Electrical Engineer, 51 years old father of 3.
I really like Michael Connelly's work. This is not his best work but, still worth the read. I prefer his stuff when based here in America.
What can I say. great twisty story, grabs you from line one and keeps it coming. The only thing that could have made it better for me would be Dick Hill, but that's a personal preference. Len does a great job.
Queen of UTEE
at times drawn out, at times kinda far fetched but, for the most part good plot twists, good ending and pretty good writing.
This was a terrific listen. As a long-time Harry Bosch fan, I think the best plots are those in which Harry has a personal, emotional stake, as he does here. There are a fair number of coincidences and dubious plot devices that allow Harry to keep going, but they are easy to overlook as the story carries you along. And for my money, the grizzled, slightly stiff narration of Len Cariou makes for the best Bosch. To me, he really sounds like Harry would.
Don't want to spoil the story, I read every book written by Michael Connelly, this is the best so far. Read or listen to the story and enjoy.
The book was good, but not up to the usual standard. The action was good, but somehow lacking the usual intesity of the other books of this character. Still worth reading, just not Connelly's best effort.
This book was up to Michael Connelly's usual excellent quality and seems to open a new chapter for Harry. I was very disappointed in the narration. The narrators voice was harsh and unpleasant to listen to and his attempts to imitate womens voices, childrens voices and asian accents were just laughable. A great story but you might prefer reading this from the printed page.
Michael Connelly proves again that he is one of the best mystery writers around. Harry Bosch finds himself and his family involved in a murder case that takes him from his home in Los Angeles to the streets of Hong Kong. This case has all the twists and turns you expect from Connelly and ends with a turn that will change Bosch's life forever and is certain to lead to several new story lines. If you plan to read future Bosch books, you should start with this one.