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Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz
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Mar 10, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: suspense

I started this series with the fourth book, then went to the first thinking I would be disappointed; not at all. Koontz does a terrific job of making each book a stand alone success as well as an excellent part of a series. Using the best elements of suspense (time constraints, his closest ally put out of commission, misunderstanding clues, true love and an entire town at stake), Koontz weaves a formidable tale of impending doom that only Odd Thomas can rectify.

Through Odd's recurring dream of horror, his ability to see dead people, and his ability to sense mass terror, he is the only person equipped to align the signs to understand how to stop the certain catastrophe. But the dead don't talk, and Odd's perceptions are not always dead on, which make his deductions and his character all the more heroic.

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