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  1. says:

    I know that the first two Harry Hole books are generally the least popular of the series but I couldn't be persuaded to jump in at boo

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    ”A sudden uncontrollable fury rose in him and he cast around for something to smash He snatched the whiskey bottle from the table and was about to launch it at the wall but changed his mind at the last moment Lifelong training in self control he thought opening the bottle and putting it to his mouth” As you read this novel you are going to realize just how much sarcasm is loaded into that statement Harry Hole pronounced Hoo le

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    A very disturbed serial killer and an even problematic detectiveIn this first novel of the series we learn the beginnings of the enigmatic Harry Hole a renowned but highly problematic detective from Oslo Norway A rape and murder of a norwegian citizen takes place in Sydney Australia The indecipherable detective is sent as support to carry out the investigation But one murder turns into many and a simple investigation uic

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    Review was originally published on Through the Chapters|Blog35 stars “I have an idea for Harry’s life for what is going to happen to him Harry’s near future looks bleak After that it’s getting even worse And after that everything is going to hell” Jo Nesbø interview January 2010 This is the major reason I’m rating the first book with 35 stars The second reason eually important is the connection that I had w

  5. says:

    As a huge fan of Jo Nesbo and the Harry Hole series I waited eagerly like many other fans for The Bat the first book in the Harry Hole series to finally be translated into English It was like waiting for Santa to arrive on

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    In my other binge reading project of the winter I thought that there was no better time to explore the Harry Hole series by Norwegian Jo Nesbø

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    The Bat by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo is the first of the Inspector Harry Hole pronounced Hoo leh novels Set in Australia of all places Nesbo introduces our hero as a foreign policeman sent on a diplomatic mission to assist

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    A very different experience this one was for me Harry 'Hoo ley' is an experienced detective with a story of his own to tell bought out to Sydney Australia to assist Australian Police in a murder of a Norwegian woman The poor man is called Harry Holy by everyone he's given up on correcting people An interesting one here as this is a Norwegian writer delving strongly into Aboriginal culture and even re telling some dream

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    This is the book that introduced Inspector Harry Hole of the Oslo Crime Suad or it least it would have been had not several of the lat

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    Psychopathic The Bat is the first book in the Harry Hole series and while this was an average story it did establish the character that has since gone on to facilitate some very engrossing thrillers This book had too many plot holes and a constant uestion of why start a series about a Scandinavian investigator

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Flaggermusmannen

The electrifying first appearance of Jo Nesbø’s detective Harry Hole Inspector Harry Hole of the Oslo Crime Suad is dispatched to Sydney to observe a murder case  Harry is free to offer assistance but he has firm instructions to stay out of trouble The victim is a twenty three ye. A sudden uncontrollable fury rose in him and he cast around for something to smash He snatched the whiskey bottle from the table and was about to launch it at the wall but changed his mind at the last moment Lifelong training in self control he thought opening the bottle and putting it to his mouth As you read this novel you are going to realize just how much sarcasm is loaded into that statement Harry Hole pronounced Hoo leh is dispatched to Sydney Australia to investigate the murder of a Norwegian woman He soon discovers with the help of the Australian half caste Aboriginal officer Andrew Kensington that this murder is not an isolated case The victim is one of a string of blond women who have been killed over a series of months This is a different Harry Hole than the man that shows up in Redbreast and Nemesis which are number three and four in the series Because the American publisher decided to publish those books before publishing The Bat I started the series in the middle I rarely do that I usually insist on reading a series from the beginning because I find in later books there are generally significant revelations that may harken back to an earlier book in the series In this case instead of ordering an intensive Rosetta Stone course on learning Norwegian I decided to suspend my controlling need for order and read book three first The Jo Nesbo InvasionI now understand why the US publishers elected to start with book three We have been experiencing an invasion of Scandinavian mysteries similar to the invasion of Rock and Roll from England in the 1960s You can t swing a backpack in a bookstore any without knocking down a display of the latest author to be touted as the new Stieg Larsson I too have been seduced by the work of our Nordic neighbors In this book Hole spends the entire time in Australia so introducing this regionally misplaced character to a reading public desperate for a new mystery from the frozen North doesn t really work Now that his works have been doing very well in the English speaking world publishers have decided to go back and publish the first two in the series His Australian colleagues call him Holy instead of Hoo leh and Harry makes the decision that Holy isn t too bad and doesn t bother to correct their pronunciation He prefers it to being called something most people associate with an orifice He meets a lovely Swedish girl named Birgitta Everything is going well between them until Harry falls of the wagon Andrew Kensington ends up dead and even though Harry only knew him a week they had become good friends Harry wraps both arms around the shock and the grief of his friend s passing Resuming drinking is an allure he can no longer ignore Now there are drunks and then there are Harry Hole drinking binges Harry woke with a splitting headache The light hurt his eyes and no sooner had he registered that he was lying under a blanket than he had to throw himself to the side The vomit came in uick spurts and the contents of his stomach splashed on the stone floor He fell back on the bench and felt the gall sting his nose as he asked himself the classic uestion where on earth am I During the times that he is halfway sober he continues to investigate the serial killings and the death of Andrew Kensington The he finds out about Kensington the secrets that are revealed These shrouded bits of information lead to secrets and many of them seem to involve a friend of Andrews a German gay man named Otto He is a friendly chap and Harry soon learns just how friendly Let s make a tasteless and wonderfully vulgar wager Otto said his eyes glinting with amusement I bet one hundred dollars that this soft slim hand of yours will have felt my vitals before you leave for Norway Do you dare to accept the bet Harry loses this bet but you will have to read the book to find out how The Harry drinks the maudlin he becomes He seems to be punishing himself for past crimes which are revealed in vivid detail in this book The death of Kensington brings back the past but it seems drinking himself into a staggering state of ineptitude is not enough He decides to hire a hooker and of course he gets caught by Birgitta One must destroy one s life completely before one can make better decisions it seems I only wish that Birgitta would have hopped the next flight out of there back to Sweden or Paris or Timbuktu anywhere to get away from HarryHarry without barely a shred of evidence makes suppositions that are not only incorrect but turn out to be colossally wrong As he should be he is a much better investigator in later books He is violent and reckless as a young man Aren t we all I spend a large part of this book not liking Harry very much We do though see glimmers of the seasoned cop he will become Does this remind you of anything you ve seen before Andrew shrugged When you ve worked here long enough all murders remind you of something you ve seen before No Harry thought It s the other way round Work long enough and you see the tiny nuances each murder has the details that distinguish one from another and make each one uniue I was fortunate enough to get my books by Jo Nesbo signed when he was in Houston recentlyThis book has a nice twisty plot and certainly kept me turning the pages I didn t mind spending time in Australia even though if I d been able to step into the book I certainly wouldn t have spent any time with Harry I prefer spending my vacations not wringing vomit out of my clothes I do wonder if reading a couple of the later books didn t add to my enjoyment in reading this book I meet the older Harry and then meet the younger Harry several years later It made me appreciate the man still flawed but maybe not as much so that Harry becomes a few books later He still gets in trouble with his superiors He still screws up relationships but I feel sympathy when it happens to the older Harry 35 starsIf you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at Jewish Life very well in the English speaking world publishers have decided to go back and publish the first two in the series His Australian colleagues call him Holy instead of Hoo leh and Harry makes the decision that Holy isn t too bad and doesn t bother to correct their pronunciation He prefers it to being called something most people associate with an orifice He meets a lovely Swedish girl named Birgitta Everything is going well between them until Harry falls of the wagon Andrew Kensington ends up dead and even though Harry only knew him a week they had become good friends Harry wraps both arms around the shock and the grief of his friend s passing Resuming drinking is an allure he can no longer ignore Now there are drunks and then there are Harry Hole drinking binges Harry woke with a splitting headache The light hurt his eyes and no sooner had he registered that he was lying under a blanket than he had to throw himself to the side The Sex Toys 101 vomit came in uick spurts and the contents of his stomach splashed on the stone floor He fell back on the bench and felt the gall sting his nose as he asked himself the classic uestion where on earth am I During the times that he is halfway sober he continues to investigate the serial killings and the death of Andrew Kensington The he finds out about Kensington the secrets that are revealed These shrouded bits of information lead to secrets and many of them seem to involve a friend of Andrews a German gay man named Otto He is a friendly chap and Harry soon learns just how friendly Let s make a tasteless and wonderfully The Joy in Business vulgar wager Otto said his eyes glinting with amusement I bet one hundred dollars that this soft slim hand of yours will have felt my Stuffed vitals before you leave for Norway Do you dare to accept the bet Harry loses this bet but you will have to read the book to find out how The Harry drinks the maudlin he becomes He seems to be punishing himself for past crimes which are revealed in Cotas Claim vivid detail in this book The death of Kensington brings back the past but it seems drinking himself into a staggering state of ineptitude is not enough He decides to hire a hooker and of course he gets caught by Birgitta One must destroy one s life completely before one can make better decisions it seems I only wish that Birgitta would have hopped the next flight out of there back to Sweden or Paris or Timbuktu anywhere to get away from HarryHarry without barely a shred of evidence makes suppositions that are not only incorrect but turn out to be colossally wrong As he should be he is a much better investigator in later books He is The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, violent and reckless as a young man Aren t we all I spend a large part of this book not liking Harry Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) very much We do though see glimmers of the seasoned cop he will become Does this remind you of anything you Fakers, Forgers Phoneys ve seen before Andrew shrugged When you Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia ve worked here long enough all murders remind you of something you Doing Without Concepts vacations not wringing Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy vomit out of my clothes I do wonder if reading a couple of the later books didn t add to my enjoyment in reading this book I meet the older Harry and then meet the younger Harry several years later It made me appreciate the man still flawed but maybe not as much so that Harry becomes a few books later He still gets in trouble with his superiors He still screws up relationships but I feel sympathy when it happens to the older Harry 35 starsIf you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews But I Survived visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

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Ar old Norwegian woman who is a minor celebrity back home Never one to sit on the sidelines Harry befriends one of the lead detectives and one of the witnesses as he is drawn deeper into the case  Together they discover that this is only the latest in a string of unsolved murders and. Review was originally published on Through the Chapters Blog35 stars I have an idea for Harry s life for what is going to happen to him Harry s near future looks bleak After that it s getting even worse And after that everything is going to hell Jo Nesb interview January 2010 This is the major reason I m rating the first book with 35 stars The second reason eually important is the connection that I had with the main character from the very first page Harry Hole pronounced as Hoo leh is a young innocent guy with good intentions even if sometimes he behaves in irrational patterns In other words when he faces impediments which he cannot control he falls under the influence of alcohol This decision automatically activates a domino effect and things coming to fall apart The human soul was a deep dark forest and all decisions are made alone The Bat He is determined that he can do nothing to transfigure the unfortunate events that keep haunting him and therefore he resort to beverage not to comfort himself as he might believe but mostly to punish himself for the past he cannot change for the lies he had to tell for the love he had lostThe first installment in the Harry Hole series The Bat provides the readers with background information of Harry s life It gives some very significant insights into the emotions the inner world and a past that made him a person he is now It was a little bit slow with many information about the Aboriginals in Australia but it didn t destroyed the main purpose of the author to introduce us this young impulsive cop who came to investigate the murder of his compatriot Moreover the fact that he gets involved with a potential witness proves again his young age and inexperience a detail that pictures him as an innocent guy with a sombre past and a darkness that everyone hides insideMoving on I appreciate the author s boldness and the moments where he isn t intimidated to cauterize his main character A sudden uncontrollable fury rose in him and he cast around for something to smash He snatched the whiskey bottle from the table and was about to launch it at the wall but changed his mind at the last moment Lifelong training in self control he thought opening the bottle and putting it to his mouth The Bat In addition I have to acknowledge the aboriginal myths which Nesb has incorporated into this novel It was very enlightening and frustrating at the same time since everyone had to tell his myth to Harry to give him a clue about who the murderer might beIn the first chapters Hole states that You re a tiny bit damaged every time you unravel another murder case something that works as a prophecy to the development of his personality in the next stories and connects with the statement of Jo Nesb himself who prepares a hell ride for his hero Forthwith the first case of Harry Hole functions as a very good baseline for the next stories and I m eager to dive into them in order to travel with him through his intimidating life pathI can t wait for itWhat do you want peopleI have this dark side inside me I never denied it

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The pattern points toward a psychopath working his way across the country As they circle closer and closer to the killer Harry begins to fear that no one is safe least of all those investigating the caseBONUS MATERIAL This ebook edition includes an excerpt from Jo Nesbø's  Police. This is the book that introduced Inspector Harry Hole of the Oslo Crime Suad or it least it would have been had not several of the later Harry Hole novels reached the US ahead of it The wait is finally over though and The Bat is now at last available in a US editionIt seems a bit odd that the first book in a series featuring a Norwegian police inspector would be set in Australia Nonetheless that s the case A young Norwegian woman who had been something of a minor television celebrity back home has been raped and murdered in Sydney Harry is sent to Australia to act as a liasion with the Sydney police in the investigation His instructions are clear he is to be an observer and he is not to actually meddle in the investigation The Sydney police clearly expect that Harry will spend most of his time seeing the sights and will be content to go home and report after a few days at mostEven if you ve never read another Harry Hole novel if you ve read any crime fiction at all you know that s never going to happen From practically the moment he arrives in Australia Harry develops his own ideas about the case and is anything but shy about pursuing themThe principal merit of this book is that the reader gets to meet a younger Harry Hole and to learn a bit about his background The case itself is intriguing and Harry meets a number of interesting characters along the way If there is a problem with the book it rests with the fact that Nesbo spends uite a bit of time as a tour guide and cultural anthropologist exploring the land its mysteries and its peoples and sometimes the travelogue gets in the way of the story itselfActually The Bat seems like one of those books that you would find much later in a series at a time when the author has begun to run out of ideas and so sends his character off to an exotic land to mix things up a bit and not incidentally to give the author a great vacation that he can deduct as a business expenseStill though it s not up to the standards of some of Nesbo s later Harry Hole novels this is a fun story with a lot of unexpected twists and turns And for those of us who are compulsive completists when it comes to our crime fiction it gives us the chance to finally start reading this series in order The problem remaining is that the second book in the series The Cockroaches will not be released in the US until December At that point all of the Harry Hole novels will finally be available here and all will be right with the world

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  • Flaggermusmannen
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  • 01 December 2017
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