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free read Snømannen ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ The next thrilling installment in the Harry Hole seriesThe night the first snow falls a young boy wakes to find his mother gone He walks through the silent house but finds only wet footprints on the stairs In the garden looms a solitary figure a snowman bathed in cold moonlight its Icions are confirmed he is a pawn in a deadly game For the first time in his career Harry finds himself confronted with a serial killer operating on his turf a killer who will drive him to the brink of insanity A brilliant thriller with a pace that never lets up The Snowman confirms Jo Nesbø's position as an international star of crime ficti. 25 to 3 starsEh I know I have mentioned something along these lines in my previous Jo NesboHarry Hole reviews but I feel like he writes to intentionally confuse the reader – and I am not sure it is in a good way Sure we all love to be pulled into the complicated web of a mystery But when things get so out there and are going is so many directions that you cannot keep up any it is no longer funIf I were to diagram this book I would put some big fairly straightforward plot points I was able to keep track of at the top – nice straight arrows linking them But I am reminded of the anecdote where the duck calmly moves along the surface of the water but its feet are going crazy below Underneath the main plot points are hundreds of random plot points scanning various different time frames and linking to each other in very bizarre ways The points and arrows in this area would end up looking like a plate of spaghetti and meatballsYour response to this might be”Matthew well you just are not smart enough to understand all the intricacies” Perhaps but I have read other intricate mysteries and have stayed interested and aware of what was going on with little to no confusion So there is just something about the way that Nesbo writes that just loses meAlso while I don’t mind sexual content in the book if it moves the plot some of the random references in this book were uite extreme and seemed to be there to shock than anything else I can give them a little leeway for developing the personality of a couple of characters but still seemed a bit much In the end they didn’t bother me but you may want to proceed cautiously if they might bother youI will say that the main plot points were interesting and enjoyable to follow Also once I got everything sorted out in my head it led up to a pretty decent climax “Why continue with the series” you ask Well someone gave me book 8 in the series The Leopard a few years ago and I have been working my way up to it I haven’t minded going through the series a few of the books have been pretty enjoyable but I am not sure I would have stuck with it if I did not have the goal of book 8

Jo Nesbø ã 6 review

S his mother's pink scarf Inspector Harry Hole is convinced there is a link between the disappearance and a menacing letter he received some months earlier As Harry and his team delve into unsolved case files they discover that an alarming number of wives and mothers have gone missing over the years When a second woman disappears Harry's susp. 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 mysterythriller 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 about the book I read and liked and I have a chance to respond and I also love commas anyway I’m going to start responding by saying “Man that book was beyond fine” Ask me what I thought about Jo Nesbo’s The Snowman Go ahead I’ll pause here and give you a chance to ask Oh I’m glad you asked I thought this book was beyond fine A solid four stars I don’t know five stars would be Maybe extraordinarily beyond fine Exceptionally beyond fine Incrementally beyond fine The Snowman is beyond fine This is the seventh book in the Harry Hole series and it’s the first book I’ve read but I never really felt lost or confused There are some references to prior events and characters but things are explained well You can read this one without starting with The Bat I hear The Bat isn’t all that great anyway It’s below fine I guess Nesbo weaves together a very intense page turner with characters that matter and twists that actually make you pause and drop the book for a sec before you can continue I blew through the second half of the book In fact I woke up early this morning just so I could read the end of the story and I am not a morning person Thank God for coffee Can I get an amenI’m excited for the movie I’m excited to read Nesbo I was pleasantly surprised by how much I was caught up in this thing and the ending did not disappoint Oh and on a side note I liked all of Nesbo’s music references He threw out names like Ryan Adams and Gillian Welch He’s got good taste Well he mentioned Slipknot a few times too so maybe not Check this one out Let’s hope the movie is just as good Or at least beyond fine

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SnømannenThe next thrilling installment in the Harry Hole seriesThe night the first snow falls a young boy wakes to find his mother gone He walks through the silent house but finds only wet footprints on the stairs In the garden looms a solitary figure a snowman bathed in cold moonlight its black eyes glaring up at the bedroom windows Round its neck i. 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 of wits in a macabre story with numerous twists My re read confirms to me that this is one of the better books in the series although The Redbreast is my favourite Looking forward to seeing the film Many thanks to Random House Vintage for an ARC