Another powerful book from Michael Connelly up there with his best. Really enjoyable. This book pairs two of Michael Connelly detectives from previous books Terry McCaleb and Bosch. I have never read a Terry McCaleb book before and quite enjoyed his character in this book, the Bosch character was great, but took a bit of a back seat to Terry in this book.
This book has plenty of twists and turns and stays a bit more believable than most of Mr Connolly's books. I think this is a must listen for Michael Connelly fans, but I would suggest listening to the early books in the Bosch series first.
The Narrator was a bit of a mixed bag, I almost skipped this book based on some of the reviews in relation to this narrator, however the book is so good I am so glad I took the gamble. After listening to other Narrators in the Bosch series, he initially sounded all wrong and grated on me for the first hour or so, then I got used to him. I found the Narrator's performance of Bosch very irritating at first, the narrator makes Bosch sound as if he is 70.
However after the first hour or so the irritations went away and I started to enjoy the narrator's ability to help build the suspense and his more precise pronunciation in places. He will never be my favourite Narrator but I don't think it is worth skipping this book based on his narration.
Great Book. We need More books like this one. The read was great but I wished they would of used the same one for all Mr. Connelly Books
Plot paired with history&science about real H Bosch is interesting, but characters are very shallow. Especially Graciela, who would protect her husband from everything, even from doing his job and having fun (hey, some people might have fun to work as investigaters).
To make it worse, the narrator completely reversed the age of people. The voice of Bosch is like the oldest man in the Universe. Tired. Me too.
I have grown comfortable with the character.
Bosch is back, and in a jam as usual
Fritz the assessor
I enjoyed the book by listening as that is the only way i read it .
Proper use of all words and names
Harry Bosch and the FBI profiler battling wits and becoming friends and admireers of eachother and their unrelenting desire for the truth
When Buddy keeps trying to get in to see what MaCaleb is working on and kept bugging MaCaleb and he wouldn't let him see what he was working on
When Bosch knew finally that MaCaleb was looking at him as the murderer and why he really went to Bosch's house for the beer so he could profile him
Harry Bosch is a great detective series!!!
Yes - I have always liked the Bosch stories. They are well written and entertaining.
Harry is always my favorite but I also like all of the other characters
The series continues with Harry Bosch. The book is well written and keeps you wanting to listen to see how the events unfold.
I have enjoyed the entire Harry Bosch series, and this one was no exception. I enjoyed the storyline, the twists and turns of the plot.
The reader wasn't able to change his voice tone and inflection to represent the different characters; as a result, you were never really sure who was speaking. I had to rewind several times in order to determine which character was speaking. At times the reader's voice faded to nothing, and at other times, the reader's voice was so monotone it made listening difficult.
I didn't have an extreme reactions to the book other than the reader's voice. At times I became very frustrated trying to determine which character was speaking, but the storyline was good and the plot development kept me interested.