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    Harrry Bosh from book to TV your thoughts please

    Just watched the first 4 episodes looks good to me.I have read all of Michael Connellys Harry Bosch books on my tablet over the last 3 years or so I think they are getting it right
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    I've been a Connelly fan for about 15 years. I watched the pilot episode of Bosch way back when and am excited to see it has been picked up. I thought the pilot did an excellent job recreating the tone and feel of the books and Bosch as a character. I'll definitely be watching when I get a few spare moments.

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    Watched another couple tonight 3 more to go,two books in the story so far great entertainment
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    I also watched and enjoyed the pilot but was unaware that there are now additional episodes and just read "Burning Room" about a month ago. Am I correct in assuming these are also on Amazon?

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    I liked the books a lot. Will start the show when I get the chance.

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    There are episodes? PLURAL? I thought this was unreleased!!

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    The rest of the episodes released today.

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    I watched the pilot months ago and I'm fired up for the rest of the episodes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vinylgreek View Post
    I also watched and enjoyed the pilot but was unaware that there are now additional episodes and just read "Burning Room" about a month ago. Am I correct in assuming these are also on Amazon?
    All on Amazon Prime
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    Haven't seen any of it (no Amazon TV for us) but have read all the books. Those are great and will admit that I'm curious as to whether the TV series do the books justice. They often disappoint, fail to capture the suspense and the build-up to the plot (all too rushed). Plus I fear the series may "ruin" the image I have of Hieronymus
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