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  1. Mary MacKintosh Mary MacKintosh says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFI used to like Koontz's Odd Thomas novels but they are losing their charm Part of the problem is the amount of filler Koontz stuffs the book with dismal thoughts about how the world is devolving into a horrible place and in this one he actually predicts that it might be America's time to produce a Hitler Pol Pot Idi Amin type of leader one that will wreak havoc on innocent citizens and export horror to the world There is a good story in here but a reader has to struggle to stay engaged and slog through all the extraneous material Strangely Koontz cannot stay dark and the end of the book cycles into an almost fairy tale happy situation full of gentle big dogs cookies cocoa and good people


  2. Michelle Michelle says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFBook six in the Odd Thomas series and after having a bit of a moan about the last few books I'm happy to report that I enjoyed this one much This bo


  3. Debbie Debbie says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFHave you ever been in a relationship which starts out with the other person continually telling you about how well heshe is going to treat you but time goes by heshe gets comfor


  4. David David says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFI don't expect much from Dean Koontz as a writer other than his ability to create some compelling characters and to weave a good tale In the first Odd Thomas book that's what I got But now Koontz has gotten really tiresome with his preachy tone and his homophobic anti government paranoia 'Year by yearthe government ever aggressively militarizes state and local police forces and even its most seemingly benign agencies In August of last year the Social Security Administration purchased one hundred seventy four thousand rounds of hollow point ammunition for distribution to


  5. Abbey Abbey says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFI hope we'll see a lot of the limo racing pistol packin' elderly Mrs Fischer call me Edie dear Yes ma'am and her vast network of do gooders I've felt sorry for Oddie being so alone against theummmodds At the end she and the perpetually pregnant Annamaria seemed to already know each other It would be a great plot development if this invisible support system had been with him through several books and we the readers hadn't noticed until Mrs Fischer points out a few little things that have occurred in previous books things that Odd had attributed to luck or to his uncanny abilities but had actually been the work of this heretofor invisible network That'd be coolOnce again the writing had much repetition and many reminders It's almost as if Mr Koontz expects the reader to put down the book at some point and therefore wil


  6. Jordan Anderson Jordan Anderson says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFLet’s be honest ok? Did anyone out there really expect this one to be good? If so you’re delusional Admit it Koontz’s track record has been just ghastly as of late The guy has let me down so many times that I would be flat out surprised if anything decent came out of this newest Odd novel Well clearly as you can see my prediction proved true “Deeply Odd” was awfulReally though should this even come as a shock? Before we delve into the waste of paper or hard drive space since mine was on the Kindle that “Deeply Odd” was let’s go back and answer that uestion with a brief trip down memory lane and i


  7. Brian Brian says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFIt almost pains me to do so but I have to rate an Odd Thomas novel below four starsHere's the reason Dean Koontz is lousing up one of my favorite creations of his with long rambling paragraphs and inner monologues that never seem to end True Odd has always been a very self reflective character; after all it's from his perspective that Koontz has told all of the Odd Thomas stories so far The problem is that Odd's musings are starting to get in the way of the storylineNowhere is this true than in Deeply Odd In between sometimes thin plot lines Koontz lards this novel with diatribes about how horrible the world is how terrible government is and how dogs are innocent beings that only ever turn mean because of the fai


  8. Lynn Lynn says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFI love the Odd Thomas series Where else can you find such a great hero genuine good vs evil stuff wonderful side characters and HUMOR in a horror book? Koontz intersperses scary seuences with Odd's random musings which help make him a believable hero albeit a hero in pretty unusual situations and with some unusual skills For instance in the midst of chasing down the villain he proposes that although it isn't profound there are worse mottoes to live by than 'we might as well eat' Few other supernatural suspense writers can do this successfully in my book John C


  9. Tucker Elliot Tucker Elliot says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFDean Koontz wrote some great horror books early in his career In recent years he’s evolved into a writer who not only tells a great story but who can also be relied on to create a deeper “layer” or “current” beneath the surface of the book that serves to inspire or exalt morality and virtuous behavior Koontz did this masterfully in Odd Thomas the first book in this series – creating a great protagonist that was heroic witty loyal but also a bit flawed I enjoyed the subseuent books in the series but I also felt in the most recent ones that Odd Thomas lacked direction and growth in terms of his character Well Deeply Odd cures that and then some This is easily the best book in the series since the original and I’ll give two reasons why I feel that way1 Odd Thomas gives voice to his most overwhelming need – redemption It’s been a constant theme of course that he


  10. Knom Knom says:

    MOBI nessville.me Ï Deeply Odd ePUB Ì deeply pdf, Deeply Odd PDFIt is a tragedy when a character with as much potential as Odd Thomas get treated like this It's like when the kid you went to high school with who everyone expected to go to Harvard instead decides to do meth and shows up on World's Dumbest with all his teeth rotted out What a waste The original Odd Thomas is probably my favorite book by Dean Koontz I adored it I found the characters refreshing and charming and it was a novel take on the psychic detective genre But alas it couldn't last The next two novels weren't great but they weren't terrible Then came Odd Hours and the beginning of the end What I loved about Odd in the beginning was that he was a small town hero In 20 years he never left his hometown He was a fry cook He helped individuals ghosts move on Sure


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