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Publisher Description

Odd Interlude, Dean Koontz’s New York Times bestselling three-part digital series—now in one volume for the first time.
 
THERE’S ROOM AT THE INN. BUT YOU MIGHT NOT GET OUT.
 
Nestled on a lonely stretch along the Pacific coast, quaint roadside outpost Harmony Corner offers everything a weary traveler needs—a cozy diner, a handy service station, a cluster of cottages . . . and the Harmony family homestead presiding over it all. But when Odd Thomas and company stop to spend the night, they discover that there’s more to this secluded haven than meets the eye—and that between life and death, there is something more frightening than either.
 
“[Odd Thomas is] one of the most remarkable and appealing characters in current fiction.”—The Virginian-Pilot
 
“An inventive . . . mix of suspense, whimsy and uplift.”—The Washington Post
 
“Odd Thomas is the greatest character Dean Koontz has ever created. He’s funny, humble, immensely likable, courageous, and just a joy to read about.”—Seattle Post-Intelligencer
 
“Koontz gives [Odd Thomas] wit, good humor, a familiarity with the dark side of humanity—and moral outrage.”—USA Today

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
7.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Gajtguy14 ,

Loved it

Great Odd story. It had all the great elements you would expect from Koontz. The digital read was my first and won't be my last.

taijiman ,

Deceptive practices

I had the three individual ones, but now when I open them, they only contain the preview of the next book. I had to buy this again to read the story. The individula ones are no longer avalible. That being the case we should get this one free. Ater all, we did pay for it.

ctfrench ,

Literary pornography

Koontz writes with a flippant style where the characters seem to have no idea of the danger they are actually in. Past the third Odd Thomas book, much of the filler in these novels is useless twaddle that detracts from the action that should be more important. Give this one a break Dean it's far outlived its usefulness.

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