Dong Woo Kim Woo Kim itibaren Radysy, Polonya
Beklediğimden çok daha iyi. Batılılardan nefret ediyorum, ama bu ayar dışında bu kategoriye uymuyor. Temelde tüm kitap "Dışarı çıkmışlar, bir grup Meksikalı / Kızılderiliyi katletmişler, kasabaya gitmişler ve yeri çöpe atmışlar, öldürmüşler, tecavüz etmişler, yağmalanmışlar, birileri tükürmüşler, tekrar dışarı çıkmışlar ..." tekrar tekrar, mucizevi bir şekilde çalıştı.
I liked this book a lot. It's a murder mystery set in Denver. Detective Jane Perry is coming off a high-profile case where the Stover family died due to a car bombing right in front of her, and she was powerless to stop it. Besides that, Jane is an alcoholic trying to recover from the abuse from her father. Now she's drawn into another murder case: 9-year-old Emily Lawrence's parents are murdered right in front of her and she's the murderer's next victim. I felt the plot moved really well and I read it quickly because I wanted to see who the killer was. I liked Jane and Emily together, I especially felt Emily was a believable character. But their "psychic" connection should have been foreshadowed sooner. It would have been interesting to see them both become aware of their connection together, instead of on the last pages of the novel. I felt there was too many extraneous story lines, like the one about Jane's brother Mike, his meeting Lisa, his AA meetings and finding God, and the one about the DARE detective Ron. There were a lot of clues pointing to the murderer throughout the book, and as a reader, I made the connection between the Stover's child and Emily Lawrence right away, I'm not sure why the author drew that out so long. I would recommend this book. It's a quick read.
this book requires a lot of the reader but the payoff makes it MORE than worthwhile.