Brother Odd (Odd Thomas, Book 3) by Dean Koontz

By Dean Koontz

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BONUS: This version includes an excerpt from Dean Koontz's Deeply Odd.

Loop me in, unusual one. The phrases, spoken within the deep of evening through a napping baby, kick back the younger guy gazing over her. For this used to be a favourite word of Stormy Llewellyn, his misplaced love. within the haunted halls of the remoted monastery the place he had sought peace, abnormal Thomas is stalking spirits of an infinitely darker nature.

As he steadfastly trips towards his mysterious future, unusual Thomas has confirmed himself as probably the most loved and special fictional heroes of our time. Now, wielding the entire strength and magic of a grasp storyteller on the top of his craft, Dean Koontz follows peculiar right into a singular new international the place he hopes to make a clean beginning--but the place he'll meet an adversary as previous and inexorable as time itself.

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Polly Stratton, a sophomore at Wickrath County High, came in to babysit Marella until Teddy got home from basketball practice, freeing Stevie to lug her PDE Exceleriter 79 down the stairs from her study and outside to the VW microbus. The machine was about the size of a breadbox, but a breadbox laden with bricks or iron ingots. Maybe, thought Stevie sardonically, returning to the den to give Polly her final instructions and to kiss Marella goodbye, Dr. Elsa can come over again this evening to treat my aching back.

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Elsa and Dear Old Mom ten or fifteen minutes to themselves. He was a smart boy. He knew why she had sent him upstairs, and he would fiddle around up there blowing breath balloons and tracing the furry rime on his windows with a fingernail -- until, Stevie hoped, they had had time for at least one meaty confidential exchange. "I'm thinking of quitting this ulcer-making business," she said, swirling the wine in her champagne glass. " "Lots of things besides, Elsa. " "I feel like he ran out on me, Elsa.

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