The Angel of Darkness and The Alienist

The Angel of Darkness and The Alienist None

  • Title: The Angel of Darkness and The Alienist
  • Author: Caleb Carr
  • ISBN: 9780316644990
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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    Caleb Carr

    Caleb Carr is an American novelist and military historian The son of Lucien Carr, a former UPI editor and a key Beat generation figure, he was born in Manhattan and lived for much of his life on the Lower East Side He attended Kenyon College and New York University, earning a B.A in military and diplomatic history He is a contributing editor of MHQ The Quarterly Journal of Military History and writes frequently on military and political affairs.

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    • Read the Alienist first and them this. Love this author

    • Great follow up to an even greater book!

    • I tried and tried to finish this book. But after three months of falling asleep, I just can't I loved "The Alienist," and this book has an equally interesting story, but MAN is it sloooow. Too slow for me. Also, it has a lot of typos/grammatical mistakes, which are a big turn off and a big contradiction to the book's otherwise immaculate diction. Maybe someday I'll finish it.or the ending.

    • This is actually two books. The Alienist is one of my favorite historical mysteries. The characters and story are very well developed and of their time. I liked the sequel, but not quite as much. The change of narator was not as strong. I always wanted another sequel from the female character's perspective.

    • As always a great story combined with factual history thrown in to give an indepth depiction of the period. Carr delves into the underbelly which was the hardscrapple New York City streets. A tour de force which is hard for other authors to attain. My only wish is for this author to write more books!!!!! Bravo!

    • Mary Van De Walle

      (Aug 23, 2019 - 12:06 PM)

      Five stars for the pure candy corn delight of a read that is "The Alienist". Can't say the same for the sequel which is also part of the set, "Angel of Darkness". However, if you ever felt like you were a member of the Blood Hound Gang then The Alienist is the book for you.

    • I didn't have any expectations when I picked up this book but I really liked it. Carr really draws the characters beautifully and the setting is as clear as can be. Haven't read Angel of Darkness yet.

    • The Alienist is one of my all time favorite books. Mr. Carr casts an amazing picture of Teddy Roosevelt's Manhattan, at a time when the serial killer phenomenon was just being noticed in the civilized world. Very compelling thriller, with a very vivid depiction of historical Manhattan.

    • Good but not as good as The Alienist

    • Lauren Arbolino

      (Aug 23, 2019 - 12:06 PM)

      The Alienist is one of my favorite reads and rereads. If you like a mystery and a psychological thriller, this is historical fiction at its best.

    • The Alienist is probably my favorite book of all time!!

    • Read both - you won't be disappointed.

    • The Alienist is an awesome historical fiction detective novel set in turn of the century New York. The sequel, Angel of Darkness, proved he was a one-hit-wonder

    • Lynn Mclaughlin

      (Aug 23, 2019 - 12:06 PM)

      Loved this one too! Haven't read anything else by him that even approached these first two. ( The Alienist & The Angel of Darkness)

    • Not as good as the alienist

    • Loved these 1800's era CSI books.

    • Not as good as the Alienist but it was satisfying.

    • This is actually two books. I read The Alienist and loved it. I am currently reading Angel of Darkness and can't put it down!

    • Kristin Schneidler

      (Aug 23, 2019 - 12:06 PM)

      Waiting for a third Kreizler book someday

    • The Angel of Darkness by Caleb Carr (1998)

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