The Black Angel
Publish date: February 27th 2006
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 608
Edition language: English
Series: Charlie Parker (#5)
A young woman goes missing from the streets and her kidnappers assume there will be no repercussions, however she's a fairly close relative of one of Parker's men and that's opened a whole can of worms. What happens next is a mixture of thriller and horror, filled with ossuaries, mass murderers, an...
Oh my God, the ending broke my heart. Poor Parker :( This man really deserves a break!I haven't reviewed any of the books in this series, but I think most people know by now that I love these books (by the fact that I've read 5 of them in such a short time!). The characters are what keeps me reading...
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So, I'm 5 books into the Charlie Parker saga and so far, so good.With this book, Connolly seems to have completely abandoned the realistic approach taken with the earlier books and gone full force into supernatural mode. That's not necessarily a bad thing, I mean, if it's done right anyway and Conn...
The fallen angels, god and forgiveness bit is boring stuff that drag the book down from a 4 stars. I dislike the ending, and find it lack depth or even contemplation.If angels were fallen from the shit god place, they would have used their time on Earth to learn about human, about the good bit and t...
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