Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz

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AuthorDean Koontz
TitleOdd Thomas
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
Submitted by Celsi Jude Erwing 
(May 23, 2006)

Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant! Even though my sister is the Elvis fan, I loved the part he played in this story. Koontz's best work that I've read so far! (But I've only read a handful or two at this point.) Burden and sacrifice are played on with such fantastic rewards... I found this book hard to put down for the night.

Koontz provides a horrific talent to such an unexpected character who manages to remain sincere and sympathetic to those around him. This is one book to which I was happy to find the sequel. "Forever Odd" was a perfect continuation, recapturing your mind, and placing you back in the land of "Odd". Brilliant!

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Dec 01, 2005)

This was the first novel by Koontz I had read, and I became hooked immediately. It was rare to see me without the book in hand; I was so incapable of putting it down. It is suspenseful with more than a few interesting twists. Koontz describes each character so well it's as if you've known them long before even opening the book. It's a fine piece of literature, masterpiece even.

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