I recently discovered Michael Connelly and think his plots are tight and his pacing excellent. What I didn't like in this audiobook was the narration, which was just "off" to my ear. The story is set in the L.A. area and most of the characters have an Eastern accent, not to mention the mispronunciation of Spanish names, which drove me crazy! Other than that, I thought the book was enjoyable.
Another terrific book from Michael Connelly, well-narrated by Richard Davidson. Definitely recommended if you've enjoyed other crime thrillers from Connelly.
Another great Harry Bosch book, great narration as always. Great plot that keeps you guessing till the end.
If you like the author, you'll like this one. Written in his typical to-the-point style, the story is good and offers an interesting plunge into the "dark side" of human nature.
I enjoyed this one. The details were great and even caused me to do a little research after the fact on some of the artwork mentioned in the book. It didn't drag out or make me want to fast foward so that was a plus.
This is my second Harry Bosch novel and I will try more in the future. I think it is a little slow in the middle but overall it's a good book. The reader doesn't take anything away from the reading but he's just ok and not outstanding.
This narrator gets the voices he's doing confused and makes Harry Bosch sound like he belongs in a cave. It's very irritating. This is more of a Terry McCaleb story than it is about Harry Bosch. Wish it had a different narrator. Ikk!
I definitely liked this book and liked the references to actual art work. There were times I was rasing my eyebrows at the actions of the characters....and part of the ending had a bit of wierdness to it by the main character... but I enjoyed the book and am glad I downloaded it.
The story was unique but rather dry is presentation. Not necessarily be the narrator either. They were just doing their job.