½ Read ã Naked Heat by Richard Castle ¶ pamyatnik.pro
½ Read ã Naked Heat by Richard Castle ¶ This was a strange one that I m still trying to get my head around The general idea is that the book is written by Richard Castle, who is one of the leads in the tv cop show Castle In the show Castle is an author who is shadowing a police officer Kate Becket to see how she works and to use her for the basis of the cop in his novels Nikki Heat Together they solve crimes and eventually become an item.
So, this story follows the same format only here the guy following Nikki Heat is Jamesone Rook and I m slightly ashamed to say it took me too long to put Castle Took together for the pun that it is And there in lies the problem for me, although the story was enjoyable enough it felt like an episode of Castle but with everyone having different names.
As for the story itself, well, as I say, I quite enjoyed it A gossip columnist is found murdered just as she I ve been thinking about how ugly gossip is How it victimizes people, but how as much as we say we hate it, we still feed on it like it was crack This book was really good I mean, it s no literary great, but it s still good It reads just like an episode of Castle, with the chapters breaks being where the commercial breaks would be I wouldn t recommend this to people who have either never seen the Castle or dislike it The characters in this novel are carbon copies of Castle, Beckett, Ryan, Esposito, and Lanie from the show Overall, this was an enjoyable read, and I look forward to reading the rest of this series.
An Infamous Gossip Columnist Is Fatally Stabbed In The Back The Story Circles A Yankees Pitcher, A Pop Star, And An Actor S Apparently Accidental Overdose Nikki Heat And Hotshot Reporter Jameson Rook Trade Barbs And Innuendos While On The Trail Of A Murderer 14 7 2016So apparently my reading tastes have changed A LOT in the past five years Because this was like wading through quicksand, and I could only get through 102 pages before I gave up and abandoned it Really, this is self insert fan fiction of a fictional world Like, it s supposed to be written by a fictional character About a fictional version of himself and fictional versions of his friends I gave very few fucks about the case, and given that I haven t watched Castle in at least three years, the whole fictional novelist writes the book he writes in the fictional world schtick was no longer appealing to me But really, this is 100% a me thing and a product of my reading tastes having done a dramatic turn down Not This Lane Also, my copy smells really weird, so making the decision to put it down wasn t terribly difficult 16 10 2011Not the greatest book of all time, obviously It sounds kind of stupid in this day and age, but this book was written with a kind of sexist mentality Usually the sex of the anonymous author plays only a little into the writing, and rarely detracts from the story, but this whole thing is a bad joke The story is supposed to be about this awesome female detective, but it undermines that whole idea repeatedly It makes multiple commentary within the writing of the character being balsy as a positive, obviously male, and as positive association, or other characters having brass balls seen by many males as a positive but when a female reference is used, it is always negative For example, when interrogating a pair of suspects, the detective was trying to find the bitch obv Como me pas con el primer libro de la serie Castle, lo he devorado La verdad es que recomiendo mucho estos libros si sois fans de la serie porque son muy muy parecidos a sus cap tulos Me gustan la intriga que tiene, la cantidad de sospechosos, como est n todos relacionados y sobretodo la relaci n que tienen los protagonistas, es decir, Rook, Nikki, Laury y los Roach.
Me encanta porque no he sabido descubrir quien era el asesino hasta el final, hasta las ltimas p ginas Cada vez que arrestaban a uno yo iba como una tonta y lo colocaba en el n mero uno de sospechosos en mi cabeza Y luego resulta que hab a m s y m s Y claro, al final tienes que devorarlo para saber como acaba la cosa La verdad es que me ha gustado bastante como se ha ido desarrollando la historia y el final No le doy las 5 estrellas porque sigue gust ndome m s la serie, pe I admit it I enjoy watching Nathan Fillion I enjoyed watching Firefly intensely than Castle, but I m happy that Castle exists because I believe strongly in this man s right to have a steady acting job so that I can enjoy a steady diet of his roguish sense of humor.
As a mostly regular Castle watcher, I noticed a smudge in the line of reality when those Nikki Heat books that Nathan Fillion s character writes on the show suddenly starting popping up in my local bookstore I resisted buying them for at least a year, afraid that the fairly clever merchandising tie in masked some not so clever writing.
But last week I gave in I blame Nathan Fillion s smile You know the one in the author photo that seems to say, Yes, I know this whole thing is a little silly, but don t you really think it s kind of fun anyway And you know, I think it s fair to say th
kad bih ocjenjivao sam krimi , bila bi to solidna trojka ali sve reference na omijenu seriju, tongue in cheek posveta na kraju i injenica d ase autor ludo zabavljao pi u i, podi u ocjenu za 1 As a fairly straight forward work of mystery fiction, THREE STARS People are murdered, clues are discovered, twists and turns, a narrow escape, a revelation, a sudden dead end, kissy kissy, frantic chase, mystery solved, wait or is it , ok now yes, mystery solved Or something like that I don t know That s not the part I was paying attention to.
BECAUSE as a cultural artifact that is such an engaging, layered and thoughtful piece of fan fiction that I could barely even wrap my head around it, FOUR STARS.
Nathan Fillion plays a TV character named Richard Castle Richard Castle is in love with Kate Beckett but it never really amounts to anything on the TV show Which is great It s what makes TV work the wanting it to happen, but not having to deal with the inevitabl
The writing and style was the first obvious improvement, the characters had a little depth though still not enough for my liking, the pacing was good, and so was the plot, and the villain was a little difficult to spot.
I m so glad I decided to read this right after Heat Wave, because it improved my notion of Richard Castle as an actual writer in a big way.
Also, the fact Rook wasn t such an idiot w