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Deeply Odd - Dean Koontz Although I enjoyed this latest instalment in the Odd Thomas series, I couldn't help thinking there was an awful lot of 'filler' used between sequences.

Part of the charm of these books is Odd's tendency to ruminate (often with humour) on the horrors that he faces but in this instance I found myself skipping whole paragraphs of text just to get on with the story.

That said, the book introduces some lively characters and enough intrigue about Odd's future to have me ready to read the next one, albeit with fingers crossed that the writing meanders less than it did here.