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Larve: Harry Holes neunter Fall
Larve: Harry Holes neunter Fall
Larve: Harry Holes neunter Fall
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Larve: Harry Holes neunter Fall

Geschrieben von Jo Nesbo

Erzählt von Achim Buch und Rafael Stachowiak

Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen

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Nach drei Jahren in Hongkong kehrt Kommissar Harry Hole nach Oslo zurück. Der Prozess zu einem inzwischen abgeschlossenen Fall lässt ihn nicht los. Ein Jugendlicher wurde wegen Mordes verurteilt, es gilt als erwiesen, dass er einen gleichaltrigen Drogendealer im Streit erschossen hat. Doch Harry Hole glaubt nicht an diese einfache Geschichte und rollt den Fall gegen alle Widerstände noch einmal auf. Er besucht den angeblichen Mörder im Gefängnis – und ist schockiert, als er sieht, wen er vor sich hat.
SpracheDeutsch
Erscheinungsdatum10. Okt. 2011
ISBN9783844905199
Larve: Harry Holes neunter Fall
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Jo Nesbo

A musician, songwriter, and economist, Jo Nesbø is also one of Europe’s most acclaimed crime writers, and is the winner of the Glass Key Award, northern Europe’s most prestigious crime-fiction prize, for his first novel featuring Police Detective Harry Hole. Nesbø lives in Oslo.

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  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I needed a change in tempo and Joe Nesbo’s Phantom (Harvill Secker) leapt at me from the shelf of the local library. I’d read a couple of Harry Hole books before and couldn’t tell you what they were about for love or money but had a recollection of enjoying the ride. In Phantom, Harry is dragged out of retirement in Hong Kong to return to Norway and try and prove the innocence of his one true love’s son. No-one is pleased to have Harry back, including the Oslo Police, but this time it’s personal, so he flies solo to try and solve the case which is wrapped up in the drugs world. He’s not a giggle a minute character to spend the time with but he does give you a ride along the way, though it’s possibly more accurate to describe it as miserable rather than enjoyable.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This sucker is bleak, man, even by the standards of Nordic crime. And completely riveting. Doesn't quite match the series' high point, the Snowman, but it is damn good. And what a cliffhanger at the end...
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    And a little bit of star. Not the best - and I'm not sure it could stand alone as there's a lot of internal action in the heads of the characters which probably doesn't make much sense without knowing the back story. Rakel has become very unreal - but I'll give the author the benefit of the doubt as it may be intentional. He has a lot going on in this book and handles the various threads very well - I more or less managed to keep it all together without making notes although I had to read it pretty fast.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Nov 23 2012. Been waiting to read this.
    Finished. Another delight. Had trouble with the Italics story (writerly device) from one of the kids, but worth it altogether. Just how long is ole Harry going to survive himself; and how did Rakel become an idiot all of a sudden?
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Harry Hole's back in Oslo, deep in the criminal underworld. Typically gripping and another good volume in the series.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Oh nooooooooo. So good, but the ending.... Noooo!
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Harry, out of police work for a while now, and sober, returns to Oslo from Hong Kong to take on the only case that could get him out of retirement. His putative son Oleg, son of his former lover Rakel, has been charged with murder, and Harry is determined to prove him innocent. This one focuses a lot on drugs and drug dealers, and a new drug called "violin" which is more pleasurable than heroin, although it is more expensive. Certain bad guys want to keep their monopoly on violin, and it all gets pretty gory and bloody. There's also a plot/subplot involving corruption in the Oslo police department--all very dark and dismal.One heads up--this book ends on a cliff hanger, and in addition, many of the plot points in this volume carry over into the next Harry Hole installment. You won't want to wait too long before reading the next book, or you may forget some important plot points. (Or I would.) 3 stars
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A little lackluster, but still solid. Typically insightful into the human condition, but a bit naive at times and not a particularly profound ending for such a memorable character. A few flourishes here and there, but Nesbo should have reached deeper ( he definitely has it in him!)
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A thriller. It twists and turns like the death knife some Russian mafioso would stick in your belly.
    You cannot put Phantom down. You cannot stop--just like with the drug everyone craves in Oslo, the mystery drug that starts with an "orgasm" (Nesbø's description) when you shoot it in your arm. Phantom acts slower. But keeps you up late.

    The whole book is so much bigger than my get-up-groggy-and-hit-the-john life, the one that we all lead. The characters' lives would kill me in a day (It kills most of them too-but takes longer) -- Detective Hole, the Russian mafia and Mr. Dubai, the druggies on the street, even old soggy Norway with its shooting-gallery protuberance, the one built for the Oslo Opera House.

    I had to go into detox for a couple of days, so I am putting down the book and reading a slow, plodder--the History of the British Empire. Then I go back and do a little Nesbø. I don't want to OD on it.
  • Bewertung: 2 von 5 Sternen
    2/5
    I was left a little ambivalent about this novel. Set in Norway, Detective Harry Hole returns from the Far East when he learns that his quasi step son, Oleg, is in jail facing a murder charge. Harry is convinced of Oleg’s innocence and before long finds himself enwrapped in conspiracies involving government, police, and a drug cartel. Harry has no problem ruffling feathers, and gets a rush from the police work, something that was missing from his life when he was away from Norway.The novel was certainly gritty. It has a certain intensity to the writing. There were, however, a few things that brought it down in my opinion. First, was the slow pace that the story is written. There are a lot of wasted chapters and passages where little is happening, certainly not enough to maintain my interest. The second is that by and large, I didn’t care about the characters. Whether it was Oleg, or Gusto, the man that was murdered, or his girlfriend, Irene, these characters were all drug-addict losers and I really didn’t care one way or the other what happened to them. Therefore, the story lost much of its impact for me. The most ineresting aspect was the conspiracies involved, but even that was a common conspiracy that wasn’t very impactful as a result.Carl Alves – author of Conjesero
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Too disturbing for me to rate it higher. I really wish this series had a bit of sunlight.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Justice at any price!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I'm enjoying this series a lot, but I think I do have to stop reading it backwards. I had started doing that, because I had read that the later books were better, but the plots really are somewhat interrelated, and it's harder to think backward than forward.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I have always enjoyed the Harry Hole series, albeit that I was a little disappointed in the two earlier novels, published here out of sequence. I was also a bit disappointed in this one; mainly because I felt the second narrative about the events leading up to the main crime was rather overdone and distracted us too much from the main action. I cannot say much about the plot but will say that two key twists were delivered perfectly. One area where the book lacked a bit of credibility was the extent of Harry's various soundings at various stages, how on earth did he carry on? I still like Jo Nesbo and will keep him on my to read list.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    This has to be one of most well crafted mysteries I’ve read in a long time. Former Norwegian police detective Harry Hole returns to Oslo when he hears that Oleg, the son of his former girlfriend, has been arrested for murder. The crime isn’t at all straightforward though and involves a new drug that has hit the streets of Norway and some dueling crime syndicates. There are plenty of twists and turns in this story and you’ll find the action and surprises come one after the other. There is definitely a lot of violence and there isn’t much that separates the ‘good’ guys from the ‘bad’ guys. I really enjoyed the multiple narrators in this story as the plot is slowly revealed from many different points of view. Part of the enjoyment was trying to figure out what was going on – definitely Nesbo is a master of the ‘show, don’t tell’ method of story telling. This is definitely a series I will be hand selling, although the violence is pretty graphic – not for the faint of heart.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Nach drei Jahren kehrt Harry Hole nach Oslo zurück - doch nicht ganz freiwillig. Oleg, der Sohn Rakels, die Liebe seines Lebens, sitzt im Gefängnis, angeklagt wegen Mordes. Und die Beweislage scheint eindeutig. Doch Harry kann es nicht glauben, beginnt auf eigene Faust zu ermitteln und landet in einem Verwirrspiel ohnegleichen. Es geht um Drogen, Korruption, Machthunger, Gier, Sucht und nichtzuletzt um Liebe. Harry wirbelt ein fein austariertes System von Politik und Drogenmilieu durcheinander und stößt in ein Wespennest. Doch es kommt noch schlimmer...
    Wie schon üblich ;-) ist es ein bis ans bittere Ende spannender Krimi, der es einem schwer macht das Buch zuzuschlagen, bevor man die letzte Seite gelesen hat. Es gibt jede Menge unvorhergesehene Wendungen, wenn vielleicht auch nicht immer ganz so überraschend, da man durch die vorhergehenden Bände schon ein Gespür dafür hat, dass gerade das Unwahrscheinlichste häufig die Lösung darstellt. Doch auch das verblüffenste Ereignis fügt sich logisch und nachvollziehbar in die Geschehnisse ein, sodass an keiner Stelle das Gefühl auftaucht, hier wurde etwas mühevoll konstruiert. Harrys immer wiederkehrenden Kämpfe gegen seine Sucht, seine Schlußfolgerungen die diesen Fall letztendlich lösen, seine daraus resultierende Vorgehensweise - alles fügt sich überzeugend zu einem Ganzen. Lediglich seine fast schon übermenschlichen Überlebensfähigkeiten lassen ein wenig Kopfschütteln zu, aber - sie machen Hoffnung auf den zehnten Band...
    Fazit: Für Action- und Krimiliebhaber ist dieses Buch ein Muss. Nicht ganz unblutig, aber mit viel Raum für tiefergehende Darstellungen einzelner Personen. Und man muss die vorhergehenden Bände nicht gelesen haben, um der Geschichte folgen zu können, doch hilft es, die Beziehungen der Protagonisten untereinander besser zu verstehen.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This installment of the Harry Hole series is excellent!   Once again Jo Nesbo creates a great blend of emotional dynamics and complex thriller.  Tension continues to mount regarding the degree of corruption in the city police and council members in Oslo. Great read!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Harry Hole doesn't need a curly, red with to render a heart-felt and genuine version of "It's a Hard-Knock Life," although he'd wish himself dead if he were ever to sing it. At the start of the latest instalment of his sorry stories, he's already visibly marked as a man of sorrow. Returned from exile as a debt collector in Hong Kong after throwing in the towel on his police career, Harry is back for the only people who mean anything to him, his former lover Rakel and her son, Oleg. Oleg is slam-dunk charged with the murder of a fellow junkie and Harry, sober three years and still a detective at heart must work outside the forces of law and order to free the boy he considers his son. The trail, as ever, leads to the highest offices of the government and the police force and to the lowest wastrels and waifs before reaching a shattering conclusion. It's a very good read but if, like me, senility is approaching fast, I suggest writing down the names as you go. Trust me. I liked this much more than the previous book, "The Leopard." I suspect it has to do with being able to connect more with Harry when he has more to connect with, like Rakel and Oleg.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This ninth volume in Jo Nesbo's Harry Hole series finds our intrepid hero flying back to .norway from Hong Kong. A drug ring run by the mysterious Dubai has taken over Oslo with a popular, addictive manufactured drug called Violin. Former lover Rakel's son is somehow caught up and stands accused of the murder of another drug runner. Hole is resolved to find the true killer. That he is no longer a member of the police force poses both roadblocks and possibilities. He doesn't always have access to the information he needs, but some things are better handled outside the law. Who or what is Dubai? How far does the drug ring extend? Is the police department involved? Can he ever win Rakel's heart again? The plot races along to a truly amazing cliffhanging climax. This Harry Hole is beaten up and weary in both spirit and body. Audiobook narrator Robin Sachs' raspy growl of a voice captures him perfectly. I have been taking this series out of order without much problem. However, I believe "Phantom" and its successor, "Police" must be read in tandem. The surprising denouement of Phantom will send you racing for the next volume.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Jo Nesbo did it again. It's the 9th book of the Harry Hole series and it's as fresh, exciting and a page-turner as ever. He starts his investigation for a personal reason but what he finds at the end is no less than an ancient greek tragedy. Shocking....
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    My first Nesbo. Probably not my last, but maybe not the best place to start. A lot of back story that it would be helpful to know, so maybe I'll go back to some earlier Harry Hole stories and catch up. Nesbo writes a great crime yarn with many twists and turns and some lovely surprises. He caught me out entirely with the location for the body! No spoiler, but he laid out the clues, and I didn't put them together until the reveal. Very satisfying.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This book kept you on the edge of your seat as you react to various twist and turns. Thought the narrative of Gusto that coincided with Harry's movements was particularly interesting. Nesbo portrayed the drug scene in Oslo in a very depressing manner. It will be interesting to see where Nesbo goes from here in future endeavors.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    It took me a rather long time to read this book. Typically dense Nesbo-Hole book. I want to give it five stars, but Harry breaks my heart, so I can't. Then again, maybe he does catch that plane. We'll find out next year.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Harry Hole returns to Oslo to try to clear the name of Oleg, a boy he helped raise and loves. Oleg is accused of murdering a drug dealer named Gusto.Harry becomes involved in the drug community to try to find the murderer. During the investigation we see many unique characters and are witnesses to many cruel things these drug dealers do to people. The drug gang is led by an older man and his henchmen, a group of former Russians.We also have an alternative point of view as we read of Gusto's life in his own words. This is a difficult thing to accomplish, the alternative point of view, and the author does it well.Additionally, a new drug has been discovered and it is so addictive that it seems to have the effect of its users taking over parts of Oslo.Harry is a powerful protagonist. He hates the drug people and will stop at nothing to get the answers.The police have their own agenda and some are under pay of the drug dealers so Harry doesn't know who to trust. This makes him a more sympathetic figure for the reader and makes us root for his success.The suspense is excellent and the characters are well described. The conclusion is powerful and left me wondering about the fate of Harry Hole.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Harry Hole ist eine Legende. Mehr kann man nicht sagen... In diesem Fall will er Oleg, dem Sohn von Rakel, aus dem Gefängnis holen. Am Ende steht alles auf dem Kopf.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I really liked this one. In one sense they are growing more unbelievable, as Harry Hole at this point is so physically battered that each time he gets up again it's almost like watching a movie about the walking dead. But suspending that disbelief, it's a good story and very suspenseful.I could do without the interludes from the perspective of the rat, but they are short at least.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This series just keeps getting better and better. If you're interested in Scandinavian crime fiction forget Steig Larrson, Nesbo is head and shoulders above. In Harry Hole he has created one of the great detectives. In this round Hole returns clean and sober from 4 years in the far East because someone close to him has been involved in a murder. Even though Hole is trying to protect his loved one, he can't stop being a cop. This one's a keeper.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Excellent! Jo Nesbø elevates the thriller to the level of Greek tragedy and though Harry Hole (as usual) goes through a lot in this book, it is the emotional pain of losing the ones he loves most what really breaks your heart. This to me not only makes the book much better but also, personally, I prefer this more emotional challenge to the almost-torture-porn turn that the series took in The Leopard.The end is a bit ambiguous but there are three bad guys out there (four, if you include the person who shot him last) and I'm hoping that, despite all he's been though, Harry's back to clean up this last mess in the closing installment of the Henry Hole saga.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    The latest in the Harry Hole series. Not as macabre as most of the series and, again, not many good things happen to Harry. I had to read the ending twice to figure out what happened I'm still aren't sure. Maybe it will be like the soap operas?
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Phantom is the first Harry Hole and the first Jo Nesbo novel I’ve read. He lives up to the hype. Nordic crime fiction seems to share a sort of dark and moody atmosphere. Nesbo has that too, but he also has more action and intensity than some of the other Nordic novelists I’ve read. Having not read any Harry Hole books before, I felt I was able to pick up on the character and his background rather quickly. Reading earlier novels in the series would be helpful and perhaps enrich the experience, but it is not necessary to read them in order to enjoy this book..Harry Hole is an outstanding character. Dark, brooding, and trapped by his policeman nature that doesn’t allow him to pursue his own happiness. He recognizes that there are any number of choices along the way, but he always picks the one that drags him in deeper and leads him closer to the truth.Nesbo paints a grim and unforgiving picture of Oslo and particularly the drug scene there. Harry Hole’s outlook is nearly as dark. He knows he has a blind spot for Rakel and Oleg, the woman he left behind and her son, but he fights through it to find the truth behind the murder Oleg has been accused of. His own alcoholic past leaves him few friends among his former police colleagues upon whom he can rely. Where others are willing to accept easy answers, Harry keeps pushing, no matter the personal cost.Phantom is an intense book, and the last half of the book rushes at you with a series of twists and turns that keeps you guessing and a shocking ending that will stick with you long after you put the book down. Highly recommended.I was fortunate to receive an advance copy of this book