Sorry

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    Sorry Epub ´ Paperback as thatWhat they hadn t counted on was their next client being a cold hearted killer But who is the killer and why has he killed Someone is mocking them and their hell is only just beginningFrom its shocking opening to its jaw dropping conclusion, SORRY is one of the most gripping thrillers ever written."/>
  • Paperback
  • 388
  • Sorry
  • Zoran Drvenkar
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
  • 0007439288

About the Author: Zoran Drvenkar

Sorry Epub ´ Paperback sorry book, SorrySorry PDF/EPUBZoran Drvenkar was born in Kri evci in Croatia in and moved to Berlin with his parents at the age of three He has been a writer since , and his novels, poems, plays and short stories have won him numerous awards and prizes Zoran Drvenkar currently still lives in BerlinIn he wrote the childrens book Die Kurzhosengang under the pseudonym Victor Caspak Yves Lanois.


SorrySorry Epub ´ Paperback sorry book, SorrySorry PDF/EPUBBerlin Four friends One extreme ideaKris, Tamara,Wolf and Frauke set up an agency called Sorry An agency to right wrongs Unfair dismissals, the wrongly accused everyone has a price, and Sorry will find out what it is It s as simple as thatWhat they hadn t counted on was their next client being a cold hearted killer But who is the killer and why has he killed Someone is mocking them and their hell is only just beginningFrom its shocking opening to its jaw dropping conclusion, SORRY is one of the most gripping thrillers ever written.

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10 thoughts on “Sorry

  1. karen says:

    sorry, no.but the people that froth over The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will likely find something to appreciate here this has all the same over the top violence and sexual abuse coupled with characters i can t seem to give a damn about with many branching storylines that eventually converge in a way that seems overplotted.so, very reminiscent of that book, to which i gave three stars, but which thei think about, the less i actually feel it deserves violence doesn t bother me i am one sorry, no.but the people that froth over The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will likely find something to appreciate here this has all the same over the top violence and sexual abuse coupled with characters i can t seem to give a damn about with many branching storylines that eventually converge in a way that seems overplotted.so, very reminiscent of that book, to which i gave three stars, but which thei think about, the less i actually feel it deserves violence doesn t bother me i am one of the people who liked American Psycho in fact, i borrowed this from work because the cover flap started thusly One Two Three That s all it takes to drive the nail into her head, to leave her hanging on the wall She deserved to die Now all he needs is absolution for his sins, and he knows just the people who can help. and i was all woohoo because i am sick and i thought that would be funny to read but all of it is written very earnestly, without any sense of humor, so what s the point it isn t entertaining it isn t even boring in a way that makes you uncomfortable, like funny games it is just an unthrilling thriller with a lot of violence and characters who seem to have difficulty adapting to their situation, and making all the wrong moves.especially frauke because seriously how did you expect that was going to end any other way oops, girl these characters do the darndest things, and it is frustrating to read this book, as a human being if this were a movie, you would all be shuussssshing me because i would be yelling what are you doing that for are you daft why would you think that was a good idea over and over.or maybe you wouldn t, because you would probably also hate the movie and you would share your raisinets with me in solidarity.this makes two two star books in a row, and that makes me grumpy.come to my blog

  2. Sonia Gomes says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Want to break up with your husband who is two timing you Pay a fee and let the Agency Sorry do it for you.Did you run over the neighbour s dog on your way to the Office Get Sorry to speak to your neighbour and arrange for the replacement or payment for the much loved pet.All your troubles, your anger, your sorrow, your guilt, your disgust, hand it over to Sorry they will take care of it, for a fee Isn t it wonderful You pay and all that disgusts you, pains you, angers you taken care of i Want to break up with your husband who is two timing you Pay a fee and let the Agency Sorry do it for you.Did you run over the neighbour s dog on your way to the Office Get Sorry to speak to your neighbour and arrange for the replacement or payment for the much loved pet.All your troubles, your anger, your sorrow, your guilt, your disgust, hand it over to Sorry they will take care of it, for a fee Isn t it wonderful You pay and all that disgusts you, pains you, angers you taken care of in a jiffy for a sum of money of course leaving your conscience squeaky clean The possibilities are immense for the newly opened Agency Sorry, money is rolling in But nothing lasts forever as the four partners of Sorry find out when on a call to an apartment they not only find a dead body but instructions on how to clean the scene of the crime, after that everything starts disintegrating terribly The question is, when do you draw the line, when should the Agency have said, this is not for me or I cannot do this The most important thing in life is to learn when to draw the line.I am always horrified and terribly saddened by brutality and if it involves children I come undone A very futile question comes to mind, Why Why Why is this happening to children In this book, I was particularly traumatised by the fact that the Victim turns Perpetrator Should such books be written Of course they should be But what if some Paedophile gets his ideas from such a book and I get a very sad reply from the depths of my being, they improvise, they know many games to keep them going.To a question should I read such books The answer is I do not want to, butI do not know how to rate such a book, so I leave it as unrated

  3. Sadie says:

    First of all I doubt Drvenkar is for everybody His writing narrative style is probably something you either love or hate I for once love it Either way, what we can agree on It s something very different.So here are the things you might want to know about Sorry don t say I didn t warn you It has multiple narrators And different point of views There s all of it First person POV, second person POV Drvenkar does that brilliantly, his other most brilliant Thriller Du is written complete First of all I doubt Drvenkar is for everybody His writing narrative style is probably something you either love or hate I for once love it Either way, what we can agree on It s something very different.So here are the things you might want to know about Sorry don t say I didn t warn you It has multiple narrators And different point of views There s all of it First person POV, second person POV Drvenkar does that brilliantly, his other most brilliant Thriller Du is written completely in 2nd POV, and it s too awesome for words and, of course, third person You can never be sure if all narrators are always reliable, not because they lead you on willingly they just don t know any better And you, the reader, know little to nothing It takes a while until you even figure out who all of these narrators are Some stay anonymous for quite a while But don t worry It will all add up at some point, and the moment of clarity will feel so very rewarding.See what happened here That is Drvenkar and what he does to me Narration and plot are much alike you just never know who s behind it, you never know what s coming next Everything could happen or maybe nothing at all Sorry is about four friends, all sad existences on their own Together, they rise to fame and fortune when they found an agency that apologises for others As you might guess by now, guilt, responsibility and shame are central issues in this book Morals and ethics are, in a way, too The plot is fast It s brutal It made me sick in a way humans can be so evil I really had to put the book away for a few moments to catch my breath And then, when I read on another twist And another turn And another one And I wonder How did he no wait really And I read on because I just can t stop.And if you re now still not sure whether this is your thing or not well, I won t tell you any, because you ll just have to try for yourself If this kind of dark story and different narration is your thing, you ll lose yourself in this book And you ll love it 5 stars, what a question More, Mr Drvenkar, please, give me

  4. Lance Greenfield says:

    Have you ever felt sympathy for a murderer What Never Do you really believe that it would be impossible for you generate such feelings Well, read Sorry and you may change your mind Don t get me wrong This story is dark, and sinister, and horrific But it certainly challenged my own vIews and values Initially, the narration is confusing The chapters flip between the main characters of the book The narration also flips from first person singular to third person singular and back again, and th Have you ever felt sympathy for a murderer What Never Do you really believe that it would be impossible for you generate such feelings Well, read Sorry and you may change your mind Don t get me wrong This story is dark, and sinister, and horrific But it certainly challenged my own vIews and values Initially, the narration is confusing The chapters flip between the main characters of the book The narration also flips from first person singular to third person singular and back again, and then into second person from time to time It is a little creepy and disconcerting to be on the receiving end of you , especially when the character in question is one of the darkest in the book Eventually, one gets used to the style, and it works really well However, throughout the book, I was wondering who the he, she or you of each chapter was referring too But that is part of the mystery and excitement of the story.The tension builds throughout There are some horrific, horrible scenes You can t afford to be squeamish when you read Sorry, that s for sure Some of the sentence construction irritated me, and there were often commas when there should have been periodsor full stopsI found it difficult to decide whether this book merits 3 or 4 stars, but plumped for four in the end.I would recommend it to friends who like a good thriller, but only to those who are likely to persevere through the initially confusing chapters

  5. Mish says:

    Kris felt he was treated unfairly by his employer and then later wrongfully dismissed from his job, but instead of seeking revenge he comes up with a plan to form an agency called Sorry along with his friend Frauke, Tamara and brother Wolf The agency is hired out, and is spokes person on behalf of companies who wish to apologise to their employees whom have felt wrongfully done by They bought a house in an isolated county side and their venture was thriving Until one day Wolf set out on his Kris felt he was treated unfairly by his employer and then later wrongfully dismissed from his job, but instead of seeking revenge he comes up with a plan to form an agency called Sorry along with his friend Frauke, Tamara and brother Wolf The agency is hired out, and is spokes person on behalf of companies who wish to apologise to their employees whom have felt wrongfully done by They bought a house in an isolated county side and their venture was thriving Until one day Wolf set out on his next assignment where he enters an apartment, supposedly to apologise to the person living there, but find a lady nailed to the wall, crucifixion style, with instructions from the killer on what to do next What follow is a series mind games, child innocents lost,murdered victims and friendships on the brink of destruction.The opening scenes of the book gave me the shivers Written in the first person narrative called YOU , the killer describes in graphic detail the crucifixion style killing, but at the same time talking directly to you, drawing you in closer to the scene while he conducted this gruesome act A cold, very uncomfortable sensation went though my body at this moment but he writer killer achieved what he wanted too and felt he was playing mind games with me as well As the story progresses it gets rather complex with the writer mixing his narratives bringing in two additional first person narratives which are anonymous but somehow connected to the story , shifting to before and after and then YOU slowly revealing himself and what his connection is to the four friends through first and third narrative Mind boggling Yes but if I can follow it anyone else can, and if you persist the rewards are beneficial.The plot was totally insane The four friends are torn between by what is morally and legally the right thing to do, or follow the instructions indicated by the killer, that will take every ounce of mental and physical capability to go through with I could feel that they were at breaking point when all four had different opinions on how to handle the situation They would deceive one another, become violent and all the while looking over their shoulder as there is evidence that they are been watched It is highly intense and played havoc on my nerves.Not everything in this book is perfect There were some over the top and slightly unbelievable situations but hey It is fiction and the benefits out way the negatives I personally got caught up in the dark and disturbing elements of this book and the extraordinary way he experimented with his writing It was a terrifying story and not for the faint hearted or weak stomach but extremely well written

  6. CuteBadger says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Four friends start an agency which is employed by companies and individuals to make the apologies they couldn t or wouldn t make themselves All goes well until a killer wants to use their services.When I got this through the post to review from Waterstones it looked like a book I d really enjoy I read a lot of crime fiction and thought I was used to bleak storylines, scenes of violence and murder However, this novel goes beyond pretty much everything I ve read before I found it gloomy, brut Four friends start an agency which is employed by companies and individuals to make the apologies they couldn t or wouldn t make themselves All goes well until a killer wants to use their services.When I got this through the post to review from Waterstones it looked like a book I d really enjoy I read a lot of crime fiction and thought I was used to bleak storylines, scenes of violence and murder However, this novel goes beyond pretty much everything I ve read before I found it gloomy, brutish, distasteful and deeply unpleasant.The idea of an apology agency is a clever one, but some of the details of the characters pasts were far too unpleasant and brutal for me There seems to have been a trend in the past few years for crime novels, and crime TV series, to have child abuse as a theme In my view it s time for this to stop as it s been used too often and is too exploitative Some of the scenes of abuse in this novel are very explicit and likely to be too much for many readers, myself included.I also found the book deeply and unremittingly depressing as there doesn t seem to be a single ray of light in the darkness The structure of the novel is deliberately quite confusing in order to hide the identity of who is narrating at particular points There are sections headed Before and After which move the reader through time this also makes things complicated and tried my patience.All in all, I d have to say that this is one of the most unpleasant and gloomy books I ve ever read

  7. Rich Stoehr says:

    There s a saying that applies here Nothing good ever comes for free Zoran Drvenkar s thriller novel Sorry is a nearly ideal illustration of this idea It s a deceptively simple yet compelling ideathe sort of thing that sounds brilliant when you re drunk and hanging out with your friends And that s exactly what happens at the outset of Sorry Old friends Kris, Frauke, Wolf, and Tamara each seem lost on their own, but one night they have an idea Just a spark, but it catches and within a f There s a saying that applies here Nothing good ever comes for free Zoran Drvenkar s thriller novel Sorry is a nearly ideal illustration of this idea It s a deceptively simple yet compelling ideathe sort of thing that sounds brilliant when you re drunk and hanging out with your friends And that s exactly what happens at the outset of Sorry Old friends Kris, Frauke, Wolf, and Tamara each seem lost on their own, but one night they have an idea Just a spark, but it catches and within a few weeks they re running an agency that provides the service of apology the need is guilt, and the product is forgiveness And for a while, it s great The business is a success and the four friends are making plenty of money,than they ve ever had before Until someone hires then to apologize for a murder and to dispose of the body when they re done What follows unfolds quickly and intelligently Drvenkar uses a constantly shifting narrative perspective to weave a tale of violence and deep seated trauma that is at times shocking, at times sad, and at all times keeps the pages turning The multiple perspectives really work here, as the story jumps forward and back in time and from place to place, dropping hints along the way but keeping this reader guessing all the way to the end Sorry isthan a thriller too The multiple characters, each with their own history and their reasons for what they do, present a rich tapestry of motivations and impulses No black and white answers to be found here, nor even shades of grey, but many colors all coming together to make you question what is good end what is evil, and to wonder if maybe that changes in the right circumstances If you prefer simple, neatly wrapped mysteries then Sorry may not be for you But for a story that presents the rich and messy complexities of life through believable characters and an original concept, it doesn t get much better than this Sorry is that rarest of mysteries, a puzzle where even if you think you know who the killer is, there s still so muchof the story to uncover that you can t help but keep going until all the pieces are in place It s a story about how even good intentions, poorly thought through, can come at an unbearable price

  8. Denise says:

    2.0 out of 5 stars SORRY this was not for me.This suspense thriller about four disaffected friends whose unique business venture goes dreadfully wrong was not for me I would call it a complicated mess As a device, the author used shifting points of view throughout the narrative as well as all different voices first, second and third person alternatively so that the reader was often confused Not only that, but there were also backward and forward movements in time so that any sense of an u 2.0 out of 5 stars SORRY this was not for me.This suspense thriller about four disaffected friends whose unique business venture goes dreadfully wrong was not for me I would call it a complicated mess As a device, the author used shifting points of view throughout the narrative as well as all different voices first, second and third person alternatively so that the reader was often confused Not only that, but there were also backward and forward movements in time so that any sense of an unfolding sequence of events was absent In addition, often things that happened were hinted at rather than fully described which also left the reader constantly guessing about what was going on.Ordinarily I like a thriller that makes me think and gives me a lot of clues to analyze or things to ponder, but this was all over the place Themes of child pornography and sexual abuse, torture, gratuitous killing, etc advanced the plot someone is using the concept of sorry to commit revenge murder The ending wasn t satisfying nor am I sure that I completely understood the whole point of everything or who did what to whom I didn t like it It was hard work to read I m glad I finished it, finally And I won t be recommending it PASS

  9. Chip says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I enjoyed, or at least was intrigued, by much of the book Towards the last quarter or so however, I really started to wonder where it was going, and how the various characters and threads were going to come together Well, spoiler They didn t Certainly not in a logical or sensible manner, in any event.

  10. Kirsty says:

    My first thought when closing the final pages of this book was WOW I haven t read a thriller recently that packs quite as much of a punch as this one It tells the story of a group of four friends who decide to go into business together with a new, original idea They set up an agency to say sorry on behalf of their clients the idea is that big businesses don t want the embarrassment of having to admit in person that they re wrong, so our protagonists do it for them, for a fee All is goi My first thought when closing the final pages of this book was WOW I haven t read a thriller recently that packs quite as much of a punch as this one It tells the story of a group of four friends who decide to go into business together with a new, original idea They set up an agency to say sorry on behalf of their clients the idea is that big businesses don t want the embarrassment of having to admit in person that they re wrong, so our protagonists do it for them, for a fee All is going well, until one unusual request sets them on a spiral that will change all of their lives forever The action starts on the first page and doesn t let up throughout Reading the blurb I expected this to be an average thriller, but it s better than many I ve read There are many twists and turns and you re never quite sure where the author is going to take you next The characters are flawed, but you can t help but like them and so when things start to turn sour you find yourself rooting for them The writer also handles multiple narration perspectives surprisingly well sometimes it s third person, sometimes first and occasionally even second person, which is a little strange at first but works really well in this novel It s not for the faint hearted there were plenty of passages that left my heart racing and there s a fair bit of gore, plus some sensitive subject matter If that doesn t bother you though, this is an excellent read