Bit too long, could have been shorter, in my humble opinion!
The writing was fairly smooth but from start to finish the story line was depressing, desolate and sad. I did not find a positive note in the entire book.
Irish thriller about a detective and his younger partner trying to solve a crime of murder of an entire family by interviewing the lone survivor and a prime suspect.
Unbelievable plot about a large animal and the husband's obsession with it, causing the collapse of marriage, did not sound plausible and the writing was disjointed and frankly sometimes not understandable - could have been lost in the translation.
Oveall , I could have done without reading it.
Broken Harbour was on a list of 10 best page turners in a major paper....NOT !
I found it tedious, too long for what came out of it.
#4 in series
Tana French new protagonist crime solver, Mick (Scorcher) Kennedy, is portayed as hard nosed, obsessed with achieving the highest, rules driven, and results oriented. However, in this excellent two story- line where family, friends, place, and people are emphasized, and are contasted on the backdrop of love, lifestyles, trust, pride, social stratification, fairness, and traumatic events which triggered mental instability. The aforemen-tioned is interwoven with a crime Kennedy has to solve
A character rich story that keeps you guessing to the end.
The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.
This book is probably very well written. I found the characters engaging, and was motivated to follow the story to the end. But I didn't like the events at the end or the identity of the culprit.
Dana French is an awesome writer. She made this book so real that it was just like I was in it. I thoroughly enjoyed this read and plan on reading another novel by her.
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