My Soul to Take Von Simon Kyprianou Horror // Der Tod von Wes Craven, der am August an einem Hirntumor gestorben ist, ist mir nahe. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu My Soul to Take. Das Spannenste an dem kleinen Örtchen Riverton ist wohl die Geschichte über den. Unsere Kritik zum Horrorfilm My Soul to Take () von Wes Craven, mit Max Thieriot, Denzel Whitaker, Emily Meade, Frank Grillo, Jeremy.
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A serial killer returns to his hometown to stalk seven children who share the same birthday as the date he was allegedly put to rest. Director: Wes Craven.
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Diakses tanggal September 27, Bloody Disgusting. Diakses tanggal September 26, August 5, Diakses tanggal October 28, I just thought we could have had a shorter, snappier version of the story.
While enjoying the ride, I do get annoyed when I start thinking, do we really need to be here still? There were parts of this book which were just uncomfortable for me to read due to the complete disregard Thora took to forensics that were possibly compromising her clients.
But beside I still really like this series, but dear god, this book needed an edit. But besides this, it was a fun little romp in rural Iceland with a dabble in the supernatural but mainly a good whodunnit.
And you have to really stuff that up for me not to enjoy that. Great story once again, not as spookily scary as other novels by Yrsa but still with enough twists and turns that I really didn't know who-dun-it until the end, which is just what you want from a good mystery Great story once again, not as spookily scary as other novels by Yrsa but still with enough twists and turns that I really didn't know who-dun-it until the end, which is just what you want from a good mystery Sep 06, Abby rated it really liked it.
This was a solid mystery! Considering Iceland as a setting feels a bit bleak I haven't been and I'm sure it's lovely I was surprised by the humor woven throughout.
I did not guess the killer, and I appreciated the multiple mysteries the reader gets to unravel.
Oct 26, Louise added it Shelves: badass-ladies-book-club. I had a seriously hard time keeping track of all the characters and their relationships, and the tone was very odd veering wildly between grim humour and creepy horror and blunt realism.
I suppose, being Icelandic, that it can be said the author comes from that school of Scandinavian writers who have blossomed in the world of crime writing in recent years.
However, she has a style which is her own, and should not be pigeonholed so simply. Yrsa Sigurdardottir is a writer of both children's books and crime fiction.
This is her second crime novel, using her main character, lawyer Thora Gudmundsdottir, although it is the first I have read.
The story of My Soul to Take begins in I suppose, being Icelandic, that it can be said the author comes from that school of Scandinavian writers who have blossomed in the world of crime writing in recent years.
The story of My Soul to Take begins in A child is taken from her home. Whatever happens in the present is influenced by this event. Thora finds herself contacted by an old client , Jonas, who is setting up a holistic hotel on the site of two farms he has bought.
He wants to know if he can get compensation for something not revealed at the sale - the fact that the site is haunted.
Thora agrees to stay at the hotel to investigate, only to arrive just as the body of architect Birna is found on a remote beach.
The background to the murder goes back a generation to the two brothers who owned the two farms on the site.
Soon there is another death and matters become more and more confused. Thora's investigation is not helped by the fact that her precocious young son runs off with his pregnant girlfriend.
The life of the fictional detective rarely runs smoothly. The beginning of the novel, in , is suitably chilling with the child's viewpoint graphically described as the little girl is taken from her home.
Fortunately, I continued. I wanted to discover what the connection was to the present day and the murders that take place. Iceland is a fascinating background to the story, although the names are quite hard to follow, some of them seeming similar to one another to a British ear and eye - the book probably would benefit from being read in a fairly short space of time to make that aspect easier to follow.
In this book Thora has to tackle unpleasant family histories and Nazism in wartime Iceland. This was handled with a lightness of touch due to the nature of the protagonist.
Thora can deal with unpleasant facts, and nasty deaths. The story pulls no punches, but does not wallow in grisly detail either.
Neatly translated, this is a compelling read with a clever mixture of darkness and wit. Those of you who read my review for the first book in the series, do you remember me saying that the series ought to get better and better?
I was mistaken. The second book in the series was weaker than the first one. It didn't grab my attention like the first one did. It was a lot easier to put down.
I didn't particularly care for the murder mystery Although I have to admit that the murderer wasn't that very easy to guess and that is a plus point.
The heroine Thora I liked her more in the Those of you who read my review for the first book in the series, do you remember me saying that the series ought to get better and better?
I liked her more in the first book. The same applies to my favourite guy in this book - Matthew. In the first book he seemed more important and had a real role to play, in this one it seemed like the author included him just because she could.
The Matthew I had grown to like and appreciate in the first book was gone and the romance between Matthew and Thora When I first thought that these two fit really well, I don't think so anymore as I don't think they even make much sense right now.
Will not continue with the series in the near future. Maybe sometime later. Apr 14, Toni Osborne rated it it was amazing.
Book 2 in the Thora Gudmundsdottir series This Icelandic crime novel is a thrilling read, an array of intricately woven plots unravelling slowly and mysteriously.
A novel that has all the essential elements to peak the reader's interest leaving him somewhat spellbound. The story brings lawyer Thora Gudmindsdottir to a recently developed health resort to gather information regarding the newly converted farmhouse.
Her client Jonas purchased the propriety earlier and now believes the sellers purpos Book 2 in the Thora Gudmundsdottir series This Icelandic crime novel is a thrilling read, an array of intricately woven plots unravelling slowly and mysteriously.
Her client Jonas purchased the propriety earlier and now believes the sellers purposely concealed the property's haunted past, a reputation that hinders the success of the resort.
He is seeking compensation. Soon after her arrival, the situation at the resort turns ugly, a grizzly murder is committed and Jonas becomes the prime suspect.
Thora needs to help him clear his name. While investigating she uncovers some very disturbing occurrences, events that happened years earlier and were deeply hidden Are the apparent supernatural events real or tales of folklore?
What else will be revealed? This is a complicated mystery with intricate plotting setting stage for many red herrings. Not that she noticed.
But the minute my eyes found her, that feeling was back in spades—that strong discomfort, like a bad taste in my mouth, only all over my body.
And this time it was accompanied by an odd sadness. A general melancholy that felt specifically connected to this one person. He stood at the bar, holding two tall glasses of soda, slick with condensation.
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Retrieved April 11, Rotten Tomatoes. SciFi Wire. Retrieved September 27, Beyond Hollywood. Archived from the original on April 13,My Soul to Take movie clips: redtebas.com THE MOVIE: redtebas.com't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: redtebas.com DESCRIPTIO. In My Soul to Take, internationally acclaimed author Yrsa Sigurdardóttir plunges her intrepid heroine into even graver peril, in a riveting thriller set against the harsh landscape of Smila’s Sense of Snow territory. A darkly witty and continually surprising suspense tale th. Directed by Wes Craven. With Max Thieriot, John Magaro, Denzel Whitaker, Zena Grey. A serial killer returns to his hometown to stalk seven children who share the same birthday as the date he was allegedly put to rest. If My Soul to Keep, published in , is a story about realizing you have fallen in love, married, and birthed a child of a monster, then My Soul to Take - (the 4th installment in Tananarive Due's fantastic African-Immortals series) is a story about willingly falling in love with a monster. My Soul to Take is a American slasher film written and directed by Wes Craven. It is his first film since 's Wes Craven's New Nightmare that he wrote, produced, and directed. The film stars Max Thieriot as the protagonist Adam "Bug" Hellerman, who is one of seven teenagers chosen to die.