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The Black Echo by Michael Connelly
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Sep 29, 2011

liked it

I honestly don't have much to say about Michael Connelly's The Black Echo. I gave it three stars so it obviously did not blow me away but, kind of like Jim Butcher's

Storm Front, it has a very compelling quality to it. I can definitely say that Connelly deserves all the awards he has received and actually does deserve to be on the

NY Times list. Harry Bosch is a very likeable main protagonist as well, but in the way that most viewers enjoy seeing what Dr. Gregory House is up to. You wouldn't want

to know him, just about him. The series has limitless potential only limited by its genre. (Yes, I know!! Contridictions are fun for the mind.) Anyway, despite the

three stars due to its slightly better portrayal of a genre that has been covered by thousands of authors, I am going to read more by Connelly, especially books

involving Bosch. If you are looking for a very enjoyable mystery novel with a lot of procedure and a lot of throwing about of the proverbial rule book, try The Black


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