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☆ Read ß Snømannen by Jo Nesbø ☆ if this had been the first book i d read of the series, it would also be the last the other end she exclaimed, removing her hands from her face we ll have to begin at the other end in bergen no, harry whispered with the last air he had left in his lungs bergen s not an end could you he looked up at her saw her dark eyes fill with tears IT S MY PERIOD, she whispered.
honestly i m amazed i bothered to finish i was completely unable to get lost in the characters or believe they could be real people snippets like the excerpt above just tell me the author believes very driven women who put themselves through law school and later work their way through a mostly male police force would use menstruation as a crutch couple t 2 StarsI am just not a Jo Nesbo fan I m sorry I tried I read The Bat thought well that was dull and confusing Then everyone was saying don t judge the series by the first two novels Jump ahead it gets soooo good So I was like, I will jump so far ahead I will go straight for the book they deemed so good that they made it into a bloody movie And all I can say is a resounding meh That s right it was meh very meh.
The story follows our functioning alcoholic detective Harry Hole I m using the word detective quite liberally here because there seems to be flailing on his part and less actual detecting I do not understand why he is compared to the cautious and meticulous mind of Hercule Poirot or the brilliant and keen eye of Sherlock Holmes He is basically how I imagine most cops in real life to be which is completely useless He doesn t solve shit all inste Internationally Acclaimed Crime Writer Jo Nesb S Antihero Police Investigator, Harry Hole, Is Back In A Bone Chilling Thriller That Will Take Hole To The Brink Of Insanity Oslo In November The First Snow Of The Season Has Fallen A Boy Named Jonas Wakes In The Night To Find His Mother Gone Out His Window, In The Cold Moonlight, He Sees The Snowman That Inexplicably Appeared In The Yard Earlier In The Day Around Its Neck Is His Mother S Pink Scarf Hole Suspects A Link Between A Menacing Letter He S Received And The Disappearance Of Jonas S Mother And Of Perhaps A Dozen Other Women, All Of Whom Went Missing On The Day Of A First Snowfall As His Investigation Deepens, Something Else Emerges He Is Becoming A Pawn In An Increasingly Terrifying Game Whose Rules Are Devised And Constantly Revised By The KillerFiercely Suspenseful, Its Characters Brilliantly Realized, Its Atmosphere Permeated With Evil, The Snowman Is The Electrifying Work Of One Of The Best Crime Writers Of Our Time If you like a complicated plot with a lot of characters and many twists and turns, here s the book for you Nesbo, a Norwegian author, is one of the Scandinavian noir mystery police detective writers This book is one of a dozen he has written featuring the police detective Harry Hole Nesbo is obviously a brilliant guy Consider that he is also a professional rock musician and song writer, and that as an economics major he has been a stockbroker and journalist Until sidelined by an injury, he was a professional footballer soccer On to the story in peaceful Norway, for years now, after the first snowfall of the season, someone builds a snowman in the yard of a woman and then shortly brutalizes and kills her Sometimes body parts and personal items are found in the snowman The perpetrator he she is obviously Intense I loved it I really really liked the authors writing style It was detailed, unique, and very intricate I was googling stuff left and right Lol I can t wait for the movie with Michael Fassbender Yum So I can t remember if I m watching TV or maybe I m listening to some NPR podcast or something, but I hear about this movie called The Snowman directed by the same guy who did Let the Right One In and based on a novel by this Jo Nesbo dude Hey Jo Nesbo I know that name I ve seen his books floating around on Goodreads I ve seen people I know, love, and respect reading, loving, and recommending his books But I found myself in a bit of a dilemma I started thinking about all the other times I ve tried to read a mystery thriller book from a series Patterson, Coben, that Girl with the Dragon Tattoo guy, Connelly, etc I always start strong, but those books have never really done it for me They re fine, but they never really go beyond fine I like books that are beyond fine In fact, from now on, when I really like a book, and someone asks me what I thought abou PERCH SPARISCONO QUELLI CHE TORNANO Se non avessi visto il trailer del film uscito in questi giorni, che mette insieme Michael Fassbender protagonista e Tomas Alfredson regista, un abbinata da brividi, probabilmente non avrei letto questo romanzo.
Tanto pi che ho scoperto essere la settima avventura del commissario Harry Hole, nel frattempo arrivate a undici.
E invece, l ho preso, iniziato, e letto In quarantotto ore Cio , divorato ho letto sette otto ore al giorno Meno male che era un weekend Anzi, no, non lo era, mi sono preso un luned libero per finirlo.
Una sequela di clich , a cominciare dal serial killer il solito serial killer , proseguendo per il poliziotto dilaniato dai suoi demoni incarnati nel vizio di bere il solito poliziotto , l a impossibile il solito a Here s the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you re a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn t care less about the distinction the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism in short, whether you re reading Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell, or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course, ennui is imbued into the populace as it is also reflected in the works of prominent Russian writers Anna Karenina comes to mind Just as we continue to struggle here in the States with our history of slavery and the resulting racial tensions, so do Europe and Sc
I was invited to read The Snowman by the publisher, prior to its release in cinemas in October 2017, and have given an honest review in exchange.
As a little girl I used to love the first snowfall of winter, and the fun that accompanied it, like sledging down hills with complete abandon and snowball fights, but best of all was building a snowman Great effort went into making this little guy look good a borrowed cap and scarf from dad a few buttons from mum s sewing box however, the snowman in Jo Nesbo s thriller doesn t have such pleasant connotations, on the contrary, it elicits feelings of abject terror November in Oslo, and the first snowfall of the year covers the gloomy landscape A young boy discovers his mother missing and ventures outdoors to look for her, but all he finds is his mother s pink scarf wrapped around a snowman in the front yard that appeared my This is a re read for me, it is the 7th in the Harry Hole series set in Oslo, Norway It is now a major film with Michael Fassbender as Harry, I admit to being intrigued to see how this novel translates into this movie We have the usual gloomy and downbeat portrayal of Norway, its weather and its people A young boy finds his mother missing and goes outside There he finds a snowman has appeared, adorned with a scarf belonging to his mother Oslo police have Harry investigate with his new partner, Katrine Bratt As Harry digs into the case, it emerges there are eleven missing women through the years and not a body to be found Harry concludes that there is a serial killer on the loose, an analysis that his superiors dismiss That is until Harry gets a letter from the killer looking to lock horns with him And so ensues a battle