This is a group of shirt stories that you hope may connect to eachother in some way and yet doesn't. It is as interesting as reading college essays...one after the other after the other. I had to quit listening
I expected more from this book. Too much internal dialogue. I forced myself to hang in there until the end as I thought it would surely get good at some point, but it didn't and the ending was dumb. Don't waste your credit.
The story and the narrator are awesome! Another great Mickey Hollar story! Briliantly creative...I couldn't take my earbuds off!
This is by far, one of my favorite books by Crais! It is interesting, clever, suspenseful, and at times, funny enough to make me laugh out loud! With all the twists and turns, I found myself on the edge of my seat and could not help but want more!
I'm not even half way through the book and the sound of this stuffy nose narrator is so annoying! His woman's voice sounds like a deeper more stuffy nosed whine with a lisp! The thing is that the story itself is really good, so I'm continuing on... hand this guy a tissue
The only good thing about this is Samuel L. Jackson's familiar voice. The rest is not funny and is redundant.
I was really excited at the beginning of this book and it had hooked me right away. But the ending was really obvious and left me feeling dissappointed. Holler wasn't his usual brilliant self and we didn't see anything great from our favorite "Ace" detective Harry Bosch.
This book is clever and funny! I really LOVED it. A great "feel good" book and a must read for dog lovers!
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