©2002 Walter Mosley; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
But overall, Mosely stays true to protagonist Easy Rawlins! All the action is right where it needs to be and everything comes to a dramatic yet, puzzling end. The plot was a trifle confusing, I am curious and anxious to continue reading the next mystery Easy Rawlins mixes himself up in.
Don't know, listened didn't read it, so cannot say which is better. But I liked the narrator's voice in my head better than I like the one in mine.
Good plot, well written, gets the social divide between ethnicities, the police and the American class structure pretty well - especially for the time period this book is set in.
Yes and equally good. I'll be looking for his narrations.
Yes, wish I could have.
Highly recommend this book and the Easy Rawlins series!
I love to read and I love to listen to a good story!
Yes, it was a great book
I guess I enjoyed the mystery behind everything.
Easy Rawlins of course.
I started reading Walter Mosley because John Grisham mentioned the author in the Racketeer. I have found this and other Walter Mosley books about Easy Rawlings very interesting. They have provided me with new insights of a culture very different to 21st century England. I particularly like the development of the character Easy. However, my favorite is Mouse, who I probably would not want to meet in person but always provides color to the stories.
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