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I've always had a personal law that requires I finish any book I start. Lately, I've been reconsidering. It all started when I tried to read The Devil Wears Prada and was forced to throw it out the window in horror and disgust after 25 pages.
That's when I realized I needed to amend the law to specify that I don't have to finish books so poorly written that I end up holding them out away from myself with two fingers while cringing as if they reek of garbage while I read.
This allowed me to leave I've always had a personal law that requires I finish any book I start. This allowed me to leave a few Costco bestsellers from my mom's pile out on the stoop for passersby with lower standards of literature, without going past that 25 page mark.
It's like my life is my own again! I'm about 25 pages into The Angel of Darkness here. The writing doesn't suck so much as the whole ye olden days o' yore olde timey detective situation.
This may have titillated my paternal grandmother a bit. She was known to turn down "curiously strong" peppermints, worried about their effects.
Alas she died in and frankly, wasn't much of a reader when she was alive either. Anyway, I've got better things to do. My one word summary of this book is this: yawnsters.
View all 3 comments. Oct 12, Trisha rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , psychological-thriller.
Not as good as the first one, but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable! This book takes you on a detailed exploration of a female serial killer's mind , delving deeper into her psyche to assess the reasons that converted an otherwise nurturing woman capable of love into the angel of darkness.
The plot is sensational and thrilling, the writing is gripping and the criminal is more cunning and smarter than the one in the first book. A perfect mix for a good book!
The best part of the book is the r Not as good as the first one, but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable!
The best part of the book is the reasoning that women, just like men, are capable of heinous crimes, when forced into similar situations.
Women can be killers too - merciless killers, they could plan a kill with no loop-holes just as smartly as men. A lot of this book is about discovering the power of the female mind and equating it with the male.
I found myself invested in this concept because not a lot of books, or even cinema, care to show women in a shadowy-darker area; they are projected as villains, sure!
Or yes, they could be sexy vamps plotting against other women to earn the love of a man, obviously!
But this book is so much more! Not to forget, the court trial is intense and well represented! Made me spend a lot of time on Wiki but hey, no regrets!
Caleb Carr, you can do better! Laszlo Kreizler and his "colleagues". When I finished that story, I was very curious for more details.
Angel of Darkness picks up soon after the previous case, and the action begins almost immediately.
This story is narrated by the teenage Stevie Taggert, the street kid that Dr. Kriezler has taken in, and saved from a life of crime. A Spanish diplomat's child is kidnapped in public, and the mother sees her daughter a few days I really enjoyed The Alienist, the first book by Caleb Carr about Dr.
A Spanish diplomat's child is kidnapped in public, and the mother sees her daughter a few days later on a train. She is not able to confront the woman, and soon enlists the services of Sarah Howard, who has started an investigation service.
In a short amount of time, Sarah reassumbles the group and they pinpoint the suspect as Elsbeth Hunter. Yet, the deeper they dig into the woman's past, the more they discover of the hideousness nature of her crimes.
With her many aliases, Elsbeth has traveled around New York kidnapping, and killing children. Like the previous book, there were some cameos with great historical figures.
Teddy Roosevelt makes a special appearance, this time as the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Another historical figure that plays a small part in the story is Clarence Darrow pre-Monkey Trial when he defends Mrs.
Hunter or Hatch, or Frasier, Franklin Carr is a gifted storyteller, and his books are hard to put down. I love the glimpses of early 20th century New York life.
Stevie's narration of the story was a nice touch, and I appreciated seeing it from his vantage point. Other readers have said that this does not compare to The Alienist, but personally I thought it was a very good follow-up.
Shelves: read , bookmooch , historical-fiction , mtbr-challenge , suspense-thriller. Even if I haven't read the first book of this series, The Alienist , it didn't compromise this reading.
The plot starts with the kidnapping of a Spanish diplomat's baby but then the main story switched to the suspect of this crime, Libby Hatch, a nurse who is the suspect murderess of her own children.
It should be pointed out that, by the end of the 19th century, many of the actual forensic tools were not available at that time, such as recognition of fingerprints, bullet's tests and so on.
During Libby's prosecution, her defendant attorney, Dr. Clarence Darrow was a master of legal argumentation, even if I'm not an expert on legal matters, on the contrary.
What else should be said about this book? In order to avoid spoilers, just READ this book, you won't regret.
View all 9 comments. This is one the worst books that I've actually read all the way through The author's point is that if you really believe in women's equality, you have to believe that women are as capable of evil as men.
I don't disagree, but I do have some problems with the way the author attempted to prove this idea, which I think he considers more controversial than it really is.
First of all, the characters in the novel who espouse the author's view are preachy, pre This is one the worst books that I've actually read all the way through First of all, the characters in the novel who espouse the author's view are preachy, preachy, preachy.
Or maybe he Carr just has the doctor character repeat the point so many times because he doesn't trust the readers to get it if it isn't spelled out over and over.
Second, the female character who supposedly demonstrates how women can do bad things is so inconsistent! I don't remember all the specifics and trust me, I wish I remembered even less about this book , but it's something like she kidnaps babies to make herself appear like a respectable mother Also, another annoyance I had with the book was the frequent introduction of historic persons from the era as fictionalized characters.
I'm sure there are more I'm forgetting. Maybe some people like name-dropping in their fiction, but I find it tiresome.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This review was written in the late nineties just for myself , and it was buried in amongst my things until today, when I uncovered the journal it was written in.
I have transcribed it verbatim from all those years ago although square brackets indicate some additional information for the sake of readability.
It is one of my lost reviews. She was pure, nasty evil, which was a lot of fun to read, but the best parts of the tale came i This review was written in the late nineties just for myself , and it was buried in amongst my things until today, when I uncovered the journal it was written in.
She was pure, nasty evil, which was a lot of fun to read, but the best parts of the tale came in other forms. Same author, same setting and same characters as The Alienist , but John Schuyler Moore is no longer our narrator; due to a bet, Stevie, our favourite chain-smoking teen, has taken over the reins and written the story of the group's second case.
Stevepipe's perspective keeps the series fresh and gives us a nicely detached view of Mr. Moore's friend, Mr.
Picton -- the hyper-jovial Assistant District Attorney. My favourite moment requires note: Teddy squaring off against Goo Goo Knox.
The Irishman swings his axe handle, Teddy catches it, tears it free, and smacks Goo Goo across the skull.
Down goes Goo Goo. Carry a big stick, indeed! I can't wait to see that fight on-screen. Some year maybe. Fans of historical detectives and even the television show Criminal Minds will enjoy the sequel to The Alienist.
It took a bit for the story to build but then I thoroughly enjoyed the story. Set in the 19th century when crime fighting techniques were at their infancy I enjoyed hearing the theories behind fingerprinting, ballistics and using sketches of poss Fans of historical detectives and even the television show Criminal Minds will enjoy the sequel to The Alienist.
Set in the 19th century when crime fighting techniques were at their infancy I enjoyed hearing the theories behind fingerprinting, ballistics and using sketches of possible suspects.
Told from the point of view of Stevie the Stovetop most of the gang from the Alienist is back to solve the case of a kidnapped baby girl.
I thought a particular strength of this book was the development of the side characters. Stevie's love interest is a cocaine addicted whore who has hooked up with a particularly nasty gang member what could go wrong?
As with The Alienist many historical figures make an appearance and for the most part enhance my enjoyment of the story. The one exception, for me, was when Teddy Roosevelt showed up during the last pages or so.
A stronger editor might have eliminated that entire section which would have made for a better story. So despite a slow start and an ending that should have occurred pages earlier I really enjoyed this book.
I wish Caleb Carr had written more books with these characters because I miss them already. I liked this book better than I did The Alienist.
I think mainly because there was less blood, guts, and gore. But also due to the subject matter. Carr is excellent at blending historical data with the story arc.
And can he ever create suspense! This was more complex and relatable for me than the first book. Perhaps because I am female?
There was much psychology, politics, and sociology in this second installment and I didn't get all that so much in the first book.
I would definitely read anothe I liked this book better than I did The Alienist. I would definitely read another installment!
It had all of the flaws of the first, and none of the charm. The Flaws: 1 Female characters killed off to advance a man's character development, no matter how gratuitous.
Right after spending time with a notorious murderer. She didn't notice her own cocaine was, shall we say, OFF? The most gratuitous historical sausagefest I've ever seen.
Anyone whose brain chemistry or function might be remotely different dies. The Charms: 1 No inclusion of the higher moral, political, and ideological battle of Old School vs.
Whereas Carr jumped through hoops to show how Beecham was understandable and occasionally sympathetic, Libby Hatch gets no such courtesies.
Possibly because she's a woman. Sometimes it did feel like Carr was dwelling too long on certain past incidents or backgrounds that, at least to me, were not that interesting, though not often.
I really grew to like the main characters, felt a connection, even to the more secondary characters. All in all a very good read that made me curious about 3.
All in all a very good read that made me curious about the first book in this series this one was given to me as a gift.
Definitely want to read that one as well! While the Alienist seem to be the classic of the two Dr. Kriezler books it's ranked near the top of the 'best of' fictional crime book lists , I think Angel of Darkness was a far better book in both quality of writing and storytelling.
While AOD is longer than the Alienist, the added length is justified with a more satisfying complicated plot and better character development.
I just hope there will be at least a third book, taking place towards the end of Kriezler's career in some final epic ca While the Alienist seem to be the classic of the two Dr.
I just hope there will be at least a third book, taking place towards the end of Kriezler's career in some final epic case, written from his point of view.
Love these two books. This is the sequel to The Alienist and is a turn of the century more or less historical mystery, set in New York.
That would be last century, by the way. It being told by Stevie originally worried me. I didn't want the narrative style to change.
But I had nothing to worry about. I enjoyed the frame narrative of the novel and how the different pov made me reevaluate characters I was familiar with.
I enjoyed this mystery, though I wish the focus had not narrowed so much in the second half of the book. If another book is published and narrated by George Guidall, I'll for sure be listening to it!
Though this mystery was less straightforward than the first novel, I appreciated all the moving parts this time around and came to care about Stevie quite a bit.
I hope we get another novel in this series narrated by another member of the team. Had to read this one before the show airs. Another great period mystery by Carr, that picks up a year after the Alienist ends, bringing in most of the same characters, however with a new narrator.
The story here is every bit as gruesome, with a new set of plot turns and a trial, with none other than a young Clarence Darrow.
If I don't declare this my favorite book of , it's at least up there on my list. Wow, I thought this was really good. I'm still surprised that this had the negative reviews that it did, but maybe too many folks were comparing this too much with The Alienist?
Or maybe because it was narrated by Stevie and so the language was a bit different? Who knows who cares? All I know, is that this hit all the right spots for me.
A phenomenal detailed description of the time period New York, gre If I don't declare this my favorite book of , it's at least up there on my list.
A phenomenal detailed description of the time period New York, great set of characters, a thrilling investigation, and a bout of legal drama.
Almost as quick a read as its predecessor, this one is told from the point of view of Stevie, from his cigarette shop, as he looks back on his past.
The cast is all here, and a few more characters show up, including one of the all-time bad women you'll ever read about--who unfortunately reminded me of a few people I used to know, but that's a review for another day.
NYC in the late s is brought to vivid life again, but with a bit more of a bittersweet tinge to the tale, as Stevie also writes Almost as quick a read as its predecessor, this one is told from the point of view of Stevie, from his cigarette shop, as he looks back on his past.
The very strong theme here is the role of females in that world, and, no doubt, in this one, and what, if any, males in a male-dominated era then and now may have helped cause some women to kill their children.
The socio-politics described are too complex to go into here, but they are not easily dismissed or ignored, and the reader may recognize some of what is described.
The villainess is almost as much of a victim as the actual victims--so much so that I looked up the real-life women mentioned by the author as topics of research in his acknowledgement section.
These real-life women all killed their own children, and many of their men, to such a degree that you'd have to wonder if anyone in the legal or medical communities were paying attention.
One woman brought one child to the hospital, dead. Then another. Then another Another woman killed off her children, and literally dozens of men who came to her farm to win her favors--favors that were advertised in area newspapers.
This woman was often seen digging in the middle of the night in her hog pen--and she'd had dozens of heavy trunks delivered to her property.
At any rate, this one has more than a few things in common thematically with my own WIP, including how women are treated in a male-dominated society.
This novel also ends with a slow declining arc, more than a little bit after the main conflict has been resolved, just as mine does. Anyway, great writing, great historical detail, and some strong wistful nostalgia at the end that readers older than 30 should recognize, all coalesce in a novel that was quickly read and thoroughly appreciated.
Published in , this has been the last in the series, and you have to wonder why. Both were tremendous bestsellers, and this second one mentions frequently that the group was involved in many other cases, both all together and, for Sara Howard, by herself, so there's plenty of other potential material to write about Here's to hoping he comes out with another one soon.
I will say up front I liked this book a little less than The Alienist but I still recognize how wonderful this book was. I liked the story and loved hearing it from the narration of Stevie and learning more about him and the other characters.
I really loved the historical characters he used within the story and the way he cemented a family-type unit out of the central characters.
Very well written and highly recommended. Look forward to more of the series. This sequel to the Alienist is as exciting and fast-paced as the orginal, though somewhat less accomplished in presentation.
Nonetheless, it is an invigorating read. This time around, the team that solved the Beecham murders is reunited for a kidnapping case that has potentially explosive international implications.
The daughter of a Spanish diplomat is kidnapped in broad daylight with no ransom. During their investigations, Kreizler and company come face to face with a woman who just might be a This sequel to the Alienist is as exciting and fast-paced as the orginal, though somewhat less accomplished in presentation.
During their investigations, Kreizler and company come face to face with a woman who just might be a child murderer.
The Angel of Darkness is more of a legal thriller than a police procedural. Kreizler still uses his unorthodox method of profiling to get inside his quarry's head and the Isaacson brothers use the young science of ballistics to connect said quarry to a cold case, but the story ends up in the courtrooms of Saratoga County where the team faces of with none other than Clarence Darrow.
The story sagged here and there, but Carr's introduction of insightful characterizations of such historical figures as Clarence Darrow and Elizabeth Cady Stanton kept my attention through the lulls.
I always see Spencer Tracy as Clarence Darrow and did so throughout this book. I didn't like some of the characterizations in the book, though.
John Schuyler Moore, the New York Times reporter who narrated the first book comes off as more whiny here, which did not seem consistent but then, we are getting his character from a different perspective.
But the character of El Nino, the servant of the Spanish diplomat, never really connected with me and seemed to be a dues ex machina for the book.
His character alone would knock my rating down to 4 stars. But really bothered me was the narration. The change of narrator is refreshing at first, especially in the introductory chapter when it was revealed that the manuscripts of the Alienist and The Angel of Darkness were part of a bet made by John Schuyler Moore and Taggert.
Stevie's narration style is more laid back than Moore's, but it soom becomes tiresome and gimmicky.
It mostly consists of replacing the word "that" with "what" in his narration--which makes it colorful, but then he doesn't do this when one of the other characters are talking.
It's all logical, but after a while it becomes stale and unbelievable.I will say up front I liked Mittagspause Auf Einem Wolkenkratzer book Stephanie Faracy little Eric Idle than Teeni Sex Alienist but I still recognize how wonderful this book was. Hamburg1 No Report this. First of all, the characters Fears Deutsch the novel who espouse the author's view are preachy, preachy, preachy. Or maybe he Carr just has the doctor character repeat the point so many times because he doesn't trust the readers to get it if it isn't spelled out over and over. Why should we believe any differently of a woman?