To Jason Whittaker, it’s just another morning in Odyssey. Birds chirping. Warm sunshine. The only item on his to-do list is helping Connie Kendall get her car started. (Again!) But then his phone rings and everything changes. A break-in at Triple J Antiques soon reveals pieces of a larger conspiracy, setting in motion a day that the town will never forget. Over the next several hours, Jason, Connie, Whit, and Jillian become entangled in a mystery that threatens the future of Odyssey and beyond.
The clock is ticking toward an explosive showdown as the crew from Whit’s End race to solve the heart-pounding mystery in this special, six-part adventure.
Just as Buck Oliver is finally settling into a comfortable life in Odyssey, an out-of-the-blue message arrives that may lead him far from home. Buck’s father left behind more of a history than anyone suspected. Could a map from the past determine Buck’s future? On another life-changing journey, Olivia has a new imaginary friend – a philosopher named Leonid – who is smart, interesting, and so talkative. Olivia is now doubting everything and everyone. Will her relationships with the folks at Whit’s End be broken? Will Leonid’s deception convince Olivia to abandon her faith once and for all? Futures hang in the balance as friendships and families face incredible challenges in Adventures in Odyssey Album 72: The Long Road Home.
After she learns that Zoe left her out of a special part in an upcoming play, Olivia must decide if she’ll help her friend get a prestigious job on the school newspaper.
Buck’s place in Odyssey and with the Meltsners is put to the test through unlikely friends and foes.
Buck and Jules learn more of Buck’s family history from a long-lost relative while Eugene and Katrina consider Buck’s future in their family.
Olivia’s battles with doubts reach a climax as her family, friends, and even a Russian philosopher fight for her heart and soul.
Buck Oliver receives an anonymous message that leads him back to his hometown of Harlanville – and the forgotten story of his father’s death.
After realizing that her younger brother knows more people than she does, Bridget Perkins tries to form an unlikely friendship with Jules Kendall.
Whit sends Olivia on an Imagination Station adventure to find a blind beggar named Ezra, his mother Lydia, and the one person who could change all of their lives.
Zoe hopes that a winter retreat at Camp What-a-Nut will be a good time to reconnect with Olivia, but plans for a time of fellowship and renewal are continually thwarted.