The Redbreast

The Redbreast Jo Nesbø
  • Title: The Redbreast
  • Author: Jo Nesbø
  • ISBN: 9780062068422
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Redbreast Jo Nesbø The Redbreast Detective Harry Hole embarrassed the force and for his sins he s been reassigned to mundane surveillance tasks Butwhile monitoring neo Nazi activities in Oslo Hole is inadvertently drawn into a myst
    Detective Harry Hole embarrassed the force, and for his sins he s been reassigned to mundane surveillance tasks Butwhile monitoring neo Nazi activities in Oslo, Hole is inadvertently drawn into a mystery with deep roots in Norway sdark past, when members of the government willinglycollaborated with Nazi Germany More than sixty years later,this black mark won t wash away Detective Harry Hole embarrassed the force, and for his sins he s been reassigned to mundane surveillance tasks Butwhile monitoring neo Nazi activities in Oslo, Hole is inadvertently drawn into a mystery with deep roots in Norway sdark past, when members of the government willinglycollaborated with Nazi Germany More than sixty years later,this black mark won t wash away and disgraced oldsoldiers who once survived a brutal Russian winter arebeing murdered, one by one Now, with only a stained and guilty conscience to guide him, an angry, alcoholic, error prone policeman must make his way safely past the trapsand mirrors of a twisted criminal mind For a conspiracy is taking rapid and hideous shape around Hole and Norway s darkest hour may be still to come.
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    About Jo Nesbø


    1. Jo Nesb is a bestselling Norwegian author and musician He was born in Oslo and grew up in Molde Nesb graduated from the Norwegian School of Economics with a degree in economics Nesb is primarily famous for his crime novels about Detective Harry Hole, but he is also the main vocals and songwriter for the Norwegian rock band Di Derre In 2007 Nesb also released his first children s book, Doktor Proktors Prompepulver.Series Harry Hole Doktor Proktor


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    1. The Redbreast is actually the third of Jo Nesb s detective novels featuring the alcoholic Harry Hole who is on the wagon for most of this particular novel , but alas, it was the first to be translated into English Nevertheless, it works fine as a standalone, though the impact of one particular event might have been greater had we been able to read about the character in the two previous novels Anyway back to The Redbreast, which involves Nazis, both Old Skoole and Neo , a couple of touching love [...]

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    2. Jo Nesbo ups his game Way up.The third of Nesbo s Harry Hole novels, this one published in 2000 In my review of the second novel, Cockroaches, I opined that as good a writer as Nesbo is, his best work lay in the future.Every now and then I am right about something and this time I was, The Redbreast is head and shoulders above his previous two books This is inspired, confident and mature almost as if he were shrugging off his Journeyman title and moving towards the ranks of master writer.And The [...]

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    3. Here s the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you re a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn t care less about the distinction the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism in short, whether you re reading Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell, or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course, [...]

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    5. There might be spoilers in the comments because this is one of those books you ll want to talk about with friends.I have it on good authority waves at Thomas that Harry Hole s last name doesn t rhyme with goal But who are we kidding We re gonna laugh and snicker every time I mention Harry Hole in this review so go ahead and get it out of your systems Harry Hole BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA Sorry to anybody I may have offended by being a dumb American Speaking of being a dumb American, some of you might remem [...]

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    6. Jo Nesbo may be the best Scandinavian crime fiction writer going these days He s created in Detective Harry Hole an interesting, deeply flawed protagonist who may remind American readers of Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch The Redbreast is the third novel to feature Hole, and it s a complex story that moves back and forth between the Second World War and the turn of the Twenty First Century In the earlier action, a group of Norwegian soldiers are fighting for Hitler s Germany on the Eastern Front [...]

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    7. According to alone, 7800 people gave this on average, 3.8 stars.I should have liked this, but to be honest it was a struggle for me to even finish.The story seems fractured, moving as it does, between two different time periods, the latter days of WWII and present day Oslo.Nesbo writes with the kind of authority that assumes every reader would be familiar with the history of Norway and why Norwegians were mixed up with the Germans on the Eastern Front I kept looking, lo these many pages, for a c [...]

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    8. With Harry Hole focussing his attention on Norwegian soil, Nesb brings the third book in the series to the writer s attention After a heroic act during a political summit, Hole is promoted to inspector and moved to the POT, a security directorate In his new role, Hole begins an investigation into rumours that a high powered rifle has been brought into the country and may be used in an assassination attempt of some sort Working in conjunction with his former partner, Ellen, they discover that all [...]

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    9. 7 10 There s nothing wrong with this Scandinavian crime thriller, possibly the most popular of its category in recent years Yet its technical achievements pacing, characterization, research, atmosphere, etc may have been what kept me being fully emotionally involved in the story With a few exceptions of great character sketches, the story felt contrived and to clever for its own good I would even go so far as call the plot forgettable if it were not for the numerous flashbacks to the World War I [...]

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    10. First off, there would never be a main character in an American mystery novel called Harry Hole, unless it was a crime solving porn star, but it seems to work just fine, for this Norway based police officer Harry is a tough, complex, hard drinking cop, who may have discovered a possible assassination attempt.I am not going to reveal very much here, because one of the joys of reading this terrific Scandinavian thriller, was never knowing where this baby was going It s a very ambitious novel, span [...]

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    12. I m quitting after four chapters There have been four different scenes, a couple dozen characters and at least two dates out of time sequentially I HATE books written this way Hate them I already don t remember the characters I don t remember which character goes with which scene I don t want the first chapter preview of things yet to come Mysteries are supposed to have confusing plots, not generate confusion by having the chapters in random order I m done with books written this way and authors [...]

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    14. I m reading this series in order this is the third book featuring Norwegian detective Harry Hole Unlike many reviewers, I loved the writing in the first two books There, much of Nesb s attention was drawn to the challenge of characterizing the cultural underbelly of Australia and Thailand THE REDBREAST is unquestionably different ambitious, with a wider assemblage of characters, carefully calibrated tension and adrenaline pumping action Yes, there are also the outlines of a classic mystery as N [...]

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    15. I think Jo Nesbo is a better writer than Stieg Larsson, although I enjoyed the Millenium series This author requires some concentration, as the plot is quite complex, but it is worth it I loved the characters and the Oslo setting Not only do we get a well constructed mystery, but also learn a bit of history Looking forward to other books in the series.

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    16. I can confirm this is a good book, 500 pages sailed by and I was not keeping tabs on the page count, a thing I do when reading long books It s all in the writing my friend and Nesbo has the knack for it.Like the redbreast above, this story is made up of bits all over the place and we see our Harry put bit by bit together, painfully so Our Harry with the weight of life on his shoulders In this one Nesbo picks up a hot potato, history, recent history and it s subjectivity Facets of how history is [...]

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    17. Granted, I readily admit that I am not cosmopolitan Learning other languages haven t tried the Rosetta Stone has always been a challenge for me never being successful try as I may Fortunately or not here in north Florida, knowing English is good enough although I do know my fair share of red neck since north Florida is the center of the universe for the dialect Please don t spread that around although I think it s already known With that said, at times I found myself a bit lost reading Jo Nesbo [...]

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    19. This is the third book in the Harry Hole series and Harry is developing into a very interesting and likeable character It was nice to see him in this book in good relationships with two very important women in his life and some of the dialogue and observations were laugh aloud funny There was a lot of concentration required as the book bounced around in time and place with many, many characters who mostly have Norwegian names At first I wondered how it was going to all come together but of cours [...]

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    20. I have to say, I felt a little bit confused during the first chapters A strange accident with a Secret Service agent in which Harry was involved, neo Nazi circles, scenes from the World War II, and not least, a lot of characters which Nordic names I couldn t memorize immediately But the plot, the characters, my curiosity and of course a masterful writing got my WHOLE attention from the very first page, and, guys, it was soooo worth it By far the best installment in the series, and for sure one o [...]

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    21. This is a straight up mystery than a standard gruesome, let s kill women Norweigian crime novel, and I like it like that There seemed to be a tad of superfluous info, a few red herrings, and too many Helenas, but luckily, it s all tied up in a neat little package at the end Everything ends up making sense and being a pretty crucial part of the story I am horribly bummed out by the death of Ellen even though I knew it was coming The way it s worded makes it one of the haunting deaths I ve ever [...]

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    22. For those who enjoy the crime story thriller historical genre, this is as good as it gets It is a complex story, with many threads, beautifully written even in translation , great descriptions of people, places and action, never overdone, and with occasional splashes of humor Nesbo presents the story in pieces, and much is unclear as it should be in this kind of story I paused before the final pages, wondering how Nesbo would finish it These last scenes were brilliant, even though several thread [...]

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    23. When they advertise Jo Nesb as The Next Steig Larsson , I m inclined to pass on this author But since a lot of people seem to be raving about this author, I thought I better check him out, especially when they class his Harry Hole series as Hard Boiled I ve found the only reason they are calling him the next Larsson is simply because he is another Scandinavian crime writer which means some overly graphic murders, Nazis and an expected twist The Redbreast is the third book in the Harry Hole novel [...]

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    24. Nemojte ovoj knjizi suditi po si eu ni po prvih nekoliko strana a ni po koricama, pro itajte celu knjigu a onda donesite sud Ova knjiga nudi uvid u ivot Norve ana, njihovu kulturu i istoriju, tako da ete bar malo bolje upoznati ovaj skandinavski narod Juov stil pisanje je prelep, ist i jednostavan a njegove knjige su jedinstvene.Ako o ekujete kli e naci knjigu i potragu za mitskim blagom nacista potra ite neku drugu knjigu Ali ako elite kvalitetno da iskoristite svoje vreme pro itajte ovu knjigu [...]

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    25. Book DescriptionDetective Harry Hole embarrasses the Norwegian police force during a U.S Presidential visit so he is reassigned to the Norwegian Security Service as an Inspector a promotion that gets him out of the way and is supposed to shut him up Assigned to investigate what should be a rather mundane case, Hole instead finds himself getting embroiled in a possible assassination plot that has its roots in World War II involving some Norwegians who served on the Eastern Front in the service of [...]

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