Review: Odd Hours

Odd Hours
Odd Hours by Dean Koontz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A good friend has been telling me for years that I should read Koontz’s “Odd Thomas” books. It’s not that I’ve been reluctant to do so; more than I just didn’t ever seem to think of them at the right time. So when one popped up in the list of audiobooks from my local library, I gave it a click. Sure, I jumped into the series a few books in, but that’s not unusual for me.

In short, I shouldn’t have waited so long. I really enjoyed the character(s), the story, AND the level of writing. I’ll definitely be looking for more “Odd” books, and if the library had had another one available, I’d be listening to it now. If you think you’d like a mix of unusual and memorable characters, ghosts, suspense, and top-notch writing, you should enjoy this book immensely.

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