This had to be one of the dullest books Ive read from start to finish in a long time. Normally, Id have quit after 100 pages, but because it had such good reviews, I really thought it would be more interesting. At first I thought it was the first-person narrative, but since Ive enjoyed many other series written from this point-of-view, I knew that wasnt it. Im not sure exactly what made it so slow, but Im sure that the many pages of drawn-out chase scenes didnt help any. Then, when it finally did get good, it didnt last for very long, and by then I was so close to the end, I just finished it with hopes of a great ending. However, that just didnt pan out either, and I wont be rushing to read the next book in the series any time soon.
A childhood friend of Odd's has disapperared. The worst is feared. But as Odd applies his unique talents in the task of finding the missing person, he discovers something worse than a dead body , encounters an enemy of exceptional cunning, and spirals into a vortex of terror.
great followup to his fantastic odd thomas
good book though not as good as the first one though good story as well.