Right from that first moment on the boardwalk I knew that I had to keep turning pages, that I wasn't going to be allowed to put this book down. The character of Odd was perfectly in keeping with his actions and thoughts in the earlier three books/events. There is something about him that I just can't help but love. It's sort of a protective mother like feeling, but not quite. The following passage spoken by Odd is one that endeared him further to me:
Dean Koontz's websiteBut my heart tells me that the gift was given to be used, imperfect or not, and that if I deny it, I will wither away in despair and will earn no life after this one, no reunion with my lost girl.
Odd Thomas's website
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