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La sostanza del male

O vuole parlarne forse perché il solo pensarci potrebbe risuscitarne l'orrore o forse perché sono in tanti ad avere ualcosa da nascondere Nonostante l'ostilità crescente che lo circonda e l'opposizione di Annelise Salinger si mette a scavare nel passato penetrando sempre più a fondo nella vicenda Fino a scoprire l'imprevedibile terrificante verità. Jan 2018 My Book Box selectionD Andrea does a very good job with setting and atmosphere It s just that the women are either virgins or whores soley there to be a plot point for the men in the book The narrator s wife does not have a full fledged conversation with him until half way in and seems solely there to be servicing the main character who does not fly as an American What American would describe his friend s face as being bruised so it looked like the Scottish flag And the big reveal makes no sense on so many different levels

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Jeremiah Salinger è un giovane autore televisivo newyorkese che insieme alla moglie Annelise si è trasferito per un periodo a Siebenhoch il piccolo centro del Sud Tirolo dove lei è cresciuta Con loro c'è la precoce figlia Clara di cinue anni Affascinato dalla montagne e dalla gente che vi abita Salinger comincia a realizzare un factual sul soccorso. Initially something wasn t sitting with me uite right I decided to give it my usual fifty pages but then I continued to read and realized that it just has a very slow start but picks up momentum The narrator a documentary film maker called Salinger moves his small family from New York to his wife s hometown in the Dolomite mountains of Northeastern Italy where the inhabitants are Austrian than Italian Salinger has a tragic accident and suffers from PTSD as a result He learns about three students who were gruesomely murdered in 1985 at the Bletterbach Gorge These murders were never solved so as a way of overcoming his trauma Salinger goes on a mission to create a documentary film by solving these horrifying crimes This is no easy task for an outsider living in a reticent close knit community And off we goSalinger is a flawed but self aware character and his relationship with his daughter is endearing although this precocious five year old comes across as a miniature adult Speaking of flaws there are a few scenes that could have been cut by an editor with a sharp blue pencil On the positive side the Bletterbach Gorge becomes a character and positively exudes evil And the ending surprised me

Luca DAndrea ¼ 2 Review

Alpino ma nel corso delle riprese viene coinvolto in un pauroso incidente Mentre cerca in ogni modo di dimenticare la sua esperienza traumatica viene a sapere per caso di un fatto sanguinoso risalente a molti anni prima il massacro di tre giovani avvenuto durante un'escursione nella gola del Bletterbach Il delitto non ha un colpevole e in paese nessun. 4 starsThis is a somewhat unusual book It opens with an American tv documentary producer Salinger following an alpine rescue crew in the Italian Dolomite Alps and nearly getting killed by taking risks Then we follow him as he recovers from the psychological trauma and he decides he has to occupy his time by investigating some unsolved murders in 1985 over 30 years ago He is dealing with nightmares and flashbacks to his time in the ice crevasse with a sound in his brain that he calls The BeastHe gradually pieces together what happened that day but it is not until the end that the real killer is revealed There are a few red herrings and sometimes the story bogged down in his self pity He almost destroys his marriage and almost becomes an alcoholic in the process However I did like the story and the ending which had a paranormal twist The translation was very goodOne uote Salinger on documentary publicist I ll give him this Total Asshole knew his job He created a storm that unfortunately broke on my noseLiterallyI thank LibraryThing Harper and Luca D Andrea for sending me this book

  • Paperback
  • 456
  • La sostanza del male
  • Luca DAndrea
  • Italian
  • 01 February 2019
  • 9788806221003

About the Author: Luca DAndrea

Luca D'Andrea è nato a Bolzano Ha svolto l'attività d'insegnante alle scuole medie Nel 2016 il romanzo thriller La sostanza del male è divenuto un caso editoriale pubblicato in più di trentacinue paesi Con la seconda opera Lissy ha vinto il Premio Scerbanenco 2017E' sceneggiatore documentarista e collabora come giornalista con i uotidiani La Stampa e La RepubblicaLuca D’Andrea arbeitet



10 thoughts on “La sostanza del male

  1. says:

    This is a brilliant thriller translated from the Italian set amidst the spectacular location of the Italian Dolomites in th

  2. says:

    Initially something wasn’t sitting with me uite right I decided to give it my usual fifty pages but then I continued to read and realized t

  3. says:

    I was really looking forward to this book because I’d seen loads of great reviews for it unfortunately I did not enjoy this for a n

  4. says:

    4 starsThis is a somewhat unusual book It opens with an American tv documentary producer Salinger following an alpine rescue crew in the Italian Dolomite Alps and nearly getting killed by taking risks Then we follow him as he recovers from the psychological trauma and he decides he has to occupy his time by investigating some unsolved murders in 1985 over 30 years ago He is dealing with nightmares and flashbacks to his

  5. says:

    a very good story for when you are stuck at home with a coldy flu

  6. says:

    510What better time to read a book set in a mountainous region than when you’re actually in the mountains you

  7. says:

    Very slow to get going Was slowly being built to a big reveal but was let down by the end Could've been the translation that made it seem a little long and boring in places

  8. says:

    35 ⭐️

  9. says:

    Jan 2018 My Book Box selectionD'Andrea does a very good job with setting and atmosphere It's just that the women are eithe

  10. says:

    WOW This novel is so much in depth than its synopsis At the beginning I found the novel to be rather slow burning and jumps from one event to another However once it gets going it is HIGHLY addictive The characterisation is brilliant

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