The Wrath of Angels (Charlie Parker Series #11)

The Wrath of Angels (Charlie Parker Series #11)

by John Connolly
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The Wrath of Angels: A Thriller 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From start to finish. Huge fan of all his books. This one kept me up at night!
EdWillAMSNL More than 1 year ago
Very thrilling novel. I enjoyed every minute of it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all of john connelly's books.
Kittyb1 More than 1 year ago
John Connolly has the unique ability to take the creepy, supernatural spirit world and make it real and believable. This book is certainly right up there with his best. The plot is actually understandable after a few people explain to Charlie what's at stake. And the gruesome Brightwell and Collector are back to give us all bad dreams for a long time. Another couple of nightmarish entities join the foray while everyone is into finding a long ago plane crash site and the secrets it holds. You won't put this book down...especially with Louis and Angel helping out, as only they can.
vette01 More than 1 year ago
I enjoy Connolly's writing style. I like the way he mixes a sense of the supernatural with detective work. I like the characters very much. I think Charlie Parker is an interesting character and I like Angel and Louis alot. I wish Mr. Connolly would write these Charlie Parker series more often.
dimps More than 1 year ago
John Connolly came through again. I couldn't put this book down. It just kept drawing me in, in, until I had to read the ending! (And what an ending!) Thanks, John, for keeping up the depth of character and twists you always incorporate into your Parker books. I'm eagerly awaiting the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Connolly mixes mystery and the supernatural like no other. Ominous plotting. Diverse characters. Just the right touch of humor.
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windrose6 More than 1 year ago
Connolly continues his Charlie Parker series with more creepy Maine towns and people. He is really one of very few with the  ability to combine a detective story/character (very Spenser-like) with a creeping horror (F. Paul Wilson & Repairman Jack?).  Great reading and I'm waiting to start the White Wolf tonight.
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tedfeit0 More than 1 year ago
This 11th novel in the Charlie Parker series carries the reader deep into the surrealistic world the author once again creates. And brings back two of the Maine detective’s betes noir: the Collector and Brightman, the latter coming back in the form of a child after Charlie shot him to death in a different form. Of course, Angel and Louis, as well as Rabbi Epstein, get to play roles as well. It all begins when two hunters discover a plane which had crashed in the Maine northern woods, in which are found lots of cash and a satchel containing lists of names. And a race begins among various opposing forces to discover the lists with Charlie in the middle, prompted by the story the daughter of one of the hunters tells him which she had learned from her dying father. The author’s ability to make the supernatural aspects of his tales almost believable defies the imagination. The lists contain the names of people who have made a deal with the devil. The woods are inhabited by a spectral young girl seeking to lure other bodies to keep her company. The forces of evil are represented by fallen angels. There is the Collector, who sits in judgment of those he would take out of circulation. And there is always Charlie, supposedly on the side of justice. Quite a tale, and recommended.
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