Cari Mora

Cari MoraDownload Cari Mora Thomas Harris From The Creator Of Hannibal Lecter And The Silence Of The Lambs Comes A Story Of Evil, Greed, And The Consequences Of Dark Obsession.Twenty Five Million Dollars In Cartel Gold Lies Hidden Beneath A Mansion On The Miami Beach Waterfront Ruthless Men Have Tracked It For Years Leading The Pack Is Hans Peter Schneider Driven By Unspeakable Appetites, He Makes A Living Fleshing Out The Violent Fantasies Of Other, Richer Men Cari Mora, Caretaker Of The House, Has Escaped From The Violence In Her Native Country She Stays In Miami On A Wobbly Temporary Protected Status, Subject To The Iron Whim Of ICE She Works At Many Jobs To Survive Beautiful, Marked By War, Cari Catches The Eye Of Hans Peter As He Closes In On The Treasure But Cari Mora Has Surprising Skills, And Her Will To Survive Has Been Tested Before.Monsters Lurk In The Crevices Between Male Desire And Female Survival No Other Writer In The Last Century Has Conjured Those Monsters With Terrifying Brilliance Than Thomas Harris Cari Mora, His Sixth Novel, Is The Long Awaited Return Of An American Master.

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name This is Thomas HarrisThomas Harris began his writing career covering crime in the United States and Mexico, and was a reporter and editor for the Associated Press in New York City His first novel, Black Sunday, was printed in 1975, followed by Red Dragon in 1981, The Silence of the Lambs in 1988, Hannibal in 1

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  • Hardcover
  • 311 pages
  • Cari Mora
  • Thomas Harris
  • English
  • 15 May 2019
  • 9781538750148

10 thoughts on “Cari Mora

  1. Ron Charles says:

    Gourmand serial killer Hannibal Lecter may be off the menu, but now his creator, Thomas Harris, has added a new dish of terror Cari Mora is Harris s first novel since Hannibal Rising appeared 13 years ago Fans of his earlier best selling books and the movies and TV shows wrung from them will taste familiar ingredients in Cari Mora, along with a touch of Stieg Larsson s Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and even a dash of Carl Hiaasen s Florida zaniness But the whole thing would definitely go better with some fava beans.The story is mostly a snooze not so much The Silence of the Lambs as The Counting of the Sheep It opens in Biscayne Bay at a mansion once owned by the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar After passing through the hands of playboys, filmmakers and speculators, this fabled house now sits unused, filled with monster mannequins, s...

  2. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Two it cannot be true I waited for 13 years and got this boring, predictable book with worst plot reminds you of low budgeted action movies stars As soon as I hear, one of the greatest thriller writers is back with a new book, I started to dance and raise my punch in the air while I was screaming Yess Well, when I start flipping the pages, my punch was still raised in the air but this time , it was punching an invisible man actually I was imagining the writer on my head, because I was so pissed off when I see missing potentials and opportunities and this book is totally both of them We meet Hans Peter Schneider, a serial killer, sadistic, dangerous man but there is nothing sophisticated or intriguing about him if you compare him with Hannibal, he s Disney character and worst copycat, only interesting thing he shares name with Hans Gruber all time best villain rents the house on Miami Waterfront was once owned by notorious Pablo Escobar,for finding millions of dollars of buried gold The house caretaker Cari Mora, tormented but tough heroine, escaped from violent past, is still scared of being sent back to her native country When I expect Chianti and fava beans, I didn t even get a Cuban cigar Because vague and graphic parts weren t terrifying, they were just distasteful From the begin...

  3. Sam Quixote says:

    I d give this zero stars if I could what an unbearably tedious load of twaddle Thomas Harris new novel, Cari Mora, was Cari Mora is the caretaker of a house on the Miami waterfront that used to belong to Pablo Escobar Unbeknownst to her, there s millions of dollars of gold buried somewhere on the property and bad guys, including psychopathic Hans Peter Schneider, are after it which means she s in the way and has to go But, of course, Cari is no pushover let battle commence I don t know how a writer as experienced and talented as Harris could ve made such a dog s dinner of a seemingly straightforward story, but he completely bungles the execution It s an unfocused and unnecessarily complicated narrative with awkward scene transitions random flashbacks to the past and too many pointless details that slow an already sedate narrative down to an interminably glacial pace A lot of the time it s confusing and unclear what s happening and why, and it s always, always uninteresting It amounts to one set of dull wafer thin characters vs another set with a predictable conclusion duuuh, d you think the obviously good c...

  4. ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~ ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣ says:

    I can t stave off my suspicion that this was written by some randomized neuro network choosing words at random just to follow it up with combining them into random phrases I m not sure how a human is supposed to read it Or have written it.A supremely boring novel about something or other I won t be bothered finding out, of what exactly A bunch of dudes keep stumbling about and raving about stuff and having the dullest ever adventures of the kind that induce sleep in 321zzZZZ The only plotline that makes any kind of sense is the line of Cari and her child soldier background And even that was undercooked The rest is all over the place in just the way that the best chapter is about some croco s digestion I m not kidding Q The crocodile, pleasantly full, swam south, submerging whenever a boat came by She was a fourteen foot saltwater crocodile and she spent part of her time in the Everglades eating juvenile Burmese pythons and the odd muskrat and nutria, but she preferred the salt bay of the South Bay Country Club, where she basked on land near the golf course fairway Crocodiles, unable to chew, must eat large creatures in chunks after they have decom...

  5. *TANYA* says:

    Pulse pounding thriller I CANNOT BELIEVE THOSE WORDS WERE USED TO DESCRIBE THIS BOOK Yes, I m yelling a la Annie Wilkes No, just no I was soooo looking forward to this book, how is it the same author from Silence of Lambs wrote this caca doodie Needless to say I am gra...

  6. J.D. Barker says:

    With CARI MORA Thomas Harris does what he does best takes us on a spine tingling, edge of your seat ride steeped in intrigue and nail biting suspense You will not sleep You will not eat This book screams to be devoured in one sitting.

  7. Jason says:

    Goodness.eek.What.uh.what was that Cari Mora, the most recent brain child of famed writer Thomas Harris, does 2 things brilliantly it confuses the reader, and it bores the reader.There are so many flimsy character connections and even flimsier motives behind the characters actions that I didn t know what the hell the novel was trying to be Crime novel Thriller Psycho thriller Horror Historical fiction Nature pamphlet Miami vacation tour brochure We are introduced to so many characters, with almost no character development for any of them, that I couldn t remember to which team each of them belonged, nor who was the bad guy or good guy half the time I m not entirely sure what point Cari had in even being in the story, other than to be a half assed attempt by Harris at constructing a successful heroine on par with Sterling in Silence of the Lambs She is given bizarre, choppy flashbacks which are supposed to give us some insight into why she is the way that she is but it fails, because Harris forgets to tell the reader just who the hell Cari Mora is supposed to be Why is she there What s her purpose What s her motive for anything Because I m not believing her pa...

  8. Peter says:

    This Harris book was a bit of a tour de force and I didn t like it the way I liked his other books A gold treasure buried somewhere in the former house of Pablo Escobar and some crooks trying to get it The baddest crook is Hans Peter Schneider, a sadistic German who once studied medicine and sells organs, Don Ernesto, Jesus, Capt Marco Everybody tries to get his share, some die Then you have mysterious former FARQ fighter Cari Mora Can she survive the story Is she able to get the gold There were too many characters involved, too much Spanish spoken maybe his target readers should speak Spanish here , the frame story was a bit simple gold buried in a difficult way in a house and the chapters read a bit long winded You can read this book, no question, but watching it as a movie would be the better option Not completely bad, but different to Harris other books, with a bad guy that reminded me a bit on Pendergast maybe Harris wanted to give a satire on that character That is a contem...

  9. Darwin8u says:

    Ugh I bought a copy with Harris signature in it from BN If not for the neat autograph, I d ask for my money back The best thing about this book was the cover Someone needed to pay off a mortgage, a mistress, or send their kid to Harvard I...

  10. Erin Clemence says:

    I was so torn on what to rate this book On one hand well, it s Thomas Harris.but on the other hand nothing can compare to the iconic Hannibal Lecter, and it s silly to even try Alas Cari Mora is the caretaker of an old mansion, notoriously known as previously belonging to drug kingpin Pablo Escobar Living in Miami Beach, Cari is trying to stay under the radar and out of trouble Years ago, she fled to the United States to escape her life as a child soldier, and has had wobbly immigration status ever since Hans Peter Schneider does bad deeds for even worse people, including the kidnapping and selling of young women to the highest bidder When he spots Cari Mora, he knows that she will be his next target and when he discovers the infamous house she is responsible for and what possibly lies underneath it , he sees an oppourtunity he can t turn down Cari Mora is fast paced and page turning Small chapters make this novel a quick read, but if you are expecting another The Silence of the Lambs, prepare for disappointment Cari herself is a great character, tough as nails and ready to take down anyone who gets in her way She is the ultimate female phoenix rising from the ashes of a horrible background and trying to start her life anew Hans Peter is also eerily intriguing, for all of ...

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