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At the invitation of the wealthy Swiss ornithologist Max Boehm, a young French academic, Louis Antioch, agrees to undertake a journey tracing the flight of the storks in an attempt to solve the mystery of the birds. At the invitation of the wealthy Swiss ornithologist Max Boehm, a young French academic, Louis Antioch, agrees to undertake a journey tracing the flight of the storks in an leyleeklerin to solve the mystery of the birds’ disappearance.
Before Antioch can set off on his trip, however, Boehm dies of a heart attack under suspicious circumstances, or so the police believe. Its plot moves at a dramatic ucuxu, from a Bulgarian Gypsy encampment to Israeli kibbutzim and to Calcutta from the green jungles of Central Africa. As the mystery deepens, it becomes clear that it is not only the stork that lyeleklerin an endangered species.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Every year the storks set off on their miraculous 12,mile migration from Northern Europe to Central Africa. Then one year, inexplicably, they do not return. At the invitation of the wealthy Swiss ornithologist Max Boehm, a young French academic, Louis Antioch, agrees to undertake a journey tracing the flight of the storks in an attempt to solve the mystery of the birds Every year the storks set off on their miraculous 12,mile migration from Northern Europe to Central Africa.
If there is any justice in the world, this novel will not only hold its own in the bestseller list, but will top it. Hardcoverpages.
Flight of the Storks
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Lists with This Book. Feb 05, Moiraine rated it really liked it.
Ben kim kopek tam olarak. Ne haddime “yok zor okunuyor yok ot yok bok” diyorum Grange gibi birine.
Bir film senaryosu gibiydi. Me ha gustado mucho. Sep 25, Monica Madrazo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Di grande interesse, davvero una piacevole scoperta questo autore. Un must du genre! Apr 30, Pats Cornelis rated it really liked it. Met heeeel veel plezier gelezen!
Oct 25, Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: The writing is brilliant full of suspense with twists and turns. Well developed characters, overall an excellent thriller. Leyleklerkn without a doubt. Le vol des cigognes est un polar psychologique et cruel. Dec 21, Sergei Ter-Tumasov rated it leylelerin it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Es gilt auch bei diesem Roman wieder: Sep 01, Esma Tezgi rated it it was amazing. Lang geleden al gelezen, maar het boek is me bijgebleven.
Moest er vandaag aan denken toen ik hier ooievaars zag overvliegen op weg naar warmere oorden voor de winter.
Een aanrader, dit boek! Dec 10, Alev rated it really liked it. Except for the end, it was great and ingenious. The end was clumsy. Most include enough cognates to leylelerin readily decipherable.
The style of this work — syntax, dialogue, descriptions — make the reader wonder if it is a screenplay masquerading as a novel or, even more likely, a novel written with a wistful and hopeful eye toward potential screenwriters leylekoerin might be willing to transform it into a tidy financial return. But let us be generous and not judge the narrative prematurely. Where this novel is headed is unclear, but the premonition is grim indeed.
Indeed, the book provides an interesting view into the culture of the Roma and into their relationships with the wider culture beyond their own group. He moves on, first briefly to Turkey and than to Israel where, on a kibbutz, he meets Sarah, the sister of another ornithologist hideously slain. Sarah is the first person in the novel with whom Antioch is able to be open, with whom he seems in his isolated and constricted life to form a true bond. After another attempt on his life, he returns to Paris to pursue the mystery from another direction.
Nursena Pancar (Turkey)’s review of Leyleklerin Uçuşu
Indeed, Antioch has turned into an Indiana Jones-type character, a far cry from the studious and sequestered introvert that he was at the beginning of the book. Giving the author the benefit of the doubt, and engaging in an even larger measure of a willing suspense of disbelief, the reader continues.
How can events and histories be linked? Just as things seem unable to become more complex, a villain with AIDS appears in the narrative. Deeper and deeper into the jungle Antioch pursues him, convinced that he is approaching the answer to all the mysteries that have driven him throughout the narrative. Bit by bit, pieces fall into place, hints and facts that he begins to assemble into a mosaic intriguing as it is outlandish, a nightmare of international scope and profound complexity, a feast for conspiracy-theorists.
I do find myself wondering what it is about this genre of narrative that is so attractive to many readers. Does it provide a measure of catharsis? Do the simplified roles of good and evil provide reassurance in a world in which such distinctions often seem blurred or indistinct? Are ordinary lives often filled with ennui that such thrillers can relieve? Puzzling… I picked up this paperback in the airport at Bordeaux, France.
I had not heard of this author before, but the text looked easy to read with the aid of a pocket dictionary and a translator app on my iPhone at my level of French expertise.
In addition, I needed a book of manageable length and sufficient interest and suspense to keep me going if the translating became difficult. Is the book a great one? No, certainly not, but it accomplished all that I required of it.
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Het verhaal beschrijft de zoektocht naar het mysterie van de verdwenen ooievaars vanuit het oogpunt van een ex-student Louis in de Ik-vorm. Op elke locatie wordt een tipje van de sluier gelicht naar het mysterie. Het boek leest zeer vlot dankzij de toegankelijke en zeer realistische schrijfstijl. Je waant je als lezer zo in de kibboets of in het afrikaans regenwoud. Het idee van de trektocht brengt bovendien ook de nodige vaart in het verhaal.
Kortom, een verzorgd gebracht verhaal dat je gerust kunt beschouwen als een avontuurlijke thriller met de nodige verrassingen. In deze categorie terecht 5 sterren. Jan 16, Morta Rapalyte rated it it was amazing.
The whole story was nowhere near pretty – which I am not very used to, but I was completely swallowed by the book. I highly recommend reading this to everyone. Sep 05, Kaan Kahraman rated it it was amazing. A young man, Lois Antioche is hired by a scientist to follow the seasonal flight routes of storks. Aug 07, Katrin V rated it liked it. He has probably seen much of the vignette’s he includes in this international thriller.
His focus is on the dark and evil and it seems unrelenting. Too intense for me. I won’t be looking for more from him. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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