Forever Odd misses the mark, but not by much.

Forever Odd (Odd Thomas, #2)Forever Odd by Dean Koontz

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not quite the same star-quality as the first in the series, but a good, solid read. The action sometimes takes on a “oh come on!” quality, when things just go too right for the hero. More interaction with the bad element would have been welcome, not just the big unanswered question mark of who, why, how and what if. Too many unanswered questions, and a little too much coincidence.

Having said all that, I am now reading the third in the series. All the faults noted above are outweighed by Koontz’s awesome prose… the man is a living thesaurus…

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