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El juego de Ripper

Isabel Allende the New York Times bestselling author whose books including Maya's Notebook Island Beneath the Sea and Zorro have sold than 57 million copies around the world demonstrates her remarkable literary versatility with this atmospheric fast paced mystery involving a brilliant teenage sleuth who must unmask a serial killer in San FranciscoThe Jackson women Indiana and Amanda have always had each other Yet while their bond is strong mother and daughter are as different as night and day Indiana a beautiful hol. So Many Descriptions Of People Have we not heard of show don t tellIt was like Indiana is a reiki healer Amanda is a geeky teenager Ryan is an ex navy SEAL Michael is a painter Carmen is a psychic with like a two page description of what they do and what they look like and who they date and what they read and what scars they have and where they live and who they re related to and what s their job and their pets and etc and etc and etc omgI forgot what all the names were but you get the idea

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Istic healer is a free spirited bohemian Long divorced from Amanda's father she's reluctant to settle down with either of the men who want her Alan the wealthy scion of one of San Francisco's elite families and Ryan an enigmatic scarred former Navy SEALWhile her mom looks for the good in people Amanda is fascinated by the dark side of human nature like her father the SFPD's Deputy Chief of Homicide Brilliant and introverted the MIT bound high school senior is a natural born sleuth addicted to crime novels and Ripper. I read in the NYTimes book review that Isabel Allende had a good time writing this her first mystery novel She might have had a good time but I didn t I put it down after the first 100 pages because the story hadn t really started yet The book was poorly written and full of uirky characters Every time some action got started Allende would stop and do backstory on one of these uirky characters I gave up and looked at the ending Reading the last chapter I m glad I didn t waste my time reading the entire bookJust one example of lazy uninteresting writing At page 156 she starts a chapter by going through the morning of Ryan Miller an ex serviceman and his dog Atilla None of this has any relevance to the plot At page 159 he goes to a private swim club and sneaks the dog in His training is detailed along with a conversation with the trainerAt page 162 he has a confusing confrontation with his friend Indiana a woman The only sentence with any meaning in the whole chapter comes at the end when she says I think someone s spying on me Ryan I m not a practiced novelist but I could have made this chapter so much better and shorter If you re an Allende fan you ll probably like it Not me A waste of time Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reluctant to settle down with either of the men who want her Alan the wealthy scion of one of San Francisco's elite families and Ryan an enigmatic scarred former Navy SEALWhile her mom looks for the good in people Amanda is fascinated by the dark side of human nature like her father the SFPD's Deputy Chief of Homicide Brilliant and introverted the MIT bound high school senior is a natural born sleuth addicted to crime novels and Ripper. I How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim read in the NYTimes book Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic really started yet The book was poorly written and full of uirky characters Every time some action got started Allende would stop and do backstory on one of these uirky characters I gave up and looked at the ending Reading the last chapter I m glad I didn t waste my time A Daddy for Christmas relevance to the plot At page 159 he goes to a private swim club and sneaks the dog in His training is detailed along with a conversation with the trainerAt page 162 he has a confusing confrontation with his friend Indiana a woman The only sentence with any meaning in the whole chapter comes at the end when she says I think someone s spying on me Ryan I m not a practiced novelist but I could have made this chapter so much better and shorter If you Banned in Britain re an Allende fan you ll probably like it Not me A waste of time

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The online mystery game she plays with her beloved grandfather and friends around the worldWhen a string of strange murders occurs across the city Amanda plunges into her own investigation discovering before the police do that the deaths may be connected But the case becomes all too personal when Indiana suddenly vanishes Could her mother's disappearance be linked to the serial killer Now with her mother's life on the line the young detective must solve the most complex mystery she's ever faced before it's too late. Busting with terrific vibrant San Francisco life energy Multiple stories within the THE STORY Engaging Interesting Characters Entertaining POWERFUL subtle messages In a world of crime murders drug trafficking hustlers poverty disabilities broken relationships fear loss grief etcThe Only thing that can heal people is Love


10 thoughts on “El juego de Ripper

  1. says:

    The problem with being too nice is that sometimes you let the bad ones inIn this novel we learn the story of In

  2. says:

    I can not tell you how disappointed I am in this book Isabel Allende is a great novelist and I was looking forward to her fo

  3. says:

    So Many Descriptions Of People Have we not heard of show don't tell??It was like Indiana is a reiki healer Amanda is a geeky teenager Ryan is an ex navy SEAL Michael is a painter Carmen is a psychic with like a two page description of what they do and what they look like and who they date and what they read and what scars they have and where they live and who they're related to and what's their job and their pets and e

  4. says:

    Isabel Allende was as always a good read Her new adventure into murder mysteries was delightful yet a bit drawn out and really over populated with too many characters For each character there was a comprehensive backstory and it became too much

  5. says:

    I read in the NYTimes book review that Isabel Allende had a good time writing this her first mystery novel She might have had a good time but I didn't I put it down after the first 100 pages because the story hadn't really started yet The book was poorly written and full of uirky characters Every time some action got started Allen

  6. says:

    Ripper grabbed me from the start with this line Mom is still alive but she's going to be murdered at midnight on Good Friday Racing through its last pages an earthuake couldn't dislodge me from my seat An entertaining good read with a game worked into the plotLooks like I'm going to be the rogue reader here I really liked Ripper and here's whyAllende does characters studies well and those in Ripper were solid if a bit ui

  7. says:

    Busting with terrific vibrant San Francisco life energy Multiple stories within the 'THE STORY' Engaging Interesting Characters Entertaining POWERFUL subtle messages In a world of crime murders drug trafficking hustlers p

  8. says:

    Um YikesSo this is clearly an Allende novel because her style and voice as an author are so distinct There is no doubt in my mind that she wrote this book and that is what is most shocking Isabel Allende wrote THIS bookThis is a crime

  9. says:

    There are a number of problems in reading this bookThe Number One problem is Upfront Bald Faced Lying in the marketing of the book1 The title has nothing to do with the contents of the book on any level It supposedly is the name of a video game However the video game is never played or used as a clue or ever referenced again after being used to explain how a club in the book starts 'Ripper' references nothing about ripping or a

  10. says:

    Don't read it for the mystery read it for the things which make an Allende novel so rich and satisfying a large diverse cast with complex backstories and complicated relationships Solving the mystery is the driver of the plot but it isn't compelling in the way that Amanda's relationship with her family is The te

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