I am at a loss for words.. I have read in order every Connelly book - including the other series with guest appearances in Bosch's series and this book left me hanging. I was busy scanning photos as i was listening to it and all of a sudden I heard ' - we hope you enjoyed....-' I actually backed up the story to make sure I didn't miss anything. It was as though he had to finish this at a particular time and couldn't write another word after that second passed. I felt the story was not concluded New narrator...not my favorite..but I have heard worse.
I enjoyed listening to Connelly's book. I like the fact that Harry Bosch is presented as a seasoned tuff detective.Peter Fernandez does a good job in bringing you up close to Harry, Julia, Edgar and all the other characters. The story keeps moving, it has surprise, and action.
The book was a good listen, but the ending was a bit odd. Harry's girlfriend turned out to be very odd, which I didn't expect. Other than that, it was good, and the unexpected twist really woke you up.
A little formulaic, but a good listen nonetheless. It definately kept my attention during my drives.
This story is certainly art imitating life. I was sure that this story would not end well and there would be loose ends, but no Connelly is a master at tying all the ends together. Connelly is a great story teller. I just wish that Dick Hill had narrated this one.
I had gotten used to the previous Narriator for the Bosch series. This Narriator was difficult to tell if the caracter was a man or woman. Some dialogs sounded the same for both characters. The story held my interest very good.
I believe a reviewer should finish a book before submitting a review. What do you think?
I have first listened to the Alex Cross books with the same narrator. I can't bridge the gap to hearing the charcter of Harry Bosch in this book. Choosing this narrator for this book was a mistake, he is not believable in these roles.
Otherwise the story is ok, not too bad, not too terrific.
I have listened to all of the Harry Bosch books with Lou Cariou as the narrator and couldn't imagine Harry with any other voice so I out it off for a looonnngg time. I was pleasantly surprised with Mr Fernandez. He did a terrific job. The story was good with enough twists and turns to keep me tuning in. If you like Harry Bosch you will enjoy this story.
absolutely captivating...Harry Bosch is such a deep character that you feel like you everything about him. the narrator is one of the best i have heard, too...highly recommended if you like Micheal Connelly's work