[Reading] ➬ Und nachts die Angst ➳ Carla Norton – Pcusati.info

[Reading] ➬ Und nachts die Angst ➳ Carla Norton – Pcusati.info Die Unbeschwerte Kindheit Der J Hrigen Reeve LeClaire Fand Ein J Hes Ende An Dem Tag, An Dem Sie Ein Perfider Triebt Ter Entf Hrte Und Misshandelte Erst Nach Jahren Der Gefangenschaft Konnte Reeve Fliehen Und Ihr Peiniger Gefasst Werden Doch Jahre Nach Ihrer Flucht Werden In Kalifornien Erneut Drei M Dchen Entf Hrt, Von Denen Schlie Lich Eins Entkommen Kann Tilly Sie Ist Das J Ngste Opfer, Schwer Traumatisiert Und Verweigert Jegliche Aussage Schlie Lich Bitten Die Eltern Des M Dchens Reeve Um Hilfe Immer Tiefer Ger T Reeve In Die Aktuellen Ermittlungen Und Ins Visier Des Brutalen Killers, Der Sie Keine Sekunde Unbeobachtet L Sst


10 thoughts on “Und nachts die Angst

  1. Antigone Antigone says:

    Carla Norton has worked as an editor, an author of true crime, and published a few books on the writing craft The Edge of Normal is her first piece of fiction and serves as a bit of a lesson on the difference between constructing an account from life and composing through the use of the imagination Many make the mistake of bel


  2. Liviania Liviania says:

    THE EDGE OF NORMAL is a thriller, a genre I ve been readingof this year I blame GONE GIRL It s not that I loved GONE GIRL I just liked it , but that publishers are giving their thrillersof a push And why not Thrillers have a wide ranging appeal They re fast, but have to be clever to deliver twists They re driven by plot, but often requi


  3. Bookread2day Bookread2day says:

    At the tender age of twelve Reeve LeClaire was abducted and kept for four years Now in her twenties she has a fragile stability getting flash backs shivering remembering being locked in the boot of a car Reeve has now started to rebuild her life visiting her psychiatrist Dr Lerner who is an expert helping a lot of kids that have been kidnapped Dr


  4. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    Reeve had been held as a plaything for a sexual sadist for four long years It has taken her six long years under the care of Dr Lerner, her psychiatrist, before she could even begin to heal and get on with her life Even after that time she still has dreams and moments of panic When another young girl Tilly is rescued, held under similar circumstances, Dr,


  5. Jo Jo says:

    4.5 starsI appreciated this book so muchthan recent forays into grown up suspense think Gone Girl There were plenty of adult themes, but they weren t peppered with obscenities In other novels, I feel that using the f bomb every other word is extremely distracting, and while this book did use language, it did so in a seemingly natural way rather than a jarring one As


  6. Julie Julie says:

    The Edge of Normal by Carla Norton is a Minotaur publication set for release in September of 2013.Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for the DRC of this book.Reeve LaClaire is the survivor of kidnapping, rape, and torture She was held captive for over 3 years and now a decade later, she is still unable to live a normal life She is close to her father, but her sister has th


  7. Liz Barnsley Liz Barnsley says:

    In many ways, Reeve LeClaire looks like a typical twenty two year old girl But Ten years ago, she was kidnapped and held captive After a lucky escape, she s spent the last six years trying to rebuild her life, a recovery thanks in large part to her indispensable therapist Dr Ezra Lerner But when he asks her to help another girl rescued from a similar situation, Reeve realizes she may n


  8. Lindsey Lynn (thepagemistress) Lindsey Lynn (thepagemistress) says:

    I received this book from a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.This is a very emotional and raw thriller with gruesome detail so please be of mature audience.This book features a girl, Reeve, who has gone through sheer hell for a period of life and is recovering from that Just trying to get a grip on reality Then it happens again and Reeve is asked to help She can barely make it through daily life b


  9. Donna Donna says:

    Worst.Audio.Narration.Ever I m not even exaggerating It was AWFUL And the story itself was almost a repeat of every single thing I hated about The Never List Ugh I m so disappointed Review soon Worst.Audio.Narration.Ever I m not even exaggerating It was AWFUL And the story itself was almost a repeat of every single thing I hated about The Never List Ugh I m so disappointed Review soon


  10. Raven Raven says:

    2013 has produced a plethora of fiction based on the theme of abduction, and the emotional and traumatic journey to recovery undergone by women held captive at the hands of abusers, and with the revelation of the Ariel Castro case in America, there is much to be said about art mirroring life Admittedly having read at least four with this theme last year with varying degrees of success, I was a little ambivalent at facing another, but thankfully The Edge of Normal has neatly circumvented the woe 2013 has produced a plethora of fiction based on the theme of abduction, and the emotional and traumatic journey to recovery undergone by women held captive at the hands of abusers, and with the revelation of the Ariel Castro case in America, there is much to be said about art mirroring life Admittedly having read at least four with this theme last year with varying degrees of success, I was a little ambivalent at facing another, but thankfully The Edge of Normal has neatly circumvented the woeful plotting and laboured narratives of the others I have read this year, and really struck a chord in its depiction of Reeve St Claire as a survivor of long term abduction, and her journey back to life.Called upon to counsel and offer support to a young girl, Tilly, recently liberated from an abductor, Reeve quickly establishes a rapport with her, and through the careful coercion of her psychiatrist, Dr Lerner, not only builds on her own recovery but becomes intrinsically involved in the pursuit of Tilly s abductor Naturally, Reeve finds herself in danger as her utter determination to stop this particularly manipulative and brutal man, still holding another girl captive, and as the story unfolds the empathy we have established with this fragile young woman, becomes evenpotent Perhaps through the author s own professional experience of working with survivors of abuse, there is an extremely authoritative and authentic representation of Reeve s character and the hurdles she must overcome to survive the other side of her horrific experiences, and this for me was the most compelling aspect of the narrative Likewise, I found the characterisation of the abductor himself, an outwardly charming and professional man in a position of authority, who dispassionately manipulates other men to do his dirty work for him, extremely effective in the story I would question slightly how if Reeve would necessarily place herself in the extreme danger she does towards the close of the plot, but wasthan happy to suspend my disbelief, such was the strength of Norton s storytelling overall Compounded by the tentative relationship between Reeve and police detective Nick Hudson, which thankfully did not resort to some chocolate box resolution, and Reeve s continuing journey from her fragility as a victim to aself assured and confident woman, I found this a thought provoking and very engaging read


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