I have been working hard on this post… ok, I have something to admit, I did not have any idea of what to write in this week’s post, so I decided on writing a review on a show I have been watching since Wednesday. The truth is that last Monday I slipped on the laundry and fell against the washer (my foot got under it) and as a result my toe nail literally broke away from my toe, so I have been going out very much, so on Netflix I was looking for something to watch and I found…BONES.
This show is about a forensic anthropologist name Temperance Brennan and her team, that someway or another ended up working with FBI special agent Booth in solving crimes where the main clue is less that a fleshed corpse, more like bones (whether the whole skeleton or just a few pieces).
The storyline is intriguing and really enjoyable, the character are well developed and one usually can feel identified by them. We Dr. Brennan a cold and practical woman on the outside that hides her sensibility because of her family history, we aloe have Booth a funny man that actually cares about Brennan *is reaaaaaally cute at those times* and trying to make amends. On Brennan’s team is her best friend Angela (she is an artist and is in charge of the face drawing and the simulator- you will know when you see , her assistant Zack (a genius who is doing his PhD while working for Brennan) and Dr. Hudgins (the funny bug-man who is a conspiracy lover)
I really liked this show, in the way of how they solve the crimes is really interesting although sometimes the end of the episodes can be predictable, altogether make this a nice and sometimes graphic (some victims are horrible) show.
Until next week