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    Can some authors be too big to fail Is John Connolly one of them I ve had my ups and down with the series to be sure, but I found that this book felt particularly disconnected, like Connolly was allowed to take everything he had written in his word processing application and turn it in, without thought to transitions, flow, plotting or narrative voice Am I being harsh Perhaps But that s the trouble with reading some really great books of which his prior book, The Lovers, was one and avoiding chaff Standards get raised My rating, therefore, reflects the book in context of both Connolly s writing and the series like the English teacher with almost impossible standards, I know he is capable of better Much better.A pity, really, because the characters in the book are primarily veterans, and it gives the reader a chance to peek at some of the issues that surround those that s...

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    I Cannot Get Enough Of This Series Or Charlie Parker, or Angel, or Louis Even The Collector is starting to grow on me.Okay, now that I ve had my fangirl moment, here s the real review John Connolly or J Con as I like to refer to him is one of those guys who just can t write a bad book He has a way of weaving a story together flawlessy For example, in The Whisperers, there are a plethora of characters some secondary, some primary, some good, some bad, some in between, but all are drawn impeccably Each is interesting in their own right, each most definitely belonging to the storyworld No matter how many new characters he introduces, it never gets boring, and impressively, it never gets confusing The point of view narrative internal dialogue of Charlie Parker himself is always endearing and fascinating Wit abounds.When I hit 15% in The Whisperers, I could not stop reading You won t be able to either You get a good mystery regarding stolen artifacts from Iraq, a new...

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    Another excellent book in the Charlie Parker series which is such a great mixture of mystery, horror and the supernatural My only problem is that this is number nine in the series and I am rapidly catching up with the author who is preparing to publish number thirteen this year...

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    Odd things are going on in Maine Several veterans of the Iraq war, including Damien Patchett, have recently committed suicide Damien s father, diner owner Bennett Patchett stricken by his son s death has other problems as well He s worried that his waitress is being abused by her boyfriend Joel Tobias, who happens to be Damien s former platoon mate So Bennett hires PI Charlie Parker to check out Tobias, hoping the investigation also casts light on his son s suicide.Parker s investigation of Tobias reveals that a cadre of Iraq war veterans are using a semi truck to smuggle things across the Maine border from Canada to the United States The reader though not Parker soon learns that the things are treasures looted from Baghdad s Museum of Antiquities Unfortunately for the looters the stolen riches are far from benign They harbor evil spirits whisperers that drive people who come in contact with them to suicide The smuggling operation catches the attention of Maine mobster Jimmy Jewel, who wants a piece of the action Others are also interested in the stolen goods including Mexican gangsters a curator of the Baghdad museum Herod an obsessed, cancer ridden man guided by an evil wraith called The Captain and The Collector a demon known to Charlie Parker The latter parties are particularly interested in a mysterious item called Pandora s Box w...

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    Starting my early re reading of some of the Charlie Parker novels in preparation for the new one later this year Went for a mid season ish start with The Whisperers I don t think I need to say a lot this time round apart from you either know this series and are already on board with it s particular levels of genius or you are not If not then Every ...

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    Almost gave this one 3 stars, which is the first time I ve even considered it for this series but just about made the 4 star cut Maybe I m holding Connolly s high standards against him He s manages to be as consistent as he is dark thro...

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    Loved this one You want creepy with a dash of detective thrown in with weird and unusual villains multiple villains and yet a story which comes right out of the current era smuggling stolen antiquities from Iraq and with former military veterans who want to do right but some of em do wrong This is the book for you I loved every minute, every word, every page Connolly not only spins a deft and twisty turvy tale, but he s no fan of stereotypes The MC doesn t get the gorgeous woman the MC doesn t constantly fight with his superiors The MC often is confused and stays that way and the sidekicks who protect him aren t always there when needed like the cavalry rushing down the hill Scene after scene is fraught with suspense and the locations Old diners, creepy woods, fortresses which masquerade as warehouses, I love this stuff I eat it up with a huge soup spoon.Anyhow, Mr Charlie Parker gets involved with a smuggling ring after being asked to look into the suicide of an Iraqi war vet The plot is a tangle of everyone is after some special thing smuggled out of Iraq The everyone includes than one of Connolly s creepy villains who often pop up in his stories As for the writing, it sings, it just moves along It doesn t distract, but it s perfect I keep a notebook because occasionally Connolly throws in a word I don t know and I m what What did he just say I look it up I jot it down Anyhow, you should read this one in the dark...

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    A few months ago, I heard that John answered all his messages on his official Facebook page So, I thought, Hey, I like Connolly a lot, perhaps I ll tell him that So I sent him a message expressing my appreciation for his work and his signature Charlie Parker character Much to my surprise, he actually did respond Dear Brandon,Thanks very much for the kind words Good for morale as I work toward the end of the draft of the next book, so much appreciated.All best wishes,JohnAwesome.Anyway, onto my review I m not going to sit here and tell you that I know a whole lot about the Iraq War Most of what s fed to me comes from either John Stewart, Saturday Night Live, or, most recently, the film, The Hurt Locker That isn t to say I m opposed to the war, I just don t have enough of an opinion either way.When I picked up John Connolly s newest Charlie Parker thriller, I was surprised that he wasn t dealing with pimps, religious oddities or child molestation This time, he was delving into the world of post...

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