John Lau wrote:
> I just finished Michael Connelly's 9 Dragons. the middle section is one of the most propulsive narratives I've read in a long time. someone asked awhile ago if the Henry Lau character in the last section was some kind of shout out to me and I responded that I had no idea, it could just be a coincidence. having read it, I'd say that it still might be a coincidence, but it's close enough to my own circumstances that I got a big kick out of it
You up for playing poker this weekend, John? Your place, obvs.
I agree with you 100 percent on the propulsive narrative of the 36-hour day. But...
...the fact that it didn't tie into the original case was somewhat disappointing to me. I loved the book overall, and am a huge Connelly fan, but something just didn't sit well about that.
Anyone else have similar thoughts or want to tell me why I'm an idiot for thinking this?
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