De behandeling

De behandeling In een vriedelijke woonwijk in Zuid Londen wordt een echtpaar aangetroffen dat opsterven na dood is ze zijn vastgebonden mishandeld compleet uitgedroogd Hun achtjarig zoontje is zoek De jonge onver

  • Title: De behandeling
  • Author: Mo Hayder Bob Snoijink
  • ISBN: 9789024544806
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • De behandeling

    In een vriedelijke woonwijk in Zuid Londen wordt een echtpaar aangetroffen dat opsterven na dood is ze zijn vastgebonden, mishandeld, compleet uitgedroogd Hun achtjarig zoontje is zoek De jonge, onverschrokken rechercheur Jack Carrery wordt erbij geroepen Door alle persoonlijke herinneringen kan hij deze misdaad niet met de nodige distantie behandelen hij duikt erboveIn een vriedelijke woonwijk in Zuid Londen wordt een echtpaar aangetroffen dat opsterven na dood is ze zijn vastgebonden, mishandeld, compleet uitgedroogd Hun achtjarig zoontje is zoek De jonge, onverschrokken rechercheur Jack Carrery wordt erbij geroepen Door alle persoonlijke herinneringen kan hij deze misdaad niet met de nodige distantie behandelen hij duikt erbovenvop Als de waarheid stukje bij beetje begint op te doemen, niet alleen over deze gruwelen maar ook over zijn eigen verleden, dan vliegt de verschrikkelijke nachtmerrie echt uit de bocht.

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    1. Vaso

      Ο Τζακ Καφερι αναλαμβάνει μια υπόθεση που έχει πολλά κοινά στοιχεία με ένα προσωπικό του δράμα. Προσπαθεί να μείνει αμέτοχος αλλά είναι δύσκολο. Παγιδευμένος ανάμεσα στο άλυτο μυστήριο του παρελθόντος του και στην υπόθεση που έχει αναλάβει, προσπαθεί απεγνωσμένα να βρει τ [...]

    2. Bill

      Holy crap. Mo Hayder has just moved into my number 1 slot for crime fiction. The Treatment closely follows Birdman, so be sure to read her awesome debut before reading this one.A fair warning though: I have a pretty high tolerance for reading about the evil that people can do, but I lost sleep over this one. Even if you don't have kids, you'd have to be completely without empathy or even humanness to not be affected by the crimes that come out of Hayder's mind here.Sometimes you may ask yourself [...]

    3. Dannii Elle

      Whilst not my favourite Hayder book, this is still a solid 4 star read and a brilliant installment in the Jack Caffrey series.I believe that the power of Hayder's writing lies in her raw and unapologetic presentation of crime, landscape and character. She never shows or tells the reader anything, but displays it in a 'warts-and-all' style that I find shocking and yet brilliant. Nothing feels hidden and no character is favored or protected. And yet I still manage to feel affinity towards the main [...]

    4. Rick

      I'm at a loss. This was brilliant writing, brilliant characterization (with flawed, REAL people), and breathless plotting. All in all, this should be a 5-star review. BUT this had to have been one of the darkest and most sadistic books I've ever read. Even now, I feel nauseous at some of the passages and the truly hopeless ending. I admire Ms. Hayder's ability to write, but I can't say I will ever read one of her books again. I love horror; I love suspenseI can endure pretty gruesome drama, but [...]

    5. Michael

      I am usually not a fan where the villain is an evil monster without much human elements or backstory to understand the path they are on. Such is the case here with its pedophile serial killer, but Hayder did a great job with the obsessive drive of her flawed hero, British detective Jack Caffery, and with the pacing and atmospherics of her presentation. In the first book, we learned about how Jack is haunted by the disappearance of his brother when they were children and his frustration in failin [...]

    6. Karin Slaughter

      Is someone asked me to teach a class in thriller writing (and please don't because I'd be crap), this is the only textbook I would need. It's hard for me to read thrillers because I'm always looking at the scaffolding of the story, and I generally figure things out, but with the Treatment, it was just pure suspension of disbelief all the time, and when the revelation came, I was both shocked and tickled that Mo had managed such a terrific twist. It's a bit dark and mean (a Hayder trademark) but [...]

    7. João Carlos

      youtube/watch?v=soY98O realizador belga Hans Herbots filmou "De behandeling/The Treatment" com base no livro de Mo Hayder”O Homem da Noite” no original ”The Treatment” (2001) é segundo romance da escritora inglesa Mo Hayder (n. 1962) que tem como protagonista o inspector-chefe Jack Caffery. Num dia de Verão, numa zona residencial perto de Brockwell park, no sul de Londres, um casal, marido e mulher, Alex e Carmel Peach, são encontrados amarrados na sua própria casa. Estão ambos desi [...]

    8. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede

      Dual review with Swedish first and then English!SWEDISH REVIEWBehandlingen är bok två i Jack Caffery serien, men kan läsas fristående.Vad kan jag annat än säga än att när man inte tror att det kan bli värre så blir det så i boken. Behandlingen är i mångt och mycket en mycket obehaglig bok. Det finns nog inget värre ämne att läsa om än pedofiler och i denna bok får man sannerligen en mörk inblick i en värld man helst skulle önska inte fanns.Mo Hayder är en lysande författar [...]

    9. Melanie

      Whew! This is a tense one!This is the 2nd book in the series. I like how a couple story lines carried over from the 1st so we learn a bit more about Jack Caffrey.The murder mystery in this one is very dark. Obviously, because it's about murder but moreso because of who the victims are. Not for everyone but i am looking forward to Jack's next case!

    10. Fiona

      The first thing you have to know about this book, if you're intending to read it, is that it has paedophiles in it. A veritable backing chorus of them. If you don't want to read about that, don't read this book. I couldn't tell this from the blurb, but hey, paedophiles are a potentially interesting premise for a mystery, and not something I read about often. So I went with it.Your basic plot is as follows: mother and father are discovered after having supposed to have been on holiday, chained to [...]

    11. Geo Kwnstantinou

      Πόσο διεστραμμένη μπορεί να είναι η ανθρώπινη φύση???είναι ένα βιβλίο που σε αφήνει με ένα κόμπο στο λαιμό για μεγάλο διάστημα αφού το τελειώσεις

    12. Thanos

      Δεύτερη ιστορία για τον επιθεωρητή Κάφερι και ακόμα πιο διεστραμμένη από την πρώτη. Η Mo Hayder έχει τα θεματάκια της αλλιώς δεν θα μπορούσε να σκεφτεί αυτές τις ιστορίες. Καταπιάνεται με το θέμα της παιδεραστίας και φτιάχνει μία υπόθεση στην οποία ορισμένες σκηνές είναι αηδια [...]

    13. Tonia

      Για την ακρίβεια 2,5 ✨. Δεν μου έκοψε την ανάσα όπως γράφει στο εξώφυλλο. Το βιβλίο καταπιάνεται με το θέμα της παιδεραστίας δίνοντας σε κάποια σημεία αρκετά αρρωστημένες λεπτομέρειες. Δεν εντυπωσιάστηκα ούτε από την πλοκή του ούτε από τους χαρακτήρες του. Μαλιστα, οταν η ισ [...]

    14. Wayne Barrett

      I've been looking forward to reading this book, especially after reading the first book in the series, 'The Birdman'. If it wasn't for trying to stay disciplined with my 'to read' stack, I could see myself going on a Mo Hayder binge. This is powerful stuff. I would have to read them back to back to make a fair judgement, but I think this may be better than Thomas Harris' Hannibal series. I added this to my Halloween season list and though it is a crime novel, it is definitely a classic horror, m [...]

    15. Alexandra (matobookalo)

      Μέσα σε 2 βιβλία τον έχω αγαπήσει αυτόν τον επιθεωρητή και για μένα πλέον η Mo Hayder έχει γίνει μια από τις αγαπημένες μου συγγραφείς.Ο τρόπος γραφής της μου αρέσει πολύ και ειλικρινά δεν υπήρξε ούτε ένα σημείο που να με κούρασε το βιβλίο. Το προτείνω! Διαβάζεται πολύ γρήγορα.Αλ [...]

    16. Rob

      I think only about five people in this country know about Mo Hayder. That's a shame because she's one of the best crime novelists working, and her Jack Caffery novels feature one of the most compelling cop characters I've encountered. Like Birdman, her debut, The Treatment dives right into the kind of psychological horror that a lot of crime novels don't. It's not about the procedural; it's about the twisted psychology underlying the crime itself and how Caffery's own traumatic past often inters [...]

    17. Brenda

      A line from the book struck me: "The clanging of things falling into place is deafening." Mo Hayder makes things clang so frustratingly and deliciously slow. She speeds you up and then you stop abruptly, and you say, "Oh, no" or "Oh, Jesus" or "Oh my God" and then you read and wait for more. But all things do fall into place eventually and what a ride you've been taken on. If you love dark thrillers, you MUST read Mo Hayder.

    18. Jack

      On a scorching, Midsummer day in South London, a couple are uncovered in their home. They have been beaten, dehydrated and left for dead, though the worst is yet to come: they're young son has been taken. We meet up again with troubled Detective Inspector Jack Caffery and his new partner, DCI Danniella Souness. Jack's life has not exactly improved after the events of 'Birdman,' he's in a rocky relationship with artist Rebecca Morant - a woman he rescued in the previous book - and the memories of [...]

    19. Paul Bryant

      In this ugly story about depravity, child murder and florid insanity we follow your standard flawed rule-breaking detective hero for the most part, but dive off into other narratives when the author feels like it, so the tangled tale comes across hectically, chaotically, but with a propulsion that doesn't slacken for all of its 480 pages. If you can take the punishment, it's harrowing but good stuff. I read crime fiction every once in a while to be reminded of a whole other literary discipline. [...]

    20. Vasilis Kalandaridis

      Πραγματικός τρόμος,ατόφιο θρίλερ.Αφησε κάποια αναπάντητα ερωτήματα στο τέλος ο κύριος Καφερι,θα διαβάσω πολύ σύντομα μια το επόμενο.

    21. Cátia Santos

      Pedofilia. Nunca é fácil. Este segundo livro de Mo Hayder não é tão bom quanto o primeiro, talvez porque durante várias páginas a história parece não avançar. No entanto, a partir de certa altura tudo se precipita e o livro ganha um novo fôlego. As descrições são nuas e cruas, principalmente quando falamos de crianças.O passado de Jack, tal como em "Pássaros da morte", volta para o assombrar, e desta vez a autora é extremamente cruel com este personagem.Não posso explorar, porq [...]

    22. Sunnie

      Tough, tense and uncompromising, but deeply unsatisfying. The main character is battling demons from his childhood which impact on the case he is investigating. What does he do? Why he turns lone wolf of course. Annoying.He is in a somewhat destructive relationship with a woman who is also very damaged,which does nothing to make them likeable. Irritating.A number of "near misses" make THE TREATMENT a frustration: A person with information dismissed as a crank and ignored, a lazy police officer n [...]

    23. Holly

      3-3.5 starsWhat kept me from giving this a higher rating were two things;1. The fact that it took me a while to get into the story2. The way she chose to wrap things up regarding the Ewan storyline.I was not at all happy with the direction the Ewan storyline ended up going in. I thought it might have been an interesting twist, but the fact that she chose to end it the way she did? Nope. Not a fan. Yes, i suppose we were supposed to look at the literal ending of the book as something hopeful and [...]

    24. John McDermott

      Oh my God! That was harrowing! Parents and dog lovers be warned that The Treatment is strong stuff and tackles the very depths of human depravity; in this case : predatory pedophiles. I've previously mentioned in a review of the Birdman that Mo Hayder is not afraid to confront and break taboos. Well, in this novel she dismembers them with a chainsaw and nails them bloody and dripping to your eyeballs !!!I'd love to say what a marvellous and thrilling reading time you'll have, but as Orville used [...]

    25. Helen

      Quite difficult to keep reading at times due to the particularly disturbing nature of the crimes perpetrated against children; I had to keep reminding myself 'this isn't real', but the plot twists and turns, and the tension was almost unbearable at some points I couldn't stop reading. If this had been a film I would have been watching through splayed fingers from behind a cushion! I had to actively force myself to resist peeking at pages further on to see who survived.Some of Hayder's work is so [...]

    26. Πάνος Τουρλής

      «Η σιωπή των δέντρων» (στα αγγλικά ο πρωτότυπος τίτλος είναι «The treatment», δηλαδή «Η θεραπεία») κυκλοφόρησε το 2001 αλλά μεταφράστηκε στη γλώσσα μας μόλις φέτος. Και πραγματικά είναι τόσο καλογραμμένο, γεμάτο αγωνία και ανατροπές, οπότε ταιριάζει άνετα με τις κλειστοφοβικές ατμ [...]

    27. Paul

      Actual rating: 2.5 stars.Until now, I regarded the novels of Mo Hayder as guilty treats, like jelly beans, something you gobble up while knowing they're no good for you. Unfortunately, as with the jelly beans in the Harry Potter stories, some Mo Hayder treats taste of vomit.Big spoiler alert: Mo Hayder introduces a character in the first chapter, a hermit-like collector of found objects, who comes upon a damaged camera in a public park. This character, and the camera he picks up off the grass, b [...]

    28. Janet

      The Treatment is the 2nd book in the Jack Caffrey series by Mo Hayder. The first being Birdman. I was looking forward to this book as I had enjoyed the first so much. This one, however, was more difficult.The book gets off to a slow start so it took a while for me to engage fully, but when I did, I found I couldn't put it down, staying up till 5 am, couldn't put it down. Where Birdman was about serial killers and the setting up of ongoing characters, namely Caffrey, The Treatment is about paedop [...]

    29. Κατερίνα Θεοδώρου

      3/5. H πρώτη εμφάνιση του Κάφερυ με εντυπωσίασε, πράγμα που δε συνέβη εδώ. Κακό δεν το λες, είναι καλογραμένο και ιντριγκαδόρικο, χωρίς να είναι φλύαρο, αλλά αν με ρωτούσε κάποιος αυθόρμητα να του προτείνω ένα καλό αστυνομικό, δεν θα μου πήγαινε καν στο μυαλό μετά από λίγους μήν [...]

    30. Pwrgrl

      If you are interested in reading about the worst humankind can offer and about utter police incompetence, then Mo Hayder is an author you should check out. I don't mind the dark and gritty details of the horrible crimes Hayder centers her stories around but I mind very much when there are no likable characters in the story (except perhaps the victims and even they can engender frustration). The first book in the Jack Caffery series, Birdman was well written and interesting enough to have me grab [...]

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