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Dean Koontz Odd Thomas

“Odd Thomas ”

Written on: 01/11/2003 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)

Odd Thomas
Dean Koontz
Bantam, Dec 2003, $26.95, 401 pp.
ISBN 0553802496

Odd Thomas is no typical twenty-year-old. What he considers ordinary most people would consider frightening. On August 14, he sees Penny a young child and knows instantly she is a ghost. Penny points out her killer and Odd gives chase finally apprehending him. The sheriff, who knows about Odd's psychic powers, uses him as an able tool in crime fighting.

While working as a short order cook in a diner he notices a man… Read Full Review

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Hammersb's Response to Harriet Klausner's Review

Written on: 08/04/2006

Think Harriets review is very thorough. Maybe a little too much. Read the book and discover Odd's charm for yourself.

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Onwriting's Response to Harriet Klausner's Review

Written on: 08/03/2007

This book shouldn't be here anyway because it demands a class of its own. I've read too many books by Koontz (that I do care to remember) and this one really tops the lot. I won't delve into stupid, unimportant stuff like symbolism or themes within the book (I don't think that they're important or at east not essentially important; reader satisfaction is what is) but if you read the book, you'll find out what it means to write the best first page that can be accomplished. I really can't think of any book that didn't at least substantially satisfy me and I've been reading this guy's books for quite a while.

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