I have two very different books to report on in today's post. Du Is Tak? is written and illustrated by Carson Ellis and was named one of the best children's books of last year. I like kid books. I like them a lot.
This one has characters who speak in an imaginary language so each time you read it, it could be different. The illustrations are imaginative and fun. Definitely something to check out from the library. If you have kids/grandkids, you may need to buy it. It would be lots of fun for repeat readings.
The second book, The Burning Room, is a visit with my old friend Harry Bosch, who you will be glad to know is still around, working cold cases, taking care of bad guys, fighting the system, and training a new partner.
It's been awhile since I read/listened to one. I always enjoy the story line, the pace, the characters, and hearing the names of familiar places in Los Angeles where they take place. Highly recommended. Michael Connelly has written 2 more Harry Bosch novels that take place after this one. Which pleases me to no end. I like it when I don't have to call writers up and tell them to "get a move on" because I am ready for a new story.