Bone is one of New York City's homeless. Mute and without memory, he nonetheless stands out from the drifting crowd, perhaps because of the ancient human femur he carries everywhere. But when a series of gruesome murders strikes the homeless, the police are convinced Bone is involved, and Bone must desperately piece together his lost past....
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||267 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Un bon thriller américain qui pourrait donner un excellent film...Je ne l'ai pas laché !
What an odd book. Interesting, nonetheless. There are a couple of really unusual style choices. To wit. The sex/romance scenes are written in an entirely different style out of the original voice/flow, which is weird. I guess it just shows the author is not entirely comfortable/skilled with it. The reveal of the killer about 2/3 of the way is contrary to your usual crime canon, which makes for a bit of reader shock. The revelations about the protagonist are entirely new as well, and completely shift his character. Just odd, I guess.
This great mystery follows the tale of a damaged, amnesiac street person as he explores the caves and tunnels under New York City during the police hunt for a psychopathic serial killer. This could certainly be the basis for a good movie!
A fun light read. My favorite of all of his books.
One of George's non-Mongo books and a wonderful one-off story. I did figure out the ending etc, but it's a great read.
Très bonne histoire, passionnant et les personnages sont très attachants
One truly gains a sense of what it is like to be homeless and psychotic from reading Bone. Yet, it is actually an uplifting story that leaves the reader satisfied.