Another eloquent entry in the Charlie "Bird" Parker series. I love the supernatural element that always runs through his books. Dark, disturbing, yet beautifully written.
The one thing I really appreciate about John Connolly's novels is the amount of historical perspective and background he provides, this one is no exception.
The paths of the living and the dead converge in this interesting saga about the death penalty and racial tensions. Interesting read.
brand new, a terrific read although the cover doesn't look like the picture.
Very Very Good book. Keeps you guessing until the end.
A GREAT STORY KEEPS YOU TURNING PAGES
A bit too "confused for me. This one is all over the place and he has trouble keeping the story in line.
Pretty good; a lot of evil characters in this one.
Good. Not as good as the previous or the first, but better than the second. In many ways, this one was a continuation of the book before - _The Killing Kind_. It wrapped up some loose ends, but left some new loose ends. It was easier to figure out the mystery behind this one. And there was a definitively supernatural element to this one... more so than the ones before. Generally, I liked it.
not my cup of tea, but OK if you're a Stephen King fan....
I tried really hard to get into this book. I found it disturbing. I tried twice and just couldn't seem to force my way through it.
not my cup of tea. To strange
First of his books I have read. Had to force myself to finish it. Will not want any more of his books