[The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton


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  • The Widow
  • Fiona Barton
  • Portuguese
  • 22 September 2019
  • 9789896577568

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Fiona Barton ê 4 characters The Widow Read Ç 4 De ambos foi sendo escrutinada nas primeiras páginas dos jornais A ViúvaAgora Glen está morto e pela primeira vez Jean está só livre para contar a sua versão da história Jean Taylor prepara se para nos contar o ue sab. A porn addict who has cybersex with strangers dressed as childrena child killer or just kinky Jeanie stood by her husband Glen from the day he was accused of Bella s murder because she believed in him She never once thought of him as a barbarian beast monsterHoweverJeanie said she couldn t live with a man who looked at pictures of children the way he does It s not real Jeanie Our experts said in court that they re women who look really young and dress up as kids for a living Some of them are really in their thirties But they look like children they do it for people who want to see children and men doing those things Jeanie Taylor accepts that her husband is just a bloke doing his nonsense Jeanie and Glen bond tighter together after the little girl Bella went missing Jeanie loves her husband and he knows her weakness They both have secrets and Jeanie keeps her husband s secrets because she feels she caused their troubles with her own obsession Aren t you curious what Jeanie s obsession was I m not passing out spoilers but this is one twisty mother frickin crazy thought provoking story Fiona Barton debut novelist brought freshness to the genre of psychological suspense stories Both husband and wife are placed under scrutiny A uestion lingers in the minds of readerswhy be a secret keeper of any crime Especially this crime What s type of character are we dealing with There was a line I liked a lot having a cup of coffee with gossip I laughed smiled thought about all the many ways that line could be interpreted oh and I could have been friends with Kate the journalist She was awesomeVERY GOOD FIRST NOVEL cheers to Fiona Barton great name I ll read her books again Widow kept me reading most of the night cozy under my covers in Calistoga on vacation with the lovely sound of rain Thank You Berkley Publishing Netgalley and Fiona Barton

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The Widow

Fiona Barton ê 4 characters The Widow Read Ç 4 A Mulher A existência de Jean Taylor era de uma banalidade abençoada Uma boa casa um bom marido Glen era tudo o ue sempre desejara na vida o seu Príncipe Encantado Até ue tudo mudou O MaridoOs jornais inventaram um novo. congratulations semifinalist in goodreads best mysterythriller category 2016The Widow is being set up to be the next Gone Girl and the publisher and reviewers are very excited about it so i m frustrated to be somewhat less enthusiastic than the crowd this time as a psychological suspense novel it s very good factor in the debut author component and you can add an additional very onto that assessment but reading this i just never had that moment you have as a reader when a book clobbers you that hard to pin down sparklethe thing about Gone Girl that made it noteworthy isn t that it was a great psychological suspense novel psychological suspense novels even great psychological suspense novels are a dime a dozen Gone Girl was a psychological suspense novel that also worked as a funny sharp cautionary tale a social satire with a strong voice a great twist and an ending that lingers in your guts it s the recognition of there but for the encouraging the reader to take a hard look at themselves and their relationship and uestioning whether they or their partner had gotten complacent and lazy and could either of them be doing better or giving in order to avoid resentment and conseuencesThe Girl on the Train was the next big psych suspense hit marketed as Gone Girl and it provided some of the same appeal factors as Gone Girl but it was less ambitious less surprising and less lasting however it did offer a similar opportunity for reader insertion the relatability of daydreaming out a train window and the potential for seeing something alarming that possibility is what makes me likely to experience that elusive sense of immersion into a text otherwise it s entertainment at a remove watching events unfold in which i am not a participant where i have no stake and no lasting effects afterwards so while this is an adroitly written psych suspense novel it didn t draw me in as much as other books have done because it didn t have that extra ooomph that makes me invested beyond what is happening on the pagealthough i m not foaming at the mouth for it this book does many things very well technically it s a page turner but it s a slow and thoughtful page turner that you ll want to savor than your average thriller the titular widow is a woman named jean taylor whose husband glen had years ago been the prime suspect in the kidnap and murder of a little girl jean stood by her man throughout the police investigation and the barrage of reporters the perfect supportive wife with glen s sudden death jean finds herself targeted once by reporters who want to know everything she s been presumably holding back all these years the story shifts back and forth in time from the crime in 2006 through to glen s death in 2010 in chapters designated by perspective The Detective The Reporter The Husband The Mother and The Widow which are jean s chapters even before glen s death despite the title of the book and the fact that hers are the only chapters written in first person jean s story was the least interesting to me maybe it s just a side effect of having read this just before my holiday present wrapping rewatch of season 5 of The Wire but i found the relationship between the police and the media fascinating and all the behind the scenes process and tactics very well handled i particularly enjoyed the portrayal of the journalism angle with the pressure to entertain and inform and compete with other news and media sources the freuently ghoulish priorities and the standards by which success is measured in that world It was journalism at its most powerful hammering home the message with a mallet inciting reaction and the readers responded The comment sections on the website were filled with unthinking screaming vitriol foulmouthed opinion and calls for the death penalty to be reinstated The usual nutters the news editor summed up in morning conference But lots of themeven just judging by the other early reviews on here this book is for sure going to sell a zillion copies and be a big hit with readers and everyone will cry oh karen why are you so wrong all the time and that s fine i m glad to be wrong every once in a while and i absolutely enjoyed this book just not to the point of tru luv 4 eva i unflinchingly hold up my 35 stars that frankly would probably have been rounded up to four view spoilerif there had been any kind of twist since i d been gleefully bracing myself for one from the beginning and when no twist came i felt a bit dejected hide spoiler

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Fiona Barton ê 4 characters The Widow Read Ç 4 Nome para Glen monstro era o ue gritavam e lhe chamavam Jean estava casada com um homem acusado de algo impossível de imaginar E à medida ue os anos foram passando sem ualuer sinal da menina ue alegadamente raptara a vida. 35 StarsI ve now listened to a uite a few audio books and I m starting to enjoy them and There have been one or two that I didn t care for but that may have been the same if I had read the book I was intrigued when I read the description for this book However of course it had to be touted as the next GONE GIRL or GIRL ON A TRAIN I really hope they stop doing that I guess I should just be happy that the title didn t have the word GIRL in it I thought it sounded pretty interesting an electrifying thriller that will take you into the dark spaces that exist between a husband and a wifeI wouldn t say that I was electrified but I enjoyed this audio I was very impressed by the multiple narrators they were all very easy on the ears I also liked how it was clear who was speaking and what date it was This was really helpful as the story alternates back and forth from 2006 to 2010 Told from the viewpoints of The Widow Jean The Detective The Reporter The Husband Glenn and The Mother So although there were many different characters I found it easy to keep track of whose point of view it was even with the time shift The majority of the story is told from JeanJeanie Taylor s The Widow point of view Jean s husband Glenn was just killed in a freak bus accident We find out that prior to the accident Glenn was accused of kidnapping a two year old child named Bella Jeannie has stood by Glenn She may have been a bit concerned about his online actions that she calls his nonsense but he can t possibly have committed such a heinous crime because as Jeannie says Glenn loves children The simple lies are the hardest funnily enough The big ones seem to just fall off the tongueOverall this was an enjoyable psychological suspense novel I really enjoyed hearing the story from all the different perspectives While this may not have been an extremely twisty turny read it had a good plot and flowed along at a steady pace holding my interest right up until the very end I look forward to from Fiona Barton


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  1. says: review The Widow [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters

    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Does anyone want to start a letter writing campaign or club to ban misleading book jacket summaries? Cause I will provide snacks at all the meetings and get cutsie t shirts made on my own damn dimeThe book jacket for The Widow by Fiona Barton would have you believe that you are about to read a psychological thriller all

  2. says: [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters

    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton congratulations semifinalist in goodreads' best mysterythriller category 2016The Widow is being set up to be the

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    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Meh This isfine but not particularly outstanding as thriller as character study or as dissection of a marriage; really it feels like it just doesn't have much to say It doesn't take long for readers to know one of the primary narrators is seriously unhinged but even that POV didn't provide much interest and it

  4. says: [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters

    review The Widow Fiona Barton ê 4 characters Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton 35 StarsI've now listened to a uite a few audio books and I'm starting to enjoy them and There have been one or

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    review The Widow Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters Firstly let me say that I am beginning to tire of publishers who pump out books with the following description as it seems to come with every new Thriller on the market of late My opinion is that if a blurb is good enough a book will sell regardless and doesn't need the hype of Gone Girl or Girl on the Train in the descriptionExample For fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train an electrifying thriller that will take

  6. says: [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton

    review The Widow Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters Oh dear I SO wanted to love this one The one everyone's going to be talking about apparently Well yes that's actually entirely possible it is a novel of the type very much in the public eye at the moment domestic noir unreliable na

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    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton A porn addict who has cybersex with strangers dressed as childrena child killer? or just kinky? Jeanie stood by her husband Glen from the day he was accused of Bella's murder because she believed in him She never once thought of him as a barba

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    Free download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Fiona Barton [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton THE WIDOW by Fiona Barton is a gripping debut psychological thriller that deals with the premise of the story How much does the widow of a suspected kidnapper paedophile know about what he is alleged to have done?What secrets are hidden inside a marriage? When one is suspected of a crime can the other person really not know what was going on?The story opens with a 'Dear Reader' section before the story has even begun Fiona Barton talks a

  9. says: [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton

    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton The Widow is a psychological suspense novel about Jean whose husband has died recently and now she has to decide how much to reveal about the crimes he was being investigated for The books is a good read for when you just want something light and it kept my attention but it wasn't anything special The characters were okay and you kind of know where the story is going to go as soon as you start reading it There aren't really any s

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    [The Widow] E–pub ß Fiona Barton Fiona Barton ê 4 characters review The Widow Jean Taylor's husband was accused of a crime and for a while she wasn't sure if he was guilty or not and has to pretend that she doesn't suspect him and doesn't notice his strange behavior Then she finds out the truth When he is gone for good

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