I love Connelly and the story was fine but I thought it went on for too long.
Much prefer the Harry Bosch series
Narrater was good, he did a fine job with the different characters without being annoying.
2/3 worth listening too, 1/3 worth skipping.
A fine read/listen if you are bored and want to give it a try.
This was the best mystery I've ever read. It have many turns and twists. Well worth the purchase!
My book of choice is one of suspense with a little bit of romance
The story line was good and cleverly disguised
When he came to know the truth surrounding his brother's death
brother - news editor
Current title works well
Emotion, Drama, Mystery
Do not have a favorite scene as the book was filled with great moments
Can't pinpoint just one
Highly recommend this book
I'm a bear that likes honey, climbing trees, stealing picnic baskets and listening to audiobooks.
I think that this book could have been an interesting, somewhat understated police procedural told from the perspective of a tag-along reporter, but the author falls prey to thriller cliches and takes the book in directions that weakens its overall effect. So pretty good, but ultimately disappointing.
I have never read the print.
When the real Poet is revieled.AAAHHH!!!! way out of left field.
I haven't, but he did an amazing job!
Oh my gosh sooo many!! Tears, anger, confusion.. all them.
One of the best books ever written.
I have read every Harry Bosch novel and this is a good as any of those.The plot has lots of turns and twists and the main character is as well developed as Harry.
Yes, I would listen again. I thought the book was familiar, but I couldn't figure out why until about midway the book. I enjoyed listening to Buck Schirner narration, his voice was soothing where needed and heightened at the points of excitement. You'll have to read or listen to the book for yourself to know why I say that. I don't want to spoil the excitement for you.
Angels Flight because of the mysterious twists and turns. Echo Park and the Narrows because of the murders.
No I don't believe I've ever listened to Mr. Schirner narrate before, I love the way Scott Brick narrates but Buck Schirner is a close 2nd.
Yes, and had it been on a weekend when I started or if I were on the plane like I'd planned to be I probably would have.
I would absolutely recommend this audibook. There is something on Buck Schiner voice that makes it you believe and feel close to Jack. I think the voice fits perfectly. As usual, it is difficult to get used to the voice in the beginning for me but once you get into the story, Buck narration shines.
The story takes you through different stages and I'd love to listen how everything developed. I felt involved in the story as I was trying to find myself what was happening.
I have not read/listen many thrillers, I would say that my thoughts and feelings were closed to those I had when listening The Cuckoo's Calling
Jack by far.... Detective Beckas was a good one as well
Not really. It made me think and that was all I wanted..
A good thriller and a good buy if you enjoy serial killer thrillers.
Excellent book...very suspenseful & thought-provoking. Loved it up until the last few chapters, so without giving away the ending it just went beyond what was believable (up until that point), and lost me. Would definitely recommend it!!