Deeply Odd - Dean Koontz I'm glad that I've finally gotten around to this new installment of Mr. Thomas. I find it insanely funny that it's only been 19 months of storytime since the first novel, but even more amused by how much has happened to our modest hero. The best part of the novels is our narrator.

After reading the first novel, I honestly thought that nothing could top the outrageous huge feeling of the events going on, and then I thought the same thing after having read each subsequent novel. Yet again, I feel it again, and thought nothing could have topped Odd Apocalypse. I won't give away any of the plots, although they're all oddly similar, sans the scope.

Seriously, I'm amazed that I can still be hooked by this so modest narrator, and am looking forward to the next.