Du sollst nicht begehren (Michael Ohayon #3)
Μου άρεσε πολύ ο τρόπος που γράφει και αποφάσισα να αναζητήσω να διαβάσω όσα δικά της βιβλία βρω μπροστά μου.
In America, the police would be swarming, there would be danger for the investigator, there would be much action; not so here.
In many ways it needed a good editor; it seemed very slow at first -- the murder doesn't even happen until the reader is almost to 100 pages in -- but then I got into the rhythm and figured that it was because of its very setting that it is slower ...more
[These comments are taken from a mailing list discussion and as such contain spoilers....]
[on the characters]
I don't remember any of the characters other than Michael appearing before and I didn't find him as interesting as in previous books. He seems rather nondescript in this one, I expected his history background to come into use at some point and I want to know how Eli and Tzilla are getting on with their baby but apart from a brief mention of Michael's son there's very little continuity o...more
To the average American, the kibbutz, Israel's communal village, seems like an exotic lifestyle, permeated by idealism and communal sharing. Reality is more complex. Idealism does exist, as do a shared lifestyle and strong community feeling--but one als ...more
There was also a passage later in the story with Avigail on the phone. She seemed petty and not at all like the cop/nurse she was supposed to be. This passage did not add to the story nor was it e ...more
Der Fall ansich hat sich etwas verwickelt dargestellt. Manchmal war mir nicht recht nachvollziehbar, woher Ochajon seine Ideen hat. Die Gestalten bleiben blass!