Ah my love. My darling. I’ve hungered for youuur touch. A loooong lonely time.
I missed Odd Thomas. He’s such a sweetheart!
He’s one of those characters that can take you through the story, take you through his world, and you just blindly follow him not minding that the story isn’t quite making sense yet or that there is mystery around every corner. You just trust that Odd will tell you what’s going on eventually and that he’ll hold your hand the whole time.
Which is exactly what happened right up until the end of this book.
I have no idea what the plot was, Dean Koontz kind of just tricked me into following Odd through all these wonderful mishaps and hints and I just la-la landed right through the whole book because he has this way of writing that draws you in without actually going anywhere.
I get the feeling that this is because the next few books are going to blow my mind and this was just a transitional book to hook you in.
Which it did. I’m so excited to keep reading them!
In Odd We Trust. (which wasn’t really meant to be a play on the title of one of the next books, I genuinely meant it.)