Odd Apocalypse - Dean Koontz
Once presided over by a Roaring ’20s Hollywood mogul, the magnificent
West Coast estate known as Roseland now harbors a reclusive billionaire
financier and his faithful servants—and their guests: Odd Thomas, the
young fry cook who sees the dead and tries to help them, and Annamaria,
his inscrutably charming traveling companion. Fresh from a harrowing
clash with lethal adversaries, they welcome their host’s hospitality.
But Odd’s extraordinary eye for the uncanny detects disturbing secrets
that could make Roseland more hell than haven. Soon enough the
house serves up a taste of its terrors, as Odd begins to unravel the
darkest mystery of his curious career. What consequences await those who
confront evil at its most profound? Odd only knows.
Series: Odd Thomas
Mass Market Paperback: 512 pages
Publisher: Bantam; Reprint edition (April 30, 2013)
My Thoughts: This is the 5th book of the series. I was a little weird, but once I started getting into the book it made so much sense. Odd and Annamaria have traveled to Roseland. What they find is beyond Odd's idea of normal. Creatures that shouldn't be here, a little boy that died 97 years ago, and yet is still alive. Odd has to figure out what is going on and save the boy. Really good book! Mr Koontz gave such descriptions as to what was going on I could almost see it happening and even worse, seeing it really be real.