Geim




      Geim
Sm kriminelle Henrik HP Pettersen finner en dag en smarttelefon p T banen P displayet dukker det opp et enkelt sp rsm l Vil du spille et spill Merkelig nok vet telefonen det meste om livet hans HP blir etter hvert dratt med i et virkelighetsspill hvor han f r utfordringer som blir mer og mer risikofylte Til slutt gj r han hva som helst for kunne fortsette spillet Rebecca er livvakt, har st lkontroll p livet og karrieren Den siste tiden er det noe som delegger den perfekte fasaden Hun mottar anonyme brev og stadig ringer noen hennes telefonsvarer Er det noen som leker med henne Spiller et spill Spillet f r HPs og Rebeccas liv til n rme seg hverandre og spenningen stiger ytterligere Free Read Geim [ By ] Anders de la Motte [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

Anders de la Motte b 1971 made his debut in 2010 with geim , which won the Swedish Academy of Crime Writers First Book Award He is a former Police Officer and was until recently Director of Security at one of the world s largest IT companies He is currently an International Security Consultant With his blend of fast paced suspense, humor, and informed commentary on IT and social media, Anders de la Motte represents a distinct new voice in Scandinavian crime fiction wild, playful and full of references to popular culture, including his literary cousin Philip K Dick.

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  • Hardcover
  • 372 pages
  • Geim
  • Anders de la Motte
  • Norwegian
  • 13 August 2019

10 thoughts on “ Geim

  1. Chris says:

    I received a free ebook ARC copy of this book from NetGalley Thanks to the author, publisher, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.Okay, here s the deal It took me almost two weeks to read this I m not planning a long review, because I m honestly tired of thinking about this thing and want to wash my hands of it I feel that I owe NetGalley a review for providing the free copy, so here goes.There were some good things about this book The premise conspiracy theory I received a free ebook ARC copy of this book from NetGalley Thanks to the author, publisher, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.Okay, here s the deal It took me almost two weeks to read this I m not planning a long review, because I m honestly tired of thinking about this thing and want to wash my hands of it I feel that I owe NetGalley a review for providing the free copy, so here goes.There were some good things about this book The premise conspiracy theory and a secret Game which can be accessed by specially chosen players on a special cell phone Cool idea The book starts out with a bang, jumping right into the action with our protagonist, HP HP is what he goes by, after his initials Fine The game seems exciting at first and soon becomesdangerous and crimin...

  2. Suzanne says:

    I had high hopes for this one I saw a couple rave reviews go by including the Publisher s Weekly plug in the summary above and I was intrigued by the premise.But no Right now, I m wishing there were a way I could get my 2 back fromThe writing style is very annoying it s a translation, but I suspect that s unrelated The author has sprinkled inner monologue everywhere, ranging from outdated catch phrases As if and Run, Forrest, run to juvenile hostility Suck my I had high hopes for this one I saw a couple rave reviews go by including the Publisher s Weekly plug in the summary above and I was intrigued by the premise.But no Right now, I m wishing there were a way I could get my 2 back fromThe writing style is ...

  3. Sarah says:

    11 2 Swedish Danish stories are over running our screens and pages You can hardly look at a tv trailer or check out the new releases without coming across something from Denmark or Sweden Not that I m complaining, without them I would have missed out on great tv like The Bridge and The Killing or fantastic books like Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Game That s right, 62 pages in and I m already calling it fantastic It s half gamer techno thriller, half crime drama at least so far.I 11 2 Swedish Danish stories are over running our screens and pages You can hardly look at a tv trailer or check out the new releases without coming across something from Denmark or Sweden Not that I m complaining, without them I would have missed out on great tv lik...

  4. Paul says:

    On its GameGame is the first book in the Game Trilogy by Swedish author Anders De La Motte and wow what an introduction to the series The whole premise of the book a game seems that brings in all sections of society that is a secret but with public ramifications, it seems like a crazy plot that could actually happen in a computer game, the problem is this is no computer game that just gives the instructions It may sound a bit out of the box but enough to be real and happening as we read.Henrik On its GameGame is the first book in the Game Trilogy by Swedish author Anders De La Motte and wow what an introduction to the series The whole premise of the book a game seems that brings in all sections of society that is a secret but with public ramifications, it seems like a crazy plot that could actually happen in a computer game, the problem is this is no computer game that just gives the instructions It may sound a bit out of the box but enough to be real and happening as we read.Henrik Pettersson better known to family and friends as HP has a criminal record is bright but also quite lazy, and is on the train home with a hangover when he notices that a phone has been left behind The game starts when he picks up the phone and a...

  5. Patrice Hoffman says:

    Game a competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on the part of two orpersons who play according to a set of rules, usually for their own amusement or for that of spectators Courtesy of Dictionary.com.,LLCAfter seeing someone has left a phone on the train, what do you do Do you try to flag them down in an effort to return their property or do you turn it on and consider yourself lucky to have found such a treasure Before you can really figure what to do, the phone buzzs Game a competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on the part of two orpersons who play according to a set of rules, usually for their own amusement or for that of spectators Courtesy of Dictionary.com.,LLCAfter seeing someone has left a phone on the train, wha...

  6. Kortessa Giachanatzi says:

    It seemed promising, but I didn t like it that muchFortunately, I didn t buy the whole trilogy all at once

  7. Cheryl Ann Roberts says:

    This book is the first book in the Game Trilogy by Swedish author Anders De La Motte I got this one and the second book, Buzz, for free from Netgalley I ve read this one I m not sure if I want to read the second one.The premise is interesting HP picks up a cell phone he thinks someone left on the train It s sleek, shiny and state of the art so he fiddles with it before deciding to look for its owner The phone comes to life and asks HP if he wants to play a game For stealing a fellow This book is the first book in the Game Trilogy by Swedish author Anders De La Motte I got this one and the second book, Buzz, for free from Netgalley I ve read this one I m not sure if I want to read the second one.The premise is interesting HP picks up a cell phone he thinks someone left on the train It s sleek, shiny and state of the art so he fiddles with it before deciding to look for its owner The phone comes to life and asks HP if he wants to play a game For stealing a fellow passenger s umbrella, HP will be awarded points This s...

  8. Cheryl says:

    Thegamer books that I read, thethat there needs to be of these books I am going to search to see what other books are out there like this This needs to be its own genre These books are great Well the ones I have read thus far I have been lucky to read some good ones I had this book sitting on my shelf for quite a while Recently, I have read or attempted to read and the...

  9. Desiree says:

    I received a free copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I loved this book A real edge of your seat thriller HP finds a cool looking cell phone on the train in Sweden It keeps asking him if he wants to play a game and it knows his name He eventually gets sucked into The Game , earning kudos, points and money for doing progressively risky and illegal assigned tasks in the real world He doesn t care why, he is having too much fun feeling like he is a superstar I received a free copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I loved this book A real edge of your seat thriller HP finds a cool looking cell phone on the train in Sweden It keeps asking him if he wants to play a game and it knows his name He eventually gets sucked into The Game , earning kudos, points and money for doing progressively risky and illegal assigned tasks in the real world He doesn t care why, he is having too much fun feeling like he is a superstar online as the camera on the phone records his antics and his fans watch and comment on the videos The stakes get progressively ...

  10. Margaret says:

    Promising idea, but not so well executed It had its moments of excitement but didn t escalate the way I hoped The writing style, a little bit confusing but you can follow it after a while The ending is pointing towards the second book.

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