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Powys — was a British novelist and short-story writer. He is best remembered for his allegorical novel Mr. Weston's Good Wine , where Weston the wine merchant is evidently God. Powys was influenced by the Bible, John Bunyan, Jonathan Swift and other writers of the 17th and 18th centuries, as well as Tasker's Gods: site. Tasker's Gods: T. Tasker's Gods [T.

Powys] on site. Mr Tasker himself Mr. Speedy, page turner, well written. A must read for funs of "serial killer novels"! Nov 30, Patrizia rated it liked it Shelves: Ackermann der wahre psycho. Auch hervorhebenswert ist die, meiner Meinung nach sehr realistische, und auch in Fernsehserien immer wieder angesprochene Darstellung von Satanisten, welche KEINE tier- und menschenopfernden Irren sind welche dennoch vorkommen. Generell wirkt das Buch sehr genau recherchiert.

Vor allem wenn sonst auch so viel nicht passt. Davon abgesehen hat es sich aber im vergleich zum ersten Band also Sachen wie etwas Satzbau und Wiederholungen sehr wohl ein wenig verbessert. Francis kommt nicht genug vor. Er bringt eine neue Perspektive rein und ist in dem Genre wie ich finde recht einzigartig. Davon abgesehen hat er aber mehr Tiefe bekommen und wurde als Figur besser ausgearbeitet. Es liest sich zwar auf Deutsch immer noch holprig, aber die Geschichte ist packender und durchgehend spannend.

Man merkt es auch daran, dass ich viel schneller war. Mein eindeutiger Favorit ist Francis Ackermann jr. Wer genug Thriller gelesen hat, sieht das kommen.

Trotzdem oder deswegen bekommt das Buch 4,5 Sterne. Nachdem das erste Buch durch sein Ende meine vorgefasste Meinung noch umwerfen konnte, es ist es bei "Ich bin die Angst" leider nicht so. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ebooks and Manuals

Das Buch war wirklich superspannend und die Handlung gut durchdacht. Mir haben alle Charaktere bis auf Maggie gut gefallen. Das hat absolut nicht in die Handlung gepasst und auch nicht zur Shepherd Organisation.

Innerhalb von ein-zwei Seiten wurde das Ende eingeleitet, weswegen ich es auch holprig f Das Buch war wirklich superspannend und die Handlung gut durchdacht. Innerhalb von ein-zwei Seiten wurde das Ende eingeleitet, weswegen ich es auch holprig fand.

Den ersten Band mochte ich aber den zweiten liebe ich! Feb 10, Rach rated it it was amazing. I absolutely loved this 2nd instalment from Ethan Cross and the Shepherd series. Thriller doesn't begin to cover this, every page throws you a curve ball then whips you around and pulls you in again.

I highly recommend Ethan Cross you won't regret it! Sehr viel besser als Band 1! Sep 24, Sandra rated it really liked it Recommends it for: The fast pace of this story will have you hanging on to your seats as Ethan Cross takes you on a wild ride.

Marcus Williams is a member of the Shepherd organization, a secret government agency designed to hunt and take down the most vicious of criminals by any means necessary. His nemesis is Francis Ackerman Jr. The book begins by introducing us to Francis Ackerman Jr. Using this type of scene for the beginning of the book, the author had my attention instantly. The plot then moves on swiftly to each of the main characters, giving a glimpse into their work. The book is densely and very finely plotted, with plenty of twists and turns that the reader doesn't see coming.

The author gives every character a distinct voice, and uses realistic details throughout, which allows the reader to follow the plot without any trouble despite the often changing viewpoints.

When we first enter Marcus' viewpoint, he is trying to stop the Anarchist, a serial killer who kidnaps and drugs his victims and then burns them alive.

What Marcus doesn't know is that the Anarchist is led by The Prophet, a satanic cult leader, whose real identity stays hidden until almost the very end. I appreciated the thorough research this author seems to have done when addressing the cult behavior and the rituals, which was delivered in gruesome but realistic detail.

In fact, the whole book had a very realistic feel to it, including the psychological angle where the author explores a serial killer's mind and the reasons why an abused child might turn into a vicious murderer. While this book is the second in a series, it can be read as a standalone, as the author does a fine job of weaving previous information into the plot and dialogue, without making it feel like an infodump or interrupting the flow of the story.

The climax of the book, with all the revelations that I didn't see coming though they made perfect sense, kept me on the edge of my seat. The writing is crisp and precise, and the author's ability to make each character believable impressed me immensely.

This was my first book from The Story Plant but if this is the caliber of writing they offer, it won't be my last. If you like psychological, realistic and gritty thrillers, this is the book for you. I received a free ARC from the publisher via Netgalley. A positive review was not promised in return. Mar 25, George K. The book starts with an interesting twist and some graphic violence. While I love a great twist, violence is not one of my favorite themes.

However, I was hooked within the first three chapters. I had to know more about these two serial killers named the Anarchist and Ackerman.

Two story lines run simultaneously; The Anarchist, a puppet for another villain named The Prophet, is being hunted by Department of Justice Special Agent Marcus Williams, all the while Ackerman is giving unwanted behind the scenes help to Marcus, taking care of problem witnesses and helping him track down The Anarchist.

Not having read the first book, it took a little while for me to get the characters down and figure out who everyone was.

However, once I had the characters down, this book took off for me. I could not put it down! The Prophet was a fast-paced read. The characters were well thought out and developed. The description of the area seemed familiar to me. I ended up with an emotional attachment to all of the characters including the two serial killers, which seems so unlikely. This book has a well written plot with a great story line. Ethan Cross does an excellent job of combining emotions, sympathy, violence, and drama.

There was action, suspense, violence, romance minimal and the twists just kept coming. I could not guess how the book was going to end and just when one story line wraps up, the other one takes off. I am going to go back and read the first book and I will be reading 3 as soon as it is available. Thanks for an excellent thriller, Mr.

Apr 06, Tea Time with Marce rated it really liked it Shelves: He knows how to write an edge of your seat thriller.

This series will get your heart pumping with exciting rage. I really enjoyed the debut The Shepherd and novella The Cage. This also lived up to expectations.

I was wow'd in December and kind of wished I had just read this right away. Marcus is the main character, an unorthodox detective that has a mysterious connection to Ackerman, the serial killer from Shepherd.

I enjoyed how this tension was used in the book and when Ethan Cross reveal's it towards the end they slam you with another, enough to keep you excited for the next.

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I am sure there will be another There was lots going on in this installment, action packed thrills, mystery and suspense. Synopsis: New edition. Vipassana, or insight meditation, reveals to us that the greatest power in the universe is the mind itself, and that it can be our best friend or greatest enemy.

Everything depends on how we access and then use that power. Michael Kewley shows us how we can joyfully and lovingly use the power of the mind to bring all the things we want for ourselves in life, whether psychologically, emotionally, or materially. This small book offers an inspiring affirmation of the life enhancing practice of Vipassana meditation. Es ist ein Geschenk an uns selbst und an alle Wesen. The author, a former Theravada Buddhist monk, asks us to consider the teachings offered and to use them in our everyday life if freedom from unhappiness and the "victim mentality" truly is our spiritual goal.

Open this small book at random and see the gift it brings you. Das Buch wird, wie alles auf dem Dhamma Weg, mit Liebe an uns weitergereicht Synopsis: Meditation teachings written with a warmth and clarity that makes them easy to understand.

Everyday life situations are used to deepen our understanding of the art of mindful living. Attempting to create only preconceived conditions for spiritual development is doomed to failure, and can only result in frustration and disappointment.

If spiritual practice is to have any real and lasting value, it must include everything, every aspect of life. As our understanding deepens we can see that nothing is outside Dhamma, all the good things and all the bad. With the arising of wisdom we can recognise that all the things we thought were obstacles to personal development are in fact, the very things that will lead us to it.

To put down what we carry and so realise the fruit of awakening is the goal of practice.

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