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Offer 2117 de Jussi Adler-Olsen
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Offer 2117 (2019 original; edició 2020)

de Jussi Adler-Olsen, Erik Krogstad

Sèrie: Afdeling Q (8)

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"The newspaper refers to her only as Victim 2117-the two thousand one hundred and seventeenth refugee to die in the Mediterranean Sea. But to three people, the unnamed victim is so much more, and the death sets off a chain of events that throws Department Q, Copenhagen's cold cases division led by Detective Carl Mørck, into a deeply dangerous-and deeply personal-case. A case that not only reveals dark secrets about the past, but has deadly implications for the future. For troubled Danish teen Alex, whose identity is hidden behind his computer screen, the death of Victim 2117 becomes a symbol of everything he resents and the perfect excuse to unleash his murderous impulses in real life. For Ghallib, one the most brutal tormentors from Abu Ghraib-Saddam Hussein's infamous prison-the death of Victim 2117 was the first step in a terrorist plot years in the making. And for Department Q's Assad, Victim 2117 is a link to his buried past-and the family he assumed was long dead. With the help of the Department Q squad-Carl, Rose, and Gordon-Assad must finally confront painful memories from his years in the Middle East in order to find and capture Ghallib. But with the clock ticking down to Alex's first kill and Ghallib's devastating attack, the thinly spread Department Q will need to stay one step ahead of their most lethal adversary yet if they are to prevent the loss of thousands of innocent lives"--… (més)
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Títol:Offer 2117
Autors:Jussi Adler-Olsen
Altres autors:Erik Krogstad
Informació:Oslo Aschehoug [2020]
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Victim 2117 de Jussi Adler-Olsen (2019)

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Department Q’s man of mystery, Assad, is a mystery no more. Expect all of your questions to be answered but be prepared, the first 1/8th of the book is very hard reading. While it remains quite dark in its entirety you get relief from the hope that Carl and Assad can yet find a way to tackle this evil. This book could stand alone if you want to jump in the series but it helps to know the characters as well as we do. 5 stars. Excellent writing. ( )
  KarenMonsen | Aug 4, 2020 |
This mellow version of Carl Morck may not be appealing to all, but I thought this was a great multi-plot line thriller, even with a subdued Carl. Assad's incredibly painful back story is revealed, and Gordon takes on a case of a murdering, video-gaming addict Incel. Rose and Marcus Jacobsen's returns are also welcome. A Spanish reporter, Joan (male) also plays a critical role, and refugees and the state of international journalism are an integral part of the plots. ( )
  froxgirl | Jul 2, 2020 |
Kein typischer Morck-Roman, da die Vergangenheit von Assad das vorherrschende Thema ist. Nicht so spannend wie die Vorgänger. ( )
  likos77 | Jun 11, 2020 |
This eighth installment of the adventures of Department Q, the cold case division in Copenhagen’s police homicide department, focuses on the background of Assad, one of three assistants of Carl Mørck, who is the head (in name, at least) of Department Q.

The story begins somewhat slowly, with freelance reporter Joan Aiguader attempting to resuscitate his less than stellar career by reporting on the bodies of refugees washing up on the shores of Barcelona. Joan does a feature on Victim 2117, only to learn, to his chagrin, that this woman was not in fact a refugee but a murder victim.

Back in Copenhagen, Assad nearly has a breakdown when he recognizes the woman identified only as Victim 2117 as well as the people standing around on the shore by the body. It turns out the victim was someone very close to him, and the rest are none other than his own (heretofore never mentioned) family in the company of his sworn enemy, the terrorist Ghaalib, whom Assad had encountered in Iraq. After Assad tells his story to Carl, Rose, and Gordon, it is clear that Ghaalib has staged the news story to draw Assad out of hiding and finally get his revenge.

Carl joins Assad to Germany to follow the trail of his family. In the meantime, Rose and Gordon have to deal with a psychopath who keeps calling them to apprise them he plans to go on a killing spree as soon as he achieves the 2117th victory in his online game.

The two storylines continue to coalesce in unexpected ways. Each calls for a contest of wits between the good guys and the bad guys, with the bad guys having the advantage that they have no moral compasses and will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. The dénouement is full of tension and carnage.

Carl, now 53, finally shows his mettle in this installment, with, as usual, a great deal of help from his intrepid staff. It is never clear, however, if all of them will survive, and what the outcome will be of the new shock in Carl’s personal life.

Discussion: I had trouble at the beginning of the book; Assad’s background was quite complicated, and I wasn’t sure where the story was going. By the halfway point, however, I was fully invested in the plot, and the level of suspense was so high I was whipping through the pages.

Evaluation: I am a big fan of the Detective Carl Mørck series. While some might find the behaviors of the “bad guys” over the top, one only has to read the papers to see all of it is sadly not out of the realm of possibility. I look forward, as always, to more from Department Q. ( )
1 vota nbmars | May 11, 2020 |
Opfer 2117 (Sonderdezernat Q #8) von Jussi Adler-Olsen

Oder “Bullshit-Bingo mit Jussi”
Oder “Alle Probleme dieser Welt - in einem Buch”

“Erst da begriff Carl, dass Assad gerade auf der Kippe stand – der Kippe zwischen Mensch und Killermaschine.”

Meine Güte, Adler-Olsen, was tun Sie da eigentlich?! Sie haben unglaublich sympathische Protagonisten: Carl Mørk, behäbiger Ermittler, der gern mal an seinem Schreibtisch schläft und seine Fälle eher widerwillig, aber beharrlich löst.
Assad, sein Kollege mit scharfem Verstand, viel Empathie und arabischem Migrationshintergrund, der immer wieder für amüsante Sprichwort-Verwechslungen sorgt, aber auch ein dunkles (?) Geheimnis mit sich herumträgt, das ihn schwer belastet.

Diese beiden eigentlich grundverschiedenen Menschen raufen sich Buch für Buch zusammen und lösen mit Verständnis, großer Humanität und Einfühlungsvermögen schwierige “Cold Cases”, die häufig auf Themen der Zeitgeschichte bezug nehmen. In bisher sieben Büchern habe ich Carl und Assad “begleitet” und es weitestgehend genossen.

Dieses achte Buch jedoch… Lieber Leser, nimm Dir einen Zettel, und schreibe alle halbwegs aktuellen Herausforderungen der Menschheit des späten 20. und frühen 21. Jahrhunderts (außer COVID-19!) auf. Ich warte solange…

Ok? Laß uns mal vergleichen:

Bootsflüchtlinge? ✓
Seenot-Rettung? ✓
Unhaltbare in Flüchtlingslagern? ✓
Iranisches Atom-Programm? ✓
Videospiel-Sucht? ✓
“Die Jugend von heute!!!!!!1!!1!!!!”? ✓
Presse-Schelte? ✓
Schwangerschaft mit >=50? ✓
Internationaler Terrorismus? ✓
US-Imperialismus? ✓
Dysfunktionale Familien? ✓
Irak-Krieg/Abu-Ghuraib-Gefängnis? ✓

Na? Alles gehabt? Oder total perplex, so wie ich es war? Nicht mißverstehen: Über all das kann man schreiben, diskutieren und auch in Krimis unterbringen, keine Frage.
Aber muß man wirklich all das in einem Buch unterbringen?

Darüber hinaus sind ständige Perspektiv-Wechsel und Zeitsprünge natürlich auch aus der modernen Literatur nicht mehr wegzudenken - und manchmal ist das interessant und spannend!
Hier jedoch ist es nur verwirrend, nervig und zeitweise schwer verständlich.

Was dabei herauskommt, wenn man all das in ein Buch zwängt, kräftig umrührt, mit ein bißchen unnötiger Gewalt garniert, schlußendlich noch ein bißchen Werbung für einen bekannten Computer-Hardware-Hersteller dazu kippt und die ganze Sauerei seinen Lesern vor die Füße kotzt, das sieht man an “Opfer 2117”.

Dazu kommt dann noch bemüht technokratische Sprache, wie nachfolgend sehr schön am Beispiel eines klingelnden Handys erkennbar wird:

“Sie waren bis etwa Kassel gekommen, als die Bluetooth-Verbindung auf Carls Handy reagierte.”

Warum einfach, wenn’s auch unnötig kompliziert geht?

Stalin, der Holocaust und ein bißchen Satan runden das grottenschlechte Bild dieses Romans trefflich ab, so daß ich mich dem Wunsch eines unserer “Helden” nur anschließen kann...

“er wünschte, er könnte sich die Ohren zuhalten und einfach aus diesem satanischen Tableau verschwinden.”

… auch wenn’s bei mir die Augen waren.


Wer sich den Mist nicht antun mag: Natürlich geht ausnahmslos alles (!) letztlich gut aus und Assads Geheimnis ist auch eher mau.



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Jussi Adler-Olsenautor primaritotes les edicionscalculat
Frost, WilliamTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Hansson, HelenaTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Huttunen, KatriinaTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Koch, WolframNarradorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Thiess, HannesTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Vries, Kor deTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat

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"The newspaper refers to her only as Victim 2117-the two thousand one hundred and seventeenth refugee to die in the Mediterranean Sea. But to three people, the unnamed victim is so much more, and the death sets off a chain of events that throws Department Q, Copenhagen's cold cases division led by Detective Carl Mørck, into a deeply dangerous-and deeply personal-case. A case that not only reveals dark secrets about the past, but has deadly implications for the future. For troubled Danish teen Alex, whose identity is hidden behind his computer screen, the death of Victim 2117 becomes a symbol of everything he resents and the perfect excuse to unleash his murderous impulses in real life. For Ghallib, one the most brutal tormentors from Abu Ghraib-Saddam Hussein's infamous prison-the death of Victim 2117 was the first step in a terrorist plot years in the making. And for Department Q's Assad, Victim 2117 is a link to his buried past-and the family he assumed was long dead. With the help of the Department Q squad-Carl, Rose, and Gordon-Assad must finally confront painful memories from his years in the Middle East in order to find and capture Ghallib. But with the clock ticking down to Alex's first kill and Ghallib's devastating attack, the thinly spread Department Q will need to stay one step ahead of their most lethal adversary yet if they are to prevent the loss of thousands of innocent lives"--

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