What can I say. I have listened to all of the Connelly "Bosh" novels. This was the best yet. Full of surprises. Listened to the whole 10+ hours in two days. Connelly keeps toping himself!
Evelyn J Sickler
Another great book, different in some ways, but good different. This read shows Harry has a loving and gentle side. Great action, and some very interesting twists and turns. If you like Connelly you will really enjoy this book.
I've read most of Connelly's books and really enjoyed this one. It wasn't my favorite, however, going through the streets of Hong Kong with Harry was very entertaining. I enjoy seeing Harry a bit out of his element and humbled by some of his decisions. Also, check out some the MC's videos on his website showing him doing research in Hong Kong.
Because there are some reviewers who have a problem with the narrator...I thought I'd speak up. I love Len Cariou, he is perfect as Harry Bosch, and I've listened to all of his recordings of this series. I can't imagine anyone else able to convey Harry's thought process so well. The book is all about how Harry reasons every detail on the case. It is a slooow thriller....the best kind!
I truely enjoyed 9 Dragons. It had me listening on my commute, on my daily walks and even at home. A thriller from beginning to end.
I kept thinking, Harry is getting too old for this. Classic Connelly, classic risk taking, the stakes are high = the life of his daughter. I am so interested to see where it goes from here.
I read bad reviews but I think this is great Harry Bosch. The characters are vividly described with a great story.
I have always enjoyed the Harry Bosch books. But this might be my favorite in terms of plot and characters. The story brought Harry along to a new place in his life and along the way, I experienced some breathtaking "moments." I am anxious to see what happens to Harry now with this new element in his life.
The narrator took a bit of getting used to as he has an odd vocal "tic" in the way his voice sort of catches. But all in all he did an OK job. The stars in this case were for a really good story featuring a great central character, not for a really good narrator.