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Attic – Gefahr aus der Tiefe ist ein Thriller-Roman der US-amerikanischen Autoren Douglas Preston und Lincoln Child. Die Originalausgabe wurde vom New Yorker Verlag Forge Books veröffentlicht. erschien die deutsche Übersetzung bei. Attic – Gefahr aus der Tiefe (englischer Originaltitel: Reliquary) ist ein Thriller-Roman der US-amerikanischen Autoren Douglas Preston und Lincoln Child. Attic: Gefahr aus der Tiefe: wephp.co: Preston, Douglas, Child, Lincoln: Bücher. Attic: Gefahr aus der Tiefe. Lesung | Lincoln Child, Douglas Preston, Thomas Piper, Thomas A. Merk | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle. New York wird von einer Serie grauenhafter Morde an Obdachlosen heimgesucht. Das Geheimnis kommt aus der Tiefe. "Devil's Attic", Dachboden des Teufels.
Attic – Gefahr aus der Tiefe (englischer Originaltitel: Reliquary) ist ein Thriller-Roman der US-amerikanischen Autoren Douglas Preston und Lincoln Child. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Attic - Gefahr aus der Tiefe / Pendergast Bd.2«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! New York wird von einer Serie grauenhafter Morde an Obdachlosen heimgesucht. Das Geheimnis kommt aus der Tiefe. "Devil's Attic", Dachboden des Teufels. You know, the incompetent police captain who source nothing but whine and always try to either claim glory or Werder Vfb others to his advantage or the chief who is more concerned of his political standing over doing what is right. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Hopefully, this is just an anomaly and future stories in source series will get back to the formula that worked so well in the first book. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. This one showed what the agent really was like. I Flingern Bowling totally creeped out throughout this book. Ebenso finden sich in diesem Thriller Elemente eines Krimis bzw. Zeit, dass Special Agend Pendergast, der Held des 1. The enjoyment is always in not knowing much about the book in the first place. Ein Thriller an der Grenze zwischen Alptraum und Wirklichkeit. Die Synchronstimme von Alf ist hier vielleicht nicht ganz so optimal eingesetzt. Buch Dark Secret — Mörderische Jagd 7. Ihre Zustimmung können Check this out jederzeit in unserer Datenschutzerklärung widerrufen. Nach " Relic " habe ich nun auch " Attic " gelesen und es war noch spannender und aufregender als sein " Vorgänger " Nachdem das Geheimnis des deformierten Skelettes gelüftet wird, formt sich nach und nach ein abgrundtief grauenhafte Erkenntnis…. Viele der bekannten Protagonisten aus "Relic" sind auch hier wieder mit am Ball. Attic — Gefahr aus der Tiefe 3. Es sind Wrinkler, stark deformierte Menschen, die unter Drogen stehen.
Kirk Carver I completely agree with this review. Jun 29, PM. What a fun and suspenseful book to read! Fans of Relic will enjoy Reliquary.
All the same characters from Pendergast, Margo to D'Agosta are in this sequel. You'll enjoy a few new characters such as Hayward a badass woman cop for NYPD to the chief of police that's the typical narcissistic politician that makes bad decisions.
Woah, sounds familiar, huh? This was so fascinating since it's based on facts and the community that live b What a fun and suspenseful book to read!
This was so fascinating since it's based on facts and the community that live below New York City. I really loved this part of the book besides all the science information Dr.
Margo Green has to solve. Anyway, I love this series! The books are gripping, suspenseful and have a wonderful quality of great characters to love and hate.
The books are very entertaining and honestly, isn't that what you want while reading a book?
Uh, yes please! Thanks to my awesome friend Terry for doing a buddy read with me on this book. Looking forward to tackling book 3 with you!!
View all 4 comments. Oct 03, J. The excellent continuation of the Pendergast series. A great sequel to the first of the Pendergast series, Reliquary is an absorbing, page-turner that is better than its predecessor.
Seeing updates of this book popping up in my feed recently was a good reminder that I've been intending to continue with this series.
Reliquary is the sequel to Relic with the same cast of main characters who survived the horrors at the Museum of Natural History, after a time-gap of about eighteen months.
I find that it is not easy writing reviews for thriller novels. The enjoyment is always in not knowing much about the book in the first place.
So if you want to know about the plot, you'll not find it here. All I can say is that if you have read Relic and its Epilogue, the mystery is not so mysterious after all.
As for the plot, it is predictable but entertaining. This is a series about Agent Pendergast, so you know he is going to survive, right?
And he better damn well does as I really enjoyed the Pendergast character. He is eccentric, learned, calm and competent. Despite his strangeness, this Southern gentleman is not to be trifled with.
I love how he exudes this threatening presence without ever needing to raise his voice or point a gun at his intended target.
This is not to say that the other main, and even supporting, characters are shabby too, each having a distinct personality suited to their respective role within the story.
I have to admit that there are some typical annoying individuals that always seem to appear in these stories.
You know, the incompetent police captain who does nothing but whine and always try to either claim glory or blame others to his advantage or the chief who is more concerned of his political standing over doing what is right.
Characters like these are the one cliche that I could seriously do without as they infuriate me to no end. Notwithstanding, the fact that I want some individuals to live and some others to die a less than peaceful death only shows that the book is thoroughly engaging me.
Reliquary takes the story out of the Museum of Natural History into the underground tunnels of New York City; from one atmospheric and creepy location to another setting that is even more sinister.
The real history of NYC has it that there is a massive web of underground tunnels - a significant portion of which are still unmapped - which are inhabited by people.
The author took inspiration from the published stories of these inhabitants who are called "the mole people" to shed light on the plight of these underground homeless.
The geek in me has always enjoyed a bit of scientific investigation, whether it is steeped in real theories and discoveries, or not.
This book reminded me both of Patricia Cornwell's Scarpetta and Crichton's Jurassic Park series as forensic science meets evolutionary biology.
Between these interesting laboratory scenes and the great action ones in the underground tunnels, I find myself unwilling to put down the book when I had to.
This review can also be found at Booknest Eighteen months before, she had stared into the face of Mbwun, seen her reflection in its feral red eyes.
First of all: the cover of Reliquary is misleading. It was important for me to get that off my chest, because Reliquary is the first Pendergast novel that I read out of sequence.
Well, the closing chapters of Relic and the cov Eighteen months before, she had stared into the face of Mbwun, seen her reflection in its feral red eyes.
Well, the closing chapters of Relic and the cover art of Reliquary had me thinking that this was going to be a repeat of the previous novel.
Categorising it is basically impossible. Brambell, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Sound familiar? It should. Even though there is a Mbwun connection, it is rather unique and not quite what I had expected.
That said - this novel requires a lot of suspension of disbelief. The one thing the book does seem to suffer from is too many protagonists.
This is the last book that features such a big leading cast, and with The Cabinet of Curiosities , Pendergast takes the lead role for himself, which makes for a much sleeker reading experience.
The good news is: the baddies are well and truly frightening. And I do mean frightening. There was something bestial about their scuttling that turned his blood to ice.
Expect scenes involving sewers, tunnels, subways, shafts… and other even more ominous surroundings. In other words, expect a lot of darkness, claustrophobia and downright terror.
In all truth: this is a 3-star book. However… the sheer level of dread the Wrinklers evoked at times garners another star.
And then the screams began: ululating, rising louder and louder as they rent the soft summer night. View all 5 comments.
Enjoyable sequel to Relic - it has the same fab characters and the same spooky story but this time set in the underground tunnels of New York.
Love all the 'science' bits as before and just think it's a fun creepy story. To add to the hilarity I listened to this one on audio and the man talking in a girl's voice made me laugh so much and then when they were denoting a thought rather than something said aloud they used an 'echo' effect - heehee!
I am so childish sometimes! You get a return of the familiar characters, but most have changed a little, partly from the events they survived and partly from the developments which befell them as a consequence of those events.
A whole other society hidden from ours, many of them the dregs of the former society they belonged to, such as criminals bailing on parole and parents skipping out on the child welfare system.
A large group of them, however, were victims of homelessness and had nowhere else to go. The authors conclude this fiction piece by pointing in the afterword to a non-fiction book written about this very subject.
The underground tunnel scenes are intense, creepy, but they never touch the atmosphere of the original. The track rabbit eating scene was one of the grossest I can remember reading about.
Reliquary is the second of long running and very popular Pendergast series - it is the sequel to The Relic. The book took off not too much after the conclusion of the first.
That same beast - you discover - was fueled by a toxic plant indigenous to the land surrounding the home of the mysterious Kothoga tribe.
This is the same people from which the Mbwun statue was taken. By the end of the story we learn that the plants near the Kothoga tribe had been burned You find out in the epilogue that there is a way to genetically sequence the leaves Reliquary takes off with this premise in mind.
Headless bodies are discovered In the sewers of NYC. The similarities to the killings of from the Museum lead to the idea that another Mbwun beast is somehow loose in the underground of the city.
In Reliquary the scientific aspects take a back seat to the action. As in the first book you encounter your share of inept police the higher you go up dumber they seem to be.
Also, the stakes in this book were much higher than the first One thing I found fascinating was the descriptions of underground NYC.
The tunnel systems- although embellished in the book - are much more elaborate and deeper than I was aware. This includes some abandoned projects like private subway systems for the ultra rich - very interesting.
I didn't care for this one quite as much as I did the first Relic. Pendergast is still a good character but the story wanders a little farther into the suspension of disbelief area.
There is one point in this book that disappointed me particularly, but to go into what would require a notable spoiler. So, the book is still readable and enjoyable, Pendergast is still a good character aside from the "Gary Stu" aspects.
He is somewhat of a superhero. The book here is still fun and an "actioner" but it's built on the last story and wobbles a bit not being as well plotted or constructed.
Read it to fill in the Pendergast saga, it's a quick read and if you plan to follow the entire "series" as Andy Griffith said in his Hamlet routine "you will need it later".
I would say don't let it put you off as later parts of the Pendergast saga are much better. A very fun book that is just a tiny step down from the awesomeness that was book 1.
The ending was a little too much "Really..? I thought it was much more violent than its predecessor, but that is a good thing with me and it definitely had a lot more going on peripherally with many side plots and extra characters.
I liked it a lot and it was a good way to spend a coupl 4. I liked it a lot and it was a good way to spend a couple of days reading time.
View 1 comment. Reliquary is to Relic what Aliens is to Alien. Both are them are great books and movies and while the first book movie focuses on a single predator in a closed space, the latter focuses on multiple predators in larger space.
Reliquary, while being as intense as Relic, also manages to have time for character development. The great writing as well a Reliquary is to Relic what Aliens is to Alien.
The great writing as well as the fast pacing carries over from Relic. In conclusion, Reliquary is a great sequel to Relic. Seems like a bit of a cash grab.
The novel Relic was a huge success and made into a fairly successful, albeit bad, movie. Naturally, the authors wanted to make a sequel.
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Notwendig immer aktiv. Nicht notwendig Nicht notwendig. Gemeinsam mit Captain Waxie steigen sie hinab in das Tunnelsystem.
Kurze Zeit später gibt es für Margo und Dr. Frock zwei schockierende Nachrichten: Brambell wird ermordet und die deformierte Leiche wird als Greg Kawakita identifiziert, ein ehemaliger Mitarbeiter des Museums.
Nach der Rückkehr der beiden Polizisten entdeckt Margo in Kawakitas zerstörtem Labor die Pflanze Lilicea mbwunensis , von der sich das Museumsmonster ernährte, und einige rätselhafte Notizen.
Sie findet heraus, dass Kawakita eine Droge herstellte, die die Menschen physisch und psychisch schädigt, woraufhin er ein schlechtes Gewissen bekam.
Frocks Idee, die Tunnels zu fluten, um die mörderischen Kreaturen im Untergrund zu vernichten, gefällt dem Polizeichef.
Als Pendergast wieder an die Oberfläche kommt, hat Margo mit Tierversuchen bereits ermittelt, dass die Droge bei den Konsumenten eine hohe Lichtempfindlichkeit bewirkt, aber auch lebensverlängernd wirkt.
Wenn die Pflanze mit salzhaltigem Meereswasser in Berührung kommt, droht eine globale Katastrophe.