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by Dean R. Koontz,Landry Q. Walker

Free eBook House of Odd download ISBN: 0007457758
Author: Dean R. Koontz,Landry Q. Walker
Publisher: Harper (March 1, 2012)
Language: English
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This is the first time that Landry Q. Walker worked with Dean Koontz on the series

This is the first time that Landry Q. Walker worked with Dean Koontz on the series. It is a much better story and has more humor than the prior two volumes. Odd Thomas' friend asks him to help a movie producer who bought a house that seems to be haunted.

House of Odd is the third graphic novel featuring Dean Koontz's character Odd Thomas. It was released March 20, 2012. It is written by Landry Walker and Koontz, with illustrations by Queenie Chan in a manga style

House of Odd is the third graphic novel featuring Dean Koontz's character Odd Thomas. It is written by Landry Walker and Koontz, with illustrations by Queenie Chan in a manga style. House of Odd title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

Transforming a ramshackle mansion into a dream house has become a nightmare for oneti Could there really be such a thing as hell on earth? Odd only knows.

Koontz, Dean R. (Dean Ray). Saint Odd : an Odd Thomas novel, Dean Koontz. pages; c. (Odd Thomas). ISBN 978-0-345-54587-9 (hardcover : acid-free paper).

Dean Koontz, Landry Q. Walker. Transforming a ramshackle mansion into a dream house has become a nightmare for onetime Hollywood producer Nedra Nolan, whose newly purchased fixer-upper in Pico Mundo has sent a string of spooked contractors scurrying off the job, claiming the place.

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Author: Dean R. Koontz Author Record 286. Legal Name: Koontz, Dean Ra. 3 House of Odd (2012) with Landry Q. Legal Name: Koontz, Dean Ray. Birthplace: Everett, Pennsylvania, US. Double the Odd (2011) with Queenie Chan and Fred Van Lente. The Book of Counted Sorrows (2001). The Paper Doorway: Funny Verse and Nothing Worse (2001). De Ravenzwarte Veer (2011).

Transforming a ramshackle mansion into a dream house has become a nightmare for onetime Hollywood producer Nedra Nolan, whose newly purchased fixer-upper in Pico Mundo has sent a string of spooked contractors scurrying off the job, claiming the place is haunted.

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Dean Koontz is an international household name whose novels have been bestsellers around the world, selling 17. .Landry Q. Walker, is a well-known comic book writer

Dean Koontz is an international household name whose novels have been bestsellers around the world, selling 17 million copies each year. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, he lives with his wife Gerda, their dog Anna and the enduring spirit of their dog Trixie in southern California. Walker, is a well-known comic book writer. His original series The Super Scary Monster Show is currently being developed as an animated TV series. Queenie Chan, an Australian artist, is best-known for her series The Dreaming.

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Ddilonyne
Annamaria is barely an afterthought in this volume. While I thought that was attributable to the interlude nature of the installment, she doesn’t have much of a role in later books either. While her place in those books seems limited to that of a plot device, however, she’s just sort of irrelevant here. Jolie–the girl who helps Odd–is a great new character, and I enjoyed getting to experience part of the narrative from her perspective. Given that narrative change, however, I would have expected her to become an ongoing member of the cast of characters, which she does not. There aren’t as many great side characters as in the first three books, but definitely more than in book four.

Odd Interlude isn’t as beautifully quotable as the first two books in the series, but it pulled me in much quicker than books three and four. (It didn’t tug on my emotions enough to have the teary tidbits from the first two books, but it was still quite good.) The tension and pacing were enjoyable, and the details of the plot had enough complexity and interest to them to drag me along quite readily. The genre change was executed skillfully, such that I didn’t feel wrenched out of the immersion.

While Odd Interlude isn’t the hilarious, whimsical, beautiful thrill ride of the earliest books (Odd Thomas and Forever Odd), it’s absolutely a return to better plotting from Odd Hours. It’s about equal to Brother Odd in plot depth, but better in terms of pacing and tension.
NiceOne
"Odd Interlude" is the only Odd Thomas book that does not come out in hardcover. I was very disappointed when I realized this, as I tend to hang onto all my Dean Koontz books. I'm guessing that this book was written because Dean Koontz was having writer's block with the next book in his series....

Nonetheless, since "Odd Interlude" is a part of the Odd Thomas series, I kept the paperback, read it, and thoroughly enjoyed it, as I have done with all of Dean Koontz's books. As I write this review, I have already read the remaining Odd Thomas books and all were thoroughly well written and hard to put down.
JoJosho
I had previously read "Deeply Odd" and rated it a 3 star effort. I wasn't going to read any more of the series, but as I had already purchased "Odd Interlude" I went ahead and read it, expecting nothing much. Was I surprised. From the very first, it grabbed my attention. I was comfortable with the story but then a big twist and it was an even better story, and it just kept on keeping on. A true horror story that really delivers. Great portrayal of characters. I will continue with the series.
Inabel
This was a fun and engaging prequel to the events of the first Odd Thomas novel. A great introduction to the character, these graphic novels are lighter in tone and scope that the novels, but they are no less interesting. In the graphic novels, we get a view of what came before and the backstory of Odd and Stormy. Great story with manga-esque art make House of Odd a fun and quick one-sitting read for readers who have followed Odd from the start to newbies who stumbled across the title while looking through graphic novel selections.

House of Odd is a must for anyone who's been following the exploits of Odd Thomas and his cohorts, and a great intro for those who are new to the books. Don't miss it!
Kann
I have always been a fan of Odd Thomas, so when my husband needed something to read, I put him in touch with Odd. However, this book was missing from my library (probably a child or grandchild borrowed it) I had to replace my copy with another one.
Cashoutmaster
I read this book because I love most books written by Dean Koontz. I like being sucked into the story right away. I love how good versa evil and good always wins, though evil lurks in the shadows waiting to conquer and destroy. Reminding one, the a hero's work is never done. I love the ending yet wished Odd's female companion participated more. There was a gap, that made you wonder what she was doing, when Odd was fighting the good fight. That was quite disconcerting to me and rather "odd!" So NOT like Dean Koontz! It was a fast read and made me wish I hadn't finished the book so fast. I also like the fact that it wasn't as dark. I have been a fan from the very beginning of Dean Koontz career and I always will be! Love him!!!
Quendant
Enjoyed the story. I love that in the graphic novels Stormy is still alive. I miss her in the odd books. I know she is mentioned in the books but I hate that she passed. I love the Odd series as I love all of Koonz books. Well done and a quick read. I prefer color to black and white but the characters were well defined and the story itself was easy to follow. Another winner
This is a wonderful little side story between two of the Odd Thomas novels. I think of it as an amusing excursion. Odd meets some interesting characters. One "character" is an artificial intelligence, nicknamed "Ed", with even a sense of humor. By far the most delightful character is Jolie Harmony, a young girl of 12 with wisdom beyond her years. Odd is once again the "doer of good deeds" as the Wizard of Oz would say. He's been drawn to Harmony Corners to help set the Harmonies free of something that has been terrorizing them for several years.