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Charlotte Link – Das andere Kind ist ein zweiteiliger, deutsch-österreichischer Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahr nach Charlotte Links gleichnamigem Roman. „Das andere Kind“ mit diesem unglaublich schönen Cover ist mein dritter Roman von Charlotte Link. Gelesen habe ich bisher. Das andere Kind: Roman: restaurangsanmarino.se: Link, Charlotte: Bücher. Das andere Kind: Roman | Link, Charlotte | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Bilder zu: Charlotte Link – Das andere Kind (1). Sogar Leslie (Marie Bäumer) ist immer sprachlos angesichts der barschen Art ihrer Großmutter Fiona.
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Charlotte Link Das Andere Kind - Neuer BereichZwei Erstausstrahlungen zum 1. Valerie ist überzeugt, dass sie es mit einem Psychopathen und möglicherweise einem Mörder zu tun hat, aber sie kann ihm nichts nachweisen, und am Offizieller Trailer zur dritten Staffel von "Dark".
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Compelling, disquieting, but unputdownable. I am a bit bemused by this book as the 'blurb' says that it was a massive bestseller in Germany and had rave reviews.
Perhaps it lost something in translation. The bag of odd-ball characters were interesting and there was quite a bit of pace, but the plot was clunky.
There was no finesse in the way the historical thread - which I found more interesting than the present day thread - was brought in and I was not convinced by the resolution.
I had decided to read it because it is set in Scarborough I am a bit bemused by this book as the 'blurb' says that it was a massive bestseller in Germany and had rave reviews.
I had decided to read it because it is set in Scarborough. Does anyone know why a German author should set her novel in Scarborough?
I'd really like to know. There was enough detail for me to believe she has been here and spent time here, but the descriptions just didn't zing.
In my novels, The Art of the Imperfect and The Art of Survival, also crime, also set in Scarborough, I have made every attempt to bring the setting into the story in a sensual, living, breathing way.
The sea is almost another character and the landscape certainly has metaphorical layers to it. I am left a little baffled by the apparent popularity of 'The Other Child'.
I really enjoyed this book, but because it is set in two time zones I found myself getting drawn into each time and then all of a sudden it would switch to the other time zone and I would be all 'no wait I want to know what happened next' and so it went on throughout the book, but it was certainly intriguing and although I had my inclings I never really guessed the culprit!
I liked some of the characters and was infuriated by others. I enjoyed the references to the yorkshire coastline as I spent I really enjoyed this book, but because it is set in two time zones I found myself getting drawn into each time and then all of a sudden it would switch to the other time zone and I would be all 'no wait I want to know what happened next' and so it went on throughout the book, but it was certainly intriguing and although I had my inclings I never really guessed the culprit!
I enjoyed the references to the yorkshire coastline as I spent many a happy childhood holiday there. I'm not sure however I would search out other books by the same author but if I came accross one I would certainly read it.
Thank you for letting me review this book, I will recommend it to my friends! A good suspenseful mystery. I liked the way it traced the emotional cost of that evacuation.
Jul 30, L. More sorely in need of the half-star option than ever here as for me this is a definite 2. The idea behind the book is an interesting and original one.
Young Fiona is evacuated from London during the wartime bombings and is sent to a farm in Yorkshire where she falls hopelessly in love with the teenage son, Chad.
But Fiona comes with baggage. The sole survivor of a large neighbouring family, Brian, latches on to her like a small limpet, falls through the system, and becomes her shadow.
Br More sorely in need of the half-star option than ever here as for me this is a definite 2. Brian has an unspecified mental handicap which means he is only able to say 'Fiona' and 'Boby', his best efforts at Nobody, which is how he is referred to by the unlovely Chad.
Fast forward to modern times and to two murders. First a young woman, Amy, is battered to death. Then later Fiona dies in similar circumstances.
The police aren't getting very far. The daughter is being courted unconvincingly by a character, Dave, who is so overwritten he needs only to have the nickname of Spiv for the reader to be spared any mental effort.
Given that they appear somewhat inept, that's not too hard. To be fair, I did read this book right through and it did hold my attention, hence the 2.
The whodunnit was obvious, but I don't mind that as sometimes the why is more interesting than the who.
My problem with the big reveal was that it was done in such a contrived and improbable way and in fact the why was almost incidental.
Much of it hinges on the improbable scenario of two older people who have known one another for years, who speak almost daily, yet one of them feels the needs to unburden their conscience to the other in the form of interminable emails.
And therein lies my biggest problem with this book. It goes on. And on. Had it been a good or more pages shorter, I would willingly have awarded another star.
It's still worth of a read but you may find yourself wanting to skip chunks of it just to get to the end. Such a sad story of Brian- The Other Child.
But then this is only one of the stories. Gwen, a rather unattractive both physically and emotionally woman in her 40's has finally met the man of her dreams and is getting married.
She calls her long-time friend Leslie and invites her to the wedding. Leslie, a recently divorced Doctor has to go, if only to see who would marry Gwen.
David, the fiance is by all accounts, a very handsome man who it seems is only marrying Gwen for her father's farm.
He confesses to Leslie that he does not love Gwen and can barely touch her, as for making-love- never gonna happen.
Good basis for a marriage. Gwen's grandmother who raised her Leslie is very suspicious of the marriage and at the engagement party has a bit of a rant, stating all the things that David would eventually confess to Leslie.
That night she is murdered. Running in the background there is another story of how the grandmother came to be friends with the family on the farm Gwen and her father Chad.
This story starts when London is being bombed and the kids are being evacuated from the city to the countryside.
The Grandmother is evacuated and in a series of mishaps and confusion a mentally disabled boy, Brian, is bundled off with her and is taken in by the same family.
There is one final, main story, which begins the book, the brutal murder of Amy, a babysitter who is on her way home from her latest job though she had been kept very late.
When she gets to the part of her walk which would see her nearly home she finds the way has been blocked with gates from the nearby building site and she has to detour along another track where there are no streetlights.
At first the two murders look like they have been committed by the same person, so in effect the cops are looking for one killer. The story is really about Brian and how he lives at the farm where no-one wants him except the farmer's wife Emma.
What happens to him in his teens and later as he becomes a man with the mind of a 5 y. So terribly sad.
I did find there seemed to be a bit of repetition in the telling of the stories and thought it could have been a bit shorter if streamlined a bit.
A young woman is found brutally murdered, and police have hit a dead end trying to solve it.
Until several months later, an 80 year old woman is found after being in a very similar way. While there seems to be no connection between the two women, the crimes are too similar to assume different killers.
The Other Child is such a multi faceted story, with so many points of view and time jumps in between.
It made for such a rich, compelling mystery. We have Leslie, a recently divorced doctor, who is A young woman is found brutally murdered, and police have hit a dead end trying to solve it.
We have Leslie, a recently divorced doctor, who is visiting her friend for her engagement party. She's staying with her grandmother, Fiona, who is eventually the victim that is found murdered after the engagement party.
The similarities to a prior crime forces the police to come down hard, and everyone at the dinner party is suspect. Especially, the fiancee, because Fiona felt he was not a good man, and was only agreeing to marriage to obtain a profitable chunk of land; she was aggressive at the party, stating everything she felt until he left in a huff.
But, how was he connected to the previous murder, or even this if he had left? There were so many twists and turns. Leslie starts to discover the guilt that her grandmother felt when she was young, a story of the other child that she had been saddled with during evacuations from London.
Leslie continues to struggle with how this could possibly connect to her murder now, after so many years, without fully understanding the guilt that Fiona felt.
The depth of the stories within this were so impressive. Everything built on top of other stories, creating so many layers, that at first glance did not seem connected, but as the story progressed everything tied together so beautifully.
The mystery was not clear right until it was clear to the characters, every turn truly a surprise. This was one of the best mysteries I've ever read, and would strongly recommend it to everyone.
Mar 31, J rated it really liked it Shelves: ww-ii-angle , crime , mystery. I rarely hide my reviews because it's slippery to define "spoiler.
This title is available in English - apparently the first mystery by German writer Link to be translated - so I'm surprised it didn't come up when I searched for the English title, "The Other Child.
The same happened to me this time. But once the reader I rarely hide my reviews because it's slippery to define "spoiler.
But once the reader understands the unrequited love, there's another whole phase of the story. Turns out this book is a combination of unrequited love plus a wrong never righted.
The generations who follow the initial pair have been adversely affected by the ongoing wrong, which had many consequences.
Is that a good enough abstraction of the plot to avoid the spoiler requirement? The injustice begins during the Second World War, when a London girl is evacuated, against her will, to a country family.
Usually I rate a book a 5 because not only is the story gripping with fully fleshed characters, the writing is also amazing. It could be that due to the translation factor, I couldn't entirely glean Link's style.
I watched both halves, 90 min each, and enjoyed it. It's a strange mixture though, of a detective film, family drama, war-documentary and a exemplary story of the fate of a disturbed child.
From an amateurs point of view, it had fine actors, but a few weak spots in the story-line, like a man being shot on a hill but later found alive in the sea.
And it was very strange to watch it in German language, when obviously some of the persons could in the background be heard talking English!
I loved the scenes from Scarborough, and this was what attracted me to watch it to begin with. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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