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  • Hardcover
  • 315
  • Schilf author Juli Zeh
  • Juli Zeh
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 9780385526425

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    Speed dating with books 66Personal Challenge From A to Z around the world – G is for Germany The last book th

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    I do like a book that comes to a suitably satisfying solution one that I had had an inkling of all along but is still not too obviou

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    Like my man Wally Abish you crack the spine and ask How German Is It Über mein gelehrter freundSeriously what is German than a high brow police procedural about physicists and a murder in a university town on the edge of the Black Forest Also peep the author's photo It's endearingly weird and TeutonicPositioned on the moderately

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    This was a very enjoyable read whimsical uirky and I'd say the main highlight was the exuisite characterization of the main characters Some phi

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    What a surprise I picked up this book thinking it was a Sci Fi novel of the same name Dark Matter by Blake Crouch and was a few chapters into it before I realised it wasn't I never read the blurb of a book I am about to read as it always gives

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    Just WOWA book of the finest uality This book had me hooked from the first words every sentence is so beautifully constructed every word has a life of it's own The characters and their environs jump out of the page The plot is wonderfully challenging and so well set up from the start This experience was like reading the Confederacy of Dunces John Kennedy Toole for the first time and the sheer brilliance of it m

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    A murder story wrapped up in uantum language that's this book in a nutshell It starts fascinating by the rousing friendship between two top physicists and their discussions about reality as multiple universe But then the dramatic turn the story takes is all too predictable and repeatedly also uite incredible especially the almost

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    DARK MATTER is one of those books that I picked up with considerable happy anticipation so was than a little startled to find myself really struggling to get into the start of it Until a point at which I found I wasn't struggling and was completely absorbedAnd I suspect that's very much what the book is set out to do Set in Freiburg near th

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    In In Free Fall author Juli Zeh combines murder mental health and the time space continuum to create cinematic murder mystery Originally published in German and titled Schilf after the detective who solves the case there is very little mystery about who the killer is or his motive for that matter It's the contrast between the characters their thought processes and how they come to termsDetective Schilf for one is a combination b

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    If you are looking for an absorbing and fast moving crime thriller you will be disappointed in Juli Zeh's In Free Fall Schil

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Schilf author Juli Zeh

T paced ride through deadly rivalry and love’s infinite configurationsAgainst the backdrop of Germany and Switzerland two physicists begin a dangerous dance of distrust Friends since their university days when they were aspiring Nobel Prize candidates they now interact in an atmosphere of tension stoked by Oskar’s belief that Sebastian fell into mediocrity by marrying Whe What a surprise I picked up this book thinking it was a Sci Fi novel of the same name Dark Matter by Blake Crouch and was a few chapters into it before I realised it wasn t I never read the blurb of a book I am about to read as it always gives too much again Luckily by this time I was hooked as I really enjoyed this book would even go as far to say as this was the book of 2017 for me Excellent writing which is rare for a book that is translated so kudos to translator Also fascinating plot great characters and even a bit of uantum physics This book is difficult to characterise at its heart is a terrible event provoked by coincidence what follows is part police procedural part an exploration of relationships and how they fall apart and part a search for redemption from the main detective character Told from several different points of view I found all the characters extremely sympathetic but perhaps no so than the elderly detective on his last case who wants to save the man he is investigating A brilliant read have already reuested from Juli Zeh

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N Sebastian’s son Liam is apparently kidnapped their fragile friendship is further tested Entrusted with uncovering the truth Detective Superintendent Schilf discerns a web of blackmail while at the same time the reality of his personal life falls into doubt Unfolding in a series of razor sharp scenes In Free Fall is a riveting novel of ideas from a major new literary voice DARK MATTER is one of those books that I picked up with considerable happy anticipation so was than a little startled to find myself really struggling to get into the start of it Until a point at which I found I wasn t struggling and was completely absorbedAnd I suspect that s very much what the book is set out to do Set in Freiburg near the Black Forest the book starts out with two men and their obsessions Their friendship begins at University studying physics Sebastian retains his love of physics opting for academia sharing his love of physics with his love for his wife Maike and young son Liam Oskar is less traditional hanging onto many of the eccentricities of their university days he goes onto research pure physics Despite a falling out between the two they continue to meet on the first Friday of every month and debate argue discuss late into the night Then Liam is kidnapped and Sebastian is told that he must kill a man to regain his son Understandably his life shatters he feels set adrift from everybody and everything and he makes some choices which seem to the reader the outsider inexplicableIt s through the early phase of the book that I really found myself struggling firstly with the relationship between Sebastian and Oskar which whilst interesting didn t seem to be telling me anything in particular and secondly with how Sebastian a supposedly intelligent man managed to let himself be manipulated to that point despite father love and the desire to do anything to protect your child without giving the plot away there are factors which seem inexplicable But enter the police Detective Schilf and things get really interesting the book shifts focus from an almost mocking frivolous tone into a profoundly emotional character study Not just a character study this book uickly evolves into one in which the reader is forced to consider some hairy uestions what would you do if you had weeks or hours to live one final case and a guilty man in extenuating circumstancesIt s also at this point that the structure of the book begins to makes sense and those chapter introductions stop being slightly uirky Chapter one in seven parts Sebastian cuts curves Maike cooks Oskar comes to visit Physics is for lovers Chapter four in seven parts Rita Skura has a cat The human being is a hole in nothingness After a delay the detective chief superintendent enters the scene and start to have a point sometimes they ask a uestion sometimes they state a thought to be explored sometimes they just intrigue All in all it s at this point that DARK MATTER stops being a slightly darker version of TV s The Big Bang Theory and starts to become a character study of depth layers and great emotional impactAll in all I d have to say stick with the early part of DARK MATTER It s not crime fiction just for entertainment and it s often confusing and slightly odd and there are parts of the book that will make you stop and think and maybe back track a bit But this is crime fiction for thought provocation and boy does it manage to do exactly thatMerged reviewDARK MATTER is one of those books that I picked up with considerable happy anticipation so was than a little startled to find myself really struggling to get into the start of it Until a point at which I found I wasn t struggling and was completely absorbedAnd I suspect that s very much what the book is set out to do Set in Freiburg near the Black Forest the book starts out with two men and their obsessions Their friendship begins at University studying physics Sebastian retains his love of physics opting for academia sharing his love of physics with his love for his wife Maike and young son Liam Oskar is less traditional hanging onto many of the eccentricities of their university days he goes onto research pure physics Despite a falling out between the two they continue to meet on the first Friday of every month and debate argue discuss late into the night Then Liam is kidnapped and Sebastian is told that he must kill a man to regain his son Understandably his life shatters he feels set adrift from everybody and everything and he makes some choices which seem to the reader the outsider inexplicableIt s through the early phase of the book that I really found myself struggling firstly with the relationship between Sebastian and Oskar which whilst interesting didn t seem to be telling me anything in particular and secondly with how Sebastian a supposedly intelligent man managed to let himself be manipulated to that point despite father love and the desire to do anything to protect your child without giving the plot away there are factors which seem inexplicable But enter the police Detective Schilf and things get really interesting the book shifts focus from an almost mocking frivolous tone into a profoundly emotional character study Not just a character study this book uickly evolves into one in which the reader is forced to consider some hairy uestions what would you do if you had weeks or hours to live one final case and a guilty man in extenuating circumstancesIt s also at this point that the structure of the book begins to makes sense and those chapter introductions stop being slightly uirky Chapter one in seven parts Sebastian cuts curves Maike cooks Oskar comes to visit Physics is for lovers Chapter four in seven parts Rita Skura has a cat The human being is a hole in nothingness After a delay the detective chief superintendent enters the scene and start to have a point sometimes they ask a uestion sometimes they state a thought to be explored sometimes they just intrigue All in all it s at this point that DARK MATTER stops being a slightly darker version of TV s The Big Bang Theory and starts to become a character study of depth layers and great emotional impactAll in all I d have to say stick with the early part of DARK MATTER It s not crime fiction just for entertainment and it s often confusing and slightly odd and there are parts of the book that will make you stop and think and maybe back track a bit But this is crime fiction for thought provocation and boy does it manage to do exactly that

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“A child is kidnapped but does not know it One man dies two physicists fight and a senior constable falls in love In the end everything is differentyet exactly the same”A rising star who has garnered some of Europe’s most important literary prizes Juli Zeh has established herself as the new master of the philosophical thriller With In Free Fall she now takes us on a fas Like my man Wally Abish you crack the spine and ask How German Is It ber mein gelehrter freundSeriously what is German than a high brow police procedural about physicists and a murder in a university town on the edge of the Black Forest Also peep the author s photo It s endearingly weird and TeutonicPositioned on the moderately arty end of the crime novel spectrum Zeh has leavened genre convention with a hearty dose of epistemological thinkables and nuggets o uantum mechanics So beyond its fun Central European essence Zeh s book is well worth copping for this delightful use of physics as both literary device and zesty seasoning Also the characters especially Oskar and Sebastian and family are magnificently made and draw one in instantly Lastly this reader bestows the grandest props for the genius bird motif Shit begins in the opening pages encompasses mad avian classes and species and pays lyrical dividendsAlas there are flaws meine GoodReads kameraden While it opens beautifully and proceeds for the first third so brilliantly Zeh began to lose steam with the introduction of Detective Schilf who is the titular character in the German version Schilf AKA Super Kop Thereafter the plotting becomes a little choppy still good but than a touch off the opening gallopNevertheless if this book gets 11000th of that Stieg Larsson money wink wink Random House then all s right with the world


About the Author: Juli Zeh

Juli Zeh is a German novelistHer first book was Adler und Engel in English Eagles and Angels which won the 2002 Deutscher Bücherpreis for best debut novel Juli Zeh has lived in Leipzig since 1995 Zeh studied human rights law in Passau and Leipzig passing the Zweites Juristisches Staatsexamen comparable euivalent to the US bar exam in 2003 She also has a degree from the Deutsches Li