Yes the audio is better, I love to read, but the audio is so much easier. You get the feel for the characters and how they feel toward each other.
I would say one of the most memorable for me was the bus scene. When Pell was choking Hardy with the chains. Pell wasn't a good guy but he was really trying to bury his past.
Yes I have. I really like all of his narrations.
This is really a good one.
Ofc - Harry!
Harry - I could very much hear Len's voice as Harry. Very well done.
Yes but it's too long for that. Got me through jury duty, though!
It was almost as if Michael Connelly came up with a bunch of potential plots, fit each plot to a book then realized he had two oddballs too weak to merit their own novels. Rather than toss them, he decided to combine them (though they have no relation to each other). There was none of the usual buildup nor ordered investigation Bosch readers are used to; it was all very haphazard with weak development and a plain boring story. I was very disappointed having really enjoyed the other 8-10 Bosch books I've read.
Save your credit.
The smooth move from one case to the other was very well done. The book kept my rapt attention to the very end...
This was a great book. Harry was Harry again and he meets some interesting people. The story line was interesting. With age, Harry is getting some feelings.
I have read and listened to many Connelly novels, having enjoyed most. However, Mr Cariou's narration of The Drop failed to keep my attention. Could never tell if he was speaking for a character or reading 'filler'. Disappointing listening experience. Wasted a credit on this one.
It's a great story from beginning to end. It will keep you listening and involved with the characters as they solve the mysteries.
I am fascinated by Harry Bosch. Connelly makes Bosch believable and the story intriguing. I have a feeling that Maddie is going to follow in his footsteps, and she will become an even better detective than Harry.
I had a hard time turning it off.
Connelly and Bosch are my Pulp Fiction on Audible. It's good solid listening time but it isn't an all time classic. Nicely placed in the middle of the bell curve.
Bosch is always the keystone.
I love Bosch and this is definitely one of my favorites! Don't remember if I knew about his daughter before. Where did she come from? She adds a nice dimension.