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BookThe Boy From The Woods
AuthorHarlan Coben
LanguageEnglish
Size2.3 MB
Pages449
CategoryNovels

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Thirty years ago, Wilde was found as a wild child in the woods with no memory of his past. As an adult, he still doesn’t know where he came from and another child has disappeared.

No one really seems to take Naomi Pine’s disappearance seriously, not even her dad, with one exception. Hester Crimstein, a tv crime attorney, learns from her grandson that the Naomi was relentlessly bullied at the school. Hester asks Wilde, with whom she has a tragic connection, to use her unique abilities to find Naomi.

Wilde can’t ignore an outcast in trouble, but to find Naomi he must venture back to the community he never fit in, a place where the powerful are protected even as they hold secrets that could destroy the lives of millions. . . Secrets Wilde must uncover before it’s too late.

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Think this book as baseball from the outside in.
The outer horse skin (since 1974 cowhide due to the scarcity of horses) is the central adult cast. Lawyers, TV personality, police chief, teacher, and a few bad guys. Adult women and various men even engage in seventy-odd sexual shenanigans. The two figure-of-eight cowhides on the ball are connected by 108 stitches, which could symbolize the number of twists and turns in the book, including an eighth cousin of Romulus and Remus, a werewolf who is either too good or too weird. be appropriate to describe.

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The next layer is the tightly wound wool and polyester/cotton yarns. In this element are the children. Precocious, bad, nice and typical teenagers, mostly rich and spoiled.
The heroines of the two outer layers range from Olive Oyl to Paris Hilton, Valerie Bertinelli and Greta Garbo.


The core of this baseball is the pill. It’s a cherry-sized solid cork and rubber compound that offers pop when hit well. That central pill is American politics.
Is there a suspenseful/chilling storybook in 2020 that doesn’t feature Trump operating under a cheesy pseudonym? This one is called Rusty Eggers, and one of his opponents is the thinly disguised Bernie Sanders.
Adding it all up, Harlan Coben hit a solid triple and maybe an inside-the-park home run. Play ball!

When I started reading The Boys in the Woods, I felt like I was reading a pulp novel. It was an easy book to read. At first I found the plot and characters predictable. As I read, the many twists and turns in the story made it completely unpredictable; which made the novel even more entertaining.

Coben weaves a plot that reminds me of the fanfare and rumors surrounding the raw video and audio tapes of Trump from the television show The Apprentice, which were allegedly damaging and would derail his 2016 presidential bid. There was pressure on the producers to release these tapes with the same “Hitler” plot to get them released. That never happened.

This is not the best of Coben’s novels, but I still highly recommend it. It would be a quick and entertaining read on a long flight or vacation.

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Coben is back in fine form with twisted plotlines, unexpected twists, catchy characters, and a thread of political analysis and sly cynicism about good and evil as believable as he does a deft job of tying up most of the loose ends. Barring the possible discovery of Wilde’s DNA which could lead to his tangled beginnings, Wilde happily boards a plane with the newly reunited teenage mother and daughter, who for several chapters bear an insufficient physical resemblance to Wilde, the astute observer and detective. that I never had. Guess… Well, nobody’s perfect.

And does that mean Wilde and Co will populate future novels? And then there’s Donald Trump’s sinister presidential candidate, whom Coben portrays throughout the book as a threat to America, a complete sociopath and likely murderer, only to flash back at the end to portray him as a mentally terrified friend trying to protect him. in the afterlife of the woman he loved. Then there are the references to Myron Boltar and Wynn: Hester picks up the phone with “Articulate” and references a close friend from his past who taught her how to do it; however, for Coben fans, this is one of his best, he’s back. way and fun to read.

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