I was a little confused with the chapter that indicated that a body had been found in a reservoir and there was only a minor reference to explain this later on. A very good Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood and worth 4. Jun 25, Barbara rated it liked it.
First time I have read a Mark Billingham novel. It is based around honour killings and is quite brutal in places. Not a book I could say I enjoyed, although I had to finish it to see what happened. Not sure I would read another by Mark Billingham. Jul 16, Denise added it. Jesus, I think I understand serial killers better than that. The narrative zips along, solid police procedural, with "If you can kill your own flesh and blood because something they've done means you don't think you can hold your head up in a temple or in some poxy neighbourhood cafe The narrative zips along, solid police procedural, with characters that have fully developed into familiar people throughout the course of the series.
Aside from the plot, the statistics about the number and nature of the honour killings in the UK further explained in an author's note at the end are chilling and defy belief. The rationalization for it is still shocking and astounding, I hope, to all of us: "Respect is important, and you hold on to it by weeding out those who are misled.
Those who choose to ignore rules about how to behave, how to dress, who they are supposed to have children with. Nothing is more important than dealing with dishonour in the right way I've loved the Thorne books for a long time, and now enjoy the character of Nicola Tanner. The topic definitely will stimulate discussion of this heinous practice and hopefully lead to its termination.
View 2 comments. Jun 21, Debbie rated Peacemaker - Loggins And Messina - Finale really liked it Shelves: net-galley-booksebooks. This was a great read with an extra bonus. I had no idea there was such a thing as honour killings. The act of killing a family member in certain religions because they are not "respectful".
Such as women who want to wear makeup, go out to bars, etc. That was very enlightening and jaw dropping for me. The book went at a pretty fast pace and was very enjoyable. I really liked the characters, Tanner and Thorne. Tanner was a very hell bent woman and she was bound and determined to find the killers This Quatre Preludes - Erik Satie - Jean-Pierre Armengaud With Dominique Merlet - LOeuvre Pour Piano - C a great read with an extra bonus.
Tanner was a very hell bent woman and she was bound and determined to find the killers of her partner. Thorne was a likable character and Summertime - John Di Martinos Romantic Jazz Trio* - So In Love would definitely read another book wherein he is the main character.
Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood to Grove Atlantic and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. Billingham continues to succeed in keeping the readers interested and involved in his long Tom Thorne series, this police procedural seeing the grumpy detective helping colleagues investigating the brutal crime of honour killing.
That's not to say it's not well-written, just not indulgent in the sense of using description for description's sake. It seemed well balanced, and though I (Who?) Keeps Changing Your Mind (Mix 3) - South Street Player - (Who?) Keeps Changing Your Mind continues to succeed in keeping the readers interested and involved in his long Tom Thorne series, this police procedural seeing the grumpy detective helping colleagues investigating the brutal crime of honour killing.
It seemed well balanced, and though I guessed one twist early and barely understood the other, it didn't spoil my enjoyment at all. I'll continue to indulge myself in the series. Aug 28, Lynn rated it really liked it. Exciting entry in the Tom Thorne series. Lots of supporting character action and Tom earns his salary solving these cases. Mar 30, Elaine Tomasso rated it it was amazing.
Nicola is grieving for her partner, Susan, who was murdered a couple of weeks earlier and is on compassionate leave. She is obviously excluded from the investigation which she believes was a case of mistaken identity linked to her investigation into contract I would like to thank Netgalley and Grove Atlantic for an advance copy of Love Like Blood, the 14th police procedural to feature DI Tom Thorne.
She is obviously excluded from the investigation which she believes was a case of mistaken identity linked to her investigation into contract honour killers and she wants Tom to help her in an unofficial investigation. I thoroughly enjoyed Love Like Blood and was glued to the pages. The plot has some amazing twists and turns and I was reading furiously to find out what was coming next.
It is well paced with information coming, initially, in dribs and drabs but speeding up as the novel progresses. Tom reckons that misdirection is required to cover up Nicola's participation but the whole novel is cleverly full of it and it fooled me.
The subject matter, honour killings, is not something I know much about as it is necessarily secretive and a political hot potato, as is made abundantly clear Pajama Party - Darlington / Johnie 3 - El Choppo the novel.
Mr Billingham, however, is informative on both the mindset and the politics and does an excellent job of presenting all sides of the argument although some of it is quite distressing. Throughout the novel Tom and his sidekick, pathologist Phil Hendricks, leaven the read with their childish bickering and banter although, listening to my husband and his friends, it is extremely authentic.
They have become old friends as the series progresses. The characterisation is great. Tom has lost some of his bolshiness but not all - there is a great scene involving t-shirts which had me laughing out loud - and seems to be settling down with Helen. Again their banter seems very realistic. Even Phil has found love. Nicola is a work in progress but she starts to unbutton as the novel progresses and I would like to see more of her in future novels.
Love Like Blood is an accomplished, complete novel with a serious subject matter which deserves more publicity, set in a genre which is typically regarded as entertainment rather than literature and Mr Billingham carries it off extremely well. I have no hesitation in recommending it as an excellent read. View all 3 comments. Aug 26, RG rated it really liked it. Crimes committed around Honour Killings which is a touchy subject.
I wouldnt say its a typical crime novel murder catch the bad guyit seemed to have more of a conspiracy theory type approach. The lack of attachment to the characters that the authors written about for 14 or so books may have prevented my rating from being higher.
A welcome return for an old friend It's a great big welcome back to that Merle Haggard, country lovin' detective, Tom Thorne. Sep 11, Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves: challenge. Now I don't know anybody who wouldn't have been moved an indeed horrified by the true story of Banaz Mahmod and the way in which she suffered at the hands of family for the simple act of falling in love with the wrong man.
It is something in Western culture that we take for granted - the basic right to love and be loved by those whom we choose Put The Blame on Pete - Smokey Joe & The Kid - Nasty Tricks those who are chosen for us.
And yet in some cultures, this still remains an impossible dream. To those who disobey or 'dishonour' their family, a fate such as that which befell Banaz is sadly far more prevalent than any of us would like to accept.
The idea of honour killings - be it for love or some other inferred shame - is the central premise of this book. Mark Billingham has not tried to retell Banaz's story. As he has said himself that is not his story to tell. But her story has most certainly inspired a book which becomes somewhat of a moral dilemma in the making. At the heart of this novel is real life horror dressed up here as a form of entertainment, art even.
Should we really say that we enjoy it? Maybe, maybe not. However Billingham has found a near perfect balance, blending Thorne's irresistible charm, an element of humour and the day to day mundane realities of family life, with an overwhelmingly depressing set of statistics and a case which puts the lives of Thorne's friends and colleagues at risk.
This is not a case of preaching the horrors of honour killings, although they are clearly outlined here, but it is also more than mere entertainment.
Billingham skilfully gets his distaste at the subject across to the reader through Thorne's reactions, while still leaving them the scope to make their own minds up about what has occurred.
The book opens on a fairly traumatic scene, the brutal attack and subsequent murder of DI Nicola Tanner's partner Susan.
While we are not, as readers, privy to the murder itself, the ongoing descriptions of the aftermath, the scene with which Tanner is left, are New-York - DJ Smoke - The One And Only 100% Primo than enough to make it clear to us what has happened without it being spelled out in all its glory detail. But just how does this fit in with the whole idea of the honour killings?
Whatever the reason, for obvious reasons Tanner can't investigate the murder herself and instead turns to Tom Thorne, a man who she has met only briefly and knows more by reputation, to help her find the answers she so desperately seeks. The more that they look into the reasons for Susan's murder, the clearer it becomes that it could well be linked to a series of open cases, potential honour killings, that Tanner had been working on. Could it be that her enquiries within the local Asian community had ruffled one too many of the wrong feathers.
When two young Asian friends go missing after a night out, it becomes clear that this is no straight forward case of families taking revenge. It is this very case which puts her in the path of Tom Thorne.
She is every bit as straight talking and lacking in humour in this book, some would argue with good reason, but we also see the passionate side of her character and by learning more of her relationship with Susan perhaps come to understand the reasons for her personality more. It could certainly be argued that interacting with Thorne has a kind of humanizing influence on her and we see a more relaxed Nicola Tanner start to emerge.
She will always be the work horse, focused and determined, but the pairing with Thorne is an inspired and complimentary one. There is probably not a lot that can be said about Tom Thorne. There is a kind of charm to his reluctance to abide fully by the rules, and you find yourself hoping he will go out on a limb, as he typically does, in order to help Tanner.
It is not fully straight forward, not written in stone that he will help, but there is one thing which puts him more in mind to help. The chance to help solve a murder which he was forced to leave open, one which may well link to these more recent murders and abductions. I really love the way in which his relationship with Helen and her son Alfie, Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood the scenes where he begins to think about the future will truly melt your hardened heart.
Remind you that not all families are bad. And his friendship with Phil Hendricks, and with this book in particular, Hendricks' Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood bantering with Tanner, provide the moments of much needed light relief you come to rely upon. The pacing and the tone of this book are just about perfect.
There is always something driving you onward as a reader or in my case listener. I was intrigued to find out about the person or persons behind the killings. The dynamic here was most unusual and yet at the same time believable.
Although there were many Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood unconnected threads throughout the book, including the harrowing case of two small children suspected of being abused that Helen was working on, Billingham gathers them all together at the time and pulls them in so tight that you struggle to see where they were ever seemed loose to begin with. The ending is surprising and somewhat shocking, so much so that it had Celebration Day - Led Zeppelin - The Trademark Of Quality Years completely blindsided.
And the conclusion of the case is as heart thumpingly tense as it satisfying and yet also, at times, surreally calm. Do not come into this book looking for the gratuitous.
You'll Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood bitterly disappointed. Don't come into it looking for outright condemnation and contempt at the practice of honour killing, although that is most certainly the context of the novel. It is not preaching to the reader, but it does bring to our attention a most heinous, sociocultural practice which is at odds with the freedom we associate with our country.
The book doesn't condemn any particular faith, but recognises the minority belief in many faiths that honour and respect for your family is held above all else, including murder.
So yes, this book left me in a quandary. Can I really say I enjoyed it? The subject Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Bloodthe idea of the honour killing, then no. In no way can I Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood I enjoyed that. I see that I read the first Klientele (Remix) - Sylk Smoov - Klientele the series, and here we are already at Guess Unit - Romeo (17) - Pathway were just coming out on audio when I read that in Billingham narrates and he's surprisingly good, matching the building intensity of the cases but also Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood emotional element.
Here he also has help from two Indian narrators, as the story involves Honor Killings in London, and a Bangladeshi couple has gone missing. DI Tom Thorne works that case as well as one on the side with fellow DI Nicola Tanner, whose partner was brutally murdered and the case, now cold, remains unsolved. A busy plot and fascinating. The honor killings are carried out by immigrant families against daughters and perhaps sons who become too westernized.
I'm assuming he's accurately reporting that there's an actual Honour Crimes Unit in the London police. The plot moves at a brisk pace, relentlessly building; interesting well drawn series lead and equally intriguing secondary characters; complicated story line with multiple threads, hot and cold cases, issues all round, and Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood graphic violence than one often finds in police procedurals; strong sense of place in London and beyond; dialog-rich style with multiple points of view; chilling, disturbing tone.
And a great final twist. I'll look for more of these. Although it falls later in the series, this isn't a bad spot to start new readers, because the case doesn't depend on others and one gets a wonderful sense of Thorne's "bulldog tenacity, gift for reading people," and determination to solve the case. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion is freely given.
Detective Tom Thorne, after being approached by Detective Nicola Tanner regarding the murder of her life partner, gets involved in what turns out to be so much more than a simple killing.
With a possible link to a string of honor killing that Tanner has been investigating, Thorne has a stake in trying to solve the series of Atlantic Monthly Press and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Love Like Blood.
With a possible link to a string of honor killing that Tanner has been investigating, Thorne has a stake in trying to solve the series of killings.
A cold case of Tom's still haunts him and is possibly connected. Will Tom and Nicola be able to find the perpetrators before more innocence is lost?
There were a couple of things about this book that I did not like, but the overall flow and plot were very good. It bothered me that, Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood the apparent threat posed to Nicola, she was not commanded or convinced to go other than to her own home.
I was not really a fan of the repetitive nature of this book, with the flipping between the perspectives of the perpetrators and the police. The author took too long to get to the point and my interest waned towards the middle of the story. If the rating system would allow, I would give Love Like Blood three and a half stars. The characters are well developed and the investigative portion of the book is first rate. For these reasons, I would recommend the series of Tom Thorne novels.
They do not necessarily have to be read from the beginning, but it would help the continuity of the character. Often there are some gaps which, although realistic, do slow down the action a little and, sometimes, you feel that Charles is just a little too gullible. However, overall, this was an enjoyable Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood which will appeal to a wider audience than he usually receives. View 2 comments. Some dark and seemingly mystical themes all tied Very Emotional - The Farm - Spartacus Live (VHS) in a novel of obsession, love, loss and right at the heart Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood it all a battle of wills between two unforgettable characters.
Charles Jackson, during wartime, was witness to an unspeakable act of violence from which he never really recovers. From then on, in sometimes Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood and sometimes violent ways this impacts on his life as he becomes obsessed with one man and his proclivity for Really REALLY a most excellent read as far as I am concerned.
A scientist and Doctor who is hunting for a cure for Haemophilia, at first Charles is a pragmatic man with his head firmly in reality, but as things progress he grows steadily wilder and much darker in character. By the end he is truly a changed man. This book is really his journey from light into darkness — and as such is addictive reading and often very frightening.
I found the whole thing completely riveting, and it had one of those endings which makes you take a step back and consider what has gone before. Overall very very good — recommended for readers who love a tense, atmospheric novel which could not be said to be any one thing. Excellent stuff. Happy Reading Folks! Feb 14, Megan YABookers rated it did not like it Shelves: netgalleyreviewedownhistorical-fictionread-inadultstandalone.
I received this free from the publishers via NetGalley 'If the city was a beast, I had penetrated its very centre. Seen the heart, in which was a thirst. If the city was a beast, it was now, for a short time at least, a sated one, bloated and content with its offering of blood. Charles Jackson stumbles upon a man who seems to be drinking the blood of a young woman and he runs. Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood later he returns to the city and he sees the man he saw seven years I received this free from the publishers via NetGalley 'If the city was a beast, I had penetrated its very centre.
Years later he returns to the city and he sees the man he saw seven years earlier, with a woman. He decides to follow them both and eventually falls for the fascinating woman and gets soon dragged into the mystery which shrouds the man.
I am going to start this review by saying this is not what I expected. I expected there to be a paranormal aspect. How wrong I was. Neither is as good as the first book of his I read and my expectations were very high going into both of them. I really did not like A Love Like Blood. It was sadistic and horrifying, so if you want a book with these things then I do suggest you give this book a go. However, for me, it just was not my cup of Cains Blood - Various - New Country • May 1995. The book revolved too much around blood, and It just freaked me out, and It was very disturbing to read.
I did not like Charles. He was too obsessed about the man, despite his life being put in danger, and also despite putting others life in danger. His friends, the woman he loved, his family, and the lives of people he passes. Yet he does not care. He chases the man determined to find the truth about him and he Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood will not let it go.
He was Meet Your Maker - Nick Klein - Pretty Boy Blues numerous times by his friend to drop it, because it was not worth it but he just did not listen.
He was safe at one point, he was wealthy, but his drive for answers and revenge ruined all that and, ultimately, cost him his life, but not in the sense of death. The end was horrific and I really Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood not like it. But as I said before, it may be your type of thing if you are looking for horror mystery, but it just was not my type of book.
During a recent trip to my favourite Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Bloodtwo books caught my eye, both with red covers and both with similar themes. This was one and the other was The Devil in the Marshalsea. I must have been having a weird moment as this sort of book is not normally what does it for me.
Things looked even gloomier when I was told Marcus Sedgwick writes for children and young adults but I am glad to report that this was definitely written for adults. Also glad to report that I found this skillfully During a recent trip to my favourite bookshop, two books caught my eye, both with red covers and both with similar themes. Also glad to report that I found this skillfully written and paced.
It was pretty much unputdownable without one boring page or unnecessary sentence. The yes it was silly but who cares story of a haematologist on the heels of an individual who's passion I will keep secret for the purpose of this review over many decades and many countries was one well worth reading.
Nov 25, Blair marked it as dnf-arcs. Sedgwick is an established author of YA fiction, this is his first adult novel, and the YA influence is obvious: short, very fast-paced chapters and not enough detail. The story is potentially intriguing, but I don't really like the narrator and I can't bear to read another word about his MPDG girlfriend.
I'm unlikely to pick this up again. Aug 15, Jenn rated it did not like it. An overly introspective and pompous narrator drags the story along, destroying any chance of suspense. The book tries too hard to make some kind of deep point but just makes it hard to stay awake. Findthis review and more fantastical things at The Leaning Tower of Tomes.
Source : I received this book from the publisher in exchange for review consideration. This in no way affects my review; all opinions are my own. Thank you, Iris and Pegasus Books! Jun 21, Dark Matter rated it did not like it. Charles Jackson is a young soldier when he first arrives in Paris. It is and Paris has just been liberated so his CO The Quarrel - Tim (49) - De Zon Zal Winnen him on a cultural tour.
It is there that Charles sees a man devouring the blood of a woman. Charles flees the sight, the war ends and he returns to his normal life as a haematologist in London.
A few years later, the opportunity arises for Charles to return to Paris and he has a chance encounter with the man who horrified him so many years ago. Through this encounter Charles meets Marian, a red-haired American with whom he is instantly smitten. In an effort to save Marian from the blood-drinking man, Charles inadvertently alienates her. Where do I begin?
The writing itself. From the first page, I had the impression that the author had grabbed a thesaurus and chosen words at random to replace with fancier sounding words.
It continues like this throughout A Love Like Blood, though to be fair it is told from the perspective of an Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood scientist so perhaps stuffy language was used to portray this in the character. However, the end result felt disjointed and unenjoyable. As a large portion of the story is set in Paris, it makes sense that a majority of the characters speak French. However, again the French text in A Love Like Blood made the story difficult to follow at times as large chunks of text are written in French.
I have a very basic grasp of the French language but ended up sitting hunched over my phone typing blocks of French text into Google Translate so as to understand what was being said. The sentence structure of A Love Like Blood was Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood difficult to read at times.
It was as though the author had put the beginning of a sentence at the end, the middle at the beginning and the end at the beginning then thrown in half a dozen commas for good measure. There were some sentences I had to read three or four times before finally understanding what the author was trying to say.
Once again, it was very disjointed and caused the story to suffer. The story in itself of A Love Like Blood was reasonably weak. You may notice in that last sentence I used sarcastic punctuation. He was deranged. He was sick. He was obsessive. He was a creep. He was a bit of a pervert. He stalked people at the drop of a hat. He threw his entire life away and took on a crusade to avenge a woman he purportedly loved, but whom realistically he had only met on a few occasions.
Then within the last 50 pages he has a long, rambling, boring, repetitive speech that goes on for four pages. I could not in good conscience recommend this book to anyone. I could not find anything redeemable about A Love Like Blood. The plot, the characters, the writing itself — the big three when it comes to engaging storytelling were all lacking or devastatingly flawed.
View 1 comment. I have to say, I didn't care much for this book. I find it hard to care about stories where the characters make choices that I find not only bizarrely odd but underdeveloped and unrealistic.
I didn't buy this book's premise from the start. Okay, so it's a glimpsed event in a character's life. I found the first few chapters very boring. It definitely ramped up near the end as the foolish and I have to say, I didn't care much for this book. It definitely ramped up near the end as the foolish and imbecilic main character Christ, what a dullard realised he was in over his head and reverts to truly grotesque and shocking means in an attempt to prevail - but it was too little too late for me personally.
This is a chase tale where the two main leads spend literally minutes together. Instead of enjoying the interplay between two slightly disturbed yet kindred spirits, we get one loser's doomed obsession and a road movie with no real soul in it's journey. The ending didn't shock me. Unfortunately, I predicted it - and I'm never able to do that. A let down. May 14, Kevinjwoods rated it it was ok Shelves: horror. Includes one of my pet hates which is not specifying if the villain is a real vampire or not until the last chapter and thinking that this is perfectly fine as long as you mention all the research the author has done, none of which is ever confirmed in regard to the villain we are just meant to assume that it is correct.
It also doesn't waste time explaining what anybody gets out of working for this guy or how he manages to get anything done across all of Europe except a guess that he must have Includes one of my pet hates which is not specifying if the villain is a real vampire or not until the last chapter and thinking that this is perfectly fine as long as you mention all the research the author has done, none of which is ever confirmed in regard to the villain we are just meant to assume that it is correct.
It also doesn't waste time explaining what anybody gets out of working for this guy or Various - Cactus EP he manages to get anything done across all of Europe except a guess that he must have access to lots of money. Basically it advertises itself to the vampire fan fraternity when it really wants to be a dissertation on blood.
Dec 26, Grace rated it really liked it Shelves: horror. This was an incredibly enjoyable read. I can't say too much, for fear of giving anything away, but the story meanders along in a Factory - Various - ProgDay 2001, gloomy fashion, dragging you with it to the bitter end.
Jul 21, Daphne rated it it was ok Shelves: own-audioquest. I wish I liked this so much more than I did. It was just plain weird.
I always feel bad when an author does something truly original, but I end up hating it. Always almost want to give them bonus stars for going against the grain, but I just can't muster it here.
Apr 06, Jen Furlong rated it liked it. An enjoyable read, though I Lover Man - Charlie Parker - Volume 9, Bird Of Paradise some of it rolling my eyes. A bit anti climactic but I don't regret reading it. Apr 10, Dylan Williams rated it really liked it. Holy crap the ending of this was crazy! Shelves: yawe-has-itmarcusvampy-roadgothic. Thank you, Rayz! It began in the ground, in Paris, in the days after the liberation.
What I saw there I saw only for the time it takes a match to burn down, and yet it decided the rest of my life. I tried to forget it at first, to ignore it, but I could not.
It came back to me; he came back to me. He hurt people I loved Fuge, - Manuel Tomadin - Das Husumer Orgelbuch Von 1758 so I took the first step on a journey from which there would be no return; a path that led me to fear, to hatred and to revenge - but, above all else, to blood. This was an interesting It began Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Blood the ground, in Paris, in the days after the liberation.
This was an interesting book. When I bought it, years ago, I figured it was a vampire novel. The title, the cover, the review from John Ajvide Lindqvist on the cover, the synopsis - it all made me think I was picking up a vampire Love Like Blood - Love Like Blood - The Love Like Bloodalbeit a different kind than the ones I was used to seeing. I couldn't have been more wrong. I think its about Crystal Nite - The Deep - Psychedelic Moods (A Mind Expanding Phenomena) love and abuse, but not necessarily bad abuse, mutual abuse maybe?
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