[PDF/EPUB] (Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel)

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Read & Download Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel Read Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel 109 Andrea Maria Schenkel ì 9 Read In darkness to an old mill in the thick of a forest she has been flung into a bunker It is only now as time passes and she sees her attacker in the light that she notices the startling. An ambiguous crime novel that left me uncertain I d understood what was going on I ve read other books by this author and this one was a bit slight Not a bad read however and I like how the reader had to do the work to put together the puzzle with scope for different interpretations

Read & Download Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel

Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel

Read & Download Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel Read Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel 109 Andrea Maria Schenkel ì 9 Read It had been a normal day at work Monika was locking up ready to head home when the man arrived She didn't even see his fist until it was far too late Bundled into a car tied up and taken. I ve read all three Schenkel books published in the UK to date and enjoyed them all The detail was disturbing and fascinating and the juxtaposition of alternate points of view creates different feelings and senses of the two key characters and their interpretation of what is happening It maybe thin but there are hidden depths

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Read & Download Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel Read Bunker AUTHOR Andrea Maria Schenkel 109 Andrea Maria Schenkel ì 9 Read Resemblance to someone from her very dark and buried past someone she never wanted to see again Was this a robbery gone wrong Is he Hans returned for revenge Is she even the victim at al. I loved this book I honestly get bored with the countless thriller books on the shelves that seem to offer several linking and twisting subplots that all tie up neatly at the end This book follows a different structure in that it is told from three viewpoints the hero s the villain s and the description of the present day situation It took a while to work out where the story was headed to begin with because of this but after half way thorugh it finally clicked and I thought it ingenious I loved both of the characters they were not the usual sympathetic hero with a strength that will pull her through and the usual villain who is the total bad guy The author was brilliant at capturing the atmosphere and images of horror I can see the relation of this book to many of my favourite horror movies and I am not sure but I would say the author is an avid fan of horror movies also I was reading the story as though I was watching it on screen and that to me speaks of great writing The Murder Farm is now on my to read list