Great story, loved it. Narrator attempts varied voices for many different characters, all of whom wind up having the same odd, stilted speech of no particular geographic origin, some even in the same tone of voice. And several total mispronunciations - detracts from the aesthetic experience but still beats holding a book as I can multitask while listening.
the last part where he finally may have closure with his mothers murder. and finding some of the memories. that had stayed hiden for so long. and maybe peace, too.
Wow wow wow. what a great story... I loved the way he integrated all his descriptions. Great energy right from the start. Great story line. Could not STOP listening to it . Harry is wonderful as a character in this book. He is his true self.. fantastic listen.
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It was GREAT !!! raspy and quite sexy.. I have to say.. lol
Yup I totally did !!!!!!!!!
Buy it, you wont regret it !!!!
Another Connelly hit that this time exposes Harry in the "raw", showing not only his psychological wounds from childhood but how this pain has made him who he is.
I agree with other positive reviews and won't reiterate. I'll probably give it another listen. The narrator also makes Harry who he is, for me, never switch.
Mr. Connelly, please keep more Harry Bosch coming, I'll listen to all of them!
Another great In the Bosch series. Harry has lost everything and deals with his mother's death in a tense and surprising story. Well narrated. This gentlemen is perfect for reading the Bosch novels.
zombies, gore and good old fashioned detective yarns, a bit of sci fi and did I mention the zombies?!!
love connelly. He is a master of the genre. This book does not disappoint. narration is top notch . 5 stars.
The reader has a trick of appearing to run out of breath and gagging on his words in the middle of a sentence, apparently as a means of conveying emotion. He seems quite proud of this technique, because he uses it over and over again, pointlessly and without any regard to the dramatic context. Generally, the reading was grossly overacted to the point of distracting from the flow of the story.
Seems that Bosch's attitude has finally done him in but that turns out not to be the case. He decides while on leave he will investigate a 30+ year old murder, his mother. The case takes him to Florida and back to LA but he uncovers lots of mysteries along the way. His world has more conspiracy theories than anyone should have to deal with but he perseveres and with some not exactly straight forward moves he solves the case. It doesn't end where it begins but he does get cleared of wrong doing. Again, Dick Hill is a superb narrator.