thrilling, typical, good
Excellent as usual. Very very good narrator
found it a bit longer than it needed to be
I've not read a print version of any of Connelly's books. I discovered him on Audible and continue to get great enjoyment from the listening experience.
I'm also a fan of books by Barry Eisler, Lee Child, Vince Flynn and Peter Helton.
His voice! It brings the books alive in my imagination.
I enjoyed Connelly's ability to continue painting Bosch's character and motivation. I have to keep telling myself these stories are fiction, but I can't help but like Bosch.
I want more Connelly stories on Audible.
The story was good and a nice listen. I found that it was difficult to stop listening because I was so curious throughout the entire story. I don't think this would be the first story I would listen to again, but I do not think I would be bored if I decided to listen again, even knowing the story resolution.
There were two that stood out to me. 1) When a police officer was murdered. I expected him to be a recurring name throughout the Bosche stories, so it was a surprise. 2) The conclusion of who had killed his mother so long ago.
He is able to portray the different characters personalities and emotions really well.
I enjoyed when Harry Bosch spoke with the Psychiatrist and Jaz about his youth.
I found the story of Harry and his life's trials quite engaging, the narrator Dick Hill seemed to be engaged in the story as well and very effectively brought across the mood/atmosphere of the story.
The ending of course had a great twist to it, it would be hard to find anything more interesting,
Harry himself of course. His verbalizing of Harry's moods and thoughts was brilliant.
I found the story a pretty accurate appraisal of life, neither a laugh or cry story.
Anybody who likes a good detective story with believable characters would enjoy this audio book.
I love science fiction, crime fiction, history novels and biographies. Love my iPod and Audible - couldn't get by without it now!
Another great story full of twists and turns. Loved the development of characters. Can't wait to read the next in the series!
Harry Bosch is a very believable character and the author is doing a beautiful job of bringing him off the pages and into our lives.
I found it hard to put this book down.
These stories are a little long - but that is too allow a complete experience. The man feels on the page, the reader gives him life.
I finally found a female author that I love...Louise Penny and the Three Pines series. I can't say enough about her characters or stories!
Never read the print version/
Besides Harry of course, I found that the psychiatrist was very intriguing in the manner that she prodded and pushed Harry to finally look deep inside as to why he is the way he is and to accept it for his truth so he can move forward with his life! Love the connection to the coyote just like Harry, the lone wolf!
Love Dick Hill as the narrator! Listen to any book read by him.
Always want to listen in one sitting but unfortunately no can do!!
If you have never listened to Michael Connellys' Harry Bosch this is a great listen that puts a very human aspect to Harry! Need to listen to previous novels to get a real feel for the character to appreciate this particular book! Enjoy!
I have read several of the later Bosch books and really like the series. This book is a good one to pick up even if you have continued on with the series. Bosch is human and has flaws. This book does much to explain where those come from. We finally get the details regarding Harry's childhood.
It isn't the best book from a solving a mystery perspective. The twists seem a bit contrived. The story, however is essential to understanding Harry. I almost think you should read other books and come back to this one once you have those "what makes this guy tick" questions in your head. It will all make a lot of sense after reading this book.
I thought the narration was good, but sometimes you just don't know what you are going to get with the female voices. Still, it was well worth the credit. My recomendation is to not start with this one, but come back when you have gotten into the character.
I am a huge fan of Michael Connelley and this book did not disappoint. The Last Coyote offers an insight into Harry Bosch's childhood that is essential to the remaining books. Nice twist at the end.
The insight into Harry's childhood.
Dick Hill did a wonderful job as always.