Deeply Odd

Plowing through these Odd books, one right after the other. I am enjoying each, but I gave 5 stars to the first, and either 3 or 4 to the rest, depending on how interesting the plot was. Deeply Odd was a 4 star one for sure. I really liked this story line quite a bit, and we meet a great new minorish character, Edie Fischer. She’s 86, but a spitfire for sure.

More mysteries surround Odd, which I am hoping are resolved in the next book. Who is Annamaria? What organization does Edie worth with? What does it mean to be fully smooth and blue? I’m going to miss Odd when all is said and done. He has proven to be a wholly likable and memorable narrator. How do you dislike anyone who believe in true love and destiny?

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