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اثر ژوئل دیکر از انتشارات البرز - مترجم: آریا نوری-داستان معمایی

اواخر اوت سال ۱۹۷۵ میلادی، نولا کلرگان، دختر نوجوان ۱۵ ساله، به طرزی اسرارآمیز در شهر اورورای نیوهمپشاير ناپدید می‌شود... دبورا کوپر، زنی میان‌سال، پس‌ازآنکه با پلیس تماس گرفت و ‌گفت مردی را، در حالی که دختركی را در جنگل دنبال می‌کرد، ديده است کشته می‌شود... پس از چندی، پرونده به دليل نبود مدارک کافی بسته می‌شود.

سال‌ها بعد، 2008،جنازه نولا کلرگان به همراه نسخه‌ خطی کتاب ریشه‌های پليدی در حیاط خانه هری كبر، نويسنده مشهور ريشه‌های پليدی، پيدا شد.

اكنون مارکوس گولدمن، که بر بی‌گناهی استاد خود ايمان دارد، به اورورا می‌رود تا پرده از راز دو جنايتی، که ۳۳ سال پيش اتفاق افتاده بود، بردارد...

پرونده هری كبر نتيجه كنجكاوی و همكاری گولدمن با پليس اورورا، برای پرده‌برداری از راز اين جنايت، است.

ژوئل دیکر از همان صفحه‌های آغازين كتاب تا صفحه آخر، با آدرنالینی که به خونتان تزریق می‌کند، شما را مجذوب رمان خواهد کرد ...

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3.5 Stars

I had great difficulty in rating and reviewing this book as I would hate to discourage anyone from reading it and yet some people just wont like it and therefore I think you really have to decide for yourself if you want to really find out The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair.

This was a book club read and I am not a great lover of thrillers and especially ones that are over 600 pages long.
I started this book and to be honest I was caught up immediately in the plot and found myself turning the pages long after I should have been asleep.

This book shines in two ways and firstly the author immediately gets the readers attention and this happens from the first couple of pages. He then introduces numerous characters that are complex and likeable and now he that has the reader sucked in he plays around with them and the book takes twists and turns that keeps the reader guessing. On the negative side I did find the story had flaws and some of the events were unbelievable and there is quite a bit of repetition as the story is told from different characters viewpoints. Having said that I found myself getting over the flaws as the tale was so compelling. The book is quite long but there is lots of drama and the story flows well.

I have heard that this book won a bunch of awards and I am not sure if I would go that far but its clever in the fact that it sucks the reader in. I really enjoyed it and while I know there are moments in the story where I was rolling my eyes I still managed to find it compelling. I gave this Novel an average rating and yet I have a feeling that this is going to be one of those books that in book discussions with friends I will go................. but did you read The Harry Quebert Affair?



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The truth about Joel Dicker

The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair
La Vérité sur l’Affaire Harry Quebert

Ive now read 40 pages of this ludicrously long book. Ive been reading it in French. These are the truths.

(1) Assuming that it should have been published in the first place, it is nonetheless perhaps hundreds of pages too long. Every single notion is repeated ad nauseum. There is not one idea stated once that isnt repeated a dozen times. In a row. Just like that. The book should be much shorter. Its too long. It repeats things to the point of insult. Oh, lets go further than that. Its use of repetition adds injury to insult. I could keep repeating myself here in slightly different ways, but I hope you get the picture. Too. Offensively. Long. By far.

(2) Fabulously badly written.  After going to see Hobbit 3, I wrote:

I had no idea that Tolkien was such a great writer. The line where the dwarf dude says to the kungfu-elf-chick ‘You make me feel so alive’. And where she says in a marvellously anguished way about love ‘It hurts so much’. That I could think up such lines.


The Truth about Harry is like that for 670 pages. So, yeah. If you thought that the dialogue in Hobbit 3 was pushing the boundaries of literature as we know it, then absolutely this book is for you.

(3) The book is B1 standard. Seriously. A 670 page novel has been written in French which is B1. Theoretically B1 can be challenging. Camuss The Outsider is supposedly B1, but Im still finding it painful to read because it is sparing in its use of words and the ideas expressed by the words are not easy. The Truth about Harry, on the other hand, because it spells everything out over and over, leaves the reader in no doubt. Even a bad reader. Even, I imagine, the very worst reader in the entire world ever.

(4) Ive had my suspicions about the literary taste of the French since discovering how much they like Eliot Perlman.  But their admiration of Truth about Harry is way beyond a joke. It was awarded their highest literary prize. The mind boggles, I have to say. Does it reflect their ignorance of American literature (this book claims to be an American Novel in French, whatever that is), or the dire state of French literature. There isnt a good answer.

(5) And yet presumably many people like the book, its a big seller, translated into many languages; apparently there is a film on the horizon. I can only assume that the secret is that Dicker has managed to make a book which is defined as being for adults, not children, but which is even simpler than a lot of YA adults rely on for their reading material. Im guessing, I admit it. Whereas prior to this book, adults who couldnt cope with proper novels had to read YA, now there is something entirely new available to them. Extremely simplistic books marketed to adults, not children. How very interesting. At the same time, it won a French award in which school kids vote for the book they think is best, so although I dont think it is marketed to children, clearly they recognise their level when they see it.

rest here: https://frenchalone.wordpress.com/201...

مشاهده لینک اصلی
At over 600 pages The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair is a commitment, a huge one for me, a slow reader. Was it worth my time in the end? Yes and no. To be fair let me give you my good before the bad. I have a friend who often uses The Good, The Bad, The Ugly in his comments. Ill skip The Ugly...

The Good
I liked Joel Dickers passages about writers and writing and even readers. This is what saved the book for me rising it from 2 stars to 3. I loved the relationship between Harry, the teacher or mentor and Marcus, his student. I liked the lessons Harry imparted, what Marcus learned and the loyalty and trust the two exhibited even under the worst circumstances. I liked the boxing. I loved the setting and how the author was able to portray the feel of small town New England, its people and the fierceness of protecting their own.

The Bad
It was a huge sensation in its original language and has gone on to win all kinds of awards and accolades from readers. It even knocked Dan Browns Inferno from the top of bestseller lists all over Europe@>. The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair is considered to be a literary and clever but neither of these words works for me. It is long and complicated and high on unreliable narrators who just didnt engage me. Perhaps it was that it was a translation but I found the whole convoluted and snively in tone. Honestly, most characters dialog didnt ring true and at times I just wanted them, politely said, to be quiet. I did not think some actions, particularly of the female lead, realistic. Simply the story as taken from the publisher blurb is @disappearance of a 15-year-old New Hampshire girl and, 30 years later, a young American writer’s determination to clear his mentor’s name—and find the inspiration for his next bestseller>@ It uses alternate time lines, well defined and I was never lost in the telling.

By books end, I knew @the truth@. Whatever outcome could have been determined in tighter plotting and less trying to twist the tale.

Only one of my GR friends has commented on The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair and we are far apart in our feelings about the book. Im very open to hearing from others.

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Not good at all. Writing style is just terrible -- way too simplistic. Characters transparent, psychology not well developed.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Este libro es simplemente excelente! me atrevo a decir que es el mejor o de lo mejor que he leído en mi vida!. No puedo creer que Joel Dicker siendo un escritor tan joven haya escrito esta obra de arte.
La novela se maneja en tres tiempos diferente, Dicker maneja estos tiempos con un excelente timing. Normalmente un buen libro tiene 2 o 3 giros inesperados, este libro tiene como 15 cuando piensas que ya tienes la respuesta para los enigmas que te presenta la trama 20 paginas adelante te das cuenta que estabas totalmente equivocado. El libro nunca cae, nunca se estanca y nunca se hace aburrido, es un libro que te tiene picado a partir del capitulo 2 hasta el final del libro. Algunos pueden considerar largo el libro ya que contiene 660 paginas pero se te van como agua.
Si pudiera ponerle mas estrellas a este libro lo haría, no por nada fue el libro mas vendido en el año en que se publico. Simplemente excelente, todos los amantes de la lectura tienen que leer esta novela.

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