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Verschlungene Wege (Originaltitel: Angels Fall) ist ein amerikanischer Thriller von Ralph Hemecker aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen sind mit Heather. Verschlungene Wege | Nora Roberts, Christiane Burkhardt | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Inhaltsangabe zu "Verschlungene Wege". Raue Landschaft, leidenschaftliche Gefühle Reece Gilmore ist auf der Flucht: vor der Erinnerung und vor sich selbst. Raue Landschaft, leidenschaftliche Gefühle • Reece Gilmore ist auf der Flucht: vor der Erinnerung und vor sich selbst. Aber je länger sie. Nora Roberts: Verschlungene Wege - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | schertel.co
Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Nora Roberts: Verschlungene Wege. Reece Gilmore ist die einzige Überlebende eines brutalen Verbrechens. Seitdem. Reece Gilmore ist auf der Flucht: vor der Erinnerung und vor sich selbst. Aber je länger sie unterwegs ist, desto größer wird ihre Angst, niemals. Raue Landschaft, leidenschaftliche Gefühle • Reece Gilmore ist auf der Flucht: vor der Erinnerung und vor sich selbst. Aber je länger sie.
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Nora Roberts ВЂ“ Verschlungene Wege - Film-BewertungFast ist man versucht, die Seiten zu überblättern und wenn es dann endlich mal wirklich zur Sache geht, hat man fast schon das Interesse verloren. Natürlich sind die meisten ihrer Romane sehr vorhersehbar und laufen auf fast dasselbe Ende hinaus zumindest was die Liebesgeschichte angeht. Eine gelungene Mischung aus Liebesgeschichte und Kriminalfall — obwohl ein dickes Buch liest es sich rasch und einfach durch den flüssigen und angenehmen Schreibstil von Nora Roberts. Starte mit "Neu" die erste Leserunde, Buchverlosung oder das erste Thema.
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Please enter your name. Brody, her love interest got better over time, but initially I didn't care for him at all. And Joanie, her know-it-all boss I couldn't stand her!!
Again, was it the "voice"? All I could picture was this wrinkled old woman with cigarette in her hand, rasping out commands and insults at Reece!
Not the way I saw it, or rather heard it! Not my favorite read, but not horrible either. I like Nora Roberts style, love the audiobook format and look forward to reading and listening to more of her books.
View all 13 comments. I never expected much from Nora Roberts. After I was coerced convinced to try one by a friend, I picked up the unremarkable Time and Again and was, shall we say, less than impressed.
After four books, I had only a slightly better understanding of why people liked them so much. I never expected to give one of her novels five stars.
Well, Angels Fall deserved every one of them. Everything I disliked about the oth I never expected much from Nora Roberts.
Everything I disliked about the other books was better in this one. The asshole heroes of Time and Again can't hold a candle to smart, reclusive, caring Brody.
Neither can the heroines match talented, strong, clever Reece. And the chemistry between them - well. Not long ago, the fellows at Writing Excuses did an episode on romance with a guest author, and she told them that a good couple needed to complete each other.
Reece and Brody absolutely do. But the best part? They're not cheesy. Their relationship, their dialogue, everything feels completely natural.
I'll get back to Reece and Brody in a moment, because I want to talk about the plot. Damn , that was a fun mystery! I admit, I guessed wrong - even though I should have known better.
I guessed wrong and the real killer was, to quote Writing Excuses again, "surprising but inevitable".
The climax was tense and awesome, and the buildup was genuinely scary. I thought Reece was going crazy. I really did. And that freaked me out a bit, but mostly just added wonderful to the tension.
And speaking of wonderful I actually laughed, four or five times even! Lines like this: "Well, I'd have more zing with George Clooney and Harrison Ford in a threesome, but neither of us are going to get that wish.
I was worried, as a Westerner, that the characters in this book wouldn't sound like they belonged in Wyoming.
Well, they absolutely do. My favorite was Joanie, the sharp-tongued entrepreneur who becomes Reece's boss, but all the rest of the characters were spot-on too.
The little details, even - at one point Roberts mentions a beer called Buttface Amber, and she didn't make that up. You can really get it out here.
It was a nice little touch. Okay, back to Reece and Brody. God, Brody. He couldn't have been any hotter unless he was a wizard. No one knocks Numair off the Throne of Hotness; sorry.
I mean, damn. First off, he's an author, which probably appeals to most female readers right away. Second, while he at first seems cantankerous and possibly rude, he's a softie at heart - as he aptly demonstrated with his patience and his faith in Reece.
Third, and perhaps most important, he doesn't think with his libido. When Reece asks him to stop, he stops; and unlike other Roberts heroes, he doesn't think of her sexually from the moment they meet.
In fact, mostly when he thinks of Reece he thinks of her strength and her passion for her work. Watching him fall in love with her is just beautiful.
As for Reece herself, well I was worried she'd be a doormat, especially since she comes with some heavy emotional baggage. My worries were wholly unfounded.
Reece is a pistol! She is, as Brody works to convince her, astonishingly strong. She is also very responsible and mature.
Case in point: "What do you want, Reece? But since I can't, to deal with the consequences. She really needed Brody, but not in an annoying sappy way - she needed someone who would believe in her, not pity her, treat her like an ordinary person and not something fragile.
She also needed someone to respect her for her strength, and Brody was both. Through letting herself get close to him, she freed herself of a fear of losing someone she loved - and though I won't spoil, that fear was replaced by kickass determination.
Two final things: If you like Coldplay, put on a big playlist of their music to listen to while reading this. It's pretty much perfect, I think, and Yellow is totally Reece and Brody's song.
I wondered before I started this why it had recipes in the back, and now I know: it will make you hungry. Have a snack or a drink to hand.
I went through a bottle of water, half a bag of Goldfish, a chocolate bar, and dinner. Vinaya, recommend me more please?
View all 9 comments. Another fine read from this author. One day, while hiking in the mountains, she peers through her binoculars and sees a couple arguing And when authorities comb t Another fine read from this author.
And when authorities comb the area where she saw the attack, they find no trace that anyone was even there. There was a Lifetime movie made about the book.
This guy was cast as Brody, which I can totally appreciate. No way is she going to be my Reece. Spooky woman with those big, doe-in-the thicket eyes.
Pretty though, and she'd probably edge up to sexy with another ten pounds. Wouldn't you love to give away the extra 10 lbs you have to some needing individual!!
I was second guessing to the end. Did not have a clue who the bad guy was. NR is good at setting your mind in a certain direction Mists flowed along the ground, she noted, thin as tissue paper, and the lake still as glass That part of the country sounded beautiful.
The Tetons. Might get to visit there one fine day! But might just stick with her Suspense books. View all 50 comments.
Why do I like Angels Fall so much? Maybe because it is inspired by my two favourite psychological thrillers, Gaslight and Rear Window.
Reece Gilmore lands up in the little Wyoming town of Angels Fist while she's running away from the ghosts of her past. She finds a job as a short-orde It seems fitting to conclude Nothing But Nora Week with my absolute favourite Nora book of all time.
She finds a job as a short-order cook in a diner and slowly begins to settle down when she becomes a witness to a murder in a remote spot.
Reece's claim regarding the murder are dismissed by the town sheriff when he can find no evidence of such an attack taking place, and her credibility is further compromised by her troubled emotional state.
Her only firm ally is reclusive writer Brody, whom she teams up with to prove that she is not deranged, and that a murder really DID take place as claimed.
Reece is a great character, troubled, disturbed and clinging onto sanity by a thread. The plot is fast-paced and thrilling. The mind-games that the murderer plays with Reece are chilling and satisfyingly convoluted.
All-in-all, this is a book that is definitely worth reading, for all fans of romantic suspense. To be honest, I kind of skipped over the romance part quite a bit because I was so caught up in the story, but for the not-so-jaded, the romance between Brody and Reece is definitely sigh-inducing.
On a side note, I'm told the TV movie of this book is crappy, so you might want to avoid that Nothing But Nora Week, Book View all 3 comments.
Five full stars! Whether they are romances or mysteries; I just love the culinary theme guess this explains my fascination with the Food Network!
Put the three together, and Wow! Locklear starred i Five full stars! When I saw this volume available from my library on audio download, I went for it.
I am glad I did! Well worth the read — or listen! Almost forgot: Joyce Bean does an excellent job of narrating the audiobook!
View all 7 comments. But I changed my mind when I recently listened to the audiobook. The middle dragged too much.
Maybe because I knew the ending and who the bad guy was, but I was tired of Reese being oblivious to all the things being done to her by the bad guy - trying to make her lose her mind.
Although she did some interesting things, too much time was spent with her being a helpless victim. The story is about a 3. The story is about a talented woman chef who was the only survivor of a gunshot massacre.
She moves away, is in the process of healing, and witnesses another murder. The story also has an interesting romance developing between the chef and a writer who helps her.
I enjoyed reading about these two characters. I also enjoyed a supporting character, Joanie, owner of the diner. There were some good lines.
I'm extracting parts of them here briefly, but they are better within the context of the story. Page , after he said her eyes looked tired, she thought "He would always be brutally honest with her.
Tough as it might be on the ego, it was better than platitudes and soft lies. DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person.
Swearing language: strong but rarely used. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: four. Setting: current day Wyoming. Copyright: Genre: romantic mystery.
From the perspective of a murder mystery, the plot was fairly gripping, but the killer was a bit obvious, and remained my most constant suspect throughout the book, even though I considered others, since it seemed too obvious.
I felt for heroine Reece, and all the harrowing terror she had been through in Boston, and now murder and malice here in Angels Fall, Wyoming, at the foot of the Grand Tetons.
My heart went out to her when the killer tried to drive her loco. Well done! Well, I liked the couple, Reece and Brody, and how they rolled.
No rainbows, hearts, or starry-eyed sparkles -- this romance is fairly unemotional -- but Brody the grouch grew on me.
I liked how he slowly began to reveal his soft spot for Reece. I liked him for believing in her when few others would, and for being so protective.
Good secondary characters, especially Joanie, the restaurant owner. Clever parallel between the heroine of the murder mystery Brody was writing and the actual heroine, Reece.
Good descriptions of the Tetons. I have been there, and Roberts' depictions brought all that grandeur, serenity, and majesty right back.
It needed a longer ending. I wanted to know how the townspeople reacted. Audio narration by Joyce Bean was fine.
Quite good. Jul 05, Nicola O. I'm a bit undecided about a 3 vs. In the end, I'm giving it 4 because I like NR. If you are picky about myster I'm a bit undecided about a 3 vs.
If you are picky about mystery plotting, you may find it frustrating. If you're in it for the characters, it's really good.
I especially like the sort of grouchy Lou Grant voice of the hero. I really like Reece as someone recovering from a truly awful, traumatic experience.
She's been nomadic for a while and settles in a small Wyoming town when her car breaks down there. It isn't long before she finds herself integrating into the town, making friends, and setting down the beginnings of roots.
I'm less sanguine with the leading man, Brody. He's a bit caustic, in an alpha male, take-charge kind of way. He fights falling for Reece a little too assiduously and seems randomly emotionally immature.
It ended up working, I guess, and I buy their eventual HEA, but with the occasional needlessly exasperating moment.
The mystery of the novel was a bit awkward, too. I guessed the real culprit relatively early, though there's a real paucity of information through most of the book so it's never possible to be sure.
By about the three-quarters mark, I was ready for that part to be done--or at least show some progress.
The nature of the mystery meant that once any details came out it wouldn't take long for the rest to fall into place, though, so Roberts really had no choice but to string it out a while.
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Vous trouverez ici de plus amples informations sur nos applis. Reece Gilmore ist auf der Flucht: vor der Erinnerung und vor sich selbst.
Als sie sich endlich in einem Dorf in Wyoming dem einfühlsamen Schriftsteller Brody anvertraut, glaubt sie, zur Ruhe zu kommen.
Doch die Vergangenheit holt sie schon bald wieder ein Reece Gilmore landet eher unfreiwillig in dem kleinen Touristenort in Wyoming. Aber durch die herzliche Aufnahme der Dorfbewohner verspürt die Achtundzwanzigjährige nach einer monatelangen ziellosen Reise endlich wieder so etwas wie Heimatgefühle.
Nur die Albträume und die Erinnerung an das, was sie in Boston erleben musste, lassen sie nicht los. Ihre Angst steigert sich noch, als sie auf einer einsamen Bergwanderung Zeugin eines Mordes wird.
Der zurückgezogen lebende Schriftsteller will Reece helfen, doch wie soll sie ihm klarmachen, dass sie sich vonjemandem aus ihrer Vergangenheit verfolgt fühlt?
Reece zweifelt immer mehr an ihrem Verstand und erkennt nicht, dass sie tatsächlich in Gefahr ist Auteur Nora Roberts wurde in Maryland geboren.
Ihren ersten Roman veröffentlichte sie Inzwischen zählt sie zu den meistgelesenen Autorinnen der Welt: Ihre Bücher haben eine weltweite Gesamtauflage von über Millionen Exemplaren.
Nora Roberts hat zwei erwachsene Söhne und lebt mit ihrem Ehemann in Maryland. Unter dem Namen J. Robb veröffentlicht Nora Roberts seit Jahren ebenso erfolgreich Kriminalromane.
Christiane Burkhardt lebt und arbeitet in München. Sie übersetzt Romane und Sachbücher aus dem Italienischen, Niederländischen und Englischen und hat u.
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