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Preview — Alex by Pierre Lemaitre. Alex, plus intelligente que son bourreau. Alex qui ne pardonne rien, qui n'oublie rien, ni personne. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Alex , please sign up. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [I'm wondering why Alex took the truck ride with Bobby. And then, why she murdered him? The rest make sense but not this particular chapter.

This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [The detectives said Bobby knew a guy that was one of Alex's rapists. Presumably, Alex was sold to Bobby through a friend of her brother's.

See all 4 questions about Alex…. Lists with This Book. I did not like the beginning because I am squeamish. Raw and very Frightening. I continued and was rewarded with the start of an ingenious puzzle. A layered plot is so delicious and this was extremely satisfying and addictive. It is brilliant in th Shocking. It is brilliant in the effortless reveal of this complex and fascinating character. The detectives are each fully developed and wonderfully flawed.

The rich nuances of their past and present relationships with each other and others provided so much texture. I was thinking about who would love this book: Readers of Stieg Larsson with its tension, brutality, shocking events and turn of events. Readers of Gone Girl. I loved the twist in Gone Girl. Hated the characters by the end. ALEX on the other hand has multiple twists, characters you go through many emotions with and then the ending is brilliant.

It is a rich experience with a full and extraordinary ending. View all 7 comments. I am ecstatic right now. Damn near in shock. I have just experienced the thrill of reading what I am going to hold as one of the best crime novels I have ever read. In other words; BEST. But seriously, I cannot get over how terrific, how amazing, this novel really is. It is I am ecstatic right now.

It is masterfully written, with excellent characters and dialogue that makes you understand, get to know and get a feel for the characters. This is very, very rare, especially in crime fiction. What's even more rare is doing it while the plot zips and zaps, moving along like a train at full speed sorry, for that terrible metaphor, as I read this on a train And I haven't even gotten to the plotting. Aaaaagghhhh it is so great. We meet Alex, and she gets kidnapped.

The only problem is, they have nothing to go on except for an eyewitness report. Every second matters, time is of the essence and nothing is as it seems. This, my friends, is a crime novel. It's like someone took Silence of the Lambs, Gone Girl and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and threw them in a blender, then sprinkled some Sherlock Holmes on top, along with a dash of kidnapping-horror.

It has everything you could ever ask for in a crime novel; shocking twists, gruesome descriptions of violent and gory acts, harrowing truths and a feeling of complete disbelief as you realize that you have no idea where this is going next.

I scratched my head so many times, going "why is this happening now? This doesn't make sense How the hell didn't I see that coming? That is, if I had managed to close my dropped jaw and stopped reading for a moment to think, instead of just reading on, desperate to find out what would happen next.

If Gone Girl was last years' phenomenon, then I'll be damned if Alex shouldn't be this years. Crime thrillers this great are few and far in between. Someone needs to get off their ass and translate Lemaitre's other novels or else I'm learning french, just to keep reading.

And when Hollywood gets ahold of this It's going to be huge. And read it now; you won't be sorry you did. View all 11 comments. This is the second book in a trilogy. The first, Irene, I gave 4 stars; this book gets 5 stars. You can probably tell from the title that this book is about Alex. Alex was put into a horrific situation from which Well, I give up. You have to read the book.

There's nothing I can tell you, except this was an emotional roller coaster and I loved the ride! Now to finish the trilogy with Camille. View all 21 comments. Where I hope to impart a few thoughts, informed opinions, and constructive criticisms, and you can pretend that you actually give a flying fart.

Here are a few of the issues: Constant telling to the point that I wanted to rip my hair out? Not getting to the point? Am I making myself clear? Piss-poor similes and metaphors? Overstated, redundant, bloated prose? Stilted, stiff, wooden, overformal, mannered, and pretentious dialogue? Drama and heightened tension sucked out of the prose faster than a Hoover by mediocre writing? Excessive stammering to the point that I wanted to offer speech lessons? Possibly but it was a side car on this happy train.

A supposed thriller minus most of the thrills? Immediate and unexplained epiphanies? Brings words like pussyfooting to the foray? Penchant for passive voice? Almost seemed to switch POV in the middle of a few scenes? Editing comments that were both annoying and frustrating and over explained the difference between French and English?

This should be fixed upon the official release, otherwise readers are in for a real treat. For the first two-thirds or so of this tale, Alex Prevost just might have been my least favorite character of all time.

And the ending itself proved a bit farfetched even for this roller-coaster-induced tale. I received this book for free through NetGalley. Cross-posted at Robert's Reads View all 9 comments. I have read a few Crime Thrillers before and enjoyed them but they were not my thing. So imagine my surprise when this book turned out to not only be my favourite for the year.

It's one of the most cleverly written books that I have read in a long time.

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Hi Trine, Loved reading up the ones you have mentioned. We are from India and thanks in advance. Thanks a lot Trine. The only thing that makes me hesitate a bit is that your friend Aiste from Luxeat, whose judgement I really trust, wrote a bad review on Relae.

Do you think thats was just bad luck or the wrong day? I am trying to make a choice between Relae and Restaurant Radio for one evening. Thanks a lot, Gerhard. Go to Radio for more easy going, exciting dishes. After looking at this blog, went to Bar Vin and Fiske Bar.

They were great — great food, not too expensive. Thank you for this great blog! Hey Paul Thanks so much for getting back and telling me. Hi there — just perusing your blog and trying to find some great food in Copenhagen. Coming for 4 days in a few weeks with two 8 year olds. Wondering if you have some recs for great restaurants where kids who are somewhat picky would be welcome and enjoy.

Can you send some thoughts about best places to bring kids? I have really enjoyed reading your blog. Can you recommend somewhere casual and which opens till late for Saturday dinner? Hi Mona, Thanks for your comment. Hi Ali, Thank you too for your comment. If you had to choose one raw restaurant which one it would be? I have already been in Aamanns. Hi Michala, Thanks for your comment. Hope you have a nice stay. Hi Trine, You are correct about Eksdtedt being in Stockholm.

Sorry for the confusion. Plan to be there as well as CPH. Hi have you tried cofocos Host yet? Thanks for a great website. Dear Trine, We will be in Copenhagen in early July this year. Regards from the USA. Can you comment on that? Hi Jack Thanks a lot for your kind words! I suggest you try one of these: I have family visiting Copenhagen for a week. Any suggestions for a large party with children? And I know they love kids. I know this is a huge ask but could you recommend a one must go restaurant for dinner on Saturday night or lunch on Sunday?

Hey Nora Thanks very much for your kind words. As to your question here are some suggestions all favorites of mine. Missing it a much! I was fortunate enough to have been to some really great restaurants:. I enjoyed all of them and Geranium was a standout……….

So glad to hear it, Ferraby. Thank you very much for stopping by and telling me! Now I know he will be able to come. Well, based on our discussion I only reserved lunch for one person and they have just allowed me to change the reservation to 2 people, so I think that is the way to go — reserve the lower number and ask to change to the higher number.

Do you have any idea how helpful your blog is to visitors to CPH? Hey Richard Thanks for your note and for the sweet words about the blog. I really appreciate it! We have a reservation at Noma for lunch one day which is set. We will be there on a Sunday and want somewhere good for dinner. Can you recommend anywhere in particular? Thank you again for the blog and your help!

Thanks for your comment and kind words! Otherwise Geist could be an option too, fancy decor and innovative dishes. Hope you have a great stay in CPH! I found your blog and was delighted! It has helped book restaurants for my 1 week trip to CPH next week. Geranium is slightly more light and the focus is mostly on bringing out and presenting the taste in vegetables. Let me know what you choose and what you think! Trine, thanks for updating this page! My 3-day Copenhagen visit first time is coming up in early September and I have reservations for Noma lunch , Kiin Kiin dinner and Aamans dinner.

I would like to —especially Noma, which will likely be once in a lifetime for me. Hi Richard Thanks for getting back!! Thanks for sharing this nice list of restaurants! We plan to go to Copenhagen on Tuesday and we feel like having sushi for lunch and a nice steak for dinner. Do you have any places to recommend? We seem to have the same taste in restaurants so I was hoping you have some tips for us.

I looked at Alex Sushi — is it something you can recommend? Have not been to Alex. Thank you for a very nice blog. I am going to Copenhagen for a weekend in October with my wife.

We are going to Geranium for dinner on Saturday. Have you been to any of these lately? Any view on what would be the best choice? Hi Steffen Thanks so much for your kind words. Considering month of October I think perhaps the old arched basement room of AOC would be a nice choice? Have you had the opportunity to eat there — any opinion about their food?

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Medium Priced Restaurants Fabulous restaurant and high-end bistros you can enjoy without the need of calling your bank in advance. Craig June 6, at 3: Bianca April 27, at 1: Carolyneddie November 11, at Great now I can concentrate on my other plan which is cake!

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Looking forward to exploring your beautiful city! Trine February 15, at 5: Tiago February 4, at 7: Dear Trine, I will be visiting Copenhagen on July for the first time with my wife and 10 month old daughter.

Best regards, Tiago from Portugal. Trine February 4, at Tiago February 5, at Alejandro January 14, at Dear Trine, Congratulations on your site, very helpful, well done and inspirational. If you could suggest us some options that could fit our dinner would be awesome, thanks Regards Alejandro.

Trine January 18, at 9: Dear Alejandro, First of all congrats on your forthcoming wedding! Let me know if you have any further questions. Alex January 6, at 3: Hi there, I wondered if you know of any places that have private dining rooms for a dinner in April. Any help would be much appreciated! Trine January 7, at 9: Polly December 28, at Ana December 15, at Trine December 19, at 2: Gemma September 23, at Hi Trine, Great info on the site, thank you.

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Trine August 4, at Caroline June 24, at 9: Trine June 24, at 7: Mike June 12, at 4: Trine June 14, at Marcello June 4, at Trine June 7, at 4: Manuel May 25, at Maybe a couple or selections I could check out? Thanks so much for your time.

Trine May 26, at 9: Dominic May 24, at 6: Trine May 25, at 6: Kiin Kiin formel B Marchal and alternatively no. Aysha Begum May 22, at 2: Hi Trine, So glad to have come across your blog! Trine May 23, at 4: Aysha Begum May 26, at 3: Trine May 26, at Rob May 19, at Trine May 20, at 9: Chris May 19, at 3: Hi Trine, Thank you for the great recommendations on this blog. Trine May 19, at 4: Hi Chris, Thanks a lot for your kind words.

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Kerry November 20, at 1: Trine November 20, at Hi Kerry, Thank you so much for your kind words. Kerry November 21, at Hi Trine Thank you for coming back to me ans sincere apologies for my delayed response I have had a hectic couple of days. Nina October 25, at 5: Trine November 2, at 3: Therese October 23, at 2: Hi Trine, Just stumbled across the site and love the tips. Thanks in advance, Therese. Trine October 24, at 6: Therese October 27, at Thanks Trine, Had a great time again this weekend and managed to get one book from Arnold Busck.

Already planning my next trip and will definitely keep an eye on your blog for tips regards, Therese. SDP October 12, at 5: Hi Trine, Yours is a great website and a fantastic resource. Thank you for any advice! Kim Jensen October 23, at 1: Gary September 10, at Trine September 14, at 8: Hope you will have fun here! Gary September 18, at 5: Gary September 18, at Holly September 10, at 8: Hi Trine, Many thanks for all your ideas and suggestions on restaurants in Copenhagen!

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Piss-poor similes and metaphors? Overstated, redundant, bloated prose? Stilted, stiff, wooden, overformal, mannered, and pretentious dialogue? Drama and heightened tension sucked out of the prose faster than a Hoover by mediocre writing? Excessive stammering to the point that I wanted to offer speech lessons?

Possibly but it was a side car on this happy train. A supposed thriller minus most of the thrills? Immediate and unexplained epiphanies? Brings words like pussyfooting to the foray? Penchant for passive voice?

Almost seemed to switch POV in the middle of a few scenes? Editing comments that were both annoying and frustrating and over explained the difference between French and English? This should be fixed upon the official release, otherwise readers are in for a real treat. For the first two-thirds or so of this tale, Alex Prevost just might have been my least favorite character of all time.

And the ending itself proved a bit farfetched even for this roller-coaster-induced tale. I received this book for free through NetGalley. Cross-posted at Robert's Reads View all 9 comments. I have read a few Crime Thrillers before and enjoyed them but they were not my thing.

So imagine my surprise when this book turned out to not only be my favourite for the year. It's one of the most cleverly written books that I have read in a long time.

Written almost in a movie script style; I am not sure if that is the intention of the author or whether it is the way the story is translated. I like quirky books so I did not mind this style of storytelling at all. The author tells us what the characters are thinking, how they are moving and how they interact with each other. There are no hidden messages, it is a case of what you read is what you get. The story itself is one of the most clever and well thought out plots that I have read in a long time.

At the start, the reader is drawn in and feels sorry for Alex and what is happening to her. As things change and the plot slowly twists and turns to reveal itself, you start feeling like the victim doesn't deserve your sympathies. The writing flows along never missing a beat; it goes back and forth between Alex and the police officials that are trying to find her. As I mentioned above, there are multiple twists and turns that will leave you wondering what will happen next.

A totally enjoyable read, I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Crime Thrillers and anyone else in between. View all 24 comments.

The book opens innocuously enough with the kidnapping of a young woman, the eponymous Alex, but as the grim details of her incarceration unfold, and quite frankly, will probably haunt your dreams, she finds herself having to draw on every ounce of her own resource-fulness to survive and seek her escape. With the police seemingly at a loss to identify her and, to more importantly track her and her kidnapper down, what is it about this woman that eludes their detection and has forced a man to take such serious measures as to patiently stalk her, and then seek to watch her die in a pretty damn barbarous way?

Outside of the sterling characterisation of the truly hypnotic Alex herself, Lemaitre proves he is no slouch at creating other compelling characters, as an integral part of the whole. Police Commandant Camille Verhoeven, who reluctantly discovers himself in charge of this initially mystifying case is a wonderful creation.

Struggling with his own mental torment following the relatively recent kidnapping and murder of his wife, Verhoeven, a diminutive man in stature, but with the investigatory tenacity of a small terrier, takes a firm hold on the case, challenging those who seek to interupt his path of detection with a steely determination and a nice line in putdowns.

As small as he is physically, his character looms large within the piece and his interplay with his colleagues Louis, intelligent and rich who drapes himself in designer clothing, and Armand, a scruffy individual who has taken cadging to a whole other level, is so plausible and engaging, that as the action pivots between Alex herself and the police investigation, there was to me a perfect mix of drama, poignancy and humour ingrained in Verhoeven and his close cohorts throughout.

Quite simply, Lemaitre provides a masterclass in characterisation throughout, and you will be appalled and delighted by his protagonists at every turn. An absolute gem of a crime novel that is wonderfully dark, scary, mad, bad and dangerous to know, but just far too good to miss… This is an absolutely first class crime novel.

It is a real page-turner, and I had great trouble putting it down before reaching the clever ending. I rate it 4. With its principal cri This is an absolutely first class crime novel. With its principal crime solvers being detectives in the French brigade criminelle , there are enough hints sprinkled through the story of Alex to keep me riveted to the page.

Leading the crime squad is the somewhat melancholic detective Commandant Camille Verhoeven, a widower whose professional and personal life have been marred by a past tragedy. Verhoeven is reluctant to take on the case of a kidnapped woman, Alex, but is gradually drawn into the race to find and save her. From there, a death ensues, and the scene is set by the author for a great murder mystery story.

We, the readers, learn quite early in the book the identity of the killer, and we are given insights into their character, in particular their resourcefulness, determination and attention to detail in trapping and murdering several people. We are not spared the bloody, gruesome details of the crimes. As the story progresses, the suspense deepens, with the detectives mystified and frustrated in their search for this vicious killer.

Lemaitre reveals his writing genius as he twists the tale a number of times, keeping us readers off-balance. The ending is very clever, and it left me both shocked and satisfied with the final outcome.

However, I sound a warning note: The crimes are cruel, the details are gory, and the backstory is horrendous. So why did I enjoy the book so much? Because it is so well-written - the pace is electric, the characterisations feel authentic, and the plot lines touch on key social issues in our communities.

View all 4 comments. This was an exceptionally good suspense novel. It starts off as a horrendous kidnapping, with the victim suffering unimaginable torture for reasons that are not clear to us. Then it becomes a murder mystery where the police are hunting a serial killer who kills her seemingly unrelated victims in a horrendous manner. Not for the faint hearted but masterfully written and gripping right to the end.

This is the second novel in the Verhoeven trilogy and it stands alone very well. However it does revea This was an exceptionally good suspense novel.

Commandant Camille Verhoeven lost his wife Irene in a kidnapping in the previous novel so is reluctant to take on this kidnapping case but he gradually becomes driven to find the unknown victim and find out the motive of the perpetrator. Although the author lets us know who has been doing the killings before Verhoeven works it out, we don't guess why until close to the end.

The murderer's final act is chillingly clever and unexpected. A brilliant ending in fact! View all 5 comments. Zato ih prihvatite kakvi jesu dok vam se sve ne razjasni. Karakterizacija pozitivaca je daleko dublja. Aug 01, Janet rated it it was amazing. Alex is the follow up to Irene in the Verhoeven trilogy by Lemaitre. Even though the storyline is completely different certain events continue on from the previous book so these books are best read in order if you want to fully appreciate how they're told.

I don't like giving away spoilers so I'll keep this brief and say that the story is one of Alex, a young woman that gets brutally kidnapped and held hostage by an assailant for reasons that only become clear with time. What follows is a hard hi Alex is the follow up to Irene in the Verhoeven trilogy by Lemaitre. What follows is a hard hitting, shocking, twisty turny tale that will have your head spinning at times. Just as you think you know where the story is going, it moves totally into a different direction and will keep many guessing until the end.

I did work out some of the premise here but that in no way detracted from the heady thrill and squirmy factor. And squirm I did!! Without giving away too much, let's just say I hated a particular species of animal before, those feelings were compounded even more so here. A five and half perhaps?!! Looking forward to the last book, Camille, in this thrilling trilogy. So, it will come as no surprise that I highly recommend this one for a read that is a cut above what's normally offered out there.

Just bring your strong stomach with you!! View all 6 comments. The first book "Irene" I might have to rate a 5. Very different stories and very different premise in the storyline. I could not figure out where this story was going but the end was far better than anything I imagined. I recommend these books to anyone who appreciates a great crime series.

I also recommend these books be read in order and I am someone who cheats and reads out of order! Some details from "Irene" appear in "Ale Absolutely awesome book! Some details from "Irene" appear in "Alex" and it will ruin reading Irene if out of order. I'm going to try and wait before reading the final book "Camille".

If I can have that kind of resistance! I believe this series may have ruined me for what I am going to read next. All others may seem 'meh' next to this. View all 20 comments. Mar 18, Chi — cuddle. Awalnya tokoh disekap dengan perlakuan yang tidak manusiawi, lanjut menjadi sosok kejam pembunuh, tak disangka kembali menjadi korban.

Pastinya saya suka dengan novel thriller yang satu ini! View all 3 comments. Nov 15, Kylie Simpson rated it it was amazing. Alex is a crime novel at heart, but the protagonist Alex is anything but a typical victim. Comparisons are being made everything else is in French, but never fear, this book will be out in English in march , and everyone who loves a great thriller should put this on their wish list.

Comparisons are being made to Lisbeth Salander, and I can see that, because she is a strong female character who is highly capable. The plot is fantastic, split into three parts you have a kidnapping, an escape and the final part of the book that answers every question that the first two parts raise. A perfect hero in the detective, who has his own demons to face as he searches for Alex.

And the perfect victim who is not at all what she seems. I have compared this book to the film of the Usual Suspects, in the way that the story is so beautifully tied up in the last chapter that you look back over the rest of the novel and just think 'wow'. I want to read it again, to view everything with a different set of eyes now that I know the twist. This is the first of Lemaitre's novels to be translated, and I for one can not wait for the rest, I may have to learn French.

If you are a fan of European crime, or in fact any thriller that keeps you guessing and turning the pages rapidly, this is the book for you. Look for this in Australian bookshops in March. I can not rate it's highly enough. De plot verklap ik hier niet maar ik raad iedereen aan om met deze auteur kennis te maken.

Wat een rasverteller en scenarioschrijver. Ik las deze vakantie tot nogtoe twee van zijn detective-thrillers Irene en Alex , die ik niet weg kon leggen, echte "slaapstelers" die zo verfilmd kunnen worden tot kaskrakers, en daarnaast ook nog het schitterende "Tot ziens daarboven", literaire fictie van de bovenste plank, terecht een winnaar van de Goncourt-prijs.

Pierre Lemaitre is voor mij een ware ontdekk De plot verklap ik hier niet maar ik raad iedereen aan om met deze auteur kennis te maken. Pierre Lemaitre is voor mij een ware ontdekking deze vakantie.

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