A Sea of Troubles by Donna Leon (2009-08-25)

A Sea of Troubles by Donna Leon (2009-08-25)

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A Sea of Troubles by Donna Leon

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    1. The Very best that she ever wrote. Captivating from beginning to the end. From all that I have read, I enjoyed this one the most

    2. Ce que j'aime chez Donna Leon, c'est l'atmosphère qu'elle sait créer grâce à son personnage récurrent, Brunnetti, sa petite famille et surtout Venise. Grâce à Donna Leon, je passe 1 à 2 semaines à Venise par an. Pas mal, non? Dans "Friends in high places", le bougre quitte Venise! Et la magie est detruite. L'intrigue est sympa, bien ficelée mais rendez-moi mon atmosphère!Normandie

    3. I have read three or four of Donna Leon's Comissario Brunetti cases, but I enjoyed this particular book because of the descriptions of the Venetian geography. When we think of Venezia, we never realize that so many islands conform it. Here we can appreciate the different atmosphere in Burano, Murano and the long peninsula composed by Pellestrina (where the murders in this novel take place) and the Lido, probably the only place in Venice where you may see motor vehicles of any kind. We can also a [...]

    4. This book is true to its title. At the book's beginning, Commissario Brunetti is drawn outside of Venice to investigate the murders of a son and father at sea. At the book's climatic ending, he battles the sea in both victory and defeat. For the first time in Donna Leon's Brunetti series, Brunetti must exert physical courage in addition to psychological insight and he fails to take notice of key developments. Because Brunetti is both stretched and made vulnerable in new ways, I rate this book as [...]

    5. We learn more about Inspector Brunetti in this story, in which the setting alternates between the city and one of the outer islands in the Venetian Lagoon. But we especially learn more about Signorina Elettra, the mysterious and fascinating beauty who is a secretary in Brunetti's office but who really runs the place. There's more violence in this one than we usually see, but it's still a good read. The scenes of Brunetti and his wife, sitting on their terrace and enjoying a glass of wine while t [...]

    6. It is the expected insightful novel from Donna Leon. Her clear eyed view of the microcosm that is Venice reflects her view of the world that matches my own. It is amazing to see how she exploits the different facets of this tight little community. And it was interesting to see how his "love" for Elletra was finally acknowledged and dealt with so well by Paola. For anybody who has not yet read any Donna Leon you probably won't understand what I'm saying so please start at the beginning with "Deat [...]

    7. With each book I read in the series starring Commissario Brunetti, I become more and more enamored of the entire Brunetti coterie -- the family, his colleagues, and (of course) Venice itself. The way Leon creates a sense of space, of place, is remarkable. I came late to this author and cannot recommend her more highly. If you, too, are discovering Brunetti, I advise beginning at the beginning, with Death at La Fenice, in order to get the most pleasure out of the series. Don't misunderstand, [...]

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