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How the Light Gets In Free read ´ 108 Christmas is approaching and in uébec it's a time of dazzling snowfalls bright lights and gatherings with friends in front of blazing hearths But shadows are falling on the usually festive season for Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Sûreté de uébec Most of his best agents have left or been transferred out of the Homicide Department; his old friend and lieutenant Jean Guy Beauvoir hasn't spoken to him in months; and hostile forces are lining up against him When G. I would give this book 10 stars or if I could When I was approved for the egalley being the mature professional librarian that I am I went up to one of my coworkers who also reads the series and basically said Nya Nya I got to read the book early That is the level of devotion that this entire series inspires in its readersAfter the emotional ending of the previous book I was prepared for this one to be heavy duty but I had no idea how much this emotion this book would evoke I literally sat on my couch for hours barely able to take a breath because I was so caught up into the story Looking back at the previous books one can see all of the clues leading up to the finish of this book but it is absolutely stunning to see how they all come together When this book begins Gamache is seemingly hanging on by a thread His agents have been scattered all through the department and he has a group of disrespectful yahoos working for him But his enemies haven t won the war only the first skirmish Gamache still has some fight left in him and he has friends in powerful places As in all of Ms Penny s books there are side stories that seem to have no reflection on the main plot but everything I mean everything is important Inspector Gamache gets involved in the disappearance of a woman who had visited Three Pines and planned to return but never showed up As he digs deeper into her life he discovers facts about her life that will surprise all who knew her Readers over a certain age will remember the actual situation that inspired this story line and what a huge story it was in its dayAnyone who has followed this series will be crazy while reading this book so just leave them alone and be prepared for a lot of emotion after they are done While one part of Gamache s life is resolved the ending opens up a lot of uestions about what the future holds for Gamache and all of us loyal readers Novelas de Isabel Allende of dazzling snowfalls bright lights and gatherings with friends in front The Success Secrets Of Brian Tracy How To Achieve Your Goals And Be Succesful of blazing hearths But shadows are falling Dreams Made Flesh on the usually festive season for Chief Inspector Armand Gamache Ninth Grade Slays The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #2 of the Sûreté de uébec Most The Fearless Critic Portland Restaurant Guide of his best agents have left Murder of Crows or been transferred Top Secret Executive Resumes Second Edition out Work Your Wardrobe of the Homicide Department; his Anne Ben Barbar Mıyım? old friend and lieutenant Jean Guy Beauvoir hasn't spoken to him in months; and hostile forces are lining up against him When G. 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How the Light Gets In Free read ´ 108 S unrecognized by virtually everyone except the mad brilliant poet Ruth Zardo As events come to a head at the Sûreté Gamache is drawn ever deeper into the world of Three Pines Increasingly he is not only investigating the disappearance of Myrna's friend but also seeking a safe place for himself and his still loyal colleagues if such a refuge exists amid mounting danger Is there peace to be found even in Three Pines and at what cost to Gamache and the people he holds de. SPOILERS BELOWYes I gave this one only three stars I have read and really liked the other books in the series but I thought this one was subpar not bad but not as excellent as its predecessors Here s why1 Penny s writing style seemed almost a caricature of itself All of those sentence fragments Done for emphasis Getting on my nerves Time after time In an overly dramatic way I don t recall being so aware and irritated by the writing in past books but the jerky style of this one grated on me It intefered with my ability to lose myself in the story and that s a big flaw for me2 The plot lines just didn t hold together There are really two separate tracks in this story one involving the death of a famous uintuplet think Dionne uints and one involving the continuing politics and corruption that Gamache has fought against in the Surete The former was a far interesting story to delve into although the solution to this murder seemed rushed and forced almost an afterthought to the corruption story The second plotline focuses on Gamache s attempts to uncover and counteract an ongoing plot that reaches the highest levels of Canadian government as well as the Surete I found this entire story line to be silly It didn t make sense from the very beginning the whole business about the Cree reservation and the dam nonsensical it didn t hang together well and it made me think of a cartoon like Underdog or Powerpuff Girls with an evil genius trying to carry out some nefarious plan so he can take over the world Unfortunately the focus of the second half of the book is mostly on the corruption storyline and it left me shaking my head in disbelief Even the ending is just too much ludicrous not well thought out a too clever by half solution to an bizarre and unbelievable problem3 The character of Gamache is starting to become less real and less believable and of a superhero Everything he does is perfect he never makes a mistake he is always a gentleman and noble and patient and wonderful in every way Could it be Mary Sue syndrome No one could ever be that one sided and perfect and it makes him seem like some fantasy superhero rather than a genuine human being especially in the context of this novel where he must deal with so many challenges Other characters the imperfect ones like Nichol were much believable and compelling4 The ending was just too pat and perfect from an emotional standpoint as well as a plot standpoint5 The book is less of a police procedural becoming like a thriller with the corruption storyline I hope Penny goes back to a traditional police procedural in any future books6 I m really really sick of everyone uoting the work of an imaginary poet The same line over and over again ENOUGH ALREADY

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How the Light Gets In Free read ´ 108 Amache receives a message from Myrna Landers in the village of Three Pines he welcomes the chance to get away from the city for a few hours Myrna's longtime friend who was due to spend Christmas in the village has failed to arrive When Chief Inspector Gamache presses for information Myrna is reluctant to reveal her friend's name Mystified Gamache soon discovers the missing woman was once one of the most famous people not just in North America but in the world and now goe. Louise Penny impresses as she pulls on a major event in uebec history weaving it effectively into the premise of this next novel in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series Major changes have begun with the Homicide suad of the S ret du u bec including the removal of Inspector Jean Guy Beauvoir It would seem that the fallout from their case at a rural priory created ripples than anyone could expect with Chief Superintendent Francoeur still sharpening his knives with hateful eyes focussed on Gamache Newly promoted Inspector Isabelle Lacoste accompanies Gamache on a pre Christmas jaunt to Three Pines where they respond to a call from Myrna Landers the local bookshop owner It would seem that Constance Pineault was expected the day before at lunch with Myrna and has yet to show up While this may not seem like much Constance has not made contact and his known for her punctuality Gamache agrees to make some inuiries back in Montreal where he discovers that Pineault has been found slain in her home After agreeing to take the case for himself Gamache returns to Three Pines where he discovers that Pineault is not who she appears to be It would seem that locals know her secret that she is actually Constance Ouellet one of the Ouellet uintuplets that made headlines in the middle of the Depression Gamache sifts through much of the information available as well as scores of documents long sealed to learn about the Ouellet uints and how they were sold to the uebec Government thereby turning them into a public spectacle Surely Constance wanted nothing than to live outside of the limelight as soon as she could though someone must have wanted to extinguish that light for some unknown reason Meanwhile the story arc surrounding that bloody raid gone wrong has reached its zenith with Gamache using covert means to finger the individual who leaked the video of the event Gamache learns snippets of Inspector Beauvoir s new cases all of which include dangerous raids that could easily neutralise his former second in command Might Gamache have to make the ultimate move and how does this all link to the Arnot case which filled the pages of early novels in the series Penny continues to dazzle with layered narratives that keep the reader gasping for breath as much comes to a head in the intense closing chapters of this novel Highly recommended to series fans who have a great handle on the characters and writing style I hold firm in my suggestion that new readers begin where the series began and progress accordinglyThis series keeps finding new ways to impress me particularly with this exploration of one of uebec s black marks of the mid 20th century Penny touches on some of the events that occurred with these uints likely mixing fact with fiction to keep the story moving forward As always Chief Inspector Gamache plays a central role in the novel and one can see the intensity surrounding the two major events that have overshadowed his investigations finally coming to a head Gamache doesn t let anything derail his concentration though there is a strong sense that he wants these monkeys off his back however that might be possible His determination with a new and severely pared down team shows his determination to find a killer without letting the politics deter him Using his sharp skills Gamache exemplifies his superior skills even as those around him begin to lose faith in his work The handful of others around him remain uestionable characters including Inspector Lacoste and former black sheep Agent Yvette Nichol Both these women hold integral parts in the novel though readers should not expect smooth sailing or strong support for their superior The Three Pines residents retain their uniue personalities though there is little that surprises in this piece Some development and character movement is apparent during the one novel hiatus something that the attentive reader will notice early in this piece The story has two significant narratives that run in parallel complementing one another Penny balances them though neither can be seen as taken a backseat to the other Readers should expect a bumpy ride as the novel pushes forward and takes little time for those who need time to process while also inundating the attentive reader with much uebec history and shaming society all these years later Far from derailed or rogue as some would have me believe this series gets better as it progressesKudos Madam Penny for another stellar novel Chief Inspector Gamache and Three Pines are in great hands and I cannot stop wanting particularly with that cliffhanger Thankfully there are still a handful of novels left in my binge Likehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge

  • Hardcover
  • 405
  • How the Light Gets In
  • Louise Penny
  • English
  • 04 March 2020
  • 9780312655471

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny While I enjoy a good series there are few books that are part of a series that leave me with a book hangover when I am finished with them How the Light Get In left me with that hangover I finished it this afternoon and since that time I've not wanted to read anything I've just wanted to live with the emotional reverberations this book created

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny I would give this book 10 stars or if I could When I was approved for the egalley being the mature professional librarian that I am I went up to one of my coworkers who also reads the series and basically said Nya Nya I g

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny For readers unfamiliar with Louise Penny's mystery series this is #9 with Chief Inspector Armand Gamache Although this is only my second foray into her uebec crime series my first being her last book BEAUTIFUL MYSTERY I was impressed with her ability to create multiple plots and weave them together There's a fresh murder

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    Louise Penny ´ 8 characters (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny Louise Penny impresses as she pulls on a major event in uebec history weaving it effectively into the premise of this next novel in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series Major changes have begun with the Homicide suad of the Sûreté du uébec including the removal of Inspector Jean Guy Beauvoir It would seem that the fallout

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny 5★“Anyone who placed himself within Ruth’s orbit and certainly within her walls and wasn’t prepared for dementia had only himself to blame What often came as a surprise to people was that the dementia would be theirs not Ruth’s She remained sharp if not clear”I must first acknowledge the irascible foul mouthed old poet simply because I was so glad she’s still in the picture book township of Thr

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    review Ù eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Louise Penny (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny Louise Penny ´ 8 characters What a wonderful book This is my introduction to the Chief Inspector Gamache series I listened to the audiobook narrated by Ralph Cosham and really enjoyed his French Canadian accent His voice made the listening experience that much better Louise Penny's eccentric characters in the village of Three Pines make such an interesting story I'm lo

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny 45 starsAfter the misery of the previous book in this series I am happy to report that it was a one time fluke so far and Penny is now back to her usual wonderful writing in this book I'm also going to keep saying this until I turn blue in the face if you aren't reading this series you are missing out Gamache is both broken and forceful than we have ever seen him before The 'case' being investigated is inspired by a real life eve

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    (PDF KINDLE) [How the Light Gets In] ¶ Louise Penny Read & Download How the Light Gets In SPOILERS BELOWYes I gave this one only three stars I have read and really liked the other books in the series but I thought this one was subpar not bad but not as excellent as its predecessors Here's why1 Penny's writing style seemed almost a

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