5/8ths of the way through season 7. Like the previous six seasons, it’s a solid, entertaining, well-made police procedural. We’ve enjoyed the entire run of the series, but it’s nothing revelatory. It feels like a bit of a throwback to something the big 3 networks might have produced 20 years ago. Stylistically, it’s very well shot and edited, but fairly generic. And it’s all plot: the characters, including Bosch, aren’t fully realized and don't have a lot of emotional resonance.
But the same is true of Connelly’s books. I’ve read them all, and they’re very entertaining, fast-paced, and all plot. You don’t ever get deeply invested in the characters.
Perfect summary Sunnylea. I do enjoy Bosch's home and his audio collection. Serious stuff.