Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Forever Odd

Forever Odd by Dean Koontz, 334 pages
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When Odd Thomas discovers that his childhood friend Danny has been kidnapped and his step-father brutally murdered , he believes Danny's homicidal birth father, recently released from prison, has taken him. Fearing the worst Odd begins to investigate, and is led by his powers on chase through back alleys, water tunnels, and an abandoned hotel casino.

This is the second book of this series and is just as good as the first. The pace and the amount of suspense keep the reader on the edge of their seat, and make it hard to set this book down. I look forward to reading and reviewing the rest of this series. 

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