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this is great to get 3 Harry Bosch books in one. I'm totally hooked on the characters. I am a big fan of crime dramas and I just love Michael Connelly's style and tales. Len Cariou is also my favorite narrator for these series, too. the other narrators are all good, but Len is my fav. :) You really can listen to one book and not have to go with the series as Connelly gives you the insights from previous stories if you missed them and need them for background with the current story. personally, I like going in order. I found the series when I first listened to one of the newest stories, Nine Dragons, and then went back and found the whole series and started from the beginning.
If you're listening to Harry Bosch series in order, there's actually one that comes after the Narrows and before Echo Park called The Closers. If you want to listen in order, then you'll need to get that one and listen to it after the first book in this set.
I really like the set, though. It's economical and great for someone like me who is relatively new the Harry Bosch series and now hooked.
80 of 81 people found this review helpful
Harry Bosch is a very realistic character, a man who doesn't mind to break the rules, if necessary. I liked first and third book in the box set. I struggled w/ the narration of Rachel there. Her voice was somewhat weak, which (at least for me) didn't correspond with her character.
Anyway - 1 credit for 3 excellent books, it's the best value I've got on audible.
19 of 19 people found this review helpful
I enjoy Michael Connolly's Harry Bosch books so much. I started a long time ago with a holiday read and became addicted. The Box Set gives you 3 very good listens and all are as enjoyable as the next. Be careful how you download them though. My Ipod (my downloading) got them mixed up and following from book to book was difficult for me and when you can't wait to get to the next chapter that's frustrating! Also, you should try to listen to them in order as the newer ones refer to the older but it won't spoil your listen if you do, just makes it more 'comfortable' when he refers to goings on in past books.