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Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz

Odd Thomas is an unconventional novel with a protagonist who lives up to his name. Dean Koontz has outdone himself with this sincere story about a simple man with the ability to see the dead. 341 more words

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Movie - Odd Thomas: B

It’s weird seeing Anton Yelchin (the actor who plays Chekov in the new Trek films) in a different role, especially a lead one. But he did a great job with what he had, which unfortunately was a fairly sophomoric film, almost like a student movie with a studio budget. 63 more words


Wilderness review

Goodreads says: Addison Goodheart is a mystery even to himself. He was born in an isolated home surrounded by a deep forest, never known to his father, kept secret from everyone but his mother, who barely accepts him. 184 more words

Odd Thomas Audio Review #iartg

I just finished listening to this book last week and enjoyed it. I haven’t read a ton of Koontz (Mr. Murder, Tick Tock, and the one with that guy who had to scale a building to escape a couple killers come to mind) and his style was pretty refreshing. 33 more words


The Chocolate Book Tag

As some (or many) of you may already know, I’m a huge book nerd. I love books. In fact, my love of books and reading in general is what led me to my lifelong dream of writing my own book. 1,453 more words


Book review: "Odd Thomas"

“Odd Thomas,” written by Dean Koontz, is one of those books I wanted very much to enjoy, but just didn’t. It is the kind of story I should have found gripping, but, like a spirit almost ready to leave this world behind, I often found myself close to “letting go.” 428 more words