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  • Paperback
  • 451 pages
  • Death du Jour (Temperance Brennan, #2)
  • Kathy Reichs
  • English
  • 16 August 2019
  • 0671011375

10 thoughts on “Death du Jour (Temperance Brennan, #2)

  1. Wendi Wendi says:

    I started watching the TV show Bones on Fox last season, but I had known that the show was based on Kathy Reichs character Temperance Brennan That s about all the similarities that there are between the TV show and the book You could stretch and say that Quebec Detective Ryan is Seely Booth, but that s reeealllyyy reaching it.I like a good mystery, det...


  2. Thomas Strömquist Thomas Strömquist says:

    This is a series that I won t be pursuing Almost 20 % into the book and it reads a little like a Standard Operating Procedure for lab work If you ve done any such, save yourself the boredom The only other mentions is hinting of the title character s all good traits she s hard workin...


  3. Heather Heather says:

    SPOILER ALERT This author annoys me This story was WAY too similar to the first book Best friend missing to sister missingintruder in house oh, just a cat on fireand all that crap about some buzzing in her memory cells all the time I also get tried of all the metaphors, but that was better in this book at least So far I just find the writing amateurish and it feels like she s trying too hard.I also HATED the ending We did not get to see any of the links unfold, she just summed i SPOILER ALERT This author annoys me This story was WAY too similar to the first book Best friend missing to sister missingintruder in house oh, just a cat on fi...


  4. Miriam Miriam says:

    Death is on the menu today at your international chain restaurant murder cult Luckily for crime prevention, you coincidentally happen to live part time in all the locations that possess these sanguine establishments And because you work a bizillion hours a week you go out to eat a lot.


  5. Lightreads Lightreads says:

    Meh I am once again taken in by the mistaken belief that surely books this popular and well discussed must have something to them, right People do have a modicum of taste and literary judgment, yes Apparently, people have a taste for plots which are entirely held together by a soupy glue of wild coincidence and random chance A lot of criminal activities and organizations have specific ties to both Charlotte and Quebec, you know Oh, and it is very common for the various family members and lov Meh I am once again taken in by the mistaken belief that surely books this popular and well discussed must have something to them, right People do have a modicum of taste and literary judgment, yes Apparently, people have a taste for plots which are entirely held together by a soupy glue of wild coincidence and random chance A lot of criminal activities and organizations have specific ties to both Charlotte and Quebec, you know Oh, and it is very common for the various family members and loved ones of an investigator to randomly go wandering into the line of fire in a case Happens to me all the time People also apparently like cardboard angst and a wooden romance the entire scene preceding the first hook up of our main couple is summarized in a paragraph, with such deathless prose as, and Ryan disclosed his feelings about fill in random life event of note Oi.In comparison to the painfully abbreviated attempts at character and the flailings of the plot, Reic...


  6. Fen Fen says:

    What a disappointment The first book wasn t fantastic, by any stretch, but it was so much better than this I guessed every single plot point along the way, except for the ones where information was deliberately kept from the reader Which brings me to one of my major complaints about this book it used a lazy writer trick that happens to be a big pet peeve of mine the character knows information but doesn t share it with the reader It s something that a writer can sort of get away with if What a disappointment The first book wasn t fantastic, by any stretch, but it was so much better than this I guessed every single plot point along the way, except for the ones where information was deliberately kept from the reader Which brings me to one of my major complaints about this book it used a lazy writer trick that happens to be a big pet peeve of mine the character knows information but doesn t share it with the reader It s something that a writer can sort of get away with if the story is written in third person, but you ve got a first person narrative, it s just plain bad writing to say I looked at the back of the skull and came to a startling realization that changed everything Minor Character Standing Nearby looked over my shoulder, saw the same thing and let out a loud exclamation And then wait until the end of the book to clue the reader in on what they saw It s frustrating and it cheapens the st...


  7. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Kathy Reichs, Death du Jour Arrow, 1999 Death du Jour is the first book I ve read in 2003 that made me want to not put it down until I had turned the final page It s well over twice as long as most of the novels I ve read over the course of this year, and yet it took me less time than many of them to get through It does have its problems, but readability is certainly not one o...


  8. Tommy Marx Tommy Marx says:

    Kathy Reichs is a fairly good writer She does have an obsession with clumsy similes that are often so bad they take me out of the story completely, but that aside, she generally is a good writer That said, this book annoyed the hell out of me.My first complaint is that Reichs constantly creates fake mysteries that are only mysterious because she won t state what the characters figure out At the beginning, Tempe her main character discovers something important about a would be saint from the Kathy Reichs is a fairly good writer She does have an obsession with clumsy similes that are often so bad they take me ...


  9. Catten Catten says:

    I hate it when someone ruins a movie or a book for me especially a book, because that s a bigger investment of time and imagination So I ll tell you a little about Kathy Reichs s Death Du Jour, but I won t ruin it for you.First, you need to know that this is her second book Deja Dead from 1997 was a great ride, taking the reader into the world of anthropological forensics and shining a bright light on a murder investigation from a new point of view.Tempe Brennan is the main character in bot I hate it when someone ruins a movie or a book for me especially a book, becaus...


  10. Kasia Kasia says:

    The second book in the series was wonderful, somehow it was even better than the first which I found to be a bit long and overly wordy yet enjoyable never the less this left me hungry for , what better in a continuing story line than a hook line and sinker type of feeling, reading Death du Jour made me crave the next book right away I almost never read a series one after another, I give myself a break because it s always better to crave the next than get stuck in a similar story and fe The second book in the series was wonderful, somehow it was even better than the first which I found to be a bit long and overly wordy yet enjoyable never the less this left me hungry for , what better in a continuing story line than a hook line and sinker type of feeling, reading Death du Jour made me crave the next book right away I almost never read a series one after another, I give myself a break because it s always better to crave the next than get stuck in a similar story and feel like I m reading an eight hundred page book That said I can t recommend Kathy Reichs enough, she knows what she s talking about and she engages the reader rather than making me feel like I m standing on the site and observing, I couldn t wait for ...


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Death du Jour (Temperance Brennan, #2) ❮Ebook❯ ➩ Death du Jour (Temperance Brennan, #2) Author Kathy Reichs – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Assaulted By The Bitter Cold Of A Montreal Winter, The American Born Dr Temperance Breman, Forensic Anthropologist For The Province Of Quebec, Digs For A Corpse Where Sister Elisabeth Nicolet, Dead Ov Assaulted By The Bitter Cold Of A Montreal Winter, The American Born Dr Temperance Breman, Forensic Anthropologist For The Province Of Quebec, Digs For A Corpse Where Sister Elisabeth Nicolet, Dead Over A Century And Now A Candidate For Sainthood, Should Lie In Her Grave A Strange, Small Death du PDF \ Coffin, Buried In The Recesses Of A Decaying Church, Holds The First Clue To The Cloistered Nun S Fate The Puzzle Surrounding Sister Elisabeth S Life And Death Provides A Welcome Contrast To Discoveries At A Burning Chalet, Where Scorched And Twisted Bodies Await Tempe S Professional Expertise Who Were These People What Brought Them To This Gruesome Fate Homicide Detective Andrew Ryan, With Whom Tempe Has A Combustive History, Joins Her In The Arson Investigation From The Fire Scene They Are Drawn Into The Worlds Of An Enigmatic And Controversial Professor, A Mysterious Commune, And A Primate Colony On A Carolina Island.


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10 thoughts on “Death du Jour (Temperance Brennan, #2)

  1. Wendi Wendi says:

    I started watching the TV show Bones on Fox last season, but I had known that the show was based on Kathy Reichs character Temperance Brennan That s about all the similarities that there are between the TV show and the book You could stretch and say that Quebec Detective Ryan is Seely Booth, but that s reeealllyyy reaching it.I like a good mystery, det...

  2. Thomas Strömquist Thomas Strömquist says:

    This is a series that I won t be pursuing Almost 20 % into the book and it reads a little like a Standard Operating Procedure for lab work If you ve done any such, save yourself the boredom The only other mentions is hinting of the title character s all good traits she s hard workin...

  3. Heather Heather says:

    SPOILER ALERT This author annoys me This story was WAY too similar to the first book Best friend missing to sister missingintruder in house oh, just a cat on fireand all that crap about some buzzing in her memory cells all the time I also get tried of all the metaphors, but that was better in this book at least So far I just find the writing amateurish and it feels like she s trying too hard.I also HATED the ending We did not get to see any of the links unfold, she just summed i SPOILER ALERT This author annoys me This story was WAY too similar to the first book Best friend missing to sister missingintruder in house oh, just a cat on fi...

  4. Miriam Miriam says:

    Death is on the menu today at your international chain restaurant murder cult Luckily for crime prevention, you coincidentally happen to live part time in all the locations that possess these sanguine establishments And because you work a bizillion hours a week you go out to eat a lot.

  5. Lightreads Lightreads says:

    Meh I am once again taken in by the mistaken belief that surely books this popular and well discussed must have something to them, right People do have a modicum of taste and literary judgment, yes Apparently, people have a taste for plots which are entirely held together by a soupy glue of wild coincidence and random chance A lot of criminal activities and organizations have specific ties to both Charlotte and Quebec, you know Oh, and it is very common for the various family members and lov Meh I am once again taken in by the mistaken belief that surely books this popular and well discussed must have something to them, right People do have a modicum of taste and literary judgment, yes Apparently, people have a taste for plots which are entirely held together by a soupy glue of wild coincidence and random chance A lot of criminal activities and organizations have specific ties to both Charlotte and Quebec, you know Oh, and it is very common for the various family members and loved ones of an investigator to randomly go wandering into the line of fire in a case Happens to me all the time People also apparently like cardboard angst and a wooden romance the entire scene preceding the first hook up of our main couple is summarized in a paragraph, with such deathless prose as, and Ryan disclosed his feelings about fill in random life event of note Oi.In comparison to the painfully abbreviated attempts at character and the flailings of the plot, Reic...

  6. Fen Fen says:

    What a disappointment The first book wasn t fantastic, by any stretch, but it was so much better than this I guessed every single plot point along the way, except for the ones where information was deliberately kept from the reader Which brings me to one of my major complaints about this book it used a lazy writer trick that happens to be a big pet peeve of mine the character knows information but doesn t share it with the reader It s something that a writer can sort of get away with if What a disappointment The first book wasn t fantastic, by any stretch, but it was so much better than this I guessed every single plot point along the way, except for the ones where information was deliberately kept from the reader Which brings me to one of my major complaints about this book it used a lazy writer trick that happens to be a big pet peeve of mine the character knows information but doesn t share it with the reader It s something that a writer can sort of get away with if the story is written in third person, but you ve got a first person narrative, it s just plain bad writing to say I looked at the back of the skull and came to a startling realization that changed everything Minor Character Standing Nearby looked over my shoulder, saw the same thing and let out a loud exclamation And then wait until the end of the book to clue the reader in on what they saw It s frustrating and it cheapens the st...

  7. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Kathy Reichs, Death du Jour Arrow, 1999 Death du Jour is the first book I ve read in 2003 that made me want to not put it down until I had turned the final page It s well over twice as long as most of the novels I ve read over the course of this year, and yet it took me less time than many of them to get through It does have its problems, but readability is certainly not one o...

  8. Tommy Marx Tommy Marx says:

    Kathy Reichs is a fairly good writer She does have an obsession with clumsy similes that are often so bad they take me out of the story completely, but that aside, she generally is a good writer That said, this book annoyed the hell out of me.My first complaint is that Reichs constantly creates fake mysteries that are only mysterious because she won t state what the characters figure out At the beginning, Tempe her main character discovers something important about a would be saint from the Kathy Reichs is a fairly good writer She does have an obsession with clumsy similes that are often so bad they take me ...

  9. Catten Catten says:

    I hate it when someone ruins a movie or a book for me especially a book, because that s a bigger investment of time and imagination So I ll tell you a little about Kathy Reichs s Death Du Jour, but I won t ruin it for you.First, you need to know that this is her second book Deja Dead from 1997 was a great ride, taking the reader into the world of anthropological forensics and shining a bright light on a murder investigation from a new point of view.Tempe Brennan is the main character in bot I hate it when someone ruins a movie or a book for me especially a book, becaus...

  10. Kasia Kasia says:

    The second book in the series was wonderful, somehow it was even better than the first which I found to be a bit long and overly wordy yet enjoyable never the less this left me hungry for , what better in a continuing story line than a hook line and sinker type of feeling, reading Death du Jour made me crave the next book right away I almost never read a series one after another, I give myself a break because it s always better to crave the next than get stuck in a similar story and fe The second book in the series was wonderful, somehow it was even better than the first which I found to be a bit long and overly wordy yet enjoyable never the less this left me hungry for , what better in a continuing story line than a hook line and sinker type of feeling, reading Death du Jour made me crave the next book right away I almost never read a series one after another, I give myself a break because it s always better to crave the next than get stuck in a similar story and feel like I m reading an eight hundred page book That said I can t recommend Kathy Reichs enough, she knows what she s talking about and she engages the reader rather than making me feel like I m standing on the site and observing, I couldn t wait for ...

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