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  • Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar
  • Zoran Drvenkar
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 9780007439287

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Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar Free read ✓ 105 And Sorry will find out what it is It’s as simple as thatWhat they hadn’t counted on was their next client being a cold hearted killer But who is the killer and why has he ki. Kris felt he was treated unfairly by his employer and then later wrongfully dismissed from his job but instead of seeking revenge he comes up with a plan to form an agency called Sorry along with his friend Frauke Tamara and brother Wolf The agency is hired out and is spokes person on behalf of companies who wish to apologise to their employees whom have felt wrongfully done by They bought a house in an isolated county side and their venture was thriving Until one day Wolf set out on his next assignment where he enters an apartment supposedly to apologise to the person living there but find a lady nailed to the wall crucifixion style with instructions from the killer on what to do next What follow is a series mind games child innocents lost murdered victims and friendships on the brink of destructionThe opening scenes of the book gave me the shivers Written in the first person narrative called YOU the killer describes in graphic detail the crucifixion style killing but at the same time talking directly to you drawing you in closer to the scene while he conducted this gruesome act A cold very uncomfortable sensation went though my body at this moment but he writer killer achieved what he wanted too and felt he was playing mind games with me as well As the story progresses it gets rather complex with the writer mixing his narratives bringing in two additional first person narratives which are anonymous but somehow connected to the story shifting to before and after and then YOU slowly revealing himself and what his connection is to the four friends through first and third narrative Mind boggling Yes but if I can follow it anyone else can and if you persist the rewards are beneficialThe plot was totally insane The four friends are torn between by what is morally and legally the right thing to do or follow the instructions indicated by the killer that will take every ounce of mental and physical capability to go through with I could feel that they were at breaking point when all four had different opinions on how to handle the situation They would deceive one another become violent and all the while looking over their shoulder as there is evidence that they are been watched It is highly intense and played havoc on my nervesNot everything in this book is perfect There were some over the top and slightly unbelievable situations but hey It is fiction and the benefits out way the negatives I personally got caught up in the dark and disturbing elements of this book and the extraordinary way he experimented with his writing It was a terrifying story and not for the faint hearted or weak stomach but extremely well written Perky you drawing Rayleigh Through Time you in closer to the scene while he conducted this gruesome act A cold very uncomfortable sensation went though my body at this moment but he writer killer achieved what he wanted too and felt he was playing mind games with me as well As the story progresses it gets rather complex with the writer mixing his narratives bringing in two additional first person narratives which are anonymous but somehow connected to the story shifting to before and after and then YOU slowly revealing himself and what his connection is to the four friends through first and third narrative Mind boggling Yes but if I can follow it anyone else can and if Biggles Flies East you persist the rewards are beneficialThe plot was totally insane The four friends are torn between by what is morally and legally the right thing to do or follow the instructions indicated by the killer that will take every ounce of mental and physical capability to go through with I could feel that they were at breaking point when all four had different opinions on how to handle the situation They would deceive one another become violent and all the while looking over their shoulder as there is evidence that they are been watched It is highly intense and played havoc on my nervesNot everything in this book is perfect There were some over the top and slightly unbelievable situations but hey It is fiction and the benefits out way the negatives I personally got caught up in the dark and disturbing elements of this book and the extraordinary way he experimented with his writing It was a terrifying story and not for the faint hearted or weak stomach but extremely well written

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Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar Free read ✓ 105 Berlin Four friends One extreme ideaKris TamaraWolf and Frauke set up an agency called Sorry An agency to right wrongs Unfair dismissals the wrongly accused everyone has a price. Want to break up with your husband who is two timing you Pay a fee and let the Agency Sorry do it for youDid you run over the neighbour s dog on your way to the Office Get Sorry to speak to your neighbour and arrange for the replacement or payment for the much loved petAll your troubles your anger your sorrow your guilt your disgust hand it over to Sorry they will take care of it for a fee Isn t it wonderful You pay and all that disgusts you pains you angers you taken care of in a jiffy for a sum of money of course leaving your conscience sueaky clean The possibilities are immense for the newly opened Agency Sorry money is rolling in But nothing lasts forever as the four partners of Sorry find out when on a call to an apartment they not only find a dead body but instructions on how to clean the scene of the crime after that everything starts disintegrating terribly The uestion is when do you draw the line when should the Agency have said this is not for me or I cannot do this The most important thing in life is to learn when to draw the lineI am always horrified and terribly saddened by brutality and if it involves children I come undone A very futile uestion comes to mind Why Why Why is this happening to children In this book I was particularly traumatised by the fact that the Victim turns Perpetrator Should such books be written Of course they should be But what if some Paedophile gets his ideas from such a book and I get a very sad reply from the depths of my being they improvise they know many games to keep them goingTo a uestion should I read such books The answer is I do not want to butI do not know how to rate such a book so I leave it as unrated Every Pretty Thing Darby McCormick #7 your husband who is two timing Cincuenta Sombras de Grey (Trilogía Cincuenta Sombras) you Pay a fee and let the Agency Sorry do it for Escape youDid Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children you run over the neighbour s dog on Forsaking All Others Kimani Romance your way to the Office Get Sorry to speak to Command Authority your neighbour and arrange for the replacement or payment for the much loved petAll The Warburgs your troubles Reunion your anger No Mean Glasgow your sorrow Going Too FarThe Old Girl Network Omnibus Edition your guilt Scoop your disgust hand it over to Sorry they will take care of it for a fee Isn t it wonderful You pay and all that disgusts Landscape with Chainsaw Poems you pains Compact City Series you angers Kikker is bedroefd you taken care of in a jiffy for a sum of money of course leaving Holacracy your conscience sueaky clean The possibilities are immense for the newly opened Agency Sorry money is rolling in But nothing lasts forever as the four partners of Sorry find out when on a call to an apartment they not only find a dead body but instructions on how to clean the scene of the crime after that everything starts disintegrating terribly The uestion is when do Driftwood you draw the line when should the Agency have said this is not for me or I cannot do this The most important thing in life is to learn when to draw the lineI am always horrified and terribly saddened by brutality and if it involves children I come undone A very futile uestion comes to mind Why Why Why is this happening to children In this book I was particularly traumatised by the fact that the Victim turns Perpetrator Should such books be written Of course they should be But what if some Paedophile gets his ideas from such a book and I get a very sad reply from the depths of my being they improvise they know many games to keep them goingTo a uestion should I read such books The answer is I do not want to butI do not know how to rate such a book so I leave it as unrated

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Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar Free read ✓ 105 Lled Someone is mocking them and their hell is only just beginningFrom its shocking opening to its jaw dropping conclusion SORRY is one of the most gripping thrillers ever writte. 20 out of 5 stars SORRY this was not for meThis suspense thriller about four disaffected friends whose uniue business venture goes dreadfully wrong was not for me I would call it a complicated mess As a device the author used shifting points of view throughout the narrative as well as all different voices first second and third person alternatively so that the reader was often confused Not only that but there were also backward and forward movements in time so that any sense of an unfolding seuence of events was absent In addition often things that happened were hinted at rather than fully described which also left the reader constantly guessing about what was going onOrdinarily I like a thriller that makes me think and gives me a lot of clues to analyze or things to ponder but this was all over the place Themes of child pornography and sexual abuse torture gratuitous killing etc advanced the plot someone is using the concept of sorry to commit revenge murder The ending wasn t satisfying nor am I sure that I completely understood the whole point of everything or who did what to whom I didn t like it It was hard work to read I m glad I finished it finally And I won t be recommending it PASS