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Boston dedektifi Jane Rizzoli, Cerrahın elinden yeni kurtulmuş, kâbuslarının sona erdiğini düşünmeye başlamıştır ki, yeni ortaya çıkan bir seri katilin peşine düşmek zorunda kalır. Ancak bu yeni katilin yöntemlerinin Cerrahınkilere olan benzerliği ürkütücüdür.Davayla ilgili herkesten daha çok şey bilen gizemli bir FBI ajanının ortaya çıkışı Rizzoli'nin işini kolaylaştırmakBoston dedektifi Jane Rizzoli, Cerrahın elinden yeni kurtulmuş, kâbuslarının sona erdiğini düşünmeye başlamıştır ki, yeni ortaya çıkan bir seri katilin peşine düşmek zorunda kalır. Ancak bu yeni katilin yöntemlerinin Cerrahınkilere olan benzerliği ürkütücüdür.Davayla ilgili herkesten daha çok şey bilen gizemli bir FBI ajanının ortaya çıkışı Rizzoli'nin işini kolaylaştırmaktan çok daha da zorlaştıracaktır. Uzun yıllardır birlikte çalıştığı ortağının yardımı olmadan tek başına savaşmak zorunda olan dedektif, korkularıyla ve kâbuslarıyla yüzleşip Cerraha ve "çırağına" meydan okumaya hazırlanmaktadır....

Title : Çırak
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ISBN : 6055872236
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 410 Pages
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Çırak Reviews

  • Shaikha
    2018-11-30 18:58

    "Is this all we are? A necklace of chemicals? Where, in the double helix, does the soul lie?"Medical student or not, you will learn a lot from Tess Gerritsen's books with pure enjoyment. If you like your crime medicine strong, this will keep you gripped. Rizzoli & Isles is the perfect series! 😍4.5/5A series of horrific murders seem disturbingly familiar to Detective Jane Rizzoli. They remind her of those committed by a killer known as the Surgeon, who they recently put behind bars.While they're still trying to track down the new killer, the unthinkable happens: the Surgeon escapes.Suddenly, Jane is chasing not one but two brilliant and twisted minds, united by one goal...To perfect their skills on the woman who's hunting them.I've read the first book "The Surgeon" about a year ago and I've NEVER LOVED A CRIME BOOK SO MUCH, it was on top of my favorites list. And "The Apprentice" is just as good!The only flaw was that the focus was completely on Warren Hoyt, AKA; the Surgeon (which I don't mind since I loved the first book and it still interests me), but I was disappointed that I didn't get to know the Dominator more nor read about his POV.It's gory, it's gripping, it's Gerritsen. 🖤

  • Fred
    2018-11-22 17:00

    Tess Gerritsen Fans Group Link - my 2nd readIs Serial-killer Warren Hoyt from "The Surgeon" back (book #1's murderer)? Hoyt has been locked up for 1 year in Massachusetts' Walpole State Prison. Det.Rizzoli helped find & arrest him."The Apprentice " murders have a similar technique while he is locked up. Hoyt tied victims with duct tape, killed 1 woman at a time & left folded nightgowns as his Dominator's sign of control. The Apprentice kills couples & resemble Hoyt's. Dr. Yeager (first victim) tied with duct tape to watch Gail(wife) abused, he's killed & then She cannot be found? The Apprentice kills couples - (1) Dr. Yeager & Gail Yeager, (2) Alexander & Karenna Ghent and (3) Kenneth & Marla Jean Waite. Hoyt escapes prison being transferred to Fitchburg State hospital. In E.R. he kills the Anesthesiologist & O.R. nurse. Senator Conway, Rizzoli's friend calls her to Washington, D.C., believes Hoyt & Apprentice killings are related. Was he trained by Hoyt? Not captured in Washington?In a Boston Airport Limo ride home & captured in it's trunk. She faces Hoyt again - kill him as he attacks? Or be haunted & let him live? You follow Hoyt & Apprentice relationship.Small notes - Rizzoli is only 115 pounds! FBI Agent Gabriel Dean & Jane work great (with love)!

  • Paula
    2018-11-28 19:40

    A new serial killer has come to Boston and Detective Jane Rizzoli is called to the latest crime scene when there are similarities to a former case she worked on which resulted in the capture and arrest of Warren “The Surgeon” Hoyt. Hoyt is now in prison, so these latest murders must be the work of a copycat. Then Hoyt escapes and it seems he’s now joined forces with this new killer, The Dominator.This book was enjoyable enough, but disappointing as well. I was looking forward to reading about The Dominator and was hoping for his point of view (which wasn’t included). Instead all the focus went to Warren Hoyt so much that I felt like I was reading The Surgeon again, and unfortunately, that book wasn’t a favorite of mine. What I did like in this book was that Jane Rizzoli was front and center this time. I enjoyed the parts with her fellow cops, her interactions with them, the plotting and planning of the case, the stakeout. I enjoyed Dr. Maura Isles and her autopsies. I did prefer this book to The Surgeon, but in the end this book was still too much like The Surgeon for me.

  • Sarah
    2018-12-08 15:39

    These books are SO good. Well, this is only the second book that I have read in the series but they are so good! This one wasn't as good as book one, I think the story was the reason why, but I did give book one 4.5 stars so its not that much of a step down. If all crime novels were like this, I would definitely read more crime novels!I think Gerritsen is a terrific writer and storyteller. I highlighted a couple of passages to show how good she is - "Even before they saw the body, the heard the ominous hum of flies." and "The sky had opened up and rain poured like a thousand hammers on the roof of Dean's Volvo." She does more than paint a picture with her descriptions, she makes you feel like you're really there because she describes it so you can feel it with each of your senses and also feel those ominous feelings and feelings of grief, terror, etc. . I think she's just a really phenomenal writer. And also, when she's describing anything to do with criminal or medical terms, she does it so eloquently and in such a way that it doesn't feel like preachy or pretentious in any way. Her explanations also don't pull you away from the story either which I think is seriously impressive because there are so many explanations in the book. The story was really good. I wish we got a bit more of the Dominator because it was mainly about the Surgeon but that was just something small. The book felt like a really good crime tv show to me. I haven't seen the show Rizzoli & Isles but I might start watching it if it is anything like the books. The book is so addictive, I read half of it in one day and then I was busy for two days but devoured the rest on the fourth day. I didn't want to put it down and I am so eager to pick up book 3 but I will give it a little time I think!I would 100% recommend this series! It is so good and I do think you have to read them in order, at least the ones I have read so far (the first 2). I don't know if Tess Gerritsen has more books outside of this series but if she does, I will definitely check them out too.

  • Carolyn
    2018-12-08 17:38

    With the serial killer known as the Surgeon behind bars, Detective Jane Rizzoli can breathe easy and get on with her life. Or can she? When a murder victim is found with his wife clearly tortured and abducted, there is a chilling signature of the Surgeon's work and perhaps a hint that he is not entirely finished with Jane.A very creepy, thriller which manages to raise the tension to the max without a host of murders. An excellent follow up to The Surgeon and an introduction to forensic pathologist Maura Isles and FBI agent Gabriel Dean.

  • Abby (Crime by the Book)
    2018-11-18 18:40

    I read this one while traveling - it was a perfect plane read! Totally gripping and chilling. I wouldn't have thought I'd be a fan of medical thrillers, but I really enjoy Gerritsen's writing - it's addictive and fascinating, with lots of detailed medical references that make the story that much more authentic.

  • Jennifer
    2018-11-19 18:02

    I'm a big fan of the Rizzoli & Isles tv show and with the fall hiatus, I decided to start reading the actual books. Full disclosure, I skipped The Surgeon (#1 in this series) because, honestly, Maura Isles is not in it. Sorry. Not interested.I can definitely tell you, if you've watched the tv show, you can jump into this book first without any problems. The changes that were made for the tv show are, in my opinion, fairly minor in terms of characters and their relationships to each other (for example, Frankie is in the military, Korsak works for some suburban PD instead of Boston, etc.) except for Maura, who isn't the blonde fashionista she is on the show. Which is fine with me; her character doesn't appear much in this book, but she's interesting enough.The biggest change from the book is the plotline, which I was really pleasantly surprised about. Same premise as the series pilot with Hoyt and stuff, but a totally different story.Definitely a solid book and I'm looking to reading more of them. And to more Maura Isles.EDIT: as an addendum to this review, I'll mention that as the series goes on, the differences between it and the tv series are MAJORRRRR. Here in this book though, if you know the show, you'll be more than fine. I wouldn't start with any of the books farther down the line though; you'll be so lost.

  • Sandra ~ ♥ Cross My Heart ♥
    2018-11-28 15:57

    4.5 Stars! Awesome follow up to book 1, The Surgeon! Intense doesn't begin to describe The Apprentice. This is on-the-edge of your seat, heart-racing, scared-to-turn-the-lights off suspense! It's been a year since Jane put away the Surgeon. Physically, she's healed, but mentally & emotionally - she's got a long ways to go. And now she's called to the scene of a horrific murder in another district . . . one that mimics those perpetrated by the Surgeon. Jane's nightmares come rushing back as she is forced to face her demons once again. I'm happy to say that I not only liked Jane better in this one, but I also understand her better. Jane comes with a trunk full of damaged baggage, coming off as a little petty & whiny in book 1. But in The Apprentice, we see a more focused Jane - stronger, tougher, less concerned with how male co-workers see her and more willing to work with the team. A strong supporting cast adds even more intrigue to this book. Readers meet mysterious FBI Agent Gabriel Dean who proves to be a complication and medical examiner Maura Isles who I find intriguing. Chilling, horrifying, nonstop action kept me glued to the pages of The Apprentice. Add to that the fact that some scenes are told from the point of view of Warren Hoyt aka The Surgeon . . . and you have a Must Read! Brilliantly written - a Page Burner!

  • Daisy
    2018-11-30 16:35

    This is the second book by Tess Gerritsen that I've read. I must say this was as good or better than The Surgeon.I'm addicted to this series and I will be reading all of them.

  • Jenny
    2018-11-30 20:02

    The Apprentice is the first book I have read of Tess Gerritsen, and I was impressed with the way Tess Gerritsen portrays her characters especially Jane Rizzoli and Detective Korsak. I am also impressed that the Rizzoli and Isles TV show does represent the books.Detective Jane Rizzoli is still recovering from her encounter with The Surgeon when couples are starting to die in Boston with the similar characteristic of The Surgeon. The readers of The Apprentice will start to wonder if there is a copycat. However, this is not the case a more scary scenario is in play and it takes the readers of The Apprentice on a rollercoaster ride. The ending of The Apprentice will surprise the readers, and in some cases, I think they will be pleased.Reading The Apprentice will help you understand some issues with Post Trauma Stress disorders for law enforcement. Readers of The Apprentice will learn about the problems that the different law enforcement agency have with each other and way they rectify the issues. I recommend this book.

  • Gülay Cansever
    2018-12-09 23:39

    Evet kadroya İsles de katıldı. bakalım serinin devamında bizi ne maceralar bekliyor. bu arada gerritsenin bir katili tasvir etmesi, onun beyninin nasıl işlediğini anlatması falan harika😬

  • Raíla Soares
    2018-12-07 19:50

    When I finished reading The Surgeon, I was way too excited to put my hands on the next book of this series and read it. Unfortunatelly, I only could do it months later, but I did it well. I read The Apprentice in one day and a half. This rarely happens! I have seen that it's only a sugestion for you to read the series in order. I don't think so, though. I believe I wouldn't have understood it well if I haven't read The Surgeon first.This second one is basically a sequel for The Surgeon. The "new" criminal man has some of The Surgeon's characteristics. So, Jane Rizzoli gets the case and becomes the main protagonist of the story, which happens during all the series I guess, along with Maura Isles.All the events related to the investigation come to the surface around Rizzoli and, after reading this wonderful book, I have no doubt about my admiration for her, since I didn't like her so much when I read the first book. There's also a romance in the story, which became it more attractive to people who also like it. I got even more anxious to know what came next! I was fighting with myself not to sleep because I needed to read it until the end. Now, I'm definitely looking forward to read, in order, The Sinner (#3), which I technically got for birthday but haven't received yet.I still have to say that I didn't like the ending so much. It was really unexpected, but it also was fast, with no meaning emotion. I wish it had been better. It's the only thing I complain about, because the rest was like I always say: amazingly told and wonderfully well-written.

  • Carmela Masi
    2018-11-17 20:42

    With the continuation of the Surgeons travesty’s and the introduction of the Dominator, this book has a lot going for it. We get the first sneak peak at Dr Maura Isles, and a continuation of the amazing Jane Rizzoli, badass kickass cop. Finished this book with the craving for more.

  • Quike
    2018-12-01 17:37

    Cerrah'daki heyecan aynı şekilde devam ediyor. Bütün programlarınızı iptal edip tamamen kitaba yoğunlaşacağınızdan eminim. .Kendinizi olayların içinde hatta çoğu zaman Rizollinin gergin ruh halinin içinde buluyorsunuz.

  • Tiffany PSquared
    2018-11-14 23:43

    This was a random selection for me, I needed a new audiobook for the car, and I needed a book whose title starts with an "A" for a reading challenge. Check. Check.I'm familiar with this series in the same way that I am familiar with the Kathy Reichs/Bones/Temperance Brennan series - I saw it on TV first. So, I automatically have those actors running around in my mind every time I read any of those books.I enjoyed The Apprentice. At 90% complete, I started to worry that Gerritsen would make a horrible mistake and end the book in one rushed chapter. She almost did.However, the way in which she brought the drama to a climax and conclusion in the last 10% of the book fully displayed her talent as a crime/mystery author. I won't mention any spoilers, but I will just say that I wasn't disappointed in the end. And, in fact, it was the ending that made me bump it up from 3 stars to 4.

  • Punk
    2018-12-04 16:56

    Thriller. The serial killer known as the Surgeon is back to menace Boston Homicide Detective Jane Rizzoli, but Rizzoli is way too stubborn and angry to let him get away with that for long.The first book in this series really pissed me off. Its portrayal of rape and gender was completely offensive and the clumsy writing and unsympathetic characters only made the problem worse.Gerritsen corrects some of those mistakes in this book. For example, the text does a better job of distinguishing between the investigators' thoughts and those of the unsub they're analyzing. This time when the psychologist says something creepy while discussing the unsub, the doctor explicitly says, "This is how he thinks." So we no longer have men ambiguously using the word "bitch" in a professional setting, or casually saying that the suspect likes rape victims because they're damaged. Instead it's clear they're speaking from what they see as the unsub's perspective. That's a big step up.There are still extended interludes where the bad guy waxes melodramatic in italics. Rizzoli brings out the old saw that the uterus is the "very organ that defines them as women" without using any framing language to push that belief off on the killer. And I spotted at least two instances of unchecked ableism. So it's still problematic. And the purple prose hasn't faded any, either. But Rizzoli is coming into focus as a character and she's the only reason I gave this series another chance.I want to like Rizzoli. She's tough. Not spunky tough, but actual tough. The kind of tough that makes her hard to love. Things aren't easy for her, and sometimes she makes them even harder just by being herself, but I feel like I know her and where she's coming from. And I hope she gets to be friends with Isles soon because she needs a partner. I like how easy Frost is with Jane, but he doesn't seem to be around much.Two stars. It seems like Gerritsen is getting better at this? I will probably read the next one?eBook: No white space between section breaks, some badly formatted dialogue, a couple of punctuation errors, no cover.

  • The Book Whisperer (aka Boof)
    2018-12-11 19:04

    After reading the utterly brilliant first book in Gerritsen’s Rizzoli and Isles series, The Surgeon, I couldn’t wait a single second more to get stuck into the next in the series. I hoped it would be every bit as good……and it was! Infact, as I write this I am half way through #8 in the series (never before have I read any single authors books back-to-back until now).The Apprentice is the moniker given to a new serial killer stalking wealthy couples in Boston, a killer who has a strikingly similar modus operandi to his predecessor, The Surgeon; in fact some of the details and clues that The Apprentice leaves behind were not even released to the public and, being the lead investigator on the case, Jane Rizzoli is having a horrid case of déjà-vu. And just when she thinks it can’t get any worse, her old nemesis The Surgeon escapes from jail…In this book, Jane Rizzoli plays a larger part that the first book, stepping to the fore in all her ass-kicking glory. I completely love her character and the fact that we get to see and know her vulnerable side as well as her bossy, no nonsence side. As well as trying to track down a new killer and an old foe, she also has to deal with another thorn in her side in the shape of dishy FBI agent, Gabriel Dean who has an uncanny knack of appearing by her side when he isn’t wanted.This is also the first book in which Medical Examiner, Maura Isles, makes an appearance (despite it being called the Rizzoli and Isles series, she isn’t present in the first book). Maura is just as aloof as Rizzoli, working hard to assert herself in a mans game, but she is notably different by her cool and methoidcal approch to her work (and black hair and red lipstick which earns her the nickname of “Queen of the Dead”).Once again, this is fast-paced and thrilling: Tess Gerritsen certainly knows how to develop and deliver a cracking read! Once again, I whipped through this in just a couple of days and dove straight into the next one…..

  • Tea Time with Marce
    2018-11-23 18:46

    From my blogMy Review - 2 1/2 Not my cup of teaWhat a total let down, I cannot believe this was written by the same author, The Surgeon was almost perfection in my mind, so to get a total boring, what was the point follow up was beyond disappointing. This read like a debut, repetition continuously. I understand the details needed for those that didn't read The Surgeon but even if you didn't it became insanely unnecessary.There was no mystery to me in this book, so The Surgeon escapes from prison and the serial killer who they name The Denominator end up working together. The disappointing part is when we get to see them together it is the last scene of book and in my opinion, one of the worst endings ever, seriously I read the book for that, sigh. I will read the next in series just because there is no way Tess Gerritsen gave me a fluke. The Surgeon was scary, had horrifying and gruesome scenes, lots of on the edge anxiety while reading, this one just fell flat, I seriously forced myself to finish.For those that watch the show, do we deal with the 'I'm a female in a male dominant career pity party concept'? That is so irritating to me that I seriously started to hate Rizzoli. And the continued comparison of Rizzoli and The Surgeon as hunters, I didn't buy it.The Surgeon is such a great book, for those interested I highly recommend reading that one and skipping this in the series. Let us hope it gets better. I wonder if The Surgeon and The Apprentice was written as one and then edited down, possibility........

  • Kaisu
    2018-11-27 16:01

    ein reread, der sich definitv gelohnt hat :)

  • bookaddict
    2018-12-03 19:42

    5/5 MÜKEMMELDİ.Kitap o kadar akıcı ki,ne zaman elime aldım,ne Zaman bitirdim anlayamadım.Yine çok zekice kurgulanmış bir kitaptı.Tess yine hayal kırıklığına uğratmadı.Yazar tıp bilgisini sonuna kadar kullanmıştı bu arada kitapta.Ama yine de cerrah kadar ürkünç,rahatsız edici bir kitap değildi.Daha çok katilin psikolojik yönleri aktarılmıştı okuyucuya.Ve bu da benim çok hoşuma gitti.Karakterlere daha çok ısındım bu kitapla.Polisiye/gerilim seven herkese tavsiye ediyorum.

  • Eric
    2018-12-03 16:42

    3.5 stars

  • Liz
    2018-11-23 15:53

    This review will have spoilers. You’ve been warned.The only reason I checked this book out of the library is because I watched Rizzoli & Isles on TV and I enjoyed it. This is not the type of book I normally read. This is the second book in the Rizzoli & Isles mystery series. Rizzoli is a homicide detective who a year before heroically captured the serial killer dubbed The Surgeon. She was also nearly his victim, which has left her scarred inside and out. The scars start to itch when she’s invited to a crime scene outside of her district. The murder itself isn’t initially similar, The Surgeon preferred women who had already been victims, and this killer has chosen a well-to-do couple. The husband has been slaughtered and the wife is missing. However, there are certain aspects of the crime scene that lead her to believe that a new killer has taken The Surgeon’s signature and modified it for his own use.When the body of the wife is found, a mysterious FBI agent named Dean appears and she’s ordered to work with him. His intentions are unclear, but he points out certain clues for them to find that were about to be overlooked. He seems to know what he’s looking for in the crimes, but he isn’t sharing everything. He visits Rizzoli one night because he’s realized she and The Surgeon have a bond, unwanted though it may be. While this can help with the case, it becomes a very real liability when The Surgeon escapes prison and they find he is obsessed with her – the one who survived him.Considering the series’ title, there wasn’t much of Isles, the coroner. If it hadn’t been for the show, I wouldn’t have even known she was supposed to be a major character. Rizzoli deals with several people in the BPD during her investigation; the coroner is just one more. They don’t seem to be more than colleagues. Rizzoli is an isolated character. Isolated by the fact she’s the only female homicide detective, isolated by the fact that she was nearly a victim, and in a brief scene, we find she’s even isolated by her family who seem more interested in the matriarch’s birthday being perfect than anything else. I mean really, fussing at your daughter, the daughter who’d nearly gotten raped and butchered a year ago, for not baking you a cake? Priority check lady! You should be thanking God she’s still alive to even show up!And now I’m mad at fictional characters.The three stars are because it really is well written and suspenseful. Despite the fact I knew how it would end because the story is what the first episode of the TV show was based on. I still read it quickly, eager to see what the show hadn’t told me. I think the most disappointing bit was the romantic interest in the end. Dean, manages to break through Rizzoli’s wall by helping her face what she’s gone through and she admits that she might, maybe, possibly, need someone to lean on. However, it‘s so rushed that it almost made it ugly. Which is what the real world often is. Ugly.

  • Christine
    2018-11-25 17:59

    Another great read by Tess Gerritson. Not for the faint hearted. Crime scenes are very descriptive and just the way I like it. If you like a gutsy crime serial killer read, well I advise you to get stuck into this book. If you haven't read book one The Surgeon, I highly advise you start with this book first.

  • Nat
    2018-11-22 17:05

    I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first in the series, but that's expected since The Surgeon was a masterpiece. If you read the first (which hopefully you did) this book can get a little repetitive, but there's enough new information and twists that it's still entertaining. Gerritsen's writing style is pretty phenomenal and I found Rizzoli to be more likable in this book than she had been in The Surgeon so it's a win all around. Can't wait to read the next one in the series.

  • Gamze
    2018-12-12 20:03

    Çok çok ÇOK sevdim.. Kitabın sonunu apayrı sevdim, özellikle sonunda Rizzoli'nin daha bagajdan çıkar çıkmaz adamların işini bitirmesini sevdim; zaten kitabın bitmesine çok az sayfa kalınca diğer kitaptaki gibi kesmeli biçmeli şeyler beklemiyordum ama güzel bitti. Gecenin 2'sinde bitirince böyle oluyor, sadece wow demek istiyorum.Ayrıca Tess Gerritsen tekrar söylüyorum, CANIMSIN.

  • CD {Boulder Blvd}
    2018-11-25 21:58

    Really this was a 2.5 star read. I did have a difficult time with the book version of Jane vs the series version. The series version is a much more engaging character and in this book, Jane was the typical stressed out and damaged female cop with way too many issues. The relationship with the FBI agent Dean seemed forced and thrown in. The ending seemed over too quick and didn't feel realistic.I'll continue to read a couple more in the series and hope this one was just not quite a fit for me.

  • Natalie
    2018-11-20 19:49

    It's summer again, and a new body's been found just outside of the Boston precinct. Korsak calls Rizzoli, believing as she does this has something to do with the Surgeon--even though he's behind bars. Even though she knows he's behind bars, the way everything is laid out at the crime scene convinces her that he's involved somehow.Too bad no one else believes that. Convinced Jane is obsessed with the Surgeon, Special Agent Dean of the FBI tries to get her removed from the case. But even when their stake-out is blown, Jane is determined to find the man they're calling the Dominator.Before they know it, the Surgeon escapes from prison to join his new partner. And Jane Rizzoli was right from the beginning.Yes, I keep flashing back to the tv show while reading this book. The pilot episode does cover aspects of both this and the first book in the series. Dr. Isles is in this book, but the women's friendship so apparent in the tv show isn't very distinct here. That's ok--what unfolds chapter by chapter is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. Hard to put down and engrossing.

  • Ömer
    2018-11-26 21:55

    4,5/5Fuardan bu kitabı alırken standdaki görevli kitaplardaki hikayelerin birbiriyle bağlantılı olmadığını, sırayla okumasam da bir şey olmayacağını söylemişti. Aslında öyle değilmiş, yan, tam olarak değil. Tamam yepyeni bir olay da oluyor ama aynı zamanda ilk kitaptaki katil geri dönüyor ve kitap boyunca ilk kitaptaki olaya da atıflar var. Yorumun tamamı için:http://kronikokur.blogspot.com.tr/201...

  • Angelique
    2018-11-27 17:04

    Wat een gruwelijkheden komen langs, maar ook wel weer lekker makkelijk en vlot te lezen.Jane Rizzoli blijkt een softere kant te hebben, maar voelt zich nog steeds het gekwetste meisje. Waar dat nu echt vandaan komt is me nog niet zo duidelijk, al worden er wel wat redenen voor gegeven.We leren Dr. Maura Isles in dit verhaal ook kennen, maar heeft nog geen prominente rol.Verder zitten er wat herhalingen in, in de dingen die Rizzoli overkomt en in De Chirurg, de ontsnapte moordenaar.Beetje een cliffhanger op het eind wat het wel interessant maakt om het derde deel te gaan lezen.De 4 sterren is eigenlijk meer voor de mooie zinnen die Tess Gerritsen schrijft. Er zitten hele goede tussen. Qua inhoud vond ik het eerste del veel spannender.

  • Claudia / BeautyButterflies
    2018-11-18 20:03

    Die Geschichte fand ich sehr gut und spannend, aber ich hatte so meine Probleme mit den Charakteren (was aber der Serie zu Grunde liegt - da sind sie einfach sehr anders und liebenswerter). Auch kam mir Dr. Isles noch zu wenig vor, aber das ändert sich ja hoffentlich in den folgenden Bänden! Band 4 gab's kürzlich als Kindle-Deal, also werde ich mir den dritten demnächst auch holen :)