I finished reading Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz. It is the fifth book of the Odd Thomas book series. There are eight books in the book series.
Warning: there is some violence, hints of violence, one sad part, and some gross parts. Like I said earlier, I’m glad ebooks aren’t smell ready.
Before I begin, I should say this book will give you a headache if you think about it too much. It is very strange. It is very odd (yes, a pun).
In this book, Odd and Annamaria are invited to stay at Roseland. It is a huge estate “formerly” (air quotes because of what is revealed later in the book. I’m not going to reveal it.) owned by a billionaire named Constantine. Odd has a dream about being a Jew that is afraid to die twice. Odd also sees a ghost of a woman riding a black horse. Annamaria tells Odd that he is there because someone is in danger and he can save that person. So he asks the ghost who is in danger. The ghost “says” (the dead can’t talk to Odd) her son needs saving. Odd thinks this is strange because he hasn’t seen a kid on the grounds. He later does find the kid. The kid though is being monitored so saving him could be difficult. Odd does his best to save him though.
I really liked this book. Now I’m reading Deeply Odd by Dean Koontz. It is the sixth book of the Odd Thomas book series.
You can get this book at Amazon.com, Wordery.com, Kobo.com, and Downpour.com.