Pelagia Und Der Rote Hahn

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    IGNOU M.Com Study Material, IGNOU Books, Free Download einen ermordeten Passagier findet Nat rlich beauftragt man Und Der Rote PDF/EPUB » Pelagia mit der Kl rung des Falles Die junge Nonne macht sich auf die Suche nach dem M rder, der alles tut, um seiner Verfolgerin zu entkommen selbst wenn er sie daf r t ten muss Als ebenso kluge wie charmante Begleiterin ist Schwester Pelagia ihrem Bischof Mitrofani unentbehrlich geworden, und so begleitet sie ihn auf einer Schiffsreise von Moskau nach Zarinin Schon bald werden ihre kriminalistischen F higkeiten auf eine erneute Probe gestellt Ein Passagier wird nachts in seiner Kabine im Schlaf berrascht und umgebracht Es handelt sich um den Anf hrer einer zum Judentum konvertierten Gruppe orthodoxer Russen, die auf dem Weg nach Jerusalem ist, ins Heilige LandDiese Gruppe hatte dem Ermordeten nicht nur ihre gesamte Reisekasse anvertraut, sondern ihn auch als ihren Messias verehrt Doch seinen b rgerlichen Namen und seine Herkunft scheint niemand auf dem Schiff zu kennen So steuert man den n chsten Hafen an, wo Sergej Sergejewitsch Dolinin, ein hoher Beamter des russischen Innenministeriums, bereits auf Pelagia wartet, um mit ihr die Ermittlungen aufzunehmen Er hat den Geburtsort des Messias in Erfahrung gebracht, und so machen sich die beiden zu diesem im Ural gelegenen Ort auf Dort angekommen, finden sie schnell den eigentlichen Namen des Opfers heraus Pjotr ScheluchinDolinin scheint sich mit dieser Auskunft zu begn gen und reist zur ck nach St Petersburg Doch Pelagia kann sich damit nicht zufrieden geben Die neugierige Nonne setzt ihre Nachforschungen fort und wird selbst zur Gejagten, als man zum ersten Mal versucht, sie umzubringen Der M rder heftet sich fortan an ihre Fersen und zwingt sie zu einer weiten Reise, die sie bis nach Jerusalem f hrt."/>
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  • Pelagia Und Der Rote Hahn
  • Boris Akunin
  • German
  • 03 December 2019
  • 3442455014

About the Author: Boris Akunin

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10 thoughts on “Pelagia Und Der Rote Hahn

  1. Gil Smolinski says:

    Akunin s most grisly story, but a great one nevertheless I m going to miss sister Pelagia Full review here Akunin s most grisly story, but a great one nevertheless I m going to miss sister Pelagia Full review here

  2. Androcles says:

    This book reminds me somewhat of a mayonnaise gone slightly wrong It has all the required ingredients, many of which are of the highest quality, but their proportions, the way in which they have been added and the sequence of their incorporation and direction of stir are not the best and the result lacks smoothness and satisfaction If I were to rate this book on the basis of its last 2 3 chapters I would give it 5They are striking in their intensity, imagination, profundity and aud This book reminds me somewhat of a mayonnaise gone slightly wrong It has all the required ingredients, many of which are of the highest quality, but their proportions, the way in which they have been added and the sequence of their incorporation and direction of stir are not the best and the result lacks smoothness and satisfaction If I were to rate this book on the basis of its last 2 3 chapters I would give it 5They are striking in their intensity, imagination, profundity and audacity, and in their ability to provoke thought we are given a touch of Faust, of Leo Tolstoy and Dante Alighieri all in the space of a few pages And by then they are a most welcome reprieve Because at other moments, earlier in the text I was left for long stretches in a state of profound ennui Cut to the chase Boris I would say Why so many characters I would add And why are so many of them so similar What am I missing It is like a game of chess with too many rooks, and far far too many pawns Too many protagonists are given similar weightings and I found myself unable to commit myself to any one of them for any length of time other than to Sister Pelagia and to Bishop Mitrofanii whom we have enjoyed so much earlier in the series And I suppose I wanted to see a littleof them too I love your books Boris, but I think I ll take a wee break from Sister Pelagia and from Erast Fandorin for a while maybe see you again in the springtime

  3. Kris says:

    Religious mysteries seem to be in vogue, but this was just stupid I ve never heard of special caves or their relationship to red roosters before, maybe it s a russian thing or completely from the author s imagination, but that plot point was so out there it ruined the story for me The strange town and castle with the psychotic russian nobleman were hardly believable, but the super assassin and the graphic details of his kills were stomach churning and ultimately unresolved This is supposed Religious mysteries seem to be in vogue, but this was just stupid I ve never heard of special caves or their relationship to red roosters before, maybe it s a russian thing or completely from the author s imagination, but that plot point was so out there it ruined the story for me The strange town and castle with the psychotic russian nobleman were hardly believable, but the super assassin and the graphic details of his kills were stomach churning and ultimately unresolved This is supposed to be the last of the Pelagia stories and Thank you for that

  4. Agnes says:

    OK, I struggled through this one trying to decipher what was going on due to the various characters all in love with the nun and their investigations.should not have bothered since the ending was so sacrilegious for reasons nothing to do with the nun.

  5. Bibliophile says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Sister Pelagia and the Red Cockerel is the third of Boris Akunin s mystery series starring an insatiably curious Orthodox nun named Pelagia, who seems to get mixed up in some very unsavory affairs on a regular basis This outing finds Pelagia traveling to the Holy Land in pursuit of a mysterious wandering stranger and facing mortal danger as well as fleas on a constant basis.I thought this was the weakest of the Pelagia novels The setting is mostly outside the fictional town of Zavolszhk and Sister Pelagia and the Red Cockerel is the third of Boris Akunin s mystery series starring an insatiably curious Orthodox nun named Pelagia, who seems to get mixed up in some very unsavory affairs on a regular basis This outing finds Pelagia traveling to the Holy Land in pursuit of a mysterious wandering stranger and facing mortal danger as well as fleas on a constant basis.I thought this was the weakest of the Pelagia novels The setting is mostly outside the fictional town of Zavolszhk and outside Russia altogether, so Pelagia s wanderings in the then Ottoman province of Palestine don t have the atmosphere that the other novels do Secondly, the mystery isopaque and hinges around metaphysical questions of faith rather than human evildoers although there are plenty of those and therefore, I found that aspect less satisfying as well Finally, Pelagia keeps getting into trouble and mostly getting out of it simply because of random coincidences, rather than as she has in the past using her own formidable wits to get her out of tight spots Also, the body count was enormous in this one, which was a bit off putting The ending makes me think this is going to be the last Pelagia novel, so I guess Akunin decided to kill off as many folks as possible

  6. Colleen says:

    I don t know if I d necessarily have someone start with Pelagia or recommend this series to friends I think you d have to be crazy not to like the Erast Fandorin books, but Pelagia isdifferent.One of the recurring troubles for Pelagia in this book made me think of a parallel to myself as well The first impression she gives off to people is a rather ungainly, overly curious, red headed unnattractive nun, but then a few days in her company and they re madly in love So this happened to me too I don t know if I d necessarily have someone start with Pelagia or recommend this series to friends I think you d have to be crazy not to like the Erast Fandorin books, but Pelagia isdifferent.One of the recurring troubles for Pelagia in this book made me think of a parallel to myself as well The first impression she gives off to people is a rather ungainly, overly curious, red headed unnattractive nun, but then a few days in her company and they re madly in love So this happened to me too, so ironic I find myself having to work with these novels and they re not exactly light, kick back, and have everything spelled out for you murder mysteries Sometimes it can be annoying to put forth effort and hard to figure out what s going on or plowing through dense paragraphs, but Akunin is always enjoyable reading and the reader is always ultimately rewarded You just have to savor his books Also, it is worth it just for the pay off in this I ve been rolling what happens at the end around my brain now for days I can safely say that with all my assiduous attention to this book, I did not see what happens at the end coming at all So shocking I can t make up my mind if I like it or notwhich probably means that it s amazing and I should love it

  7. Leanne says:

    Favorite book on time travel ever Reading all the negative reviews of the novel, I could understand because yes it is grisly, and yes the plot is crazy. with time travel and armageddon mixd in with a boatload of religious fanatics, crazy converts and prophets both murdered and doubles alike Sister Pelagia is Miss Marple in the guise of an Orthodox nun and well. her time travel back to the streets of Jerusalem, Sodom and beyond. are all totally over the top And yet I could not Favorite book on time travel ever Reading all the negative reviews of the novel, I could understand because yes it is grisly, and yes the plot is crazy. with time travel and armageddon mixd in with a boatload of religious fanatics, crazy converts and prophets both murdered and doubles alike Sister Pelagia is Miss Marple in the guise of an Orthodox nun and well. her time travel back to the streets of Jerusalem, Sodom and beyond. are all totally over the top And yet I could not put it down Like Akunin, I am a Japanese translator and am planning to check out his Japan series next The author sounds to me like a force of nature fun article here

  8. Lucy says:

    Have rooster, will travel.

  9. Kat says:

    A very odd read especially in relation to the two other books in the series If you are looking for a straight forward mystery, I would think twice about picking this one up.

  10. June Adomaityte says:

    As soon as I finished The Black Monk, I plunged into The Red Cockerel, which had been waiting patiently on the Kindle for several years Sadly, I didn t like it as much as the other Sister Pelagia s novels It was CONFUSING It had too little of too much So many interesting threads, all of them leading either nowhere or getting snapped just a few inches centimetres whatever later I did not like the ending both personally and non personally Non personally I think that it a Did not end the sto As soon as I finished The Black Monk, I plunged into The Red Cockerel, which had been waiting patiently on the Kindle for several years Sadly, I didn t like it as much as the other Sister Pelagia s novels It was CONFUSING It had too little of too much So many interesting threads, all of them leading either nowhere or getting snapped just a few inches centimetres whatever later I did not like the ending both personally and non personally Non personally I think that it a Did not end the story, only truncated it and b Did not make sense I m a literary dunce, but I get a chime that Akunin borrowed the Great Inquisitor from Dostoevsky in this one That s an original idea, but it could have been done cooler