Narrator and point of view

We get to know Bosch’s current point of view and state of mind as he drives towards the San Quentin State Prison in California, but also his memories from the past through a series of flashbacks.

As a narrator in “Cielo Azul” by Michael Connelly, Bosch has unlimited knowledge regarding the past events he was involved into. When he recalls past events, readers immediately find out that the criminal was caught and convicted and all that remains is finding out how the detective did it. Before reaching the prison, Bosch has limited knowledge as a narrator, as he does not know what the outcome of his meeting with Seguin will be. However, as the events are narrated sometime after his visit to the prison, Bosch depicts them in detail, as he remembers them:


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