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5Disclaimer ARC via Netgalley Andrea Maria Schenkel is Germany s answer to Britain s Ruth Rendell Can I end the review now, I mean what do you need to know Schenkel s novel deals with a sexual murderer during the late Weimer period If you have read Maria Tatar s Lustmord, you should check this book out Told in a variety of voices, the book is as compelling as Rendell at her best At one level the book is a psychological study of a killer, at another level it is a study of a girl wanting , and at a third level it is a look at those who are either killed or those who are left behind The reader is placed in the position of listening investigator While at the beginning, it almost seems too multi perspective but as the reader gets use to the format, as the format evens out, whichever it is becomes the only way to t Las sich sehr schnell, war eigentlich auch gut geschrieben, aber bei mir wollte der Funken einfach nicht berspringen.
Ich denke, mit all diesen Hintergrundfakten h tte man aus dem Stoff doch etwas mehr rausholen k nnen.
Es war gut, aber irgendwie zu distanziert Whilst ICE COLD is the second book from German writer Andrea Maria Schenkel, it s the first book THE MURDER FARM that I have to start out mentioning I still remember my reaction to that book mesmerised, enthralled, vaguely stunned Needless to say, trying not to set expectations for ICE COLD was a tricky undertaking.
Set in 1930 s Munich, ICE COLD is the progression of a rapist serial killer Various viewpoints are told chapter by chapter, each voice eerily intimate, and personal, distinguished by a change in font to give the reader a visual queue, as well as a clear change in voice The killer moves aimlessly, passively through a life punctuated suddenly by extreme violence and depravity ICE COLD tells a story that is brutal, hopeless, stark, bleak and extremely discomforting It s dark, intense and extremely Sich aus Zeugen und T teraussagen sowie dem Erlebnisbericht eines der sp teren Opfer setzt sich die auf Tatsachen basierende Geschichte ber einen Frauenm rder zusammen Am Rande erf hrt man einiges ber das M nchen ende der 30er Jahre f r meinen Geschmack aber zu wenig ber das Nazi Regime, das doch gerade in der Stadt der Bewegung besonderen Einfluss hatte Lediglich in der Einleitung wird deutlich, dass es eine solche Art von Verbrechen unter der NS Ideologie eigentlich nicht mehr geben durfte und eben diese Verkn pfung von Verbrechen und NS Alltag und Ideologie wird im weiteren Verlauf nicht mehr verfolgt Spannend fand ich vor allem wie offensichtlich, junge Frauen, die in der Stadt ihr Gl ck machen wollen, dies im Grunde nur dadurch erreichen k nnen, dass die wahllos mit M nnern schlafen Dieses Frauenbild, das man aus Beschreibungen der 20er Ja 3.
5Disclaimer ARC via Netgalley Andrea Maria Schenkel is Germany s answer to Britain s Ruth Rendell Can I end the review now, I mean what do you need to know Schenkel s novel deals with a sexual murderer during the late Weimer period If you have read Maria Tatar s Lustmord, you should check this book out Told in a variety of voices, the book is as compelling as Rendell at her best At one level the book is a psychological study of a killer, at another level it is a study of a girl wanting , and at a third level it is a look at those who are either killed or those who are left behind The reader is placed in the position of listening investigator While at the beginning, it almost seems too multi perspective but as the reader gets use to the format, as the format evens out, whichever it is becomes the only way to t Las sich sehr schnell, war eigentlich auch gut geschrieben, aber bei mir wollte der Funken einfach nicht berspringen.
Ich denke, mit all diesen Hintergrundfakten h tte man aus dem Stoff doch etwas mehr rausholen k nnen.
Es war gut, aber irgendwie zu distanziert Whilst ICE COLD is the second book from German writer Andrea Maria Schenkel, it s the first book THE MURDER FARM that I have to start out mentioning I still remember my reaction to that book mesmerised, enthralled, vaguely stunned Needless to say, trying not to set expectations for ICE COLD was a tricky undertaking.
Set in 1930 s Munich, ICE COLD is the progression of a rapist serial killer Various viewpoints are told chapter by chapter, each voice eerily intimate, and personal, distinguished by a change in font to give the reader a visual queue, as well as a clear change in voice The killer moves aimlessly, passively through a life punctuated suddenly by extreme violence and depravity ICE COLD tells a story that is brutal, hopeless, stark, bleak and extremely discomforting It s dark, intense and extremely Sich aus Zeugen und T teraussagen sowie dem Erlebnisbericht eines der sp teren Opfer setzt sich die auf Tatsachen basierende Geschichte ber einen Frauenm rder zusammen Am Rande erf hrt man einiges ber das M nchen ende der 30er Jahre f r meinen Geschmack aber zu wenig ber das Nazi Regime, das doch gerade in der Stadt der Bewegung besonderen Einfluss hatte Lediglich in der Einleitung wird deutlich, dass es eine solche Art von Verbrechen unter der NS Ideologie eigentlich nicht mehr geben durfte und eben diese Verkn pfung von Verbrechen und NS Alltag und Ideologie wird im weiteren Verlauf nicht mehr verfolgt Spannend fand ich vor allem wie offensichtlich, junge Frauen, die in der Stadt ihr Gl ck machen wollen, dies im Grunde nur dadurch erreichen k nnen, dass die wahllos mit M nnern schlafen Dieses Frauenbild, das man aus Beschreibungen der 20er Ja It s October 1939, and Josef Kalteis, an ethnic German, an Aryan, and in addition a member of the National Socialist Workers Party, has confessed to atrocities not even the Reich wants on its hands His death warrant declares, Noxious parasites on this nation, like this man, ice cold in his crimes as in his very name, must therefore be removed from it In Ice Cold, Schenkel lays out narrative with the cool authority of a Vegas blackjack dealer Snap Memorandum Scene Interrogation Police report Snap First person Third Present tense Past But make no mistake Schenkel s a shark Having stacked the deck, she keeps you at the table by holding the ace until the very last hand.
It s rarely springtime in this chronicle of Germany from 1931 to 1939, and from the moment young Kathie Hertl steps off the train in Munich, the reader feels the chill Kathie s search for Kalteis erz hlt die Geschichte eines Frauenm rders im M nchen der 30er Jahre Dabei wird zwischen dem Verh r Kalteis und den Taten unterschieden, die beklemmend den Weg der Opfer beschreiben Ich konnte nach der Lekt re nicht schlafen Fein komponiert gelesen 2007 M Nchen, Ende Der Er Jahre S Und Sehns Chtig Ist Der Traum Vom Gl Ck In Der Gro En Stadt Auch Kathie Tr Umt Ihn Und Entflieht Der Enge Des D Rflichen Lebens Manch Eine Ist Hier Schon Unter Die R Der Gekommen, Aber Sie Wird Es Schon Schaffen Oder Dunkelhaarig, Kr Ftig Und H Bsch Ist Sie, Wie Die Frauen, Die Seit Einiger Zeit In M Nchen Und Umgebung Spurlos Verschwinden Der Teufel Scheint Auf Dem Fahrrad Unterwegs Zu Sein Munich et ses environs, dans les ann es 1930 Nous suivons Kathie, jeune fille arriv e de sa campagne o elle ne veut plus tre la bonne de sa famille, pour tenter de trouver un travail la Grande Ville.
Difficile d abord pour elle de trouver un toit et de quoi manger Qui plus est, elle ne se pr sente pas une place trouv e par une amie de sa m re Non, Kathie pr f re aller boire la taverne le soir avec ses ami e s et, peut tre, finir dans le it d un homme pour la nuit.
Elle est na ve, Kathie, elle laisse sa valise sa premi re adresse, son parapluie dans une autre Elle vit au jour le jour.
Parall lement l historie de Kathie, nous lisons le compte rendu de l interrogatoire de Josef Kalteis.
Jusqu ce que les deux histoires se rejoignent, tragiquement.
Une criture au couteau, rapide et s che, efficace En quelques phrases, l auteure cr e un lieu, un personnage et ses pr occupations.
Toutefois, vo Ice Cold is a collage of at times unrelated events surrounding a serial murderer and rapist While a person is caught and executed the reader is left uncertain on if there are.
An aspect to the story I did not like was that as the story switched between narrators that the font, font size, and margins changed This was distracting While it did not happen often another distracting element was random phrases that were in bold For example, on page 16 I cycled along beside him for quite a way I believe these were done by the person that translated the work from UK English to US English as a reminder to research words and phrases The translator forgot to do a final pass and to remove their reminder marks The U.
S English hardcover copy that I re Not what I was expecting when I read the inside flap A very quick read and compelling A tale of rape and murder involving a member of the National Socialist Party in Munich, late 1930s, but it s not really political at all other than the first few pages and then the NSDAP is mentioned perhaps a few times later offhand The way the story is told is a series of interviews of the convicted murderer, those who knew the victim, people who or interacted with her in various situations prior, as well as stories of other women who had disappeared around the same time It s short and difficult to put down because you truly feel like you can witness the series moving up to the murder even though some of the chapters are other victims I



Kalteis erz hlt die Geschichte eines Frauenm rders im M nchen der 30er Jahre Dabei wird zwischen dem Verh r Kalteis und den Taten unterschieden, die beklemmend den Weg der Opfer beschreiben Ich konnte nach der Lekt re nicht schlafen Fein komponiert gelesen 2007 It s October 1939, and Josef Kalteis, an ethnic German, an Aryan, and in addition a member of the National Socialist Workers Party, has confessed to atrocities not even the Reich wants on its hands His death warrant declares, Noxious parasites on this nation, like this man, ice cold in his crimes as in his very name, must therefore be removed from it In Ice Cold, Schenkel lays out narrative with the cool authority of a Vegas blackjack dealer Snap Memorandum Scene Interrogation Police report Snap First person Third Present tense Past But make no mistake Schenkel s a shark Having stacked the deck, she keeps you at the table by holding the ace until the very last hand.
It s rarely springtime in this chronicle of Germany from 1931 to 1939, and from the moment young Kathie Hertl steps off the train in Munich, the reader feels the chill Kathie s search for Munich et ses environs, dans les ann es 1930 Nous suivons Kathie, jeune fille arriv e de sa campagne o elle ne veut plus tre la bonne de sa famille, pour tenter de trouver un travail la Grande Ville.
Difficile d abord pour elle de trouver un toit et de quoi manger Qui plus est, elle ne se pr sente pas une place trouv e par une amie de sa m re Non, Kathie pr f re aller boire la taverne le soir avec ses ami e s et, peut tre, finir dans le it d un homme pour la nuit.
Elle est na ve, Kathie, elle laisse sa valise sa premi re adresse, son parapluie dans une autre Elle vit au jour le jour.
Parall lement l historie de Kathie, nous lisons le compte rendu de l interrogatoire de Josef Kalteis.
Jusqu ce que les deux histoires se rejoignent, tragiquement.
Une criture au couteau, rapide et s che, efficace En quelques phrases, l auteure cr e un lieu, un personnage et ses pr occupations.
Toutefois, vo Ice Cold is a collage of at times unrelated events surrounding a serial murderer and rapist While a person is caught and executed the reader is left uncertain on if there are.
An aspect to the story I did not like was that as the story switched between narrators that the font, font size, and margins changed This was distracting While it did not happen often another distracting element was random phrases that were in bold For example, on page 16 I cycled along beside him for quite a way I believe these were done by the person that translated the work from UK English to US English as a reminder to research words and phrases The translator forgot to do a final pass and to remove their reminder marks The U.
S English hardcover copy that I re Not what I was expecting when I read the inside flap A very quick read and compelling A tale of rape and murder involving a member of the National Socialist Party in Munich, late 1930s, but it s not really political at all other than the first few pages and then the NSDAP is mentioned perhaps a few times later offhand The way the story is told is a series of interviews of the convicted murderer, those who knew the victim, people who or interacted with her in various situations prior, as well as stories of other women who had disappeared around the same time It s short and difficult to put down because you truly feel like you can witness the series moving up to the murder even though some of the chapters are other victims I

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