This spring, Bantam will publish the fourth Odd Thomas novel by Dean Koontz. From St. Bartholomew’s Abbey, which he left at the end of Brother Odd, Oddie has made his way to a picturesque but peculiar beach town on California’s central coast. There he will have his most breathless and hair-raising adventure yet, in a story that promises to have the hard emotional punch of the first novel in the series. Look for Odd Hours in stores in late May.
In addition, coming this July Odd Thomas,a regular 19-year-old with an unusual gift: the ability to see the lingering spirits of the dead, will make his graphic novel debut. The illustrator will be Queenie Chan and the story is a prequel to Odd Thomas.
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