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Daily Deal @ Amazon: All Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz Kindle books £0.99 (each)
Daily Deal @ Amazon: All Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz Kindle books £0.99 (each)

Daily Deal @ Amazon: All Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz Kindle books £0.99 (each)

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Won't be everyone's cup of tea but in my opinion a fantastic series from a great author. Good opportunity to load up the Kindle...

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Odd Thomas is a thriller novel by American writer Dean Koontz, published in 2003. The novel derives its title from the protagonist, a twenty-year-old short-order cook named Odd Thomas. The book, which was well received and lauded by critics, went on to become a New York Times Bestseller. Following the success of the novel, six sequels, Forever Odd (2005), Brother Odd (2006), Odd Hours (2008), Odd Apocalypse (2012), and Deeply Odd (2013), were also written by Koontz. The final novel in the series Saint Odd (2015) was released on Jan 13, 2015

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The first one is great, the second is pretty good, the third and fourth were awful so that's where I stopped!

Been meaning to watch the film starring Anton Yelchin (RIP) though I hear that's pretty poor as well.

At 99p though, I'd definitely recommend anyone give at least the first one a try.

I read a taster of the 1st book & decided to plump for the series. I'm not a prolific reader, but always happy to give something different a try & great value at under a tenner for months of reading!

cannibalwombat

The first one is great, the second is pretty good, the third and fourth … The first one is great, the second is pretty good, the third and fourth were awful so that's where I stopped!Been meaning to watch the film starring Anton Yelchin (RIP) though I hear that's pretty poor as well. At 99p though, I'd definitely recommend anyone give at least the first one a try.



whilst cheesy it was quite stylish and moderately entertaining, was on film 4 not so long ago btw so might still be on catchup

maddogb

whilst cheesy it was quite stylish and moderately entertaining, was on … whilst cheesy it was quite stylish and moderately entertaining, was on film 4 not so long ago btw so might still be on catchup


I agree, not bad in a made for TV way, although I generally find if I read a book and watch an adaptation I feel mildly disappointed.
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