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"Brother Odd" was one of my favorite Dean Koontz Odd Thomas books. I am particularly fond of books in which there is severe weather, and this story had an amazing... Read morePublished 5 days ago by animal lover
I've been wanting to read this one for a while and waited for it to be on kindle. This is a story about an unusual young man who sees spirits and dead people. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Orthodoxy
Odd Thomas is a (was) a great character. In this novel he has a number of complex challenges and really wonderful allies. Perhaps my second favorite in the series. a great read.Published 13 days ago by longrange
Just started the Odd Thomas series and am really enjoying experiencing the world thru Odd's eyes. Excellent series. Always a fan of Dean Koontz.Published 15 days ago by H. LaBuono
Well written but thin plot. Reminded me almost instantly of " Forbidden Planet ". Still it was a fun read.Published 18 days ago by Robert F. Biegler
This was a really good addition to the Odd Thomas series. Due to the tragedies that Odd has experienced, he felt a need (at the end of book #2) to get away... Read more
Good character development and plot. Not my favorite of the series.Published 19 days ago by Scott Langlands
The Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz is great! I especially like the characters philosophical and dry sense of humor. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sandy
There are some gold nuggets of thought worth saving out and studying, besides the great story. I almost could see using this series as a class in literature.Published 20 days ago by Nancy Greene
|Topic||From this Discussion|
|Never mind Odd -- what's happening with Chris Snow||
You will be waiting a long time to read the books, since he plans on writing a fourth. As for Christopher Snow-Ride the Storm is still in the works but it is so epic that Koontz wants to take his time with it.
Jun 30, 2006 by Joshua Fowler | See all 6 posts
|***OFFICIAL*** Stop supporting Dean Koontz thread||
Are you nuts? Do you think that you can force an author to write a book by doing a public call out? Better question, would you want to read a book that an author felt forced to write?
I strongly suggest that you read the Dark Tower series of books written by Stephen King that took somewhere... Read More
Jun 15, 2007 by J. Kehoe | See all 25 posts
|For anyone who has finished the book.||
Well, for this story to be convincing, Odd would need to be writing the book himself. If he were dead then he would not be able to write a book that you are reading, it instead would need to be finished by someone else, i.e. little Ozzie. Also as Odd said over and over, Stormy would have been... Read More
Jan 26, 2007 by John Olliver | See all 6 posts
I agree with you 50 per cent. "Forever Odd" was mediocre, but the original "ODD THOMAS" was fantastic, spooky but not overdone. If "Brother ODD" is as good as the first novel, Koontz will have a winner.
May 6, 2006 by C L | See all 14 posts
|Dean Koontz books after the year 2000||
I have nearly every book Dean has written. I have all since 1982 for sure. Even a couple under other names. I'll look over the weekend and try and make you a list and send to your prive email as it is quite long.
Jul 28, 2006 by Mary P. Tickner | See all 8 posts
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