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Mania Author Craig Larsen

On the foggy streets of Seattle a serial killer known as the Street Butcher is terrorising the ci. Rating a revolted 3 of fiveI don t think thrillers are all created eual I think this book is a thriller because there isn t a sales category called Noir although given the rate at which this kind of novel is being published there soon will beI wasn t thrilled by the gory bloody lovingly depicted death and torture in the book I wasn t thrilled by the editor s decision to leave a dizzying number of time shifts in place I wasn t thrilled by the sheer vileness of so many of the charactersI was thrilled by the author s evident craftsmanship with words I was thrilled by the plot s pacing despite the time shiftingit all worked for the story being told I was thrilled by the absence of a Hollywood endingAnd in spite of all the ew moments I was thrilled by the relentless rightness of the storythat sense I get in some books that the story was authentically engaging and exciting to the author himself It s intangible it s unprovable but it s also unmistakeable and unfakeableRecommended for the noir crowd the puzzle people and the gore ghouls NOT for general consumption The Black Ice Score (Parker, unprovable but it s also The Black Painting unmistakeable and Fire and Desire unfakeableRecommended for the noir crowd the puzzle people and the gore ghouls NOT for general consumption

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He Street Butcher claims Nick's brother his latest casualty the case suddenly becomes very person. Mania is an interesting read Nick Wilder is a photographer for a newspaper he mostly photographs crime scene s But when his brother Sam is murdered by the Street Butcher Nick finds the case is getting to him in ways than one Hes not sleeping he has disturbing dreams and flash backs to his child hood Nick doesnt know what is happening is he losing his mind As the motives multiply and the suspects narrow the cold stark Seattle winter gets even colder the ending is a little confusing though in how Nick realizes what is really happeneing to him

Craig Larsen ´ 6 Review

Ty Newspaper photographer Nick Wilder is accustomed to seeing gruesome homicide scenes But when t. So this was a Spooky Book Swap with my friend where we each picked out a random spooky book for each other and have to read it by Halloween I ended up with this one due to last minute panic about the bookstore closing I started off really intrigued There is a murder in the first chapter but our protagonist Nick here seems to have the worst memory in the entire world Therefore we must go through this book as Nick slowly uncovers what actually happened that night The first half of this book was so great I was going to give it 4 stars But sadly the ending was so horrible everything seemed super rushed and the whole explanation just seemed like a cop out of a better explanation Very disappointed I d give it 1 star but I enjoyed it so much that I d feel bad not giving it another 23 stars maybeAlso this was less spookyhorror and thrillermystery oops but the book I picked out for said friend is too Double oops Engendering Song up with this one due to last minute panic about the bookstore closing I started off really intrigued There is a murder in the first chapter but our protagonist Nick here seems to have the worst memory in the entire world Therefore we must go through this book as Nick slowly Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide uncovers what actually happened that night The first half of this book was so great I was going to give it 4 stars But sadly the ending was so horrible everything seemed super rushed and the whole explanation just seemed like a cop out of a better explanation Very disappointed I d give it 1 star but I enjoyed it so much that I d feel bad not giving it another 23 stars maybeAlso this was less spookyhorror and thrillermystery oops but the book I picked out for said friend is too Double oops

  • Paperback
  • 376
  • Mania Author Craig Larsen
  • Craig Larsen
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 9780786021543

About the Author: Craig Larsen

CRAIG LARSEN was born in 1963 He has lived in various places inside and outside the US He currently resides in Northern California



10 thoughts on “Mania Author Craig Larsen

  1. says:

    What can I say here to urge everyone to try this book? It was outstanding A brilliant debut thriller from a talented new au

  2. says:

    Rating a revolted 3 of fiveI don't think thrillers are all created eual I think this book is a thriller because there isn't a sales ca

  3. says:

    Note I won this book free through the Goodreads First Reads giveaway which in no way influenced my rating or review This review can also be found here book was like a grade A steak sandwich on moldy bread I hated the beginning and

  4. says:

    When I read a suspensemystery novel I know I'm into it and liking it when the author keeps me in a state of suspended tension throughout the book Mania had me so wrapped up that I started it shortly after dinner and didn't stop reading it until I had finishedActually I thought this book was uite a fun read and consider that this isn't my usual fare I think that says a lotThe main character Nick Wilder is a photographer for the Se

  5. says:

    Graig Larsen's mesmerizing thriller Mania may be a little disorienting for the first 50 pages He starts with a shocker and then moves from present to past and back in a way that at first seems random Yet every movement and every character in this suspenseful mystery holds a meaning Very soon you are hooked I thought I was following the clues

  6. says:

    So this was a Spooky Book Swap with my friend where we each picked out a random spooky book for each other and have to read it by H

  7. says:

    Wow Without meaning to sound totally cliche this book is really uite unpredictable I thought it was going to be some typical psychological thriller where the main character suffers from blackouts and kills people; or where the events are really figments in the mind of a hospitalized psychopath It wasnt Once I'd realised that this book wasn't going in that typical psychological thriller direction I really had no idea where it was going Ther

  8. says:

    My copy of Mania was part of the Goodreads giveaways so I'd first like to give a HUGE thank you to the author Craig Larsen for sending this copy to meI've really agonized over how to rate this book In the end I gave it only 2 stars not because it was a bad book but because I felt it was too predictable That is to say that

  9. says:

    Mania is an interesting read Nick Wilder is a photographer for a newspaper he mostly photographs crime scene s But when his brother Sam is murdered by the Street Butcher Nick finds the case is getting to him in ways than one Hes not sleeping he has disturbing dreams and flash backs to his child hood Nick doesnt know what is happening is he losing his mind As the motives multiply and the suspects narrow the cold stark Seattle winter gets

  10. says:

    If nothing else this book succeeded in 1 keeping me up way too late and 2 keeping me hooked There are some nit picky things I could get into but for a debut Larsen has really hit the mark He's done a great job with pacing and while there are spots where the flow is a bit jolting for the reader this is easy to overlook The characters elicit emotional responses both good and bad as appropriate which for my money is the na

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