I am completely in Love...with Walter Mosely, Leonid McGill and Mirron Willis. I would like to thank the director and producer for such an excellent e..Show More »xecution of work.
The constant mention of Leonid's physical stature and combative abilities, exudes strength and creates this super hero complex. He makes me feel his toughness and invincibility with his awareness of self.
Mosley captures the individuality of his supporting characters through the description of their eyes.
The eyes are the windows to the soul. “The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness.” Matthew 6:22&23
I was first introduced to Leonid McGill about three weeks ago after hearing about this book on the Tom Joyner Morning show. I am so thrilled to have ..Show More »been listening because I have not been able to get enough of this character. A man who knows that he must make up for his past by doing what he can to help people is such an attractive man!
Mr. Willis is an EXCELLENT narrator. He moves with ease when changing characters. I'm not sure if I am in love with Leonid McGill, Walter Mosley or Mirron Willis.
Start from the first bood to know and appreciate who Mr. McGill and his family are.
Althrough Leonid is flawed and has a past he is still attractive in a clumsy hero sort of way. I love your voice Mirron WIllis and secretly wait for ..Show More »the day that you will read me 1000 page bookle based on the adventures of Leonid McGill!
The narrator was good. I will be looking for some of his other readings. As always, I enjoyed Mr. Mosley's book. Sometimes I find it hard to de..Show More »termine what era he is writing in... This book feels a little like the 70, 80, 90 and 2000.
Another great read from Walter Mosley. Leonid McGill is as smooth as ever in his roles as father, lover, agent and killer. Mr Mosley is a fabulous aut..Show More »hor and story teller. A small point that I miss in the Leonid McGill series as compared to Easy Rawlins is the historical perspectives Mr Mosley regularly included.