a little long on some points and then all of a sudden bam it finished. over all it was a good listen as all of his other books in the bosch series. thank you.
The story was a good one. As always, Mr Connelly spins a great tale. I followed the advice of another reviewer and speeded it up - 1.25. At that point, it was easy to listen to.
The narrator was sadly inept or inexperienced making an interesting story a chore to listen to. There were also many instances of skips in the recording. All in all not a satisfying listen, wish I'd just read this book.
The narrator was the author, and it was difficult to determine the different characters. Of course other in the series have been this way too. It took me awhile to get past that though.
Once I got into the story, I really enjoyed it. Very exciting in parts. Would like a little more with the daughter, but good. Good mystery.
I saw a number of reviews from readers who miss narrator Len Cariou and the switch to a new narrator. I started this book with some trepidation, because narrators do matter to the "reading" of an audible book. I am simply writing this review to say that, from my own perspective, while the reading was a bit stilted at the start, it did improve substantially and I very much enjoyed the end of the book. I have "read" all 18 of the Bosch books in a string in recent months, and this one kept my attention throughout.