I really enjoyed this book. I particularly like the male protagonist and how complex he is. He's very mecurial, I never know what he's going to do next, but he always stays true to himself no matter how much trouble that may cause.
Do not listen to this book in bed. Mr.Connelly makes this city
seem so grimy and desperate. It alters your brain and twists your day. The writing is good, dark and dense. The music from 'To live and die in LA' played in my head the whole time.
It was a good story. Harry Bosch is a tough, rough character. The story was a good one that keeps you wanting to listen. I list my Preston and Child books in ranking 1st place but this would be a 3-4th place in all of the books I have listened to.
It was constantly in a state of plot development. It was strong, solid story.
I have not listened too other stories read by Dick Hill.
Harry Bosch - More trouble, better results
Harry Bosch is a strong character, with his own way of handling a case. He is trouble for his captain but he gets the things done. He even works through his only time off. He is a fun character to read about.
Audible allows me to fill my mind with something so much better than TV.
Guess when I need a break from my regular books it's just kind of a filler series. Uses corny expressions (capers etc.) and there is a girl just out of reach. Harry is very confident in solving murders but probably has to write notes on his arm when a woman comes around.
I really enjoyed the book and the performance of the narrator. There was enough suspense and enough mystery to keep me thoroughly engrossed. I can't wait for my next Bosch reading.
addicted to the detail, the character and know each book is a new adventure yet being a fan I can totally see some chapters being "So Bosch" - it makes my commute seamless. Sarah/Rudy Austin, TX
The plot was good and in typical Connelly fashion, kept you guessing until the end. Just when I thought I had it figured out, he blew me away. The narrator does a great job telling the story.