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Return to Book Page. Preview — La Trilogie berlinoise by Philip Kerr. Bernie Gunther, ex-commissaire de la police berlinoise, est devenu dA c tective privA c. Des rues de Berlin nettoyA c es pour offrir une image idyllique aux visiteurs des Jeux bsrlinoise A celles de Vienne la corrompue, Bernie enquAate au milieu d’actrices et de prostituA c es, de psychiatres et de banquiers, de producteurs de cinA c ma et de publicitaires.
La diffA c rence avec un film noir d’Hollywood, c’est que les principaux protagonistes s’appellent Heydrich, Himmler et Goering Published by Livre de Poche first published BerlinGermany Vienna Austria. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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In the normal course of affairs, I probably would not have picked this book up even though the premise — a detective working in Nazi and post-war Germany — was promising.
However, I work with a woman who likes this sort of thing and I keep my eye open for books to recommend or get for Xmas gifts. The writing is not compelling or really very good. Perhaps Kerr is parodying the noir genre with passages like this: Back in the bedroom, she was still standing there, waiting for me to come and help myself. Impatient of her, I snatched her knickers down, pulling her onto the bed, where I prised her sleek, tanned thighs apart like an excited scholar opening a priceless book.
For quite a while I pored over the text, turning the pages with my fingers and feasting my eyes on what I had never dreamed of possessing pp.
Her breasts were like the rear ends of beelinoise pair of dray horses at the end of along hard day. Trilpgie all 3 comments. Although Berlin was a interesting setting, I really did not like the detailed descriptions of rape and torture of women. I read for pleasure, and abuse of women is not entertaining. I am not asking to ignore that these things happened, I just do not need them described in detail. Unfortunately the author died while we were reading this, so he will never get the feedback.
The time and setting did provide good discussion material, especially about how people adapt to living in challenging times Although Berlin was a interesting setting, I really did not like the detailed descriptions of rape and torture of women. The time and setting did provide good discussion material, especially about how people adapt to living in challenging times with evil leaders like Hitler and the SS. I actually only read the first book. I really didn’t like the main character and he spent way too much time sleeping with every woman he met than actually investigating anything.
Really not for me. Could not get into this book. Not a fan of the writing and the plot is not holding my interest so gave up. Just couldn’t get into this book. I only read the first novel but I disliked it enough berlioise know I won’t be finishing the others. The protagonist was supposed to be a German detective along the lines of Mike Hammer – the wise-cracking tough PI. I can’t imagine any German talking like this guy. Also the descriptive passages were boring. And the plot was so convoluted and the trilogi flew in and out I had to ask But, eventually, I didn’t care.
I’m in the minority here. A lot of people really like I only read the first novel but Berlinoiise disliked it enough to know I won’t be finishing the others.
A lot of people really like this book.
I’m just writing this trilkgie so I know not to ever get another one of these books. Jones, if you want three novels, let me know and I’ll send it to you. Otherwise – it’s off to Goodwill Books. I found the plots quite good and the feel for the time period too. Just couldn’t stand the glib one liners that the author gave Bernie Gunther, non stop. When his assistant Inge appeared with the same one liners I couldn’t stand it any longer and gave up after the first novel in the trilogy.
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Every single character had the same form of wise cracks for every situation. Imposible terminarlo, insoportable la actitud de listillo y macho castigador del protagonista con frases tan trogloditas como “hay algo peor que pasar la noche con una mujer fea, y es despertarse con ella”.
I didn’t like this book at all. Too many similes lla too much gangster talk. Stopped after the first book, Berlin Noir.
I didn’t finish this book and I hate not finishing books. I could imagine this as a really stylish tv mini series but as trilogiw book it’s berlioise over-written.
Ugh, what an unedifying, evil depicting book this is. There’s enough evil in berlioise world, than to be ‘entertained’ by it. Dianais rated it did not like it Feb 25, Susan Klaar rated it did not like it Aug 09, Jeremy Wright rated it did not like it Sep 26, Claire rated it did not like it Triloyie 22, Nakeysha rated it did not like it Nov 06, Beth rated it did not like it Jun 14, Katie rated it did not like it Apr 15, Elizabeth Boutin rated it did not like it Sep 02, Joseph Lamarre rated it did not triilogie it Nov 30, Paul Spencer rated it did not like it Feb 10, Molly rated it did not like it Mar 03, Severine rated it did not like it Jan 02, Johanne rated it did not like it Jul 11, Catherine Emma Ellis rated it did not like it Jun 21, Robert Anthony rated it did not like it Mar 17, Jim Thompson rated it did not like it Mar 24, Gary McCallister berllnoise it did not like it May 27, Philip Kerr was a British author.
He was best known for his Bernie Gunther series of 13 historical thrillers and a children’s series, Children of the Lamp, under the name P. There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Other books in the series.
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Bernie Gunther 1 – 10 of 14 books. Books by Philip Kerr. Trivia About Berlin Noir: Quotes from La Trilogie berli Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.