Odd Thomas You Are Destined To Be Together Forever The singular journey of Odd Thomas is approaching its unforgettable conclusion in Saint Odd But before Odd s destiny is revealed this exclusive eBook short story looks back way back to where it all b

  • Title: Odd Thomas: You Are Destined To Be Together Forever
  • Author: Dean Koontz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The singular journey of Odd Thomas is approaching its unforgettable conclusion in Saint Odd But before Odd s destiny is revealed, this exclusive eBook short story looks back way back to where it all began for Odd Thomas and Stormy Llewellyn, two souls who are destined to be together forever.Amid the dizzying rides, tantalizing games of chance, and fanciful attractionsThe singular journey of Odd Thomas is approaching its unforgettable conclusion in Saint Odd But before Odd s destiny is revealed, this exclusive eBook short story looks back way back to where it all began for Odd Thomas and Stormy Llewellyn, two souls who are destined to be together forever.Amid the dizzying rides, tantalizing games of chance, and fanciful attractions of a state fair, two teenage sweethearts on the cusp of life and love s pleasures find their way to a shadowy carnival tent brimming with curiosities There, from the bizarre and enthralling Gypsy Mummy, a mechanized merchant of dreams and prognosticator of tomorrows, the young couple learns what fate promises for them But fate, for Odd Thomas and Stormy Llewellyn, is something altogether different full of dark corners, sharp edges, and things no seer or soothsayer could ever anticipate And for Odd Thomas, a gallant fry cook from a sleepy California desert town, the future beckons to listen to unquiet spirits, pursue unsettling mysteries, and learn shocking truths for a purpose far greater than himself.

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    1. There is an underlying warmth to this odd — pun intended — little tale by Koontz featuring Odd, and Stormy Llewellyn. It takes place about four years prior to the beginning of the Odd series by Koontz, when they are both sixteen. Not having tackled the series yet, I have no way of knowing if the background here is anything new for fans of the series, but it certainly made me want to read it, and very soon. Stormy’s background of being orphaned and then adopted and abused is touched upon, a [...]

    2. Fuck Dean Koontz. Fuck him with a rusty fish hook then dunk him in a kiddie pool filled with rubbing alcohol before lighting the whole thing on fire. Those were my first thoughts after finishing this cash grab. After reading the absolute shit that was Wilderness (the first purchase I ever requested a refund for on ), I told myself I wouldn't be suckered into Koontz and Bantam's short story scams. But I thought, "It's Odd Thomas. They wouldn't purposely mislead me where one of Koontz's most cheri [...]

    3. This short story clocking in at 38 pages was enough to impart information to old and new readers of the Odd Thomas series. Frankly I wish this had been written first, and I would suggest new readers to Odd Thomas may want to start off with this book before moving on to the first full length novel. The Odd Thomas series includes the following: Odd Thomas: An Odd Thomas Novel, Forever Odd: An Odd Thomas Novel, Brother Odd: An Odd Thomas Novel, Odd Hours: An Odd Thomas Novel, and Odd Apocalypse: An [...]

    4. This was my first Kindle Short download. I've read several, though not all, of the Odd Thomas series, so this prequel was a nice reminder of Oddie's paranormal abilities. I especially like the cameo appearances by Elvis Presley. Most of all, I like the way Koontz mixes humor and catastrophe. I've always felt that horror and the paranormal do not have to be all blood and guts. Glad to know that Koontz agrees.

    5. Just a short story from Odd's early life. I did expect a little more, but that's okay. It was nice to see Stormy again. A nice interlude between more substantial reads.

    6. You Are Destined To Be Together Forever is a prequel to the Odd Thomas series by American author, Dean Koontz. It introduces sixteen-year-old Odd Thomas, high school student and fry cook at Pico Mundo Grill, and Stormy Llewellyn, whom he is proud and pleased to call “his girl”. Mention is made of his best friend, P. Oswald Boone, his boss Terri Stambaugh, and his friend, Police Chief Wyatt Porter. And of Odd’s unique gift/curse: the ability to see dead people.On his night off, Odd has borr [...]

    7. The PrequelThe "Odd Thomas" series has been one of Dean Koontz's best creations with its quirky protagonist and fast-paced, twist-laden plots. Gearing up for the January 2015 release of the series finale, "Saint Odd," Koontz has released this prequel short story. Set before before the events of the first book, this story focuses on the night that then-sixteen-year-olds Odd and Stormy visit a carnival event referenced in flashback throughout the novels.This piece is more focused on character deve [...]

    8. A cute little teaser for his upcoming novel release--more a marketing ploy than a read of substance, but still, if you're a fan, well worth the ride. I look forward the last ODD THOMAS book!

    9. The Odd Thomas series is one of my favourite series. Honestly, I cannot begin to explain how much love I have for the series. I fangirl like mad, telling everyone to read it. I could rant and rave for hours about how much I love the books. I won’t, though. At least not right now.Therefore, it should come as no surprise to hear that You Are Destined To Be Together Forever has been on my to-read list for quite some time. Despite knowing the story was a mere handful of pages, despite knowing it a [...]

    10. Kept waiting for the twist; which could have stretched the story out to 40 pages. Having forgotten if I've read the first Odd novel, my reason for picking this up was to fill in the Stormy love story, but so little time was spent on the "title moment" I left disappointed. The ghost of Hitchcock (does not appear in this book) could have warned me this is just a quick add for the last book coming out next month.

    11. I was hooked within reading the first few pages; this was a short yet enjoyable read! I would recommend anyone who's curious about the Odd Thomas series to begin with this book.

    12. A good introduction to the odd Thomas books. A quick read at 40 pages and I’m now looking forward to starting the series.

    13. A prequel to the Odd Thomas horror-lite series and revolving around a young fry cook and his girlfriend who live in Pico Mundo, California. It's late May in this tale. My Take I am torn between giving this a "3" or a "4". The "3" is my annoyance over how short this story is — 39 pages!. And while it feels repetitive, it actually does include a well-written shortie. It is Dean Koontz after all — still, if money is an issue in your house, I wouldn't bother even spending the 99¢ on it.That whi [...]

    14. "true Evil walked the world"This short story has everything that made Odd Thomas one of the most loved fictional heroes from the past decade. One constant throughout the entire series was the fortuneteller's card that promised Odd and Stormy would always be together. Now Koontz gives Odd fans a wonderful story that's exactly as advertised -- the events of that fateful night.Odd and Stormy are driving to the carnival with the lingering spirit of Elvis Presley tagging along in the backseat -- but [...]

    15. I adore Odd Thomas. A brilliant invention by Koontz, and I think that this little prequel was sweet.I mean, you know, as sweet as it can get when Odd and Stormy meet up with a recently-killed person who is begging for vengeance. It's a messy story, like that, but utterly within Odd Thomas's purview. It's sweet to see Stormy alive, to see them together, to watch as they get the fortune that will define Odd's dreams for the rest of the series.All in all, a nice prequel.

    16. Ive been a fan of the odd one from the very beginning.He and the cast of characters from these books are some of my favorite in fiction today.Followed closely by Christopher Snow but that's a whole different review.I look forward to the last odd book with excitement and a bit of sorrow as I don't want the journey of these fictional friends to come to an end.

    17. Oh Dean I wish Odd could go on foreverThis is a must read if you have read the other books in the series Can't wait till saint odd.

    18. I wish this had come out first! If you've never read these books do yourself a favor and start here. A great read albeit too short IMO.

    19. this was a great little story that all fans of Odd Thomas should read. Full review on my blog here: courtneysreads/20

    20. This short novella is a quaint and fascinating introduction to the Odd Thomas phenomena. Mr Koontz’s writing style is direct and entertaining; and at times, suitably and appropriately gruesome when it is called for. The are two paranormal visitors in this story - one has an active role to play, and one doesn't. But for those new to these books, each word, each phrase, each paragraph becomes a highly valued learning experience about all things Odd. The story has a twist that you are likely not [...]

    21. When I think about all the great characters I have fallen in love with over the years (people like Eddie Dean (Dark Tower series), Stu Redman (The Stand), Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter) and so many more) Odd Thomas will always be near the top of the list. Dean Koontz has somehow find the happy median between funny, charming and a little bit gruesome. I find Odd completely compelling and Stormy so utterly intriguing that I wish I was more like her. So yeah, maybe this review is a little bias b [...]

    22. You are Destined to be together forever. Odd Thomas By Dean Koontz 12 6 2016I bought this book 2 yrs ago and put off reading this and Saint Odd, because I knew they were the last of the Odd Thomas series. If saddens me to say goodbye to such a beloved character.This is a novelette that goes with the Odd Thomas series. It is Odd's one and only account of his life with "Stormy" Brownwen Llewellyn.It was his mentor P.Oswald Boone or "Ozzy" for short a mystery writer that encouraged him to do so at [...]

    23. This short novella was marketed as a tease for the final volume in the Odd Thomas series but really, it serves as a prequel to the entire series. It's certainly not necessary to read this unless you are a completest like I ambut then again, it's only 38 pages long so why not?The story itself describes the quintessential moment between Odd and his girlfriend Stormy. It's the all-important date when they visit the carnival and get their futures told, that they are "Destined to be Together Forever" [...]

    24. 4-4.5 starsThis was a really good prequel to Odd Thomas. It's just a short where we get to see Odd and Stormy spending some time together. They're heading to the fair when they get diverted by a ghost. The detour doesn't take long though and when they make it to the fair, we get to see the infamous instant where Stormy and Odd get their card (an important item in Odd Thomas). Well worth the read if you're an Odd Thomas fan. :)

    25. The Beginning of Odd and Stormy's life.This is the story of the young Odd Thomas and his ability to see dead people and his Sixth Sense. He and Stormy start out to go to the fair. With Mr. Presley in the back seat when a newly murdered spirit joins them. He leads them to where he was killed. There they find two women, one had killed the guy and the other one hand cuffed to the bed. Well Odd takes care of things and gets Wyatt the sheriff out to the house. Mean while Odd and Stormy go off to the [...]

    26. This was my second Dean Koontz book, both short stories. This was the best one.Odd Thomas, and his girlfriends (both seemingly well adept in the "po" section of the dictionary) straddle their lives between that of the paranormal and the normal life of mediocrity. A fry cook by occupation, Thomas can see dead people. A little older, and a lot wittier than his counterpart Haley Joel in the Sixth Sense, his story makes a fun read.Short, quick and entertaining. I'd recommend it even if you've read t [...]

    27. if my accounting skills are any good, this is the 81st title from koontz that i have read. good story. as the description says, we're back at the beginning, where it all began with odd and stormya story that reminds me of headlines from the recent past, headlines that we will see again. looking forward to the next (and last?) odd thomas story coming.january 13th was it? the 15th? soon.

    28. Wouldn't have normally taken this long to read a novella like this, but Christmas Eve got in the way! :-)Lovely little story about Odd and Stormy when they are still in High School. It was enjoyable and sad ALL at the same time. I will miss him.

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