[EBOOK READ] In Malice uite Close
Locas yI am afraid to pick up another book too soon after this one for fear that it might be much like chasing a fine wine with a pasty toothbrush letting it linger a bit seems far attractive I will say admittedly that I was contemplating moving on to another book a bit after the initial excitement had faded what a mistake that would have been The story here is great and full of savory characters and exciting twists but the language here is the real winner I praise Brandi Lynn Ryder for her absolute command of the English language and conseuently my full and floral imagination If I could write like this I would exhaust myself to death by pen I sometimes underline passages from books that I find particularly impressive or poetic but with this book ordering a copy entirely in underline might be appropriate Brava Bien fait Book moved from repulsive sections to fascinating sections I would just decide to stop reading when a engaging section would start In general though could not recommend and didn t even retain for the annual book sale My copy was left in a pensione in Florence This is one for those who like a little thinking with their suspense It is a literary commercial crossover book which just means that it s a page turned filled with characters that have been fleshed out to the point whereou get to know them and they stay with Smoking Lovely you long afterou finish the bookFilled with interesting characters plots twists and even out loud moments where ou go OMG I love it when a book can do that to me There are tons of great reviews out there for In Malice uite Close I won t rehash the obvious I ll just give this one two thumbs way up And I ll keep an eye on the Bestsellers lists because I m sure we ll see it there soon enough 5 stars audio2 drawn out stars story I don t even know how to review this book It is multi layered and not straight forward in any way Ultimately I believe the author is using the complex characters in the book to dispel the idea of truth being the only reality when truth does not necessarily exist except in the mind of the interpreter It is a disturbing story that is artfully told I honestly could not put the book down In fact like art interpretation is very personal
#And Represents A Culmination #represents a culmination a person s experiences Kind of like a Rorschach test only using than ink *Blots The Twists And Turns The Book *The twists and turns the book was intriguing and the at last dizzying when coming so fast As one character points out humans love riddles and will obsess over them Life is full of unsolved mysteries that plague me ears later The author created an enigmatic character Giselle that nobody really knew except
in bits and pieces Even when combined in one room those bits and bits and pieces Even when combined in one room those bits and did not uite make up the entire woman She was a riddle that became and obsession for manyThe content and the story is very well planned and executed leaving the disturbing aspects eclipsed by the novel itself The mysteries kept me turning the pages because I wanted to know the answers to the riddles which kept revealing riddles This on. A sophisticated mystery debut in which priceless art and unspeakable desires convergeWhen French expatriate Tristan Mourault becomes enad with fifteen ear old Karen Miller he rescues her from her working class circumstances and stages her deat. Oss right now to properly express how much I love this novel It s so rich with the exploration of the meaning of art of objectification of beauty of obsession So closely woven together with the meaning of truth and lies of psychology of human relationships of mistakes and conseuences I could see myself happily writing a paper exploring any one of these topics and based off of this novel If ou loved this book then boy do I have the book for ou OThis is a bad retelling of the book Lolita It s very similar to that classic and as such it just can t hold a candle It s actually so similar and tight a retelling that I m amazed it wasn t put in the book blurb The author flips things around or
Delays Them And The Murder Is Different them and the murder is different still It s uite similar from the journal start to most everythingThug Notes summery of Lolita the Ryder just can t compare The changes she makes are odd and don t really help the book either For example she tries to make Tristan to be likeable And she fails One of the uncomfortable things about Lolita is how the author is able to make ou feel bad for Humbert and Ryder doesn t have an inkling on how he did thatBasically this book is in multiple VPs and Lolita isn t That s the crux of why Tristan would never be considered likeable No one truly like Humbert but the author controls Under Grand Hotel, Volume 02 your POV so well in Lolita that he doesn t giveou the chance to see from others perspectives nor does he hid what the pervert does he has Humbert rationalize it allOne uggy scene In Lolita Has Them Humbert Lolita has them Humbert Lolita having sex not in detail mind ou in a cottage one the first time he has her He tries to put her to sleep with sleeping pills and he explains how this was for her own good Then he says that they didn t work but it s okay because she wasn t a virginThe reader knows that s a load of croak but we also know Humbert believes it and having only one POV a highly unreliable one at that makes it hard not to kinda sorta understand That s the strength of Lolita and this book totally misses the markThe other thing was that most of his choices simply don t make sense Karen was far older that Delores who was 12 at the time so it *made sense to keep the father daughter thing *sense to keep the father daughter thing on Karen was almost 16 Why keep up the pretenseIf he was so rich why not just fake an ID for her If she wouldn t be working then why does she need a SSI I can think of absolutely no reason what so ever that she d need to assume the life of his dead daughterWhy did she marry Luke I don t understand that I know it was probably for the daughter but that still doesn t make any sense It was the 1980s not the 1920s Unwed mothers weren t all that rare back then Why would he not move them away from suspicious people and why move to WashingtonNone of it made any sense I won this book on goodreads from Viking and I am very thankful The first chapter will get ou hooked I would highly suggest this book All of the lies and betrayls are mixed with what the characters think love is A great book that kept me guessing until the very end. E Tristan's carefully curated world begins to crumble Set against a byzantine backdrop of greed artifice and manipulation with tantalizing echoes of Lolita In Malice uite Close keeps its most devastating secrets right up until the very last pa.