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  1. says:

    Great book I like this writer although others seem to have reservations re the first book The Truth about the Harry uebert Affair but I loved that one too This book takes the reader through a tragic family chronicle The Balti Boys The Goldman Gang It kept me intrigued from start to finish Only remark I would make

  2. says:

    When you read a translated novel you often worry if something has been lost in translation Joël Dicker’s The Truth About the Harry uebert Affair had a ridiculous story but also completely strangled prose and dialogue that no human would ever speak The Balti Boys boasts a different translator but has exactly the same problems as its predecessor Translator Alison Anderson has also translated the works of Muriel Barber

  3. says:

    The Balti Boys by Joel Dicker is his second book translated from French The first The Harry uebert Affair is one of my all time favourites So I was eager to read this one Three cousins Marcus Hillel and Woody are bound to

  4. says:

    5 out of 5 stars ⭐️ OUR APRIL 2018 BOOK CLUB READ Joël Dicker did it again No one writes as he does I cried silent tears at the end of the book I am so shocked in all the good ways though What an epic book about a fam

  5. says:

    I loved “The Truth about the Harry uebert Affair” and I was delighted to read the seuel Author Marcus Goldma

  6. says:

    This book is terribly bad trust me I had to read it like I skipped over until the end just to find out what the ad nauseum TRAGEDY would be It

  7. says:

    'In books people who are no longer with us can meet again and embrace'This is a long over long really book about family brotherhood love lies loyalty rivalry and secrets as seems to have become irritatingly de rigeur we have a fragmented narrative where Marcus skips between 'now' and various moments in the past W

  8. says:

    I am still under the spell of the Goldman cousins so it is going to be hard to rate this book I don't know if it is great or just average I'm not sure if I have fallen in all the writer's traps or if I was able to see them in advance I guess i

  9. says:

    This novel lives completely on the shadow of “The truth of the Harry uebert affair” Plain storyline where the only action is found on the last 50 pages

  10. says:

    This is the third book by the French author and the second I've read I was a bit reluctant to read it since I hadn't liked The Truth about the H

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Lla vietetyt ajat kangastelevat kultaisina hänen mielessään Mutta kaikki ei ollut kultaa mikä kiiltää ja nyt Marcus palaa nuoruuteensa ja kysyy mitä todella tapahtui Mikä johti Draamaan joka tuhosi kaiken. I am still under the spell of the Goldman cousins so it is going to be hard to rate this book I don t know if it is great or just average I m not sure if I have fallen in all the writer s traps or if I was able to see them in advance I guess it is like chocolate you know it is not the healthiest thing you can eat but you try a little and its so bittersweet so milky that without realising you have eaten a whole barI enjoyed The Truth about the Harry uebert Affair it was such a page turner but I didn t know what to expect when I first lay hands on this one I just knew Marcus Goldman was back he was trying to write a new book again and that something wrong had happened The Drama What Marcus Goldman is trying here is to untangle his family history explain the deeds of the two branches of the family the Golden Balti and the grey Montclair To do it he makes use of flashbacks and moves through different time lines narrating the story of three cousins who love each other than anything in the world Hillel Woody and Marcus their childhood teenage years and early youth Their loves their dreams their friendships and their ambitions are shared with us But we always see the gang through Marcus s eyes and that s when I have to face my reading demons I always trust the characters I always believe what they say and see the world though their eyes Therefore I got as infatuated with Hillel the skinny weak only son turned gifted teenager with leader aptitudes and Woody the outsider and disfunctional kidHillel s shadowfuture football star As Marcus I believed love and friendship lasts forever and that it can overcome everything and that when it appears at a very tender age it doesn t faulter through the years but grows stronger and stronger So when Marcus s gaze gets mature and objective wiser because he gets all the pieces of the puzzle and all the sides of the story I get a slap in the face Because it doesn t matter if it s in books and real life I hate reckoning that heroes often than not have feet of clayAs I said at the beginning I might be under a spell with the bookMaybe it is not perfect there might be stereotyoping and a certain dislike of the female love interest which reminds me of Taylor Swift but it is a sweet story weirdly warm and familiar Maybe within a few days I will see the truth and the mask of perfection will fall but it still will be an enjoyable reading Jewish Life eat but you try a little and its so bittersweet so milky that without realising you have Sex Toys 101 eaten a whole barI The Joy in Business enjoyed The Truth about the Harry uebert Affair it was such a page turner but I didn t know what to Stuffed expect when I first lay hands on this one I just knew Marcus Goldman was back he was trying to write a new book again and that something wrong had happened The Drama What Marcus Goldman is trying here is to untangle his family history Cotas Claim explain the deeds of the two branches of the family the Golden Balti and the grey Montclair To do it he makes use of flashbacks and moves through different time lines narrating the story of three cousins who love The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, each other than anything in the world Hillel Woody and Marcus their childhood teenage years and Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) early youth Their loves their dreams their friendships and their ambitions are shared with us But we always see the gang through Marcus s Fakers, Forgers Phoneys eyes and that s when I have to face my reading demons I always trust the characters I always believe what they say and see the world though their Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia eyes Therefore I got as infatuated with Hillel the skinny weak only son turned gifted teenager with leader aptitudes and Woody the outsider and disfunctional kidHillel s shadowfuture football star As Marcus I believed love and friendship lasts forever and that it can overcome Doing Without Concepts enjoyable reading

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Kertomus ystävyydestä rakkaudesta ja paratiisiin luikertavasta käärmeestä Dickerin varmaotteinen nuoruudenkuvaus viihdyttää jokaista lukijaaEsikoisromaanillaan Totuus Harry uebertin tapauksesta maailmanmen. When you read a translated novel you often worry if something has been lost in translation Jo l Dicker s The Truth About the Harry uebert Affair had a ridiculous story but also completely strangled prose and dialogue that no human would ever speak The Balti Boys boasts a different translator but has exactly the same problems as its predecessor Translator Alison Anderson has also translated the works of Muriel Barbery and those have read like books With sentences and dialogue and everythingThe conclusion you have to draw is that Dicker is a stylist but possibly one who has never read a book or had a conversation Possibly this other worldly aura can explain how he has managed to sell millions of books but otherwise there s no reason for this diptych to be anything but tipped into a ditch Where The Truth About the Harry uebert Affair was at least entertaining in its excesses The Balti Boys is a long and meaningless dirgeMarcus Goldman fresh off the success of his second novel stays in Florida to write his third novel After following a loose dog back to its home he finds it belongs to his old girlfriend Alexandra Neville the most celebrated female vocalist and musician in recent years The idol everyone had been waiting for for so long the woman who had revitalised the music industry The chance encounter leads to two things Marcus steals the dog every day so that he has an excuse to see Alexandra and reflects on growing up with his cousins the Balti Goldmans The book defines itself in temporal relation to what is ominously called the Tragedy Unlike Harry uebert Marcus has no pressure from his awful publisher or agent who still gets a page long diatribe about the pull of television and movies dictating to people what to do and the line I called her agent and I said hey you get rid of that fat sow and get out of here This is a film set not a pig farm or mother dialled back from the shrewish New Jersey Jewish stereotype she used to be and no reason to write a bookNot that an author needs a reason but Marcus has literally no drive across the book and no real character arc In flashback format Marcus is a passive observer of his frankly horrible cousins Hillel and the semi adoptive Woody It would be wrong to say that pages upon pages are devoted to talking about how good the Balti Goldmans are because that is actually the majority of the novel Hillel is introduced as a snotty brat who grates against completely unbelievable authority figures a private school headmaster who thinks children shouldn t know the word fascist a high school principal who declares Steinbeck s work to be a vulgar blasphemous heap of slang and only has three friends the third being Scott a football obsessed invalid with advanced cystic fibrosis who sets up what would have been one of the stupidest moments in the book if Dicker didn t eventually layer them on in such an incredible avalanche that they overwhelm and envelop the readerAs each character gets older they don t become less likeable but they do demonstrate increasingly bad judgement To make a list of every incredible in the literal sense of the word moment in The Balti Boys would run 459 pages because there is something on every page that defies both analysis and common sense There s a point where The Balti Boys stops being charming in its buffoonery and becomes openly irritating By the time you reach the Tragedy one of the most avoidable in literary history you may want to throw your book across the room The whole book builds up to it and it is something so stilted and foolish that the already thin scaffolding that supported it collapses entirely Dicker has strange ideas about human nature the endurance of childhood crushes into adulthood and what constitutes reasonable behaviour The only motivation that he ascribes to anyone is jealousy and it clogs up the back half of the story It s a simple emotion but the things that the Balti Goldmans do for it are so far beyond what anyone in real life or in basically any other book would ever do The Balti Boys features a pointless support cast including the improbably named Sycomorus a young black man who worked at the supermarket he was as tall as a mountain and gentle as a lamb who promises his father he won t ever become gay and then disappears for several hundred pages and Marcus nosy next door neighbour who constantly criticises Marcus work ethic they don t add atmosphere or further the plot and are dead on the pageOne may have gathered from the copious uotes littered throughout this review that The Balti Boys is not a masterwork of prose Having a bad story is enough of a stumbling block but having sentences that need to be read several times to be parsed is a major failing The book is so long and so overstuffed with pointless dead ends that eventually it s hard to laugh at non seuiturs like That s life old elephants die and the lions eat their corpses Rather than whatever the Swiss euivalent of Stockholm Syndrome is you just want to be done with The Balti Boys If you want to give up on it even if you re the sort never to give up on books you would be entirely forgiven The Balti Boys is a complete mess Without a single naturally composed sentence or credible character in its 460 pages that read like at least 200 it will be interesting to see whether it properly takes on the English reading book world One gets the impression that The Truth About The Harry uebert Affair didn t uite do the business that was anticipated for what was at the time the biggest acuisition in Penguin Books history The Balti Boys is worse in every way and might be enough to sink Dicker in English Audiences are now uite used to reading novels in translation but if a book was never good to begin with there s not much to be done about it Special note apart from having a general desire to finish most books I felt honour bound to finish this one It actually became difficult to reach the end whereas normally even if I m not liking something it s just one word after the next Dicker s words never come in logical seuence and they re like a burden on the soulSometimes you ve got to do things sometimes you ve got to exorcise demons Whether that s by writing a dubious fictional best seller or simply by writing a lengthy review you do it Half My Blood (Dartmoor, ever speak The Balti Boys boasts a different translator but has Ja - Ty - My exactly the same problems as its predecessor Translator Alison Anderson has also translated the works of Muriel Barbery and those have read like books With sentences and dialogue and Diamond Grill everythingThe conclusion you have to draw is that Dicker is a stylist but possibly one who has never read a book or had a conversation Possibly this other worldly aura can The Poisoned Honey Cake (Roman Mystery Scrolls, explain how he has managed to sell millions of books but otherwise there s no reason for this diptych to be anything but tipped into a ditch Where The Truth About the Harry uebert Affair was at least Katyně entertaining in its Evolving Brains, Emerging Gods excesses The Balti Boys is a long and meaningless dirgeMarcus Goldman fresh off the success of his second novel stays in Florida to write his third novel After following a loose dog back to its home he finds it belongs to his old girlfriend Alexandra Neville the most celebrated female vocalist and musician in recent years The idol How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck? everyone had been waiting for for so long the woman who had revitalised the music industry The chance Craft encounter leads to two things Marcus steals the dog Król życia every day so that he has an Dangerous Promise (Promises excuse to see Alexandra and reflects on growing up with his cousins the Balti Goldmans The book defines itself in temporal relation to what is ominously called the Tragedy Unlike Harry uebert Marcus has no pressure from his awful publisher or agent who still gets a page long diatribe about the pull of television and movies dictating to people what to do and the line I called her agent and I said hey you get rid of that fat sow and get out of here This is a film set not a pig farm or mother dialled back from the shrewish New Jersey Jewish stereotype she used to be and no reason to write a bookNot that an author needs a reason but Marcus has literally no drive across the book and no real character arc In flashback format Marcus is a passive observer of his frankly horrible cousins Hillel and the semi adoptive Woody It would be wrong to say that pages upon pages are devoted to talking about how good the Balti Goldmans are because that is actually the majority of the novel Hillel is introduced as a snotty brat who grates against completely unbelievable authority figures a private school headmaster who thinks children shouldn t know the word fascist a high school principal who declares Steinbeck s work to be a vulgar blasphemous heap of slang and only has three friends the third being Scott a football obsessed invalid with advanced cystic fibrosis who sets up what would have been one of the stupidest moments in the book if Dicker didn t Red Skies Falling (Skybound, eventually layer them on in such an incredible avalanche that they overwhelm and William (Enemies to Lovers, envelop the readerAs From Irenaeus to Grotius each character gets older they don t become less likeable but they do demonstrate increasingly bad judgement To make a list of A May to December Romance every incredible in the literal sense of the word moment in The Balti Boys would run 459 pages because there is something on Moravagine every page that defies both analysis and common sense There s a point where The Balti Boys stops being charming in its buffoonery and becomes openly irritating By the time you reach the Tragedy one of the most avoidable in literary history you may want to throw your book across the room The whole book builds up to it and it is something so stilted and foolish that the already thin scaffolding that supported it collapses Herman Hertzberger entirely Dicker has strange ideas about human nature the Family Secrets endurance of childhood crushes into adulthood and what constitutes reasonable behaviour The only motivation that he ascribes to anyone is jealousy and it clogs up the back half of the story It s a simple Wolves Among Sheep emotion but the things that the Balti Goldmans do for it are so far beyond what anyone in real life or in basically any other book would Writing Fight Scenes ever do The Balti Boys features a pointless support cast including the improbably named Sycomorus a young black man who worked at the supermarket he was as tall as a mountain and gentle as a lamb who promises his father he won t Włosy Mamy enough of a stumbling block but having sentences that need to be read several times to be parsed is a major failing The book is so long and so overstuffed with pointless dead Caring for Victor ends that Un matrimonio americano (AdN) (Adn Alianza De Novelas) eventually it s hard to laugh at non seuiturs like That s life old Omkara elephants die and the lions AMSG eat their corpses Rather than whatever the Swiss Who Killed Hazel Drew? euivalent of Stockholm Syndrome is you just want to be done with The Balti Boys If you want to give up on it A Whole New League (Briarwood High Book 2) even if you re the sort never to give up on books you would be Since I Died entirely forgiven The Balti Boys is a complete mess Without a single naturally composed sentence or credible character in its 460 pages that read like at least 200 it will be interesting to see whether it properly takes on the English reading book world One gets the impression that The Truth About The Harry uebert Affair didn t uite do the business that was anticipated for what was at the time the biggest acuisition in Penguin Books history The Balti Boys is worse in Not Pulling Out 2 every way and might be Driving on the Edge enough to sink Dicker in English Audiences are now uite used to reading novels in translation but if a book was never good to begin with there s not much to be done about it Special note apart from having a general desire to finish most books I felt honour bound to finish this one It actually became difficult to reach the El Socialismo Historico Altoaragones end whereas normally Dont Call Me Coach even if I m not liking something it s just one word after the next Dicker s words never come in logical seuence and they re like a burden on the soulSometimes you ve got to do things sometimes you ve got to Obłok Magellana exorcise demons Whether that s by writing a dubious fictional best seller or simply by writing a lengthy review you do it

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Estykseen noussut Joël Dicker palaa uudessa kirjassaan kirjailija Marcus Goldmanin nuoruuteen Poikaiässä Marcus ihailee suuresti rikkaita serkkujaan Baltin sukuhaaran Goldmaneja Baltissa ja perheen kesäasunno. This book is terribly bad trust me I had to read it like I skipped over until the end just to find out what the ad nauseum TRAGEDY would be It s so full of boring and stupid repetitions An the way this author writes most of his female characters should be addressed by his readers Seriously are they okay with all the women being vile or cringe worthy I can t believe the reviews and adoration both the Joel Dicker books get they absolutely do not deserve it although the first one is of a fun romp than this one is This one is like death I read it for the popsugar reading challenge as a book recommended by a librarian I don t think my towns librarian had actually read it herself like she was going by customers word of mouth People actually think this is good which is uite sad