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The Coming

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  • Title: The Coming
  • Author: Andrej Nikolaidis
  • ISBN: 9781908236036
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-09-06T21:59:26+00:00

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    1. The Coming by Andrej Nikolaidis is a rather unique story about a detective, murder, books, history, and emails. Nikolaidis was born and raised in Bosnia/Herzegovina and moved to Ulcinj, the town the story is set in. He is also an outspoken supporter of Montenegrin Independence, human rights, and an anti-war activist.The Coming begins as a detective novel but quickly spirals out of control into, well the end of the world. The narrator, also the detective, is an interesting character. His rented o [...]

    2. In this wonderful, short and at times more-than-slightly perplexing novel a brutal murder near Ulcinj (Montenegro) is unravelled through stories told by the private detective investigating the crime – a misanthropic Philip Marlow-esque character who cynically tells his clients answers that will make them feel better, even if it isn’t true – and a Viennese patient at a psychiatric hospital somewhere in the Austrian/Slovenian Alps. In one version, we have a hard boiled tale of envy, anger an [...]

    3. Bu kitap hakkındaki düşüncelerimi yıldızlarla ifade edemem çünkü söylemeliyim ki gerçekten de bu kitaba benzer bir kitap okumamıştım daha önce. Benim için farklı, yeni bir deneyimdi. Beğenip beğenmediğim hakkında bile bir fikrim yok şu an. İkinci bir okumaya ihtiyacım var.

    4. Although this is a novella in length, it is certainly not a quick read. Indeed, it is poetic, lyrical, thought provoking and is something to be savoured slowly and not rushed. This is the first book by Andrej Nikolaidis which has been translated into English. Nikolaidis himself comes from a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family and is an ardent supporter of Montenegrin independence.This novella begins with the massacre of a family. Our narrator is a private detective, but this is no simple mystery. Rat [...]

    5. Apokalyptisk krimi-noir fra Montenegro. Ganske god læsning, selv om den korte roman med sine relativt lange strejftog i den europæiske millenarismes historie vil lidt mere, end den magter at indløse.Læs hele anmeldelsen på K’s bognoter: bognoter/2017/11/29/andrej-

    6. This book was all over the place! It started with a man trying to solve the mystery of an entire family being murdered. We find out that the man investigating,just tells the families what they want to hear, not what actually happen. He does find out who did it, but then just lets the man get away with it.We throw in a library being burned to the ground, because of one book that was being burneda cover up from the town a few hundred years ago.A cow being butchered in the street, and a son the man [...]

    7. Fikri çok sevdim: Kıyamet koparken bir dedektifin işlenen cinayetleri soruşturması. Ama yazar bu güzelim fırsatı hunharca tepiyor ve sıkıcı bir polisiyeye, ne kıyameti ne de cinayeti doğru dürüst işleyebilmiş bir romana imzasını atıyor. Ne kıyamet zamanındaki kaosunun hakkını veriyor, ne de polisiye tarafındaki gizemin ve cinayet nedenlerinin. Öte yandan fazlasıyla didaktik. Her bölümde bizleri geçmişe götürüp geçmişteki tarihi kişilikler ve olaylarla ilgili [...]

    8. Earlier this month I reviewed the independently published “The Son” by Andrej Nikolaidis, a bleak novel from Montenegro where a son watches his father’s olive grove burn and then travels the city of Ulcinj coming across a range of bizarre characters who have shaped him as a man. A thoroughly enjoyable work and one I learned was part of a “trilogy”, I had to jump on-line and buy his earlier work “The Coming”.Our story opens with the gruesome murder of a family, two children and both [...]

    9. It’s a quirk of the human brain to look for patterns, even where none actually exist. We can find causes and justifications for just about everything. This happens because of that. That happened because of something someone said, etc etc. Andrej Nikolaidis plays with that idea in his novella, The ComingRead the rest of my review at A Bookish Type. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley for review consideration.

    10. Kıyamet, Hristiyanlıkla ilgili çok sayıda gönderme içerdiğinden Türk okur için anlaşılması zor bir kitap. Oldukça kısa olmasına rağmen, dikkatli bir okuma gerektiriyor. Yazarın Bosna doğumlu olduğu, kitapta sözü edilen Uljinj'in Karadağ (Montenegro) bölgesinde yeraldığını bilir, Eski Yugoslavya'nın iç savaş öykülerini hatırlarsanız kitapta bulacaklarınız farklı olacaktır

    11. If you have never read a book Montenegro before, then I think you are in for a nice surprise. For one of Europe's smallest countries, they have produced more than their fair share of great writers - with Nikolaidis among them, and Ognjen Spahic another. Both published in English by Istros Books.

    12. tuhaf bir hikayeına da çok aldanmamak lazım. kıyamet sadece fonda geçiyor. ama onun dışında gerçekten de gülün adı'nı andıran bir dedektiflik hikayesi, bir yandan da balkanların ruhunu çıplak bırakan bir gözlem. anlatı her ne kadar düz ilerlese de gelenekselcileri pek tatmin etmeyebilir.

    13. Bu kitabın reklamı sadece Türkiye'de iyi yapıldı sanırım. Çünkü kitap hakkında yapılan yabancı kaynaklı yorumlar, kitabın pek bir şeye benzemediği yönünde. Ben de katılıyorum. Kısa olmasaydı bitiremezdim.

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