First published in 2015, Saint Odd by Dean Koontz is the 7th and final novel in the mystery series Odd Thomas. Released following Deeply Odd, the book delivers a brilliantly suspenseful end to the series. The book has been well received by readers as well as critics and it won the 2015 Goodreads Choice Award for Horror.
Deeply Odd by Dean Koontz is a thrilling mystery novel first published in 2013. The book is the sixth volume in the Odd Thomas series. Picking up what is left by Odd Apocalypse, the plot in this book takes place around one month after the events in its sequel. In an encounter with a creepy truck driver, Odd got a terrifying vision and he was aware that the driver saw the same vision. It was a vision of children being burned alive. Odd believed only he can save those children so he decided to chase the truck driver, who had tried to kill him.
First published in 2012, Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz is the fifth novel in the suspenseful mystery series Odd Thomas. The plot in this book picks up what is left by its sequel (Odd Hours) and an intermission fragment (Odd Interlude). Still accompanied by Annamaria, Odd accepted the invitation of a reclusive billionaire to stay at his vast and immaculate estate, Roseland. In his psychic view, the place fluttered between magnificence and horrifying nightmare. Annamaria convinced Odd that a big menacing secret was concealed in the estate and he had to find it.
Oddly referred to volume 4.5, Odd Interlude by Dean Koontz is a compilation of three short novellas in Odd Thomas mystery series. As the title said, it is an interlude between the 4th book (Odd Hours) and the 5th book (Odd Apocalypse). After his visit at the Magic Beach, Odd and his companions continued his quest and arrived at Harmony Corner inn. It seemed to be a comfortable place but it hid something terrifying.
Sequel to Brother Odd, Odd Hours by Dean Koontz is the fourth novel in the gripping Odd Thomas mystery series. First published in 2008, the book picks up what is left by its prequel. As a psychic, Odd was always prone to intuitive influences and there was an irresistible power dragging him to the Magic Beach. He envisioned an apocalyptic dream and met Annamaria, who hailed Odd as her protector. Slowly, Odd was drawn into a fate he never even imagined.
Brother Odd by Dean Koontz is a suspenseful horror novel and the sequel to Forever Odd. As the 3rd book in Odd Thomas mystery series, the book started off seven months following the events in its prequel. Odd decided to make a retrieve and find a peaceful life in St. Bartholomew’s Abbey. However, his psychic ability didn’t leave him alone. He saw queer creatures stalking children in the abbey. Yet the worse was yet to come when he saw shade-like bodach, which foreshadowed imminent disaster for the abbey.
First published in 2005, Forever Odd by Dean Koontz is the second novel in Odd Thomas mystery series. The thrilling plot in this book takes place six months following what happened in its prequel, Odd Thomas. Using his psychic ability, Odd tracked down his missing friend, whom he believed was kidnapped by the guy’s own father. However, it’s all turned to be a trap set by a phone sex operator named Datura. She was obsessed with occultism and she knew the ability Odd possessed.
Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz is a suspenseful mystery novel and marked the debut of a series with the same title. The book introduced the peculiar character of twenty-something Odd Thomas. What makes him special is his ability to perceive the presence of spirits of the dead. However it is somehow problematical because the spirits cannot actually talk to him. This often leads Thomas into difficult situations.