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Kinesen Author Henning MankeBle pressure to solve the killingsWhen Judge Birgitta Roslin reads about the massacre she realises that she has a family connection to one of the couples involved and decides to investigate When the police make a hasty arrest it is left to he. OK to me Henning Mankell's books are always full of life experience depth and knowledge of human society His stories often travel to far away places and intertwine that at times one couldn't possibly imagine they might be related But just like a butterfly in South America might trigger a tsunami 1000 miles further north the Man from Beijing does something similar He causes death and grief in a far away country over something that happened elsewhere and specific in another era And all because of a long forgotten diary Pain can be passed on to someone's genes The past catches up with the present and as so often with humans they act on it The Man from Beijing is a fictional story but it could be life at its very core he borrows from reality I am a huge admirer of Mankell's work and love the fact that he had the ability to fuse different stories and show a broader perspective of events and how things could perhaps even be They uite often serve as a warning a mirror of events as they could happen somewhere and just like most of his other work it makes your brain work hard and the reader has to make an effort to connect the dots and actually THINK a little Mankell has the ability to seam multiple characters and their stories what first appears to be a contained crime story in a small village but no it stretches out around the globe Absolutely fantastic and with the current state of our world absolutely believable He partially feeds the reader different perspectives from different characters but does not lose the red thread that pulls through the main story Nothing is ever what it seems one never knows what comes around the corner next which makes it a suspenseful page turner But Mankell is compared to other newish crime writers perhaps rather old school and slightly slower in his approach and writing style Fair enough and very good His work will last I personally love his style it gives me enough time to dive in and explore And it's very cleverly plotted too His books are always interesting transcriptions from his uniue observation and perspective of where society could be heading at I was very sad when Mankell passed away he was and is a true writing hero who had planted many good deeds in his life

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Kinesen Author Henning Mankell Download Ê eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ô ❴PDF / Epub❵ ★ Kinesen Author Henning Mankell – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk REVENGE CAN TAKE MORE THAN A LIFETIMEIn a sleepy hamlet in north Sweden the local police make a chilling discovery; nineteen people have been bruR to investigate the source of a nineteenth century diary and red silk ribbon found near the crime scene What she will uncover leads her into an international web of corruption and a story of vengeance that stretches back over a hundred years. This is one of the worst books I've ever read Maybe I should back up and say that I don't like crime fiction and that the only reason I read this book is that it was given to me as a gift from my in laws who I now respect less for recommending this garbage I kid Sort of Internationally bestselling novelist This is a joke right The author is in serious need of a thesaurus because you can only read the same descriptive phrase so many times in a single page let alone paragraph perhaps this frustration would appropriately be directed at the translator There are a million irrelevant and tedious details thrown in and the dialogue is so poorly written it's just painfully awkward Here is an excerpt from when the protagonist is in Beijing and is approached by a young manAre you lost Can I help youI'm just looking at that handsome building over there Do you know who owns itHe shook his head in surpriseI study to be veterinarian I know nothing of tall buildings Can I help you I try to teach me speak better EnglishYour English is very good She pointed up at the projecting terrace I wonder who lives thereSomebody very richCan you help me she said She took out the photograph of Wang Min Hao Can you go over to the guards and ask them if they know this man If they ask why you want to know just say somebody asked you to give him a messageWhat messageTell them you'll fetch it Come back here I shall wait by the hospital entranceWhy not ask them yourself he saidI'm too shy I don't think a Western woman on her own should ask about a Chinese manDo you know himYes One thing she said Ask them who lives up there on the top floor It looks like an apartment with a big terraceMy name is Huo he said I will askMy name's Birgitta Just pretend to be interestedWhere you from USASweden Ruidian I think it's called in ChineseI do not know where that isIt's almost impossible to explainIs it Is it really Ever hear of a place called Europe Well it's there In the north Off the Baltic Sea All of the dialogue is so unnatural it just made me cringe and laugh in disbelief Also you already have a complete picture of what's happened from the half way point of the book but are forced to go over it all again from someone else's perspective The climax therefore is extremely anticlimactic and all the loose ends are neatly tied up with this neat explanation There weremany details that still weren't explainedThere were threads that would continue to hang loose perhaps forever Wow I guess he heard that deadline approaching and had to put things somewhere fast Oh and the whole story revolves around a court judge who consistently exhibits poor judgment in everyday dealings Come ON

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REVENGE CAN TAKE MORE THAN A LIFETIMEIn a sleepy hamlet in north Sweden the local police make a chilling discovery nineteen people have been brutally slaughtered It is a crime unprecedented in Sweden's history and the police are under incredi. I cannot over emphasize how disappinting this book was It started out great nearly everyone in a small village in cold and snowy northern Sweden is massacred a hideous scene A woman deputy is introduced then a woman with a connection to some of the victims Then Mankell takes us back to a the American West where some Chinese immigrants find themselves serving as slave laborers on the continental railroad I was fully engrossedBut I don’t think Mankell really thought through where he wanted to take the book Soon the woman deputy becomes a disagreeable caricature and the other woman now suddenly the central protagonist ends up pursuing clues to Beijing Before long we’re in Africa then back to Sweden then England It’s just a messMankell normally one of my favorite writers basically indulged in building a story to affirm some personal anti Chinese political opinions and it just fell flat When the whole thing wraps up there is one glaring inconsistency–a major major one involving the identity of the killer–involving a photograph which I can in no way resolve Maybe something was lost in translation But to the point if anything was lost it was lost in the writing I hope Mankell got these political obsessions off his chest I just wish he hadn’t dragged me along