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Read & Download Ö Odd Thomas ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ø The dead don't talk I don't know why But they do try to communicate with a short order cook in a small desert town serving as their reluctant confidant Odd Thomas thinks of himself as an ordinary guy if possessed of a certain measure of talent at the Pico MundoCo Mundo will awaken to a day of catastrophe As evil coils under the searing desert sun Odd travels through the shifting prisms of his world struggling to avert a looming cataclysm with the aid of his soul mate and an unlikely community of allies that includes the King of Rock 'n' Roll His account of two shattering days when past and present fate and destiny converge is the stuff of our worst nightmares and a testament by which to live sanely if not safely with courage humor and a full heart that even in the darkness must perseve. I’ve not read much Koontz but this seemed like a popular one I’m even planning to watch the film afterwardsI liked how the story was narrated through Odd it was really easy to get a feel for the character Whilst working as a short order cook young Odd has the ability to see dead people I instantly thought of Sixth SenseIn truth this novel reminded me of a few other well known books the most obvious being Stephen King’s The Dead Zone as Odd has a premonition that something bad is about to happenOne of the ghosts that hangs around near Odd is a well known celebrity I won’t spoil the surprise but he has also appeared in another supernatural book seriesEven though it felt like treading old ground Odd is such a great character who I was happy to spend time withI definitely want to read Koontz I’d be happy to continue with this series

Dean Koontz ¼ 9 Summary

O Pico Mundo's sympathetic police chief Wyatt Porter can solve a crime Occasionally they can prevent one But this time it's differentA mysterious man comes to town with a voracious appetite a filing cabinet stuffed with information on the world's worst killers and a pack of hyena like shades following him wherever he goes Who the man is and what he wants not even Odd's deceased informants can tell him His most ominous clue is a page ripped from a day by day calendar for August 15Today is August 14In less than twenty four hours Pi. This book wasn't supposed to make me cry This book was supposed to be simple mindless fun I wasn't supposed to fall in love with the tortured and unloved by family Odd This story was supposed to be easy So why am I still crying I had not asked to be born Only to be loved Review to come

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Odd ThomasThe dead don't talk I don't know why But they do try to communicate with a short order cook in a small desert town serving as their reluctant confidant Odd Thomas thinks of himself as an ordinary guy if possessed of a certain measure of talent at the Pico Mundo Grill and rapturously in love with the most beautiful girl in the world Stormy LlewellynMaybe he has a gift maybe it's a curse Odd has never been sure but he tries to do his best by the silent souls who seek him out Sometimes they want justice and Odd's otherworldly tips t. Hooray for Odd ThomasThat’s really his name by the wayDean Koontz has made a winner with this 2003 publication that spawned ten other works as of 2015 and a 2013 filmFirst of all Koontz crafted in Odd a very likeable hero Notice I did not use the term protagonist as Odd is a real hero doing what is right having fun with it and being an all around great guy Odd’s heroism is emphasized by his comparison to his thoroughly unlikeable and completely unsympathetic parents By showing us Odd’s parents Koontz also adds depth and character to the already interesting storylineAnd he sees dead peopleOdd also sees what he calls bodachs These are wolfish shadowy creatures of unknown origin that might be demons or they might be something else Koontz’ creation of these beings allows him to maximize the creepy factor of this horror thriller paranormal thoroughly uniue and way cool narrative The Bodachs also allow a furtherance of Koontz’ brilliant use of foreshadowing In one respect the shade like bodachs may be the literary embodiment of foreshadowing and Koontz even allows a brief description of the beasts that suggests thisOdd also has a sixth sense what he calls psychic magnetism that allows him a fun perspective on all the supernatural shenanigans going onFinally Odd Thomas is simply a well put together and charismatic good read