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Now a major motion picture starring Anton Yelchin, Willem Dafoe, and Addison Timlin, and directed by Stephen Sommers "The dead don't talk. I don't know why." But they do try to communicate, with a short-order cook in a small desert town serving as their reluctant confidant. Odd Thomas thinks of him

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Author Dean Ray Koontz

Pages 446

Publisher Bantam Books

Published Date 2004

ISBN 0553584499 9780553584493


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jennifer_johnston_7706 shared a tip "This is an awesome first book and I loved the series. I was hooked from the very beginning."

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k_the_grey shared a tip "The best book of the series"

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justin_datchler shared a tip "One of my favourite series to read. Have re-read multiple times."

matthew_lawson_7528 shared a tip "Currently reading Goblin by Josh Malerman! Good read!"

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jessi_don shared a tip "I absolutely love all of the Odd Thomas books. They are some of the few, i get annoyed when I have to put them down."

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cyclope_luigi shared a tip "It's always difficult to pick a favorite part,, each adds to something."

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andrew_ryan_did_not shared a tip "One of the few times the movie was better than the book."

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lacey_buell shared a tip "I read it a long time ago. However, I remember really enjoying it. So much so I read Forever Odd too."

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tayla_4589 shared a tip "i am in agony. the ending has me CRYING ive never cried reading a book before"

urie_strebel shared a tip "This is a great book. Definitely not one you can guess the ending. Kept my interest the whole way through."

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