“Kresta in the Afternoon” – January 16, 2015 – Hour 2

+  Saint Odd: The End is His Beginning

  • Description: In Dean Koontz’s latest novel, Odd Thomas is back where it all started . . . because the time has come to finish it. Since he left his simple life in the small town of Pico Mundo, California, his journey has taken him to places strange and wonderful, mysterious and terrifying. Across the land, in the company of mortals and spirits alike, he has known kindness and cruelty, felt love and loss, saved lives and taken them—as he’s borne witness to the greatest good and darkest evil humanity is capable of. Again and again, he has gone where he must and done what he had to do—for better or worse—with his courage and devotion sorely tested, and his soul forever changed. Every triumph has been hard won. Each sacrifice has taken its toll. Dean joins us to discuss his new book.
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    • Dean Koontz

      Dean Koontz has books published in 38 languages and sold more than 450 million copies. Drean boasts 14 books on New York Times hardcover bestseller list, including “One Door away from Heaven” and “What the Night Knows.” He is hailed by Rolling Stone as “America’s most popular suspense novelist” .

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+  At My Funeral, Please Do Not Say...

  • Description: We’ve all thought about how we will be remembered after death. What will our tombstone say? What will people say in our eulogy? How will we be remembered in the years after our death? Fr. Pat Egan, chaplain of Ave Maria Radio, is here with a different question. What’s the one thing we don’t want said at our funeral? Fr. Pat’s answer may surprise you.
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    • Fr. Pat Egan

      Fr. Pat Egan is the Chaplain of Ave Maria Radio and the Founder of Ann Arbor Catholic Men’s Movement. Fr. Pat is also the host of Fully Alive.

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