Yes I will because it is a well written story what gives you a good time while listening to it.
Not nowadays but probably after several years.
My previous Simon Kernick book.
Paul Thornley is, without any doubth, the very best performer at least in my humble opinion.
I did it in ten one hour parts during daily long walks.
This Kernick/Thornley co-operation is a great entertainment though is has some strange details.
Harlan Coben is my favorite author why I'm listening to all of his books, even this one for younger readers.
Expected in some way but not really as it happened.
Fair job of him.
Not really but it is good enough for long parts.
As mentioned before, Harlan Coben is my favorite author and I'm looking forward to his next novel 2015.
Lot of action without long "transports". Entertainment at a high level.
He did a fair job.
Not 10 hours in one sitting, but my ten times one hour was okay for me.
Kernick will be in my favorite list.
Harry Bosch wasn't the main character in this story.
Yes, I'm sure about that.
He is far from any of my favorite narrators.
An editor ought demanded Connelly write a new story as book 7.
I got the feeling that Connelly was in short of time with this book why he used "leftowers" from some of his earlier writings.
Very well written.
The whole "Harry Bosch team"
He did a very good job with all of them.
Most of my book listening happens during one hour long walks and that story really turned my long paths to great pleasures.
That Harry Bosch character with his friends and enemies is great entertainment.
Yes it is, at least for me.
It was only the third and there are several more to com.
He does a good job.
Concrete Blonde would be OK even for a film
As usual, a forced "Conelly ending"
How the story went forwad in small steps.
It was my second time with him and he did it well, very well indeed.
Conelly is a master of unexpected endings. This one might be too unexpected in several ways.
Who knows? Probably sometimes in the future after I've listened to further Harry Bosh stories.
A totally different ending because reliable endings seems to be Michael Conenelly's weakpoints. My rather early guess in this book was 50 % correct.
He did it well, very well indeed.
Connelly (and several other famous authors) ought to think a bit moore about how they are writing endings. A real surpise is OK but only if it is reliable and fit into the story.
Audio edition is best for me, but that's only my own opinion.
Yes It did because it went forward without any unnecessary parts.
No, she was new for me and did a very good job, indeed.
Difficult to choose one part as everything was mixed together very well. Both the red line and the side lines fit well into the story.
Harlan Coben is my favorite author why I can only say that MISSING YOU must be one of his very best novels.
Details and action
It got better and better after a bit slow beginning with a lot of details.
Hedid a good job
Well written story.
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