I have listened to over 250 books in the last 10 years. I tend to listen to certain authors and try to read all their books. I listen while exercising and driving which makes the time past enjoyable.
If you like Michael Connelly, he is at his best. Good plot, well read and a great character in Harry Bosch.
Yes... the voice of the partner who was bed ridden. It is is AWFUL. I hated listing to it. One could do a better job of getting a voice that is going through a hard time.... I could not focus at all. The rest is great. well written and presented.
Moving strong and intellectually fun.
Harry of course.
Cant comment on this one.
Please use good voices. for all characters. a half raspy voice is NOT attractive.... SORRY ! BAD CHOICE.....
The story was not thrilling or exciting. Quite boring.
Plot more dangerous and exciting
Needed better differences in voice character... some were just silly.
Idk... the whole thing was not good.
I found this book to be entertaining and enjoyable. The author is very descriptive and the reader does a good job.
This series could go on as long as James Bond movies....one solid story after another. Patterson's eye for detail, along with the continued development of real-life, flawed characters, together with an interesting mix of story twists all leads to a I-don't-want-this-book-to-end experience.
... there is some very annoying acting when it comes to the actor reading the disabled cop's dialogue. I found those parts extremely grating.
Am going 50/50 on the MC novels. Really like Lincoln Lawyer and some of the later "non-Harry B" books. Tried to get into series by starting at begining, but the 1st two seemed dated... All about Vietnam and too predicable by 1/2. But I liked them enough to give the series another shot. Jumped up to Lost Light as it had decent reviews. Story was good if a long time coming. Was really hating Harry not being a cop as was he. Narrator was great. Am already bored by HB's not being able to work a computer. Old, tired play and it's turning up in next book too. Drop it, my Grandmother can go online and check the weather now-a-days. If you like the series, you don't need my input, it you're on the edge, it's OK and if you're new to MC, start w/ the Lincoln Lawyer and Chasing the Dime.
The glowing reviews and Audie award greatly influenced my decision to buy this book. I found the reading forced, stilted, and choppy. Len Cariou cut up. Sentences. Adding phrases like. Extra appendages. This is annoying in any work, but especially a first person account. And the music! It would be okay if it did something to enhance the mood or story line, but this was just stuck in anywhere like a gratuitous sex scene in a movie. Even so, I tried to get past all this and get interested in the story. Mostly it was just dull and not at all engaging. Connelly/Bosch didn?t share enough clues to for the audience to try to figure whodunit. Bosch stumbled on the revealing clue and then we all knew whodunit. I?m glad I stuck it out to the end, though, because there were two genuine surprises. If only the rest of the book were as good as the last hour.