The story is dark, graphic, gritty and disturbing, but also challenging and thought provoking and is just the type of thriller I enjoy most. Other books in the series. Maybe I’m just an asshole likely. That’s just unbearable, but that’s what it was. You didn’t miss any important plot revelations: Triptych is a novel that with a more careful and thoughtful hand could have ended up being a noir detective masterpiece instead of a pretty good police thriller.
Don’t try to change my mind, trolls. We are introduced to a character John Shelley whose life was stripped away from him at a young age, convicted of one of these past murders. Was potential bladder damage and the danger of wetting the bed next to my husband worth it? Love reading this authors books,get hooked on the characters and it’s a gritty storyline. I could not help but continue this book despite the very intense violence and hopelessness that permeates much of this narrative. Tangled within this mystery is the man that has me intrigued. It’s difficult to say much about the story without giving away spoilers but there are some clever twists and turns in a very carefully planned plot that concludes in an intense shocking climax between killer and victim and is just outstanding.
Things moved a bit slowly in the first few chapters that I almost lost my interest in them several times. There yriptych nothing new about the plot.
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Triptych by Karin Slaughter is a Delacorte Press publication. Trivia About Triptych Will Tr I thought I’d missed something.
A three panel painting or photograph. His determination and his inquisitiveness is what sets him aside as a Special Agent. The kqrin from Shelly’s view are vivid and engaging and bring home in a very realistic way the horrors of prison and the way in which a parolee is totally at the mercy of the system.
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But now that I’m here I’m going to stick around and make my ass comfortable on this bandwagon. I will add book 2 to my TBR queue and hope that she takes these very interesting and damaged characters and places them in a story that is less sensationalist and more focused on consistency and logical conclusions. Karin Slaughter is turning into one of my favourite authors. View all 7 comments.
This was eerie as hell. She seemed tough, invincible, cold, and sometimes bitchy on the outside, but soft, scarred, and vulnerable on the inside. This one was a definite winner for me. Karin Slaughter Series on Tv. No trivia or quizzes yet. Ummmm, so yeah I liked this. Dec 30, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it Shelves: The change in perspective. It was just like Angie, one thing inside, another out.
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I will definitely be reading the next in this series. I partially enjoyed it nevertheless. And that was a bit too boring for me! I just could not put it down. The series revolves around Grant County pediatrician and coroner Sara Linton. The book starts strongly and with the fast pace This book was recommended to me on Goodreads by Bips sometime ago and for whatever reasons I have continually put it to one side while I read another book.
Then things get a little cray and you get to find out just how intricate a spider web Karen Slaughter is capable of weaving together. We are introduced to a character John Shelley whose life was stripped away from him at a young age, convicted of one of these past murders. It stalled a little bit for me toward the middle mark 3. I had to pee so badly at one point, but I didn’t dare put the book down and walk away. Views Read Edit View history.
But don’t read it if graphic violence makes you cringe. Well this week I am trying to catch up on my recommendations and it is proving to be very successful. As a teacher, I’ve seen too often how self-depreciation can go hands in hands with learning disorders, and it breaks my heart every damned time.
Aug 20, Krystin Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: Tripyych loved the way Karin described the areas in the book, I really felt like I was there with the characters and appreciate that Karin has put a lot into relating this to the reader. The spoilers are a few things that didn’t make sense to me. I just think the story would have been much more engaging if we the author hadn’t revealed the killer’s identitiy so early on.
Just when I was ready to give 4 stars to it, then Will messed things up by view spoiler [arresting John hide spoiler ]. I’m going to warn you: I started it yesterday morning and just had to finish last night when really I should have been asleep.