The Reversal: Harry Bosch, Book 16 (Mickey Haller, Book 3) Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Reversal: Harry Bosch, Book 16 (Mickey Haller, Book 3) by Michael Connelly

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Longtime defense attorney Mickey Haller is recruited to change stripes and prosecute the high-profile retrial of a brutal child murder. After 24 years in prison, convicted killer Jason Jessup has been exonerated by new DNA evidence. Haller is convinced Jessup is guilty, and he takes the case on the condition that he gets to choose his investigator, LAPD Detective Harry Bosch.



  • Michael Connelly has done it again with another fantastic book, 'The Reversal: Harry Bosch, Book 16 (Mickey Haller, Book 3)'. The narration by Peter Giles is absolutely superb, adding an extra layer of brilliance to an already amazing story. The plot is captivating, keeping you hooked from start to finish, and the characters are incredibly well-developed. Overall, this book is an absolute must-read, and I can't recommend it highly enough.
  • In this audiobook, "The Reversal: Harry Bosch, Book 16 (Mickey Haller, Book 3)", the focus shifts from Harry Bosch to defense attorney Mickey Haller. While Haller is not the most likable character, it's interesting to see Bosch take on a supporting role in the case. The premise of the story may seem a bit far-fetched, with Haller being persuaded to become a prosecutor against Jason Jessup, who is being retried for a crime he was previously convicted of. Adding to the complexity, Haller chooses his ex-wife as his second chair. Once you accept this setup, the story becomes engaging and fast-paced, making it hard to put down. It's the type of audiobook that will have you driving around the block a few extra times or sitting in your car just so you can listen to a few more minutes. The only slightly confusing aspect is the switch between first-person narration when Haller speaks, and third-person narration for everyone else. This shift can feel awkward at times. The ending doesn't neatly tie up all the loose ends, in fact, more unresolved crimes are left than at the beginning of the book. This leaves room for potential sequels. If you're a fan of Michael Connelly, you'll likely enjoy this audiobook just as much as his others.
  • This audiobook had some intense courtroom drama that I really enjoyed. It was great to see Mickey and Bosch working together and having their daughters involved in the story added an interesting dynamic. However, I was really let down by the ending. It felt sudden and there was no foreshadowing of any problems leading up to it. I felt like the story deserved a better conclusion. That being said, I'm a big fan of Connelly and have listened to 13 of his books so far. The earlier ones are definitely his best work, and in terms of narration, Dick Hill and Len Cariou are top-notch, with Giles falling a bit short. He didn't differentiate enough between Mickey and Bosch's voices, and his tone for the female characters was lacking as well. I actually listened to "The Reversal" twice. The story kept my attention throughout, until the last hour or so. The suspense was building and I was expecting a thrilling ending, but instead, I was left feeling disappointed and confused. I couldn't help but wonder if I missed something important.