Regular price: $15.36
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $15.36
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
yes and any Dean Koontz fans, people who like fast paced paranormal thrillers and fans of Odd. Dean can write such a roller coaster of emotions into his characters who themselves are already unknowingly on a fast paced ride themselves. He just skips from having you laughing to being extremely creeped out within seconds, with a few good tension breakers thrown in for good measure. If you're after an adventure involving god knows what pick up an Odd book. Go for a ride.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Odd, he's just so bizarre and quirky and even though I've now seen Anton Yelchin take on his persona, which he did brilliantly. Odd's just a hilarious, outrageous and loveable character, who's been dealt a rough hand but always manages to keep on living life. Old Blue Eye's was pretty funny too as was his boss, what was the deal with that guy, too funny.
What does David Aaron Baker bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I thought he did a great job, can't fault him.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Another good job seeks out need of some Odd
Any additional comments?
Everyone has to read at least one Odd book
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Any book by Koontz sells well and any book with Odd as the main character sells well, but Koontz may have shot himself in the foot with this half a** attempt. I believe Koontz is getting tired of this character and it shows in his writing. Odd mentions more then once that he would like to die and I believe Koontz would like to kill him off, if only he did not sell so well.
The story starts off on a beach where Odd is attack by some bad guys. It takes him eight chapters to get off the beach. Most of the book is filler. Toward the end our gun hating hero, uses a gun and kills several people, some point blank. At one point he bravely stands still while a bad guy takes three shots at him, like he is superman. It seemed very out of character for Odd to use a gun and I believe it was just a easy way for Koontz to get his character out of trouble, so he compromised the character's character.
In chapter 46 there is an exchange between Odd and a bad guy that is roll on the ground funny, but this is about the only place in the book where there is any levity.
This is the fourth book in the series, but you can read them in any order. My favorite in the series is Forever Odd.
Koontz has written some really great stuff and my favorites are: The Bad Place, Lost Souls, Life Expectancy, Dragon Tears, and By The Light of The Moon.
23 of 24 people found this review helpful
I've read Koontz for a very long time, and although the narration quality is excellent, the book itself is lacking. I'm wondering if the publisher got greedy and split the book with another one coming soon. Lots of unanswered questions and it leaves you hanging. With under an hour left, it just wraps up so quick it is tough to believe. The first Odd Thomas is the best, the second was okay and this one is lacking.
14 of 15 people found this review helpful