the rest of the books in this series.
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