Ins Dunkel hinein (2020)

Ins Dunkel hinein Verst rt sprachlos irgendwie zur ckgeblieben so kommen die Zwillinge Dolores und Frank bei Tante Luce an Vermutlich waren sie dabei als ihre Mutter starb ermordet von Bud einem brutalen Gelegenhe
  • Title: Ins Dunkel hinein
  • Author: Charles Frazier
  • ISBN: 9783552056916
  • Page: 223
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  • Ins Dunkel hinein
    Verst rt, sprachlos, irgendwie zur ckgeblieben so kommen die Zwillinge Dolores und Frank bei Tante Luce an Vermutlich waren sie dabei, als ihre Mutter starb, ermordet von Bud, einem brutalen Gelegenheitsgauner und ehemaligen Lebensgef hrten der Mutter Luce gewinnt langsam das Vertrauen der Zwillinge, und auch sie selbst, die Au enseiterin, die in einem verfallenden SomVerst rt, sprachlos, irgendwie zur ckgeblieben so kommen die Zwillinge Dolores und Frank bei Tante Luce an Vermutlich waren sie dabei, als ihre Mutter starb, ermordet von Bud, einem brutalen Gelegenheitsgauner und ehemaligen Lebensgef hrten der Mutter Luce gewinnt langsam das Vertrauen der Zwillinge, und auch sie selbst, die Au enseiterin, die in einem verfallenden Sommerhaus in North Carolina lebt, scheint zur Ruhe zu kommen Auf eine leichte, aufregend unspektakul re Weise gelingt es Charles Frazier, eine Handvoll fragiler Menschen vor den Gefahren zu retten, die sie immer enger zu umschlie en drohen.
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    1. I was disappointed over how little this one sticks in my mind a month after reading it That I felt no urge to say something about it at its completion is another personal testament The art of Frazier s language is alive, as is his wonderful skills at conveying a sense of place, here Appalachian North Carolina Unlike Cold Mountain and Thirteen Moons, the setting is contemporary But through a bit of magic on the part of the omniscient narrator, there is a sense of ancient, mythic forces at play in [...]

    2. No denying the ugliness But swear you re done and move forward Lola s only nugget of wisdom to her little daughters was Never cry, never, ever This wasn t Cold Mountain but there was surely a lot of coldness to the characters in these mountains What I liked the most about the book was the author s literary prose and detailed writing that made you feel like you were there in the woods and mountains with these characters feeling what they were going through Such beautiful writing makes for a great [...]

    3. The Nightwoods from the title you could misinterpret this to being a paranormal or horror story, it s not it s about a Human struggle This author of Cold Mountain knows all about settings in stories he himself grew up in the mountains of North Carolina He places you in a beautiful wilderness in this tale with some modest characters that are happy to struggle along and get to make big changes in their lives The authors sentences are laden with some intricate writing and describes away beautiful e [...]

    4. Luce and Lily were sisters, Luce the wary one and Lily the open one, who always saw the good in anyone But Lily made a bad mistake when she fell head over heels for smooth talking Bud Charles Frazier paints an understated portrait of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault.Set in the North Carolina hills during the 1960s, Frazier takes a sharp turn from his two previous novels The language is rich as you would expect However, Frazier shows he has the ability to write a terse, smoothly [...]

    5. Beauty Queen to Recluse A JourneyLuce is a loner She s a caretaker at a North Carolina bed and breakfast that s been long out of business and whose owner, Stubblefield, has just died Out of the blue Luce s sister Lily is murdered and Luce inherits her damaged twin niece and nephew Everything about her life changes when the kids arrive There s no time for reading books and listening to the radio through the night Frazier s pacing is phenomenal he slowly drops shocking plot points that define the [...]

    6. Because Luce and Lily s parents are self indulgent and not concerned with the welfare of the girls, the children have to fend for themselves When the truant officer comes to the house to find out why Luce has not been attending school, he asks her if she wants to be like them, indicating her parents Because that is the last thing she wants, she sets an alarm clock in her head so she can get Lily and herself to school each day Everyone thought that Luce would be the one to leave the town and trav [...]

    7. I love Charles Frazier Cold Mountain, the novel, was amazing Forget the movie Thirteen Moons was under appreciated because Cold Mountain was so huge He just gets to something in his characters that no one else does in quite the same way Possibly it is a Southern thing but also it is just purely great writing from a guy who has the soul of a poet Both of the previous novels were historical Civil War and Trail of Tears but I don t think it was from history that he derived his power as a writer but [...]

    8. I have to confess I gave up on this one after about 100 pages Unlike most readers, I was not particularly impressed by Cold Mountain, but since this one has gotten such rave reviews and is billed as a suspense novel, I decided to give it a try I lost interest in the cliched characters fairly quickly, and there was little evidence of suspense Apparently Bud would eventually show up and menace the children and Luce, but I really didn t care The narrative voice bothered me I couldn t tell to what e [...]

    9. Soon receiving the book for free through First Reads Yay It always takes a while to read a Charles Frazier novel The writing style is very dense and filled with lines I didn t want to forget, though I will of course This is not a page turner or a thrill ride It is of an arduous adventure In the end, the adventure was worthwile Frazier s writing style is excellent.

    10. I wanted to love this book because I still consider Frazier s Cold Mountain to be one of my top reads But I became bogged down fairly quickly with this book because of sentence fragments and choppy sentences and also because of the lack of consistency with dialogues I don t mind no quotes for dialogues but this book had dashes sometimes and some dialogues just had he said and she said inbeded in paragraphs There are several points of view in this book and lots of changing scenery which I m also [...]

    11. This gothic mountain tale about a pair of feral twins and the backwoods aunt who takes them under her wing after their mother is murdered by her redneck lover is a much leaner, meaner read than the author s previous works, Cold Mountain and Thirteen Moons Each character is fully realized including a scene stealing elderly pony named Sally and the rural, 1960 s North Carolina setting is beautifully evoked The creepy black pond in the middle of nowhere that features prominently in the climax is pa [...]

    12. This was just an okay book I didn t think it had much of a story The characters were pretty much one dimensional and the story was simple and shallow The characters seemed undefined and were not well developed their motivations seemed limp or non existent None of the characters were people I cared about or would want to know This author simply failed to bring this story to its full potential Thematically, Nightwoods has much to do with the damage that parents can do to their children Lily and Lu [...]

    13. I think I am too much of a feminist to enjoy this book.I really don t know how many stars to give this thing It s not that it s poorly written, it s just that it is horribly one note The characters are archetypes the Hero, the Damsel in Distress, the Strange Children, the Villian, the Absentee Parents who each have one very distinct motivator or event in their past that makes them who they are There s no COMPLEXITY to these people, and that makes them boring Further, I HATE HATE HATE that Luce p [...]

    14. Normally Appalachian tales are not my thing, at all Sorry, Scott Nicholson, I tried and tried Nothing of a kind in fact, something about small lives in remote backward locations just fail to engage a proper urbanite But then again a book like this comes along and changes one s mind At the very least it strongly supports my theory that great writing can make any story worth a while Frazier s writing is terrific, his narrative just flows with such ease and grace, it s an utter pleasure to read The [...]

    15. 3.5 stars that drug on in the end a bit too long to rate it a 4 Really enjoyed parts of this novel it s plenty entertaining, features great writing and imagery In fairness I believe others will no doubt rate up the the chain a little higher The character interaction seemed a bit too rehearsed to be 100% spot on Perhaps a 4 in almost every way but to distinguish it from other similar works I ll rate it at 3 Strangely, I might be apt to recommend this one to others looking to wade into Southern, [...]

    16. Frazier s first three novels focus, respectively, on lost love and found friendship, wisdom and the ills of progress over a long life, and an unsympathetic world that does not punish or reward but cleanses all bones equally 259 Despite, however, these different eras, plots and situations, there are some hints and themes that echo through his writing pioneer morality, the power of time, the inevitability of loss, the resiliency of nature, quick glimpses of spirituality What is unique about Nightw [...]

    17. Nightwoods by Charles Frazier 5 5 starsI received the book for free through First Reads.I really, really liked this book I won t recount the story here, you can read it numerous places Frazier s pace was almost almost too slow for me It took me awhile to care much about Luce, but it then took him awhile to reveal her in detail She s a loner maybe even a recluse who left town in disgrace to be the caretaker of a delapidated and closed resort in the mountains of Tennesee Her major contact with a w [...]

    18. Following Charles Frazier s stunning debut with Cold Mountain, anxious readers waited 10 years for his next book, hoping to regain the majesty and flow of that iconic award winner Thirteen Moons, his followup, did not get critical or popular accalim, and almost six years has passed before the release of this much anticipated Nightwoods, which fulfills the promise of Frazier as a writer of beautiful, sensuous fiction In other reviews I have noticed that Southern writers evince a care of craft whi [...]

    19. Plot driven, so one can hurry through to the end Having gotten away with a cinematic ending in Cold Mountain, Frazier made this entire slim volume made for TV The characters are ready made, from central casting, so there s no need to explain why they are the way they are The dialogue has moments but no great scenes like Inman and the Goat Woman from CM.Frazier has become of a type, along with Richard Russo readable if predictable stories, a workshop feel If a gun is introduced in the first chapt [...]

    20. I loved this book The words, fresh, startling, concrete, kept me hungry to keep reading lovely sentences, rhythms I just want to hug the whole language of it really tight I want to page through and read words and sentences and descriptions again and again the language never stopped being luscious The slow, quiet Southern mountain tone of the whole prose was in sharp contrast to the mean, horrid, scary, nasty plot, and this contrast worked beautifully Never a gasp or a cheap thrill The pace that [...]

    21. Because I want every Frazier book to rise to the level of Cold Mountain, there is a temptation to be disappointed But that is unfair He propels the story forward very believably, and we want to go along for the ride.

    22. I picked this up on a whim at the library I was intrigued by it s stellar review on Entertainment Weekly and I remember enjoying Cold Mountain.This novel takes place in 1960 s Applachia These people are poor, as in sucking pig spine poor I draw the line at eating meat that s unidentifiable The whole tone of the novel is run down, desperate.Luce is a woman who has checked out of the world A violent incident sends her from cheerleader to town recluse overnight Intruding into Luce s insulated world [...]

    23. Charles Frazier has returned to what he does best Whatever the time in history, his stories of life in the mountains of North Carolina resonate with not only the vast physical beauty of the place, but also the stark,brutally honest depiction of life lived there Luce knows all about choices or the lack thereof living in those mountains You either grow up and leave or you grow up and stay Her sister left and ended up dead, murdered Luce stayed and went from cheerleader to recluse, living in a crum [...]

    24. This story takes place in the Appalachian countryside in North Carolina, it details the picture of the struggle for life.Luce lives by herself in an old lodge She s totally self reliant and has been living in the building which was a summer retreat by a man made lake When the owner died, she took it upon herself to act as caretaker.She inherits her murdered sister s two chilren, feeling that if she didn t care for them, they d be split up and placed into adoption This seems to be part of the Nat [...]

    25. Talk about atmospheric, I could feel the weather and the tension Frazier s lyrical style lulls the reader, setting them up for the gut punch of the action Great characters, well most of them, and a sociopath that Thomas Harris would admire This guy can write and Nightwoods is a hell of a story In stores 9 27, or write to me before that date

    26. While I frequently find modern literature about dysfunctional families well, too dysfunctional, I enjoyed every quirky character in this book, Frazier s beautiful prose, and the journey of really not having a clue of where the story was headed A great read on so many levels.

    27. With Cold Mountain and 13 Moons etched in my memory, I started Nightwoods by Charles Frazier with great expectations As I finished it, all I could say was I m glad this one is done and behind me Nightwoods is much like the 2010 movie Winter Bones, which my wife and I watched as I took a break from the closing pages of Nightwoods Slow moving, frustrating, meandering with seemingly little destination in mind No, one is in no way based on the other Nightwoods takes place in mostly North Carolina, i [...]

    28. Won this ARC through This is the third book from Frazier and his knowledge and love for the North Carolina mountains shines through in his writing Luce is alone and enjoys it for the most part, she is free to wander through the woods, read whenever she wants and seeks company only when lonely When her sister is murdered she becomes the guardian of her sisters 2 children who do not speak and have an unhealthy interest in fires and starting them Shell shocked from the witnessing of their mothers m [...]

    29. Cold Mountain is one of my favorite novels, but I was bitterly disappointed in Thirteen Moons Nightwoods falls somewhere in the middle It is, at base, a classic thriller, with chapters alternately focusing on our heroine and those characters who have relationships with her and her sister s murderer The plot is well constructed, and I definitely felt the tension as the stories intertwined But somehow I never really felt an empathetic connection with the main characters, particularly Luce s niece [...]

    30. Nightwoods by Charles FrazierAuthor Charles Frazier seems unable to make a literary misstep In Nightwoods he spins another country yarn of North Carolina mountain life Luce is a young woman living in a long abandoned mountain lodge as it s caretaker Her quiet life is suddenly interrupted by the arrival of her murdered sister s two children, damaged and mute Luce is not equipped to handle sudden motherhood , especially given the wild children s predilection to setting fires and killing chickens J [...]

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