The book had great plot twists that I did not see coming.
Harry Bosch is just learning his trade. He is honing his skills to be the worlds best detective.
This was my first one. He is a great Harry Bosch voice and does a pretty good job with all the voices.
I would suggest Harry Bosch and Mickey Holler books by Michael Connelly. The two best had both characters.
I read The Black Echo years ago. The audio version was just as good as the print.
Harry Bosch over the series grows as a character. It's nice to visit him in his early years.
First time listening to Dick Hill who did a great job with the narration.
I only wish I could have listened to it in one sitting. It was easy to pick up and listen to in ten to fifteen minute chunks.
I think I'll put listening to the whole series on my bucket list!
No. The story was so slow and mundane.
The writing was unnecessarily over descriptive. There were so many things that had no purpose in the story. Almost like certain scenes took up space to make the story longer.
The narrator's voice was so monotone it really didn't suit the story. It made it worst. I think I would have enjoyed reading this myself more than the audio version.
Good story and main character
There are several other good series by other authors - pick one
Will probably listen to more in the series
The book is great but getting it on my iPod and iPhone is a real challange. iTunes doesn't really like the format so it takes some work in iTunes to get everything to work.
The narrator was great. The voice inflections are some of the best and I love listening to the great story lines.
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I was pleasantly surprised by the immersive story and great twist at the end!
Characters and the conclusion
Detective Bosch, of course!
Laughed out loud several times...
Great characters, plot
Harry's flashbacks to his Viet Nam experience
It was easy to tell the characters apart and usually his voice was just part of the story.
I was really disappointed in the characters who betrayed their values.
The lost star in "performance" was because I didn't like the voice of the female protagonist.
Harry's devotion to his fellow veterans, and the experience they all shared.
In my opinion Dick hill is the absolute best! He has a way of making you feel like it is you going through the emotions of the story.
When Harry remembers and talks about his photo album.
A line from the story. "Out of the light, and into the darkness".
I have read, and listened to other Connely stories. I will continue to read and listen to more. I want to know the rest of the story about the "Doll Maker"
Excellent book to listen to - older film noir type vibe which I enjoy
Same as above
At end when Harry confronts Eleanor
When Harry talked about Viet Nam and what it was like to go into the tunnels
This is my first foray into Harry Bosch series - the earlier books are rather old (early 90s) and some things seem strange for today's time but I like that older film-noir feeling