Erbarmen - Thriller ebook by Jussi Adler-Olsen, Hannes Thiess. Erbarmen · Thriller. by Jussi Adler-Olsen and 1 more. series Carl Mørck #1 Und dann kam die. Editorial Reviews. Review.»Sehr rasanter Krimi, den man nicht mehr weglegen kann.« Jussi Adler-Olsen (Author), Hannes Thiess (Translator). Jussi Adler-Olsen is Denmark's #1 crime writer and a New York Times bestseller. Erbarmen. Carl Mørck (Series). Book 1. Jussi Adler-Olsen Author Hannes.
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Ik ga boeken 3 en 4 nog wel een kans geven, want die schijnen de beste uit de Begonnen in dit boek "De vrouw in de kooi" van Jussi Adler-Olsen , maar het greep me tot nu toe nog helemaal niet. Ik ga boeken 3 en 4 nog wel een kans geven, want die schijnen de beste uit de reeks te zijn.
Een goed geschreven whodunnit met een interessante zaak, maar ik vond het personage van rechercheur Carl gelijk al vervelend en ongeloofwaardig. Daarnaast wordt al snel duidelijk wie de dader is en ik vind het juist leuk als je als lezer op het verkeerde been wordt gezet of als er onverwachte plotwendingen zijn. Scandi crime has much much better writers to offer, don't waste your time.
The bitter, alienated hero, Carl Morck, hates Spring because it doesn't last. His emotional states are limited to hatred, disgust and self-pity. He has a Syrian immigrant assistant who claims his name is Hafez al-Assad. Carl is assigned to head up Department Q: The case he chooses involves the disappearance, 5 years earlier, of a young, female politician.
The reader will spot the villain early on, and from then on it's a matter of gathering the clues and the flashes of intuition. And now a word about audiobooks. In general, audiobooks are extremely well done, with a few exceptions I've come across. But there one annoying practice I wish they'd quit doing. That is, when characters are speaking in a language other than English, the reader seems obliged to read the dialog in a foreign accent. And when he's voicing Assad, speaking Danish with an Arabic accent, he sounds exactly like Count Dracula.
I wish they'd stop with the foreign accents.
When people are speaking in their native language, be it Danish or Arabic, they don't have an accent. It's not as if all the people in Denmark speak accented English, so why do it in the audiobook?
Crime fiction can be dark. That is to be expected. And Scandinavian crime fiction probably tends to be especially dark.
A culture that spends an inordinate of time without enough sunlight may well end up being dark, or at least be susceptible to having dark elements. But this book, which is apparently the first in a popular series, is horribly dark Carl Mork, a homicide detective in Copenhagen, is, for political reasons, shunted into a basement office with a stack of cold cases to solve.
This is Crime fiction can be dark. This is ostensibly a promotion, but, in reality, Mork has been shunted aside following his role in a disaster in which one of his colleagues was killed and another paralyzed.
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He starts working on one of the files, the disappearance of a politician five years earlier. She is presumed to be dead, only it turns out that she is not. The book is well written, and it makes for a fairly compelling read. But the underlying premise regarding the state of the missing politician is extremely sadistic, and almost ridiculously unbelievable. I had a hard time accepting the situation, and, at the same time, was extremely uncomfortable with the physical and psychological brutality it depicted.
The Keeper of Lost Causes may be a prime example of a certain genre. I couldn't finish this book, not because the writing itself was bad, but because the perspective was bad. True, this is a Scandinavian mystery, with one very important difference. There are NO women in it at least as far as I got into the book before I put it down in disgust.
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No female buddy cop, nor administrator, nor passing forensic team member. O I couldn't finish this book, not because the writing itself was bad, but because the perspective was bad. Okay, there are two important women.
One who gets kidnapped and locked in a room, and one who is the main character's ex wife, who naggingly stalks him by phone and wants to open a gallery though apparently she has no idea how to handle finances. There are also two female side characters.
Two secretaries who the main character repeatedly refers to as "the blonde" and "the brunette" though he has supposedly worked with both of them for more than a year. I have a feeling that all these male characters would end up quite interesting and deep and the plot of the novel would be worthwhile, but this novel fails like a house made of paper for phallocentrism and I can't abide it.
I'm giving this a low rating partly because of the poor writing and partly because of plot elements that beggar belief. Detective Superintendent Carl Morck is recovering from PTSD brought on when an unexpected attack left one of his officers dead and the other a paraplegic. Carl blames himself for not bring quicker on the draw. Carl is now back on duty at the Copenhagen PD. The solution the brass has come up with is to put him in charge of a new department, Q, with only one employee, Carl.
Depar I'm giving this a low rating partly because of the poor writing and partly because of plot elements that beggar belief. Department Q is charged with cold cases. After a somewhat somnolent few days on the job, Carl fastens on the case of a missing politician.
Through some adroit maneuvering, Carl acquires an assistant not a cop who is a Syrian refugee Hassan al Assad. Carl and Assad make an odd team but they get their man. I skimmed through some of the grotesquerie and wouldn't have finished the book if it hadn't been chosen for the Mystery Book Club. I've been reading too much Nordic Noir because I'm starting to think that it's fairly usual for a Scandinavian family to keep a woman locked up in their basement. This book allows its curmudgeonly police detective to describe his Arab a I've been reading too much Nordic Noir because I'm starting to think that it's fairly usual for a Scandinavian family to keep a woman locked up in their basement.
No female characters are shown in any other light. So although the pages kept turning I'd rather have the whole mess gone from my head as soon as possible. Nov 19, Edward A. It should have had the first pages edited down. Someone should have told author that he's a racist and he doesn't know how to write the character of Assad as anything more than a stereotype. That's not how it works. And during the hug Carl complains about the mans smell. He's a shitty person.
I gave it two stars because the ignorance kept interrupting the plot. I wouldn't say the book has no merit. It is a smooth enough read. However, it is one with a fairly typical tough guy as a protagonist but with a much less predictable sidekick.
On the whole the story is not really credible though, and the writing is basically handicraft. You might want to pick it up from an airport book exchange or the cheap box of a second hand shop, but for the full cover price I recommend you get something else, for example any book by Nesbo if Nordic crime is your thing.
This is a two-star review for the audiobook , which, for reasons unknown to me, uses Danish accents for all of the characters, despite the fact that the book has been translated from Danish into English.
In the original, I assume, these Danes are speaking Danish with Danish accents—if that's a thing in its mother tongue , so I was distracted by this throughout. Wasn't that bad though; you do want to read it to the end once you get started, but it leaves you a bit 'meh' Either I have the mind of a psychotic Scandinavian, or this book is incredibly predictable. Jammer hoe een verhaal met potentie door een vervelende schrijfstijl bijna onleesbaar wordt.
Ik vond het verhaal interessant genoeg, wat ervoor gezorgd heeft dat ik het boek uitgelezen heb. Maar ik ging me steeds meer ergeren aan de schrijfstijl en de zogenaamd grappige manier waarop de karakters worden neergezet.
Hoofdpersoon Carl is een ongemotiveerde zeur, die niet eens de ballen heeft om te scheiden van zijn vrouw, omdat zij dat blijkbaar niet wil. Hij doet zijn werk met zoveel tegenzin en z Jammer hoe een verhaal met potentie door een vervelende schrijfstijl bijna onleesbaar wordt. Hij doet zijn werk met zoveel tegenzin en zo weinig motivatie dat ik in de loop van het boek dacht: Hij heeft een traumatische gebeurtenis meegemaakt, die hem schijnbaar amper aan heeft gegrepen en die hij en passant nog even gebruikt voor een versierpoging.
Daarnaast gebruikt de schrijver naar mijn smaak veel te uitgebreide omschrijvingen voor allerlei personen en gebeurtenissen, die misschien grappig bedoeld zijn, maar voor mij de aandacht compleet van het verhaal afleiden. Aangezien deze persoon verder helemaal niet in het boek voorkomt, vind ik dat hier veel te veel aandacht aan geschonken is. Ik had gehoopt dat dit een fijne misdaadserie zou zijn, maar ik vrees dat ik niet verder kom dan dit eerste deel.
Ik heb het gevoel alsof de schrijver zich wilde onderscheiden van het gewone Scandinavische misdaadgenre, maar dat genre doet het juist zo goed door de pure schrijfstijl. A trying read There's large amounts of padding and the story is stretched massively, there's no real headway made with the case until about half way through the book.
You get the irrelevance of the main characters ex attempting to open an art gallery during this crime novel. The main character lacks any real investigative power and his glorified janitor does the majority of the work for them.
I correctly figured out the murderer long before the characters had any clue who the perpetrator was and A trying read There's large amounts of padding and the story is stretched massively, there's no real headway made with the case until about half way through the book. I correctly figured out the murderer long before the characters had any clue who the perpetrator was and their motive was ridiculous.
The finale was also dragged out painfully, the entire last quarter of the book is the resolution. Felt real promising at first, but then shifted into this odd territory of, I don't know, torture that is so over the top as to just be goofy.
The mystery itself was poorly done, early on I jokingly thought to myself that it must be THIS person No one feels like a full character, Merete is just tortured for the duration of the book for basically no reason, the motive is so nuts as to not really work as a motive. I'm also concerned about possibilities for Adler-Olsen's oth Felt real promising at first, but then shifted into this odd territory of, I don't know, torture that is so over the top as to just be goofy.
I'm also concerned about possibilities for Adler-Olsen's other books, because I was talking about this one with my mother and it took us a few minutes to realize we hadn't read the same novel December Readers also enjoyed.
About Jussi Adler-Olsen. Jussi Adler-Olsen. Jussi Adler-Olsen is a Danish author who began to write novels in the s after a comprehensive career as publisher, editor, film composer for the Valhalla cartoon and as a bookseller.
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Not only do the two characters have personality differences but the cultural differences as well lead to some entertaining reading. This is ostensibly a promotion, but, in reality, Mork has been shunted aside following his role in a disaster in which one of his colleagues was killed and another paralyzed.
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