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Wolf: Jack Caffery series 7 par [Hayder, Mo]
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Longueur : 417 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
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Revue de presse

"Hayder keeps you guessing adroitly - and has in Caffrey, a maverick cop so fascinatingly weird that he makes Ian Rankin's Rebus seems a stolid conformist" (Sunday Times, Culture)

"Builds to its mesmerising climax with a brilliantly paced sense of menace. Masterful" (Sunday Mirror)

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The sensational new Jack Caffery thriller from Mo Hayder, bestselling author of Gone and Poppet. Who's afraid?

I believe, from what I can hear, that either my daughter or my wife has just been attacked. I don't know the outcome. The house is silent.

Fourteen years ago two teenage lovers were brutally murdered in a patch of remote woodland. The prime suspect confessed to the crimes and was imprisoned.

Now, one family is still trying to put the memory of the killings behind them. But at their isolated hilltop house . . . the nightmare is about to return.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1756 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 417 pages
  • Editeur : Transworld Digital (24 avril 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Gritty torture, depression, blood and guts, and a truly twisted bad guy. A pretty standard Mo Hayder novel with a nice twist. 28 mai 2015
Par Matthew Lala - Publié sur
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Well, it was a no-brainer choosing "Dark" out of the 6 single-word options Amazon offers you to describe the mood. Though suspenseful isn't a bad choice either. The pace is slow but offers enough to keep you reading.

Dark is mostly what Mo Hayder does best, occasionally with a touch of supernatural and mysterious. In her universe, the protagonists tend to be brooding, depressed, and damaged, and harbor many secrets. Good things don't come to them, they don't have a sympathetic spouse at home or cheerful sidekick to share their burdens. And it seems like they get more bad luck than good, and most of the people who could help them are more than a little screwed up too.

The bulk of the story is a sort of hostage situation where two unknown antagonists have trapped a family in their house, with seemingly no goal other than to torment them. The family members are tough and smart enough to survive and get out the faintest cry for help... a plea that the omnipresent walking man picks up and brings to caffery.

The ending is a genuine surprise, a nice twist to cap off a mostly slow-paced book where the focus is mostly away from Caffery and his plodding efforts.

My only complaint is that the walking man shtick is getting a little old... the mystery behind him is gone, his passive-aggressive relationship with Caffery is tiring, and now he's mostly a plot device... the guy who initiates the quest in this case, or just a foil for Caffery to bounce his thoughts off of. I kind of wish the author would just do something with this character... have him lose it, kill him off, whatever.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent entry in an excellent series 16 janvier 2015
Par Andrea F. Ozment - Publié sur
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Parallel narratives show a wealthy family being held captive in their country home, while series detective Jack Caffery tries to locate the owner of a dog, found with a fragment of paper saying "help us." The dog belongs to the family, of course, but all kinds of mayhem has ensued by the time Jack finds them. The continuing story of the fate of Jack's brother is interwoven in the story, with Jack finally learning what happened. We already know, from an earlier book in the series, but the revelation is a shock for Jack. I have to say that this author really knows how to write a gripping book. Highly recommended -- but even though this would stand alone fine, read the whole series for an even richer experience.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not This Time! 20 juillet 2016
Par Steven Christensen - Publié sur
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Wolf is another thriller featuring detective Jack Caffery who has been featured in several other books by the author. There are two underlying story lines, one following the efforts of Jack to solve the disappearance and murder of his younger brother many years ago and the other a home invasion at the home of a family in the rural English countryside.

The antagonists are two men posing as police officers who hold the family hostage and psychologically and mentally terrorize the father, mother and daughter for no apparent reason. While their actions are disgusting and gruesome I found the brutality of their deeds less than intended because there was an almost comedic interaction between the two villains and the family. I just could not take these two alleged monsters seriously. Also, there is little character development of the family members with the possible exception of Matilda, the mother.

Will these two plot lines come to a satisfactory conclusion? While the last hundred pages contain many twists and turns for me it just wasn't enough to save this story. Also, I found the inclusion of the Walking Man in Jack's search for his brother's killer absurd. Mo Hayder has written some darn good books but this was not one of them.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful Wolf 4 mars 2017
Par Rochelle Snyder - Publié sur
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I could not read the last chapter, was glad of the forewarning in the title. The rest of, or beginning 9/10 of it though were fantastic. I will always wonder how Terhune got inside the Collies' heads the way he did, and he must have. I see the same behaviors, full blown or snippets of personalities he described. What a gift. What an incredible individual to have known.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome if mildly unbelievable 25 avril 2014
Par T. Edmund - Publié sur
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Mo Hayder, no stranger to the sicker side of crime thrillers, brings Jack Caffrey back into our worlds with Wolf.

With enough twists to suck your adrenal glands dry its a little hard to summarize the plot without giving something away, suffice to say there is violence, psychological torture, and a puppy called Bear with a mysterious note attached to his collar asking for help.

Overall the plot is pretty slick, albeit a little disjointed. Jack's initial goal in the book is his endless investigation of his brother's disappearance, in a rather contrived scene with 'The Walking Man' Jack is stalled in his search and directly put on the path of the 'crime of the week.' Although he doesn't do much good at all, The majority the book he spends stumbling around trying to suss out the situation while the real drama happens to our 'victims of the week' where most the page-time goes.

While this may sound like a book-breaker, the power of the book is in the scenes from the point of view of the prisoner-victims: some surprisingly compelling suburbanites taken captive by two mysterious military type thugs.

The prose is slightly jaded in Wolf, while Hayder has previously used presence tense to pen her novels, something about the words in Wolf leaves one feeling distant from Jack as if watching his actions from a fly on the wall, not a spider in his head. nonetheless there is a characteristic vividness to the action that as expected from this series, will leave one gaping in horror.

A final redeeming feature of Wolf, is a massive advancement in Jack's private investigation - I won't say more than you will be shocked and horrified and like all running series, desperately begging for the next book to arrive yesterday already!
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