Ebook The Blackhouse: The Lewis Trilogy (The Lewis Trilogy, 1)


Excellent roman tr s bien crit Ayant v cu un peu sur cette le j ai eu le plaisir de pouvoir me rep rer et me retrouver dans ce beau paysSes descriptions du paysage et du temps sont tr s justes L histoire elle m me est passionnante Heureusement pour les non anglophones ces livres sont aussi traduits en fran ais Mais notez bien u il faut les lire dans le bon ordre Ce premier volet de la trilogie est passionnant tout comme les deux autres romans Tous est parfait la description des les cossaises est parfaite On est embaru en cosse diff rentes p riodes et on s y croirait O les meurtres ici Servent De Pr Texte Une de pr texte une couverte celle ue fait un homme sur son pass l alternance de la narration la premi re et la troisi me personnes est un habile moyen de nous faire entrer dans l univers tortur et complexe du personnage principal les descriptions des paysages de l atmosph re et des personnages sont expressives et vivantes le style est franc incisif direct bref un moment de lecture jouissif dommage ue a s arr te The descriptions of the Lewis scenery are wonderful accounts of life in the islands an eye opener and the characters really believable I loved them as children And to crown it all it was a ood story The majority of reviewers of The Blackhouse rate it four or five stars and it is very easy to see why The descriptions of the Outer Hebrides are very atmospheric if rather bleak and it is easy to visualise the various locations mentioned in the story The plot is cleverly told in the first person when the central character Detective Inspector Finn Macleod is recounting his childhood on the Isle of Lewis and in the third person when dealing with the investigation into the recent murder that brought him back to the islandHowever there into the recent murder that brought him back to the islandHowever there aspects of the novel that I found less enjoyable There are long passages describing various aspects of life on the islands which no doubt are uite realistic but some which I found particularly unsettling eg the descriptions of how young annets are caught and killed I also felt that the plot lost its way at. BOOK ONE IN THE MILLION SELLING LEWIS TRILOGYA SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER A RICHARD & JUDY PICK WINNER OF THE USA'S BARRY AWARD FOR BEST NOVEL OF THE YEARPETER MAY THE MAN WHO BROUGHT MURDER TO THE OUTER HEBRIDES 'One of the best regarded crime series of recent years' IndependentA brutal ,

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The Blackhouse: The Lewis Trilogy (The Lewis Trilogy, 1)

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Crus histoire sans interet Pas du tout ce ue je m attendais Oui bon On se prend au jeu de l auteur et sans doute on On se prend au jeu de l auteur et sans doute on en r jouit On voudra en relire Normal car on apprend des choses Mais reste voir si ce roman se d maruera des autres Excellent book Easy to read the writing flows Peter May s books are well worth reading This five star book is than a crimepolicemystery story so much It is a joy to read and the author takes you with the characters every step of the way It begins with a troubled newly bereaved policeman being sent from urban Edinburgh back to Lewis the isle of his childhood He is to act as the liaison the link between the mainlanders and the Gaelic speaking natives Along the way we learn about the life of the policeman on the island whilst he unravels the solution to the murder This is beautifully done to the extent the history could stand alone But of course the past informs and causes the present A brilliant piece of writing I look forward eagerly to the seuel This book elevates the crime story to award winning literatureor it should When one has finished a perfectly mediocre book it s a profound relief to find the next one a pleasure to read The Black House points on many levels relief to find the next one a pleasure to read The Black House points on many levels Peter May is an accomplished storyteller I expected to read a classic murder mystery but this novel is much than that In fact the murder investigation plays second fiddle and is merely there to enable the author to delve into his hero s past It s a tale full of uiet melancholy as Finn s reminiscences force him to see the child he was and the way fate delivered blows which made him the adult he is I found the author adept at recreating both the happiness and angst of childhood and the inevitable nostalgia they ive rise to once the character has become a rown up and has to think back on all the defining moments of his life when he took a path that it might have been better to avoid The landscape is masterfully depicted and the characters utterly believable A tale that is both moving and cruel and that won t leave you indifferent. Ks within the close knit island community Something sinisterA TRAPAs Fin investigates old skeletons begin to surface and soon he the hunter becomes the hunted LOVED THE BLACKHOUSERead book 2 in the Lewis trilogy THE LEWIS MAN LOVE PETER MAY Buy his latest frontlist thriller A SILENT DEA. ,

Times with too little focus on the actual investigation of the murder and too much on the back story of Finn Macleod DI Fin MACLEOD RETURNS FROM EDINBURGH TO THE returns from Edinburgh to the back story of Finn Macleod DI Fin Macleod returns from Edinburgh to the island his birth to investigate the possible link between two murders He meets old friends and old adversaries and is forced to address issues that have remained unresolved or even hidden for seventeen yearsThis book is a Mix Of Genres And Took of enres and took while to Body by Darwin: How Evolution Shapes Our Health and Transforms Medicine get into for that reason The murder investigation is a contemporary story written in the third person It reads like most otherood crime novels of today But Fin s back story while being integral to the investigation is told via the first person and at a slower reflective pace I found these switches a little disorienting to start with which is the main reason I Blue Guide gave it four starts instead of fiveI was recommended to read this in preparation for a trip to the Outer Hebrides And for this it worked very wel I love aood bit of Tartan Noir and The Blackhouse did not disappointWritten in two tenses the book throws you back and forth so put you fully in the picture of how life was and how life has come to be for the main protagonist FinThe author is very descriptive in his writing but it made me feel fully invested into the characters there lives and the island It was as if I was there with them Although overly descriptive prose is not to everyone s likingAs someone who is looking to move to the Hebrides next year I absolutely loved the entle introduction and explanation of Gaelic language A language I will endeavour to et a rip of despite it s unusual spelling and pronunciationThe story moves uickly and soon you become engrossed in the plot and just can t put your Kindle downNo spoilers here but lets just say as soon as I finished The BlackHouse I went straight into Book 2 The Lewis Man as I just had to know what was happening Premier d une s rie de 3 ue je recommandeAttention Le niveau d anglais est plut t d autres livres sont plus faciles lire On me l avait recommand Je n ai lu ue la moiti D tails macabres caract res. Illing takes place on the Isle of Lewis Scotland a land of harsh beauty and inhabitants of deep rooted faithA MURDERDetective Inspector Fin Macleod is sent from Edinburgh to investigate For Lewis born Macleod the case represents a journey both home and into his pastA SECRETSomething lur. ,


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