No one could have imagined Odd Thomas ever leaving the perfect quirky comfort of Pico Mundo, least of all Odd himself. The little desert town that nurtured Odd all his life is the locus of everything he holds dear–his loyal friends, his ghostly confidants, and the place where he loved and lost his soul mate, the irreplaceable Stormy Llewellyn. Yet leave it he has, to embrace the solitude and peace of an isolated monastery high in the western mountains as he tries to find a way to live fully again.
But Odd has a knack for finding himself in the path of trouble no matter where he goes–even among the eccentric monks in their sanctuary and with the King of Rock ’n’ Roll at his side. For a killer is stalking the ancient holy halls, and Odd is about to encounter an enemy who eclipses any he has yet encountered….
“The final chapter of Brother Odd is delightful and makes a promise to readers that Odd will return. Hooray.”—Sacramento Bee
“Odd Thomas' latest adventure will make a believer out of even the hardest-nosed soul.”–Denver Post
“The nice young fry cook with the occult powers is Koontz’s most likeable creation.”—The New York Times
“Odd's strange gifts, coupled with his intelligence and self-effacing humor, make him one of the most quietly authoritative characters in recent popular fiction."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Odd Thomas [is] exactly the kind of hero that’s needed.”—South Florida Sun-Sentinel
“Odd Thomas is another name for courage, truth, and devotion to your fellow man.” —Baton Rouge Advocate
From the Hardcover edition.
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