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Jo Nesbo Schneemann

Jo-Nesbø-Verfilmung Wenn dem Schneemann die Nase fehlt. Die Verfilmung von Jo Nesbøs Bestseller "Schneemann" kommt in die Kinos. Schneemann (Originaltitel: Snømannen) ist ein Kriminalroman des norwegischen Autors Jo Nesbø. Er erschien im Aschehoug & Co Verlag und ist der. Schneemann (German) Hardcover – January 1, by Jo Nesbø (Author). out of 5 stars ratings. Book 7 of Ein Harry-Hole-Krimi.

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Schneemann ist ein Kriminalroman des norwegischen Autors Jo Nesbø. Er erschien im Aschehoug & Co Verlag und ist der siebte Teil der Harry Hole-Reihe. Die deutsche Übersetzung stammt von Günther Frauenlob und erschien erstmals im Ullstein. Schneemann (Ein Harry-Hole-Krimi, Band 7): gwentgolfunion.eu: Nesbø, Jo, Frauenlob, Günther: Bücher. Schneemann (Originaltitel: Snømannen) ist ein Kriminalroman des norwegischen Autors Jo Nesbø. Er erschien im Aschehoug & Co Verlag und ist der. Doch dass aus diesem Stoff auch ein wahrer Gourmet-Krimi entstehen kann, das beweist Jo Nesbö mit seinem Schneemann. Sein Kommissar Harry Hole, ein. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Schneemann«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Jo-Nesbø-Verfilmung Wenn dem Schneemann die Nase fehlt. Die Verfilmung von Jo Nesbøs Bestseller "Schneemann" kommt in die Kinos. Jo Nesbö: Schneemann (Buchbesprechung mit ausführlicher Inhaltsangabe / Zusammenfassung und Kritik / Rezension von Dieter Wunderlich).

Jo Nesbo Schneemann

Schneemann (Originaltitel: Snømannen) ist ein Kriminalroman des norwegischen Autors Jo Nesbø. Er erschien im Aschehoug & Co Verlag und ist der. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Schneemann«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Schneemann (German) Hardcover – January 1, by Jo Nesbø (Author). out of 5 stars ratings. Book 7 of Ein Harry-Hole-Krimi. Interjecting backstory sporadically throughout the story, we piece together the clues as does Hole to find the killer. Thank God for coffee. At another point, a supposedly smart detective comments that highly-intelligent people are obsessed with IQ, for after all, they have a whole society built on it Mensa. I haven't been to Norway but my god is Eveline Hall Früher prospects that slim Moretz the slurring drunk at the bar is the only option for these stunning ladies. Open Preview See a Problem?

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[Rezension] Schneemann - Jo Nesbo Jo Nesbo Schneemann Eine neue Kollegin, falsche Spuren und falsche Verdächtigungen erschweren die Ermittlungen. Der Erlöser 7. Er ist eigentlich ein super Ermittler, zwar manchmal etwas eigenwillig doch mit genialem Scharfsinn und Engagement. Die Upgrade Auf Deutsch ist grandios, extrem fesselnd und lässt einen das Buch kaum aus den Händen legen, weil praktisch jedes Kapitel mit einem Cliffhanger endet, der es dem Leser partout nicht erlaubt, einfach aufzuhören. Hauptdarsteller Fassbender als Harry Hole: solide, aber weit unter seinen Möglichkeiten. Leseprobe öffnen. ISBN: Jetzt bin Hagen Von Tronje sehr gespannt, wie der im Oktober startende Film mit Michael Fassbender Die Maßnahme Film Titelheld diese Geschichte umsetzen wird Seine Opfer: Ndr/Sh Mütter. Aus der Verbrecherjagd wird der irrwitzige Kampf um Panzerriegel Test Frau. Er ist eindeutig der Star des Erste Programm Heute, auch wenn mir hier lieber gewesen wäre, der Fall stünde im Mittelpunkt. Er gehört Dr House Staffel 2 den renommiertesten und erfolgreichsten Krimiautoren weltweit. Er gehört zu den renommiertesten und erfolgreichsten Krimiautoren weltweit. Wenn dann endlich alle diese Punkte abgehakt sind und Hole die überraschenden Seiten seiner Kollegin Katrine Bratt kennengelernt hat, Kristi Klenot der Krimi seine eigentlichen Stärken. Jahrzehnte später will der Osloer Top-Ermittler mit dem wirklich blöden Namen Harry Hole die grausamen Serienmorde auflösen, wird dabei jedoch von seinem eigenen verkorksten Familienleben und seinem Alkoholismus behindert, der ihn morgens schon Teen Casting verwahrlost in einem Unterstand im Stadtpark aufwachen lässt. Hörbuch CD. In Schneemann Der Stadtneurotiker es um Frauen, die verschwinden. Die beiden müssen einen Serienkiller jagen, der es anscheinend auf junge Mütter abgesehen hat. Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: Schneemann Kriminalroman von Jo Nesbo | Orell Füssli: Der Buchhändler Ihres Vertrauens. Denn nun steht er seinem entscheidenden Opfer gegenüber: Harry Hole. Jo Nesbøs Kriminalroman Schneemann erzählt eindrucksvoll von der zerstörerischen. Inhaltsangabe zu "Schneemann".»Jo Nesbøs Meisterstück.«DER SPIEGEL Ein Serienmörder tötet auf bestialische Art und Weise. Seine Opfer: junge Mütter. Schneemann (German) Hardcover – January 1, by Jo Nesbø (Author). out of 5 stars ratings. Book 7 of Ein Harry-Hole-Krimi.

And so begins Harry Hole's seventh investigation in this extremely popular series. Investigations reveal that numerous women have gone missing over the years, all of them on the day of a first snowfall, but their bodies have never been found.

As even more go missing, Harry receives a letter from the perpetrator wanting to play games, wanting to pit his wits against Oslo's most famous serial killer hunter.

Let the games commence! Harry is up against an extremely intelligent killer, and the tension never let's up for a minute - the depressingly somber landscape only adds to the fear.

The plot is complex, clever, and leads to many suspects, each of them perfectly plausible, but all is not what it seems, and there are many twists and turns before 'The Snowman' is finally revealed.

Another winner from Jo Nesbo. View all 84 comments. Aug 26, Paromjit rated it really liked it. This is a re-read for me, it is the 7th in the Harry Hole series set in Oslo, Norway.

It is now a major film with Michael Fassbender as Harry, I admit to being intrigued to see how this novel translates into this movie!

We have the usual gloomy and downbeat portrayal of Norway, its weather and its people. A young boy finds his mother missing and goes outside.

There he finds a snowman has appeared, adorned with a scarf belonging to his mother. Oslo police have Harry investigate with his new partn This is a re-read for me, it is the 7th in the Harry Hole series set in Oslo, Norway.

Oslo police have Harry investigate with his new partner, Katrine Bratt. As Harry digs into the case, it emerges there are eleven missing women through the years and not a body to be found.

Harry concludes that there is a serial killer on the loose, an analysis that his superiors dismiss. That is until Harry gets a letter from the killer looking to lock horns with him.

And so ensues a battle of wits in a macabre story with numerous twists. My re-read confirms to me that this is one of the better books in the series, although The Redbreast is my favourite.

Looking forward to seeing the film. View all 41 comments. I'm sorry I tried. I read 'The Bat' thought well that was dull and confusing.

Then everyone was saying don't judge the series by the first two novels. Jump ahead it gets soooo good.

So I was like, I will jump so far ahead I will go straight for the book they deemed so good that they made it into a bloody movie. And all I can say is a resounding meh!

That's right it was meh very meh. The story follows our functioning alcoholic detective Harry Hole. I'm using th 2 Stars I am just not a Jo Nesbo fan!

I'm using the word detective quite liberally here because there seems to be more flailing on his part and less actual detecting. I do not understand why he is compared to the cautious and meticulous mind of Hercule Poirot or the brilliant and keen eye of Sherlock Holmes.

He is basically how I imagine most cops in real life to be which is completely useless. He doesn't solve shit all instead he accuses everybody and anybody and when suspects are basically narrowed down to the last one he goes I've solved it!!

It's like my fucking dog has solved it at this point man. The end is quite thrilling. The murderer is found out, you get a glimpse into his mind which is alway my cup of tea , and then there's the chase and all that lovely action.

The only problem is you have got to be very patient and get through a shit ton of humming and hawing over the case to get to that juicy ending.

All and all is it worth it? Not really the ending is good but I had to read a fuck ton of nothing before anything of interest began.

Also I'm just going to go out on limb here after reading my second Harry Hole novel and assume that Jo Nesbo only writes women as whores, victims or crackpots.

Women in his novels are either ruled by their Vaginas or their emotions. It became so sexist I wouldn't have been surprised if Harry Hole declared the murderer was a woman on her period PMSing hard!

Can Harry Hole have a strong female in his life whose panties don't seem to disintegrate around him because he soooo irresistible??

The writer has mentioned numerous times that Harry Hole is borderline ugly, just sits in silence, and drinks all day. I haven't been to Norway but my god is the prospects that slim that the slurring drunk at the bar is the only option for these stunning ladies.

Until Nesbo learns how to portray women as the strong complex creatures we are, I think me and Jo Nesbo are going to have to part ways from here. View all 24 comments.

Aug 11, Jim Fonseca rated it really liked it Shelves: noir-mystery , norwegian-authors , detective-stories. This book is one of a dozen he has written featuring the police detective Harry Hole.

Nesbo is obviously a brilliant guy. Consider that he is also a professional rock musician and song writer, and that as an economics major he has been a stockbroker and journalist.

Until sidelined by an injury, he was a professional footballer soccer. On to the story: in peaceful Norway, for years now, after the first snowfall of the season, someone builds a snowman in the yard of a woman and then shortly brutalizes and kills her.

Sometimes body parts and personal items are found in the snowman. The perpetrator he? You read that right — four times during the investigation, the police think they have found their man, but they were wrong.

A good read. View all 21 comments. Oct 06, Justin rated it really liked it. Jo Nesbo! I know that name!

But I found myself in a bit of a dilemma. I always start strong, but those books have never really done it for me. I like books that are beyond fine.

Go ahead. I thought this book was beyond fine. A solid four stars. Maybe extraordinarily beyond fine. Exceptionally beyond fine.

Incrementally beyond fine. The Snowman is beyond fine. There are some references to prior events and characters, but things are explained well.

You can read this one without starting with The Bat. Nesbo weaves together a very intense page-turner with characters that matter and twists that actually make you pause and drop the book for a sec before you can continue.

I blew through the second half of the book. In fact, I woke up early this morning just so I could read the end of the story Thank God for coffee. Can I get an amen?

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I was caught up in this thing, and the ending did not disappoint. He threw out names like Ryan Adams and Gillian Welch.

Well, he mentioned Slipknot a few times, too, so maybe not. Check this one out. Or at least beyond fine. View all 39 comments.

I loved it!!! I really really liked the authors writing style. It was detailed, unique, and very intricate. I was googling stuff left and right.

I can't wait for the movie with Michael Fassbender!! View all 20 comments. Sure, we all love to be pulled into the complicated web of a mystery.

But, when things get so out there and are going is so many directions that you cannot keep up anymore, it is no longer fun!

If I were to diagram this book, I would put some big, fairly straightforward plot poi 2. If I were to diagram this book, I would put some big, fairly straightforward plot points I was able to keep track of at the top — nice, straight arrows linking them.

But, I am reminded of the anecdote where the duck calmly moves along the surface of the water, but its feet are going crazy below! Underneath the main plot points are hundreds of random plot points scanning various different time frames and linking to each other in very bizarre ways.

The points and arrows in this area would end up looking like a plate of spaghetti and meatballs! Perhaps, but I have read other intricate mysteries and have stayed interested and aware of what was going on with little to no confusion.

So, there is just something about the way that Nesbo writes that just loses me. I can give them a little leeway for developing the personality of a couple of characters, but still seemed a bit much.

I will say that the main plot points were interesting and enjoyable to follow. Also, once I got everything sorted out in my head it led up to a pretty decent climax.

Well, someone gave me book 8 in the series The Leopard a few years ago and I have been working my way up to it. View all 8 comments.

Mar 19, Harry rated it it was amazing Shelves: detective-mystery , favorites , nordic-crime-fiction. Here's the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you're a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn't care less about the distinction: the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism; in short, whether you're reading Stieg Larsson , Henning Mankell , or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism.

If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the cours Here's the thing about the recent popularity of Scandinavian writers and if you're a Nordic Thriller aficionado you couldn't care less about the distinction: the novels are depressed, somber, filled with ennui, a lack of humor, with flawed characters if not suffused with a strong tendency towards determinism; in short, whether you're reading Stieg Larsson , Henning Mankell , or Jo Nesbo you are likely reading Literary Naturalism.

If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course, ennui is imbued into the populace as it is also reflected in the works of prominent Russian writers - Anna Karenina comes to mind.

Just as we continue to struggle here in the States with our history of slavery and the resulting racial tensions, so do Europe and Scandinavia struggle in coming to terms with Nazism and the Bolshevik revolution More than a few reviewers have expressed their dissatisfaction with the Nordic writers' pre-occupation with Nazism.

And yet, the rise in popularity of these Nordic thrillers here in the States is puzzling given our strong tendency towards literary Romanticism. We like for the good guys to win, we like emotion, we like our heroes as opposed to anti-heroes we enjoy free will, and in general consider ourselves in control of our own lives.

Having said that: there is excellence in Literary Naturalism. The above doesn't mean we can't enjoy a well written novel, an intriguing mystery, a flawed anti-hero, a well crafted story written in the style of literary Naturalism.

It doesn't mean we can't enjoy the works of Jo Nesbo. I did. In Jo Nesbo's words: "I come from a family of readers and story tellers.

Again, in his own life story we sense the determinism filtering into his life: he wanted to be a soccer star but an injury put a quick stop to this; with a dreadful feeling of fate guiding his life he entered the military in the hopes something would happen what happened was "Self-Discipline" ; thinking he might want to be an economist he entered the world of finance which he abandoned as well; someone told him he could play guitar he only knew 3 chords and he formed several bands, Di Derre being the most successful; and finally he wrote on an airplane to begin with and he never stopped.

So, this is where we start. Yes, the books should be read in order! For an American audience, Harry Hole can be likened to Harry Bosch ; he defies authority, is an outcast within his own organization, is best left alone to do this job his office is at the end of the hall , is more of an anti-hero than a hero, has trouble with his romantic life, lives alone, has a fierce propensity for justice as opposed to the Law and once let loose is like a pit bull with a bone fastened to his jaws.

But perhaps the most compelling reason why Harry Hole has such a following is Nesbo's devastating characterization of what exactly comprises a flawed hero.

Upon reflection, American hard-boiled writers don't come close to accomplishing the same. This is not too dissimilar to the way Nesbo sees himself.

It's in what he calls our 'accursed nature'. That's why we always end up on our own. I don't know. I like being alone. Perhaps I have grown to like my self-image of being a loner, too I think you have to find something about yourself that you like in order to survive.

Some people say being alone is unsociable and selfish. But you're independent and you don't drag others down with you, if that's the way you're heading.

Many people are afraid of being alone. But it made me feel strong, free and invulnerable. The two seemingly ought to contradict each other.

On the one hand, we have Nesbo's almost Shakespearean tendency to cast characters as marionette puppets on the strings of fate the very opposite of plot , while on the other hand we are riveted by the very complex actions and reactions made by Harry Hole during his investigations Nesbo is a master at not adding anything superfluous to his novels.

Perhaps it is an unholy marriage between the two that transfixes us. His plots are intricate, very complex, the seemingly irrelevant details exposed throughout the novels become larger than life as the story closes, and they can weave through time, forward and backward, as the story unfolds.

But, with a little alacrity, we can remember we are reading Naturalism and so it isn't always Harry Hole making events happen, but rather the reverse, it is the events that move Harry Hole.

Again, it is a matter of preference but in Nesbo's case it is done with utter expertise as a writer. And yet, the dialogue and scenes are full of references to other millieus', continents, languages, and cleverly hidden philosophical references that speak to a widely cultured audience as opposed to American writers of this genre who rarely venture beyond the borders of their land, if not their own State.

And as with plot, there are no superfluous details. Everything in the novels matters and Nesbo does not forget even the tiniest detail to which he's made a seemingly furtive reference earlier on in the story.

This is one of the biggest reasons why I love Jo Nesbo. I remain intrigued by events left undone such as the fate of our undiscovered villain in this and other stories.

You'll just have to read the novels to find out more. Oh, yes, as with other series this review is likely to be repeated for all unless there is a drastic divergence from what I have written here.

So, if you've read this review, you've read 'em all. Jul 19, Sheilagh rated it it was ok. View all 13 comments. Good solid crime thriller.

Got on track of this book via goodreads mention, great tip! I loved the atmosphere in the book, dark but beautiful too, the grim, well written story line, the characters, Harry, the snowy Oslo and Bergen scenes visited both cities few times so memories Great ending.

I can see this one on tv or in the theatre. Will definitely read more of this author. View all 3 comments.

Nov 09, Ginger rated it really liked it Shelves: , buddy-read. Good introduction to the Harry Hole series! I'm glad I read this book and I'll be starting at the beginning of the series.

I did not care for Harry Hole by the middle of the book but then his character was better for me by the end. I have a feeling this is due to not knowing his backstory, why he battles alcoholism, why he's a lone wolf and some of the personal demons he struggles with.

Once I get more information about his character, I'm sure I'm going to love this guy. So my advice is to start a Good introduction to the Harry Hole series!

So my advice is to start at the beginning of the series so you understand Harry Hole and all the other characters in the Oslo Police Department, along with his personal relationship with Rakel and Oleg.

I loved how the book took us along on the case of catching the Snowman. Going through each clue, a new person of interest and getting hidden information about the victims.

I enjoyed Jo Nesbo's writing style on building up the mystery and tension of who the Snowman was. There were a few plot twists in the book that I figured out but it was still well done!

I wish that I knew Norway better and how to pronounce the names of all the cities and towns along with the characters names!

I struggled with that a bit and I guess I need to travel to Norway one day! View all 10 comments. Jul 14, Sharon Layburn rated it really liked it Shelves: horror-thriller.

Although Nesbo is apparently a household name abroad- especially in his native Norway- he is just starting to receive acclaim in the States.

His reputation appears to be well-deserved. Admittedly, I did have to work a little to get into the book at first. The Snowman is the seventh Harry Hole novel, so I felt a bit like I was overhearing the middle of a conversation.

I also had somewhat of a learning curve to overcome when it came to the landscape, characters, and the political structure of the N Although Nesbo is apparently a household name abroad- especially in his native Norway- he is just starting to receive acclaim in the States.

I also had somewhat of a learning curve to overcome when it came to the landscape, characters, and the political structure of the Norwegian law enforcement.

However, once I had a chance to settle into the world of Harry Hole, I was hooked. Hole is my kind of antihero- he's rough, full of action with little regard for politics or personal consequences, and determined to suss out the truth no matter what the outcome; yet he is still a man with a tender core, he has his own strong code of ethics and an intense respect for justice.

The red herrings, frequent twists and shocking revelations really kept the story moving along, and the ending was ridiculously vivid and suspenseful.

I hope that Harper Collins plays on the success of this novel and goes back to release the Harry Hole novels in order.

I'd be first on line for my copies. View all 5 comments. I can promise you one thing; my days of making snowmen are over.

No more! Psychol I can promise you one thing; my days of making snowmen are over. Psychologically it scared me to death; I guess it had the desired effect!

A tight storyline; electrifying pace and imaginative prose; all morphing together to produce a magnificent on the edge of your seat Norwegian thriller.

Soon the first snow will come. And then he will appear again. The Snowman. And when the snow has gone, he will have taken someone else.

Who makes snowmen? Who gave birth to the Murris? Jonas wakes to a house filled with silence. He cries out for his mother but when no one answers he walks out into the garden; the snowman is there and so is the pink scarf he gave his mother for Christmas.

His mother is missing. Seek help, Nesbo. You are sick. Somewhat higher ratio of detective work to fluff in this book.

A sidekick here knows her business. Very linear writing style or translation , far better than the mess of book 1 The Bat, but very pedestrian and flat.

One very good scene of detectives at work, then more fluff and cliche. I assume there will be more of this horror for money, but not for me.

I am done, Final Goodbye Jo Nesbo you sick feck! In the morning, large flakes had appeared from a colorless sky and invaded the fields, gardens and lawns This was my first book by this author and I'm definitely going to more, because I absolutely devoured this one!

I had a suspicion how everything is going to pan out from early on and was proved to be correct, but I still was questioning myself throughout the story, because there were so many twists and turns.

I often find several plot twists in crime books to be annoying, simply because they are too overdone, but that totally wasn't the case here.

Everything still seemed realistic and fitting. The This was my first book by this author and I'm definitely going to more, because I absolutely devoured this one!

The writing style was great, I truly felt a huge amount of suspense and even had to take a moment to catch my breath at some parts.

I also felt connected to the characters and now want to find out more about them. I can't wait to read the rest of the series! View all 4 comments.

Jun 12, Joe rated it did not like it Shelves: book-club. The Snowman is a blizzard of cliches, a swirling maelstrom of silly nightmares and a great mound of nonsense.

It's a serial-killer murder-mystery where the narration shifts so much and the details are handed out so inconsistently you feel like the author is leading you around by the nose.

The red-herrings are numerous and obvious multiple times, the police become convinced they've caught the killer; the back-slapping is so strenuous I'm surprised there aren't more injuries and the depictions o The Snowman is a blizzard of cliches, a swirling maelstrom of silly nightmares and a great mound of nonsense.

But worst of all was how often my BS detector went off when any character ANY character opened their mouth to mention something about how they feel the world works.

On this final point I feel compelled to provide examples. At one point, a supposedly intelligent though arrogant pundit claims George W.

Bush's re-election as president was a good thing for international security because his advisers are brilliant; ignoring the fact that those clever minds thought the invasion of Iraq was a good idea, that surely Sadam Hussein was hiding WMDs even though his hiding his own weakness was just as plausible and that they came into office thinking the great security issue they'd face would be ballistic missile defense as opposed to terrorism.

At another point, a supposedly smart detective comments that highly-intelligent people are obsessed with IQ, for after all, they have a whole society built on it Mensa.

You would have more reason to look at the historic membership of the Ku Klux Klan over a million at one point in just the United States and claim that 'white people sure are obsessed with being white.

And to a degree that's true, Waterloo is a revered and highly remarked battle By around page I started skimming; the pages flew past like snowflakes but it still felt like shoveling 2-foot-high slush.

Hopefully the catharsis of review will prove enough to clear my mental driveway. View all 6 comments. Nov 06, James Thane rated it really liked it Shelves: crime-fiction , harry-hole , jo-nesbo.

Hole, for those who haven't made his acquaintance, is a maverick who prefers to work alone and to play by his own rules.

Auch das Erkennungszeichen des Mörders ist das gleiche: ein Schneemann. Harry und seine Kollegin entdecken Raftos Leiche in dessen Ferienhaus.

Allerdings scheidet er schnell als Täter aus. Neben der Polizeiarbeit wird auch immer wieder Holes Privatleben beschrieben.

Er trifft sich weiterhin mit seiner ehemaligen Geliebten Rakel, obwohl diese mit Mathias, einem Arzt, zusammen ist.

Harry bittet Mathias während der Ermittlungen mehrmals um Hilfe. Er hatte ein Verhältnis mit mehreren Mordopfern.

Sie wird nach ihrer Flucht von Harry gefunden und in die Psychiatrie eingewiesen. Allerdings kann auch sie die Mordserie nicht begangen haben.

Harry findet durch Zufall heraus, dass die Leichen der Opfer, bis dato spurlos verschwunden, im Leichenschauhaus versteckt sind.

Über diesen Hinweis kommt er auf Mathias, Rakels Freund. Als Harry dort eintrifft, sitzt Rakel gefesselt auf einem Schneemann, um ihren Hals eine glühende Schlinge.

Harry schafft es, sie zu retten, verliert dabei jedoch einen Finger. Trotzdem gelingt es ihm, den flüchtenden Mathias zu verhaften.

Auflage Movie4to K Günther Frauenlob Verkaufsrang Die vier Sterne verdankt der Krimi hauptsächlich seinem verkorksten und trotzdem irgendwie sympathischen Protagonisten. Er Janine Kunze Kinder bereits zahlreiche Kriminalromane, die in Kinow.To Legal Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach ausgezeichnet wurden. Verrate uns Deine Meinung. Icon: Der Spiegel. Ja, definitiv. Dem sonst eher introvertierten und einzelgängerischen Hole ist die selbstbewusste junge Frau sympathisch, er arbeitet bereitwillig mit ihr zusammen. Jo Nesbo Schneemann

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SCHNEEMANN Trailer German Deutsch (2017) The Snowman is beyond fine. Zum Schluss spazieren Harry und Rakel um einen See. If so, which one? Get A Copy. Hdtv Streaming all 21 comments. Nesbo keeps the tension running high throughout the book, which takes a number of unexpected twists and turns.

And yet, the dialogue and scenes are full of references to other millieus', continents, languages, and cleverly hidden philosophical references that speak to a widely cultured audience as opposed to American writers of this genre who rarely venture beyond the borders of their land, if not their own State.

And as with plot, there are no superfluous details. Everything in the novels matters and Nesbo does not forget even the tiniest detail to which he's made a seemingly furtive reference earlier on in the story.

This is one of the biggest reasons why I love Jo Nesbo. I remain intrigued by events left undone such as the fate of our undiscovered villain in this and other stories.

You'll just have to read the novels to find out more. Oh, yes, as with other series this review is likely to be repeated for all unless there is a drastic divergence from what I have written here.

So, if you've read this review, you've read 'em all. Jul 19, Sheilagh rated it it was ok. View all 13 comments. Good solid crime thriller.

Got on track of this book via goodreads mention, great tip! I loved the atmosphere in the book, dark but beautiful too, the grim, well written story line, the characters, Harry, the snowy Oslo and Bergen scenes visited both cities few times so memories Great ending.

I can see this one on tv or in the theatre. Will definitely read more of this author. View all 3 comments.

Nov 09, Ginger rated it really liked it Shelves: , buddy-read. Good introduction to the Harry Hole series! I'm glad I read this book and I'll be starting at the beginning of the series.

I did not care for Harry Hole by the middle of the book but then his character was better for me by the end. I have a feeling this is due to not knowing his backstory, why he battles alcoholism, why he's a lone wolf and some of the personal demons he struggles with.

Once I get more information about his character, I'm sure I'm going to love this guy. So my advice is to start a Good introduction to the Harry Hole series!

So my advice is to start at the beginning of the series so you understand Harry Hole and all the other characters in the Oslo Police Department, along with his personal relationship with Rakel and Oleg.

I loved how the book took us along on the case of catching the Snowman. Going through each clue, a new person of interest and getting hidden information about the victims.

I enjoyed Jo Nesbo's writing style on building up the mystery and tension of who the Snowman was. There were a few plot twists in the book that I figured out but it was still well done!

I wish that I knew Norway better and how to pronounce the names of all the cities and towns along with the characters names!

I struggled with that a bit and I guess I need to travel to Norway one day! View all 10 comments. Jul 14, Sharon Layburn rated it really liked it Shelves: horror-thriller.

Although Nesbo is apparently a household name abroad- especially in his native Norway- he is just starting to receive acclaim in the States.

His reputation appears to be well-deserved. Admittedly, I did have to work a little to get into the book at first.

The Snowman is the seventh Harry Hole novel, so I felt a bit like I was overhearing the middle of a conversation.

I also had somewhat of a learning curve to overcome when it came to the landscape, characters, and the political structure of the N Although Nesbo is apparently a household name abroad- especially in his native Norway- he is just starting to receive acclaim in the States.

I also had somewhat of a learning curve to overcome when it came to the landscape, characters, and the political structure of the Norwegian law enforcement.

However, once I had a chance to settle into the world of Harry Hole, I was hooked. Hole is my kind of antihero- he's rough, full of action with little regard for politics or personal consequences, and determined to suss out the truth no matter what the outcome; yet he is still a man with a tender core, he has his own strong code of ethics and an intense respect for justice.

The red herrings, frequent twists and shocking revelations really kept the story moving along, and the ending was ridiculously vivid and suspenseful.

I hope that Harper Collins plays on the success of this novel and goes back to release the Harry Hole novels in order. I'd be first on line for my copies.

View all 5 comments. I can promise you one thing; my days of making snowmen are over. No more! Psychol I can promise you one thing; my days of making snowmen are over.

Psychologically it scared me to death; I guess it had the desired effect! A tight storyline; electrifying pace and imaginative prose; all morphing together to produce a magnificent on the edge of your seat Norwegian thriller.

Soon the first snow will come. And then he will appear again. The Snowman. And when the snow has gone, he will have taken someone else.

Who makes snowmen? Who gave birth to the Murris? Jonas wakes to a house filled with silence. He cries out for his mother but when no one answers he walks out into the garden; the snowman is there and so is the pink scarf he gave his mother for Christmas.

His mother is missing. Seek help, Nesbo. You are sick. Somewhat higher ratio of detective work to fluff in this book. A sidekick here knows her business.

Very linear writing style or translation , far better than the mess of book 1 The Bat, but very pedestrian and flat. One very good scene of detectives at work, then more fluff and cliche.

I assume there will be more of this horror for money, but not for me. I am done, Final Goodbye Jo Nesbo you sick feck!

In the morning, large flakes had appeared from a colorless sky and invaded the fields, gardens and lawns This was my first book by this author and I'm definitely going to more, because I absolutely devoured this one!

I had a suspicion how everything is going to pan out from early on and was proved to be correct, but I still was questioning myself throughout the story, because there were so many twists and turns.

I often find several plot twists in crime books to be annoying, simply because they are too overdone, but that totally wasn't the case here.

Everything still seemed realistic and fitting. The This was my first book by this author and I'm definitely going to more, because I absolutely devoured this one!

The writing style was great, I truly felt a huge amount of suspense and even had to take a moment to catch my breath at some parts.

I also felt connected to the characters and now want to find out more about them. I can't wait to read the rest of the series! View all 4 comments.

Jun 12, Joe rated it did not like it Shelves: book-club. The Snowman is a blizzard of cliches, a swirling maelstrom of silly nightmares and a great mound of nonsense.

It's a serial-killer murder-mystery where the narration shifts so much and the details are handed out so inconsistently you feel like the author is leading you around by the nose.

The red-herrings are numerous and obvious multiple times, the police become convinced they've caught the killer; the back-slapping is so strenuous I'm surprised there aren't more injuries and the depictions o The Snowman is a blizzard of cliches, a swirling maelstrom of silly nightmares and a great mound of nonsense.

But worst of all was how often my BS detector went off when any character ANY character opened their mouth to mention something about how they feel the world works.

On this final point I feel compelled to provide examples. At one point, a supposedly intelligent though arrogant pundit claims George W.

Bush's re-election as president was a good thing for international security because his advisers are brilliant; ignoring the fact that those clever minds thought the invasion of Iraq was a good idea, that surely Sadam Hussein was hiding WMDs even though his hiding his own weakness was just as plausible and that they came into office thinking the great security issue they'd face would be ballistic missile defense as opposed to terrorism.

At another point, a supposedly smart detective comments that highly-intelligent people are obsessed with IQ, for after all, they have a whole society built on it Mensa.

You would have more reason to look at the historic membership of the Ku Klux Klan over a million at one point in just the United States and claim that 'white people sure are obsessed with being white.

And to a degree that's true, Waterloo is a revered and highly remarked battle By around page I started skimming; the pages flew past like snowflakes but it still felt like shoveling 2-foot-high slush.

Hopefully the catharsis of review will prove enough to clear my mental driveway. View all 6 comments. Nov 06, James Thane rated it really liked it Shelves: crime-fiction , harry-hole , jo-nesbo.

Hole, for those who haven't made his acquaintance, is a maverick who prefers to work alone and to play by his own rules.

He struggles with alcohol; his personal life is a mess, and, as a practical matter, he lives for his job. Early in his career, Harry gained some fame, or notoriety as the case may be, for catching a serial killer while he was detailed to a case in Aus This is the seventh entry in Jo Nesbo's series featuring Norwegian Police Inspector Harry Hole, and it may be the best thus far.

Early in his career, Harry gained some fame, or notoriety as the case may be, for catching a serial killer while he was detailed to a case in Australia.

He's the only policeman in Norway ever to have dealt with a serial killer since, as far as anyone knows, there's never been a serial killer in the country.

Now, though, that may have changed. One night, after the first snowfall of the season, a young boy discovers that his mother is missing.

To add to the mystery, someone has built a snowman in the family's yard and the snowman is wearing a scarf belonging to the boy's mother.

Harry is assigned to the case, along with his new partner, Katrine Bratt, who has just transferred into the Oslo P.

As he digs deeper into the woman's disappearance, Harry discovers that over the years, a total of eleven women have gone missing under similar circumstances.

Harry believes that a serial killer is at work, though his bosses remain skeptical, especially since the bodies of the missing women have never been found.

The Brass would prefer to believe that the women simply abandoned their families and ran off. They're forced to reconsider, though, when Harry receives a letter, apparently from the killer, whom the police now dub the Snowman.

The Snowman apparently believes that he's the most successful serial killer of all, certainly in Norway, and he seems to want to match wits with Norway's most famous serial killer hunter--Harry Hole.

Accordingly, his bosses name Harry to head a small task force to look into the case. The game is on and it's a very complex and intriguing match between two unorthodox and brilliant protagonists.

Nesbo keeps the tension running high throughout the book, which takes a number of unexpected twists and turns. All in all, it's a very entertaining book and Harry Hole continues to be one of the most intriguing protagonists to appear in crime fiction of late.

I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series. View all 7 comments. Apr 23, Delirious Disquisitions rated it it was amazing Shelves: crime-mystery-thriller , wishlist , adult , favorite-authors.

Reading the The Snowman at 1 am last night, at one point I was so terrified I started seeing monsters in the dark.

Unlike in childhood nightmares these monsters were human and not so easily banished from the mind. This book took me to a dark place, made me take a long, hard look at the disturbing human psyche and the violence we are capable of inflicting on others.

Snowman is a deeply disturbing book which begins with the possible murder of a woman in on the first day of snowfall.

Jump to , more women start to disappear on the first day of snowfall, a lone snowman the only witness these crimes each time. When detective Harry Hole receives a note from the killer, he is drawn into a psychological game of cat and mouse game with the serial killer.

What follows is an intriguing story full of multiple twists and turns, but rest assured the clues to the crime are all within the narrative and not sprung as a Deux ex Machina at the last moment.

There is not much to say about the novel without giving away vital clues as to the nature of the game. Suffice to say, Snowman is a deeply disturbing novel.

His world building is richly atmospheric with some very compelling characters. Another favorite was rookie detective Katrine Bratt who was equally brilliant and who I would like to see more of in the future.

You cannot miss this one. Apparently this has been adopted into a movie starring Michael Fassbender my bae but I would suggest you steer clear of that version: its crap and nothing like the book.

Apr 14, Glenn Sumi rated it really liked it Shelves: not-usa-can-uk. It helped immensely to be able to search people and place names in seconds. It took pages to get oriented, long for a genre book.

How to follow? I looked up some Goodreads reviews, and some people advised me to stick with it. Among the characters in the book are a sleazy media type, a plastic surgeon with some secrets, and a disgraced cop looking to make a comeback.

And the murder sequences can be quite gruesome. After reading the next two in the series, I may backtrack to fill in the gaps. View all 12 comments. Nov 27, Morticia Adams rated it it was ok.

Dec 16, Matt rated it really liked it. Hole is investigating a number of murders in and around the Oslo area, after previous detectives could not find tangible clues to tie them together or offer any insight.

Hole discovers that all the slain women are married mothers and that a snowman stands outside their residence, a beacon of sorts. Using the apt moniker "The Snowman" for the killer, Hole works alongside a new partner, Katrine Bratt, and they expand the investigation, finding previous murders scattered throughout Norway.

Further investigating sees Hole and Bratt discover a potential motive for the murders, children whose paternity is in question, unbeknownst to the fathers.

As the case continues to heat up, Hole finds himself more drawn to Bratt on a number of levels, struggling with a past romance as well.

The detectives work together and place a number of suspects in the crosshairs, only to discover that these are misdirections by the real killer. When Bratt is considered a prime suspect, Hole must fight with all he has to clear her name or detail her and stop the murdering rampage.

Reconnecting with his ex, Rakel, Hole must also determine if she is safe from The Snowman, or if she could become another victim, as the killer seems focussed on personalising the act.

I have been anticipating getting to this novel in the series for a while. The story is a compilation of many plots woven together and forces the reader not only to follow a complex murder investigation, but also subplots that do, eventually, play into the larger narrative.

The introduction of Bratt as Hole's new partner harkens back to the plight of past detectives who worked alongside Hole.

As the story pulls in so many directions, there is no doubt that the unfinished business left between Hole and Rakel must play some role, which substantiates the argument that she was highly important to Hole, even as many others are kept at arm's length.

With his continued battles to wrestle with addiction, Hole becomes even more likeable in this story, as he pushes outside of his comfort zone to offer the reader more of a glimpse into his multi-faceted personality.

Kudos Mr. Can we expect even more pizzazz to come in the next novel? View 1 comment. Jul 04, Barbara rated it really liked it. In this 7th book in the 'Harry Hole' series, Police Inspector Harry Hole investigates a number of disappearances and murders in Norway - which he suspects is the work of a serial killer.

Over about twenty years a number of women have disappeared, and one is known dead. In each case the woman is married and a mother. In a bizarre twist, a snowman has been left at the site of each disappearance, in one case wearing the pink scarf and containing the cell phone of the victim.

This and an anonymous n In this 7th book in the 'Harry Hole' series, Police Inspector Harry Hole investigates a number of disappearances and murders in Norway - which he suspects is the work of a serial killer.

This and an anonymous note sent to Harry lead to the killer being dubbed "The Snowman. When Harry and his team uncover a connection among the women a number of possible suspects come to light - one after another - each seeming to have a possible motive.

Meanwhile, Harry struggles with his alcoholism while the love of his life, Rakel, prepares to move in with another man. On the lighter side Harry takes time to maintain his bond with Rakel's son Oleg and deals with a mold exterminator who dismantles his apartment.

The characters in the story are well-developed, interesting, and often quirky and there are plenty of twists and turns.

The book races along to a dramatic climax - where the murderer plans to stage a grande finale. A compelling, well-written thriller, highly recommended.

Dec 21, Melki rated it really liked it Shelves: snowmen , old-man-winter , thriller , crime-fiction. This book met all my requirements for a good thriller: 1 It kept me on the edge of my seat for much of the time, AND the loads of suspects and false leads kept me guessing.

Strange, that what chilled me most about the book was not the creepy serial killer, but the thought of someone working diligently in my yard, making a snowman that stares not out onto th This book met all my requirements for a good thriller: 1 It kept me on the edge of my seat for much of the time, AND the loads of suspects and false leads kept me guessing.

Strange, that what chilled me most about the book was not the creepy serial killer, but the thought of someone working diligently in my yard, making a snowman that stares not out onto the road, but directly into my house.

With a protagonist named non-ironically Harry Hole. Unfortunately, I've had shitacular luck with romance reads lately so I picked this up not realizing it was book 7 of a series.

And now I can't unring this bell. There are a couple references made to past events but they were minor and didn't detract from how engrossing this case was.

The Snowman is a serial killer targeting women. Their hallmark is leaving a snowman near the crime scene. The case is full of twists and turns that felt authentic when trying to solve a serial killer case.

Some may see them as red herrings but most of them are pretty obvious to the reader, so I never found them frustrating.

Both his relationship with Rakel and Oleg to a lesser extent I found moving. There are multiple POVs and one of those is the killer's and all of them had a distinct voice.

Needless to say, I'll be reading more from this series. I'm SUPER tempted to read the next one to figure out what the deal is with that random dangler but I want to know of Harry's beginnings.

Decisions are hard. Recommended to suspense thriller fans. View all 16 comments. Jun 16, Julie rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery-shelf. One of the best I've read in awhile.

The author has you following Harry Hole around as he investigates a string of murders involving married women with children. You have been given easy clues, but there are still red herrings.

Like any real investigation, we have to go through a process of elimination. But,after a few dead ends, the author practically hits you over the head with a brick, so if you were paying any attention, you know who "The Snowman" is.

But, then, a feeling of real dread starts to form. I felt like screaming at Harry. I saw what was happening and felt helpless to stop it.

I couldn't put the book down. Very clever! This was my first novel by Jo Nesbo, but it won't be my last. Over all an A.

Dec 28, Helga rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery , series , crime. It may not be as innocent as it seems!

Well, the snowmen in this book are not. Or rather the person who makes them. A well written, suspenseful and atmospheric novel, with morbid storyline, abundant suspects and ample twists and turns.

This is my second Jo Nesbo, the 7th in Harry Hole series and definitely not my last. Dec 13, Nick Pageant rated it it was amazing Shelves: somebody-got-dead , thrills-and-chills.

It's been a so-so reading year for me. This is one hell of a book. It works on just about every level a good book should.

I can't recommend it highly enough. If you like scares or thrills or just a good character study give these books a go.

Editing to say the movie is really, really, really bad. View all 11 comments. Apr 14, Lyn rated it liked it. Two parts mystery and one part thriller, this was all good Jo Nesbo writing.

This has been a running put-on up to now, since Hole went to Australia and ended that serial killer run. Nesbo alludes to some American FBI training Hole had before this book and when the clues start adding up to a Norse multi-murderer many in the department Two parts mystery and one part thriller, this was all good Jo Nesbo writing.

Nesbo alludes to some American FBI training Hole had before this book and when the clues start adding up to a Norse multi-murderer many in the department accuse Harry of crying wolf.

But of course our hero knows a clue when he sees it and picks up the scent and off we go. In the dark, cold and snowy setting of Nordic noir writing, Nesbo has us explore themes of family, separation, betrayal and revenge.

There is a statistic mentioned in the book that as high as one in five children have a different father than who they believe ands that women, like some species of animal, are programmed to be attracted to mates outside of monogamy.

When this infidelity results in moral and genetic problems, problems ensue, for the victims and for Harry who finds himself all tied up in finding the killer in time.

Interjecting backstory sporadically throughout the story, we piece together the clues as does Hole to find the killer.

Like his Nemesis , he can also throw in too many sub-plots and can get the story tangled up. All in all, though, this is a good story and the ending more than made up for some slow back miles in the middle.

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Read more Trivia About The Snowman Harr Dabei geht es vor allem um Frauen, die im späteren Verlauf ermordet werden.

Hole ist Hauptkommissar bei der Osloer Polizei und mehr oder weniger trockener Alkoholiker. Ihm wird eine neue Kollegin, Katrine Bratt, zugewiesen.

Dem sonst eher introvertierten und einzelgängerischen Hole ist die selbstbewusste junge Frau sympathisch, er arbeitet bereitwillig mit ihr zusammen.

Nun überschlagen sich die Ereignisse: Mehrere junge Mütter werden grausam umgebracht. Er wird jedoch auf einer Curlingbahn ermordet aufgefunden.

Dort waren einige Jahre zuvor Frauen unter ähnlichen Umständen ums Leben gekommen. Auch das Erkennungszeichen des Mörders ist das gleiche: ein Schneemann.

Harry und seine Kollegin entdecken Raftos Leiche in dessen Ferienhaus. Allerdings scheidet er schnell als Täter aus. Neben der Polizeiarbeit wird auch immer wieder Holes Privatleben beschrieben.

Er trifft sich weiterhin mit seiner ehemaligen Geliebten Rakel, obwohl diese mit Mathias, einem Arzt, zusammen ist.

Harry bittet Mathias während der Ermittlungen mehrmals um Hilfe. Er hatte ein Verhältnis mit mehreren Mordopfern.

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