La Pyramide Assassinée

La Pyramide AssassinéeI have no idea why Christian Jacq books are so popular I found the dialogue stilted and forced, charactisation poor, little flow and no tension I dont know whether this is because Jacq is a poor writer, or this book has been translated poorly I hope it was a translate Jacq being French and living in Switzerland as if not, the fault is entirely Jacq s For example within seconds of meeting the investigator for the first time, the investigator has given up his entire life story in a paragraph along the lines of I grew up on the wrong side of the streets, I m mean and violent and I dont care who knows it and I ll beat up and threaten anyone who gets on my wrong side whether you like it or not Literally.The scribe is not better, always turning up late due to arguments with his wife, but the passages where this happens are not funny, threatening, enlightening and add little to the plot.The judge keeps being told that he is making powerful enemies but you feel no fear of the characters concerned and no empathy for the judge so there is no engagement on either side to make you want to continue to the end The First In A New Trilogy By Christian Jacq, BENEATH THE PYRAMID Is A Gripping Novel Of Suspense Which Takes Place During The Reign Of Ramses The Great A Young, Intelligent, Incorruptible Novice Judge, Pazair, Is Called To Memphis To Investigate The Mysterious Deaths Of Five Guards Standing Watch Over The Sphinx At Giza His Inquiries Unearth A Plot To Overthrow Ramses, And With The Help Of Souti, A Former Scribe, And The Beautiful Nefertet, A Young Doctor, He Sets Out To Discover The Truth I had read the Ramses saga from the same author when i was a teenager and loved it.After reading the Judge of Egypt 1, it is obvious that those books were written by the same author.Although I liked the investigation of main character, and the historic context of the story, I will not read the 2 others books of the saga.I find the author to lack subtility in his writing you can always guess from the physical description alone if a new character is a friend or a foe, the good ones are just too good while the bad ones are just too bad Every character is a living clich I know if I was still a teenager, I would have loved this book, but even while I would like to know the end of the investigation, it just cannot continue because of the writing style.I highly recommend this book for teenagers, but not past 20 yo.Note that there are quite a few passage about sexe, so it may not be the best book for kids under 12 Nap nav tanie.Hlavn m hrdinom je mladu k sudca Paser Paser m len 21 To meno sa mi via e k 50ro n mu radn kovi a teraz si tam mus m predstavi hnedovlas ho, zelenook ho mlad ho, m dreho a spravodliv ho chlapa ok, to nebude a k slint , ktor ver k spravodlivos a pri jej dosahovan sa nezastav pred ni m A, chud k, toho musel aj ve a presk ka V etci spriahnut so v etk mi, nikto sa nechce nam ha rie i nie o viac, aby si neohrozil svoje tepl mieste ko Rozhodne nem ahk ivot Proti Paserovi stoja takmer v etci Zub r Kada , ktor si mysl , e jeho chapn ce ruky zachr nia nov n stroje z nebesk ho eleza hahaha , obchodn k Denes s man elkou Nenofar, ktor si myslia, e im patria v etky obchody a m u si robi , o chc , policajt Mentmoze, ktor u len z princ pu neurob ni , o by mohlo ohrozi jeho kari ru a ku koncu aj lek r Nebamon, ktor sa mu sna pomsti za to, e neukon il Neferetininu lek rsku prax.A e te je tu Beltran, v robca prvotriednych papyrusov M m z neho zmie an pocity Na za iatku toti stret vame enu, ktor chce s k Nebamonovi na plastiku som nevedela, e toto Egyp ania dok zali , lebo jej mu tvrd , e je kared A nesk r sa dozved me, e je to Silkis, Beltranova man elka Tak e sympatie na mojej miske v h id dolu, ALE zd sa by estn a pom ha Paserovi, ako sa d , nestrp nespravodlivos , tak mus by dobr , nie Toto je prv kr t, kedy som pri nejakej Jacqovej postave na v kach V inou s postavy bu dobr , alebo zl , ale t to je nie o medzi Tak uvid me, ako to s n m skon Paser m , na astie, aj priate ov Doprev dza ho, nazvime to, policajn sila Kem a jeho ialen opica Potom s tu e te Jarot, s dny zapisovate , ktor mi u len svojim d chan m lezie na nervy, Branir, u ite , b val lek r, mudrc, ktor ho, bohu ia , zastihol ne akan koniec, z ktor ho som sa st le nespam tala a Suti, vojensk hrdina a Paserov kamar t, lovek prchkej povahy, ale n ru ivosti v ej ako Mount Everest A, samozrejme, nesmieme zabudn na kr snu, mlad a nadan lek rku Neferet, ktor ikanuje hlavn lek r Nebamon, a do ktorej sa n m Paser hne za bi a, o je pod a m a v Jacqove dielach okuj ce, ona mu l sku hne neop tuje O E akala som takmer cel knihu, kedy sa t dvaja daj dokopy a ona mu nakoniec zabije, e sa ho nau bi WHAT ena Sa spam taj Jedin , o ju zachr nilo, je, e si na konci uvedomila, ako ve mi ho miluje Hoci to bolo trochu odveci.Nako ko som len predned vnom do tala pental giu Ramzes a toto sa odohr va za jeho vl dy, zaujala ma ist zmena mien Mysl m, e Neferet ostala, ale z Malfiho je tu Adafi a z Mathor Chattu a Ve mi zauj mav A ke sme pri men ch Kemova opica sa vol Zabij k ako Ramzesov lev a Paserov osol sa vol Severn vietor ako osol v Strome ivota alebo v Pis rovi.Neviem, ak asov rozsah pre iel medzi nap san m Ramzesa a Egyptsk ho sudcu, ale vidie tu v razn zlep enie A nesk u tu na m a ka d chv u re n cke ot zky, na ktor nikto neodpoved Z rove ma fascinuje detailnos pri opisovan postupov v roby liekov Je to a brilantn , ako si to Jacq na tudoval alebo ako to vie, ak je to egyptol g Niekedy s dial gy nelogick , ale, pff, lovek nem e ma v etko.Te m sa na pokra ovanie. Christian Jacq con una scrittura semplice e scorrevole riesce a trasmettere una chiara immagine di quella che era la vita nell Antico Egitto, ai tempi del faraone Ramses Con una narrazione lenta che a volte fa desiderare qualcosa di pi movimentato il lettore si trova ad assaporare usi e costumi di quella incredibile civilt La lentezza cos si trasforma da fattore negativo a caratteristica importante senza la quale forse l ambientazione perderebbe credibilit.Mentre leggevo mi sembrava di vedere la dottoressa Neferet preparare intrugli alle erbe per curare i suoi malati, il giudice Pazair passeggiare sulla riva del fiume insieme al suo cane Bravo, Suti assaporare le sue conquiste erotiche Immaginavo il calore del sole pomeridiano, i colori caldi del tramonto e il cielo stellato in una notte silenziosa Per chi ama la culture degli egizi, questo romanzo una finestra su quel mondo La trama inoltre piacevolmente ingarbugliata, e nonostante manchi il fattore adrenalinico, stimola il lettore a proseguire nella lettura I personaggi sono ben caratterizzati anche se scarse le descrizioni fisiche.Il finalebeh quello mi ha sorpresa tantissimo DQuattro stelle meritate, secondo la mia opinione, perch ho voglia di leggere il seguito Ho terminato di leggere il primo capitolo della trilogia intitolata Il romanzo della Piramide, L inferno del giudice Per quel che mi riguarda ho trovato la lettura piacevole ma lenta, i dialoghi talvolta mi son sembrati forzati con quei botta e risposta tipici della nostra era.Da amante degli antici Egizi e della storia in generale ho apprezzato i riferimenti storici, la descrizione delle piramidi che restano ancora un mistero per il genere umano e la descrizione della vita e dell economia ai tempi del regno di Ramses Jacq ancora una volta ha fatto un ottimo sfoggio dei propri studi e delle proprie competenze.Da ottimo scrittore Jacq ha saputo dosare con parsimonia le azioni dei protagonisti assestando solo sul finale un degno colpo di scena che ovviamente ti fa venire voglia di prendere in mano subito il secondo capitolo per sapere cosa ancora dovr succedere.Parlando dei personaggi invece devo dire che Jacq stato bravissimo a farmi entrare in sintonia con loro In alcuni passaggi avrei desiderato essere in riva al mare con Pazair e il suo fidato Bravo, solo per sentirne l odore o solo per poter guardare l orizzonte africano. Historical murder mysteries are my favourite leisure reads, and this one the first book of a trilogy is a wonderful example It has an admirable hero, an intricate plot, and scope for speculation The author is an Archaeologist and an Egyptologist, so is able to immerse the reader in a world that feels authentic a world in which magic and ritual play a central role, and murder impacts upon the harmony of society as a whole. Lu dans une autre dition Plon, L auteur, gyptologue, a crit plusieurs romans qui se veulent une illustration de la fa on de vivre l poque des pharaons La dimension didactique nuit pour moi l int r t, d autant plus qu elle n est pas compens e par une grande valeur litt raire Je persiste cependant, vu mon int r t g n ral pour ce th me. Una de esa n velas hist ricas que siempre me ha encantado La he le do con mucho inter s, y reconozco que me llevo a disfrutar de Christian Jacq en toda la trilogia. It s been a long while since I read those books, but I must admit I was very disappointed I hope, since they re written by a specialist of that time period, that I would get a story which would give me lots of information while entertaining me I worked my way through all books of the series, but felt and still feel no wish to read anything else by this author What vexed me particularly was the way we kept being fed the same information repeatedly, which made me feel like the author thought I was too stupid to remember he d told me the same thing just a few pages before I do not appreciate being made to feel like I m an idiot by anyone, and that certainly destroyed whatever enjoyment I might have gotten from this work.

Christian Jacq is a French author and Egyptologist He has written several novels about ancient Egypt, notably a five book suite about pharaoh Ramses II, a character whom Jacq admires greatly.Jacq s interest in Egyptology began when he was thirteen, and read History of Ancient Egyptian Civilization by Jacques Pirenne This inspired him to write his first novel He first visited Egypt when he was s

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  • La Pyramide Assassinée
  • Christian Jacq
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 9780671017989

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