the same name staring the wonderful-died-too-soon Anton Yelchin. I first watched the film version 4 years ago. I can not remember if it was through Amazon or Netflix, but it quickly became one of my favorite movies.

And, after reading the book, I am so happy. The have exact lines from the book in the movie!

Odd Thomas follows Odd, a man who can see ghosts and a little more. His gift has led him down an interesting road, never leaving his small hometown of Pico Mundo and giving him his destiny at 15.

Witty and humorous, this mystery is written a bit flowery (I must write this after speaking with another book fiend who has given up reading Koontz), but it is beautiful and adventurous.

There is enough variety from the movie to make this read worth it. And continues the story that the movie never will.

(Sorry to the Author I spoke to – I am getting to your books! It has been a busy time and this review has been sitting in my journal for a while now!)


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