From "one of the master storytellers of this or any age" (The Tampa Tribune) comes the stunning final adventure of "one of the most remarkable and appealing characters in current fiction" (The Virginian-Pilot) - as #1 New York Times best-selling author Dean Koontz brings the unforgettable odyssey of Odd Thomas to its dazzling conclusion.
Odd Thomas is back where it all started…because the time has come to finish it. Since he left his simple life in the small town of Pico Mundo, California, his journey has taken him to places strange and wonderful, mysterious and terrifying. Across the land, in the company of mortals and spirits alike, he has known kindness and cruelty, felt love and loss, saved lives and taken them - as he's borne witness to humanity's greatest good and darkest evil. Again and again, he has gone where he must and done what he had to do - for better or worse - with his courage and devotion sorely tested, and his soul forever changed. Every triumph has been hard won. Each sacrifice has taken its toll.
Now, whatever destiny drives him has finally steered his steps home, where those he cares for most surround him, the memory of his tragically lost true love haunts him, and one last challenge - vast and dreadful - awaits him. For Odd Thomas, born to serve a purpose far greater than himself, the wandering is done. Only the reckoning remains.
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the narration was good as always, the story was no
The story has no meaning, the ending was devoid of depth. To end this series with such little imagination was not a smart choice.
If Dean had written this book 10 years ago I would have been able to stand it.
This book has ensured that as an avid Koontz reader I will not waste my time, nor money on any future writing of his.
He has run out of ideas, and the ability to see them through.
No longer convincing, no longer able to produce a re readable book.
It feels like he is writing bored now. Odd deserved more than this.
The narrator was great, love his voice and pace.
The last four chapters. But they would have had to be re written.
When you spend two books trying to create an enigma, don't just sweep them away with silly endings, don't leave so many unaddressed story lines.
The Ends Justifies the Means
- G. House Sr. "I am an avid listener. I listen between 75-100 hours per month on my iPhone: 60% fiction to 40% non-fiction."