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Phantom: Harry Hole 9 de [Nesbo, Jo]
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Longitud: 466 páginas Word Wise: Activado Tipografía mejorada: Activado
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"Like a Scandinavian police version of the Jason Bourne series... a compulsive page turner... Nesbo leads us into the murky back-streets of Oslo and a world of drug addiction and smuggling, gang warfare and corrupt officialdom – all of which social context is handled with real skill by the author." (Independent on Sunday)

"Jo Nesbo writes tightly plotted, claustrophobic thrillers with plenty of snow and a brutal yet hopelessly romantic policeman hero with the wonderful name of Harry Hole... they're also exuberantly, ingeniously gruesome." (John Preston Sunday Telegraph)

"Phantom is arguably a much better book than any previous instalments. Nesbo wrings out the tension, by turns painful and delicious, with consummate skill." (Davd Connett Sunday Express)

"Nesbo’s extraordinary writing power still mesmerises" (The Times)

"Phantom will maintain Jo Nesbo’s unstoppable momentum" (The Independent)

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After the horrors of a case that nearly cost him his life, Harry Hole left Oslo and the police force far behind him. Now he's back, but the case he's come to investigate is already closed, and the suspect already behind bars.


Denied permission to reopen the investigation, Harry strikes out on his own, quickly discovering a trail of violence and mysterious disappearances apparently unnoticed by the police. At every turn, Harry is faced with a wall of silence.


But Harry is not the only one interested in the case. From the moment he steps off the plane, someone is watching his every move.


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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 3097 KB
  • Longitud de impresión: 466
  • Editor: Vintage Digital (15 de marzo de 2012)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ISBN-10: 009955478X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099554783
  • ASIN: B0064BWDRW
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Narración desde el punto de vista de un roedor, juegos y giros habituales en el mundo de Harry, y una espléndida continuación de lo que ha pasado en los dos libros previos. Una joya, con un final que -como siempre- deja con ganas de más.

Obligado para los fans de la saga de Hole, con el extra de que es quizá el mejor y más impactante por los personajes implicados (y las resoluciones (o no)).

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The dark underbelly of Oslo 8 de abril de 2016
Por Richard C. Reynolds - Publicado en
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Harry Hole is back in Norway but doesn’t have a job. He’s returned to his home country from Hong Kong because Rakel’s son, Oleg, has been imprisoned and charged with murder of his druggie pal, Gusto. But being unemployed doesn’t stop Harry from acting like a policeman and trying to get the truth behind Oleg’s incarceration.
Rakel has enlisted the help of an attorney, Hans Christian, to get Oleg cleared of the charge. Rakel and Hans Chrisitian also have a growing relationship; isn’t it nice to have a lawyer in the family?
Jo Nesbo shows us the worst of Oslo in this book ranging from various kinds of drug addicts, corrupt politicians and police officials, and outsiders who are controlling the drug activity with their eyes on huge payoffs. The kingpin in the drug trade is someone who almost never appears, hence the title of the book, and carries the mystery name of Dubai.
Nesbo’s writing is at his usual high caliber but there is one technique that I didn’t care much for. We get Gusto’s back story but it’s told with interspersed chapters that are printed in italics, bouncing us back in forth in time.
The excitement and tension starting mounting in about the middle of the book as Harry takes more risks in trying to get Oleg free from both prison and narcotics. The ending is full of unexpected twists and violent acts but it left me slightly confused. I’m not sure whether Nesbo meant all this to be a setup for a sequel; guess I’ll have to wait and read the next Harry Hole novel to find out.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "Life Is a Restaurant You Can't Afford" 14 de julio de 2014
Por David Island - Publicado en
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"Phantom" by Jo Nesbo is an excellent book. I think this, even though I don't particularly like Police Crime novels. But Nesbo's stories are different: rich, engrossing, clever, brutal, full of carefully developed characters, even sentimental and loving at time, and astonishingly literary. The above title to my review is from Page 205 and is spoken by the ghost of the dead Gusto, one of the narrators in the story, a beautiful young man who is murdered. Wrongly accused of the murder, Oleg, the son of Harry Hole's erstwhile lover Rakel is already in prison awaiting prosecution. Harry, Nesbo's main police guy (or ex-police in this story), has returned from a 3 year hiatus in Hong Kong to save Oleg, believing him to be innocent of the murder. Harry has a troubled past (aptly illustrated in the long-running series), operates often as a loose cannon, doesn't really care what anybody thinks, and uses his long-established police and other Oslo connections to work his magic. Harry has long been Oleg's only father-figure. Harry loves the boy and puts his life on the line time and time again in his attempts to save him.

The quote continues, " order the most expensive thing on the menu...if you're lucky you get a mouthful." Go ahead, interpret it. It's classic Nesbo.

Jo Nesbo is probably Europe's most brilliant living author. Watch the interview with Charlie Rose on PBS (google it) to see and hear Nesbo one-on-one. You'll be impressed.

The story is all about drugs, the drug scene in Oslo, the impossibility of stopping it, and the cruel and ugly underworld it is, creating, at least at one time, the reputation of Oslo being Europe's drug capital. Descriptions, dialogue, dilemmas are all realistic -- scary-realistic.

The end and resolution of the murder mystery is a big and unexpected shock. It's a testimony to Nesbo's skill that the reader (me anyway) is taken completely by surprise.

As a reader, you do have to suspend disbelief a few times, as Harry and others become involved in death-defying predicaments, somehow or other escaping to live another day. Police corruption, unconscionable drug lords and mother-dad-son pathos fill the pages.

It's a clear winner and a 5.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Oh Harry, you ARE a machine 18 de julio de 2014
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Harry comes back, from a safe(for him) job, in a distant(FAR FROM RAKEL) land - Remember Bangkok? Harry has it dialed, and no emotional complications- Anyway. . . OLEG, the little boy Harry loved like a son, who seems to have suffered the break-up of Harry and his mom harder than any imagined..... Oleg has been arrested, imprisoned, and convicted by evidence, for the shooting of a well-known drug dealer. Oleg isn't talking. Harry, despite the overwhelming evidence, takes the drug-world apart to find a way to clear Oleg. Harry is emotionally sunk from the first moments he is reunited with Oleg, OMG and Rakkel...
And the total quagmire of the drug/political/big, bad, and super-sick-secret world of how it all works together..... Truly despicable (humans) keep things character-driven despite their very shallow like-ability...
I switched allegiances frequently. Prayed for Harry, but knew his survival might not mean much. Dark. Darker. Darkest.
You will not guess the end.
Nobody could.
I wept.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Well Crafted Tale 20 de marzo de 2017
Por Ed Benjamin - Publicado en
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Of course, I am giving this book five stars. Jo Nesbo has demonstrated a great ability to improve his writing craft book after book. I believe I have read every book Mr. Nesbo has written (which has been translated into English) with the exception of POLICE and the soon to be published THIRST. This book is excellent, well plotted and demonstrates the author's maturation as a gifted writer.

For me, however, I miss the power he exhibited in his earlier works: the earlier Harry Hole and the stand-alone novels. Where the characters reached out, grabbed you by the gut and didn't let go.

This is still an excellent book and well worth the read. Highly recommended.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas it's painful to read 12 de diciembre de 2016
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I don't know why Nesbo enjoys tearing his creation apart so. Harry has been through so much throughout this series, that when you see one of the few precious things left in his life put at risk of destruction, it's painful to read. I love the series. The characters are complicated, the plots are smart and well-defined. Plus, there is something about a hero who is so beaten upon, yet so ferociously dedicated, that draws me in and holds tight from book to book. If you haven't read any of the Hole novels, don't start with this one. If you have, get this quickly and delve back into the miserable, yet darkly honorable life of Harry Hole.
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