Gosta de música, gosta de dançar

Gosta de m sica gosta de dan ar Darcy uma produtora de televis o em Nova Iorque cuja carreira est em retumbante ascens o Erin a sua melhor amiga designer de joalharia Ao desenvolver uma investiga o para um dos seus programas Darc

  • Title: Gosta de música, gosta de dançar
  • Author: Mary Higgins Clark
  • ISBN: 9724206394
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Darcy uma produtora de televis o em Nova Iorque cuja carreira est em retumbante ascens o Erin, a sua melhor amiga, designer de joalharia Ao desenvolver uma investiga o para um dos seus programas, Darcy pede a colabora o de Erin Tudo vai bem, at que Erin aparece morta num lugar ermo Darcy cai ent o em si e depreende que a pr xima v tima pode ser ela.

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    1. الترجمة سيئة للغاية فعلى سبيل المثال بدلا من أستخدام لفظ قاتل متسلسل تستخدم لفظ قاتل بالجملةوهكذا إلى جانب الأخطاء فى وصف الشخصياتأما عن الحبكة فقد تميزت بالضعف بالإضافة إلى سهولة تخمين القاتللكن على الرغم من ذلك تمتلك الكاتبة أسلوب سلس يجبرك على متابعة القراءة9/2/2018

    2. u already know this the queen of suspense the best of my time she started it all love this lady i salute u mrs mary higgins clark!

    3. This is the second Mary Higgins Clark novel I read after a long hiatus of her novels, and I have to say my expectations for this novel were high. It sounded interesting, and when my sister was reading it, she gave it high marks (so did the reviews I read prior to reading this novel). However, when I finally got around to reading it, my sister couldn’t remember much of the story or any of the characters. That should have told me that my expectations for this novel were too high. And, they were. [...]

    4. Needed a quick easy read for the plane ridewe'll see if i regret my choiceMeh. It was an ok book I guess. A few things bothered me about it. I really don't need to know, in detail, what each character is wearing in EVERY scene. I don't care that one guy in this paragraph is wearing dark courdory pants with a white button shirt and a smart jacket. Or that another character went home and changed from a red sweater blouse into jeans and a yellow t-shirt. It's not integral to the plot, and it doesn' [...]

    5. If I could, I'd give this a zero. I can't believe she sells. This is the modern-day crap I speak of in my reviws . . . ten fold. Her plots broadcast, the're derived, boring, predictable, stupid, silly, staid . . . I don't have a big enough vocabulary to describe how bad she is. Only read this because it was required for a Lit. class I was teaching at a college that, like a high school, required certian books. I don't teach there any more. Goes without saying. One faculty member even refused to r [...]

    6. «Shall we dance? Shall we dance? Shall we dance? On a bright cloud of music shall we fly? Shall we still be together with our arms around each other, shall we dance?Shall we dance? Shall we dance?»[Balliamo? Balliamo? Balliamo? Su una vivida nube di musica voliamo? Insieme, abbracciati, balliamo? Balliamo? Balliamo?]L'assassino lo vediamo fin dalla prima pagina, ma chi è veramente?Tutti i personaggi, vittime e no, ruotano intorno al mondo degli annunci personali, quelli con i quali si ricerc [...]

    7. I really love Clark's older books, which were suspenseful psychological thrillers. I also like the fact that her murderers are always people with deep psychological disorders. Her later books concentrated on normal people but that didn't work for me.In this book is a creepy serial killer, who meets women through personal ads kills them and puts dancing shoes on their feet before abandoning them where they could be found. A man who starts this spree when a woman rejects him, a very entitled man. [...]

    8. This is one of the creepier books that I have read. I picked it up off a pile of books my grandmother was giving to us and low-and-behold was this catching, poetic title. It was too disturbing the first time I tried so I put it on my shelf and waited about a year. After all that time It still was bugging me that I didn't know what was to happen. So I picked it up, read it again. And I absulutely loved it. It was a great plot and it had a satisfactoringly twisted murderer. It had so much emotion [...]

    9. In Mary Higgins Clark's Loves Music, Loves to Dance, a serial killer trolls the personal ads in trendy magazines. After college, tow best friends venture out in Manhattan. Erin Kelly was a promising jewelry designer and Darcy Scott was a decorator. On a lark, Darcy persuaded a TV producer to do a scoop about research on people who did personal ads. When Erin disappeared and later was found in killed with one missing shoe and wore one dancing shoe, it was up to Darcy to entire the killer out in t [...]

    10. Wow! what an awesome book. read the whole thing in a day and a half. This book is intense for beginning to ende. Just when you think you have it figured out, another character or angle comes into play. My heart was actually pounding in my chest at one point(ok, at a few points) Readers of this genre like to be kept on edge and Clark does not disappoint. Highly recommend to all suspense lovers. You will not be let down

    11. When I was in middle school, Mary Higgins Clark was my favorite author besides, perhaps, K. A. Applegate. I loved her stuff, and even embarked on writing a novel of my own that is in many ways like this book (I have no idea where the manuscript is and I hope no one ever sees it, as it is awful in the special way that first book attempts are). The thing about MHC is that her stuff is absolutely workable in a formulaic format; yes, you always suspect everyone because you know there is a deep love [...]

    12. Darcy Scott e Erin Kellei decidem ajudar a amiga Nona, uma jornalista que está a elaborar um trabalho que consiste em analisar as experiências de quem publica ou responde a anúncios de jornais.Tudo parece correr bem, até que Erin aparece morta e Darcy não poem de parte que a morte dela esteja relacionada com os anúncios de jornal.Darcy parte assim em busca do assassino da amiga, respondendo a anúncios que já antes Erin tinha respondido, deparando-se assim com homens que de uma maneira ou [...]

    13. No es de los mejores libros de la autora. Las coincidencias existen pero tantas como aparecen en este libro me parece realmente excesivo.Otras de sus historias me han enganchado mucho más. Además, sospechaba quien era desde el principio así que no me he llevado ninguna sorpresa.

    14. Creo que debo dejar de leer Mary Higgins Clark por un tiempo. Quizá por mucho tiempo. Su habitual esquema de abrir la novela con el crimen, luego identificar dentro la historia -- en un estilo bien engranado, no muy artificial -- a diferentes sospechosos, a cual más culpable, para que al final el culpable resulte ser aquel que genera la mayor sorpresa posible, hace que, justamente, la sorpresa se pierda. En efecto, no es difícil darse cuenta quien será el culpable ya desde un cuarto de la no [...]

    15. Loves Music, Loves to Dancewas a solid3 to 3.5 starnovel by Mary Higgins Clark.The story follows Darcy Scott as she investigates the murder of her best friend Erin Kelley. The pair had been helping a television producer friend with a story about personal ads and dating. Erin's death is similar to a 15 year old unsolved murder of Nan Sheridan; it's unclear if Erin is the victim of a copycat or if the original murderer had struck again.I personally thought the story hadtoo manypotential suspects. [...]

    16. Mary Higgins Clark doesn't have quite the knack for characterization that my greatest favourites (James, Robinson) do, and her dialogue often feels a bit stilted to me, but she atones for it in large part by nice, clear structures. In this case, she sets up a couple of straw men for her serial killer, carefully dropping clanging hints suggesting one or the other in the final sentence of each cliff-hanger chapter. They are suitably unsympathetic, too. I was interested to see that although this bo [...]

    17. Added 7/19/15.This mystery started out fine but it got impossible to follow after too many characters were introduced. It was ridiculous! I bailed out after reading half of the story.A GR reviewer wrote:=================================="There are too many characters in this story and some of them had no big impact to the plot that it is obvious they were thrown in the story to be red hearings [sic]. And, because of this, whenever they came up in the novel it was like 'Who cares?' Too many char [...]

    18. Menurutku buku ini salah satu karangan Mary Higgins yang terbaik. Nggak terlalu berlebih-lebihan, nggak terlalu dibuat-buat. Tokoh jahatnya sakit jiwa, dia berkepribadian ganda. Tokoh ceritanya, Dracy Scott, thirty something, success, cantik, kaya. Bersama sahabatnya Erin Kelley membantu temannya, Nona Roberts,seorang produser acara televisi, jadi volunteer iklan kencan untuk acara yang sedang digarap oleh Nona. Hingga suatu saat Erin menghilang setelah kencan. Mayat Erin di ketemukan dua hari k [...]

    19. Je l ai terminé hier soir , un roman policier pour les amoureux de meurtre , assassination , je me suis perdue au début comme y avait un tas de personnages avec des noms un peu louche , bon pour moi , on sait plus qui est DArcy ? Un garçon ou une fille , sinon j ai bien aime et je crois que une adaptation d'un film ou une série sera mieux , s elle ne n'est pas déjà .Un petit résume de l'histoire , c'est psychopathe qui qui a tue ses parents adoptif qui s'attaque aux filles par les petites [...]

    20. Once again, a good read by Mary Higgins Clark! Have read several books by this author and have always enjoyed them. College roommates Erin and Darcy now live in NYC and are helping a friend with a documentary on the personal ads. As part of the research they agree to place and respond to ads. It’s an interesting obligation until Erin disappears. Found this book very gripping and I couldn’t stop reading. I wanted to learn who Erin’s killer was! The characters were well described and you bel [...]

    21. OH! good grief. there is so much to say about such a fantastic book!!!!!!! but i have to say, first off all that i saw the movie first, when i was like 10, and it is one of the rare instances where the movie is actually better. then i read the book somewhere around 8th grade or so. the book is good, but not nearly as frightening as some of her others. maybe it's because i actually saw the movie first, but the shock value wasn't nearly as intense as it could have been. but like with most of her b [...]

    22. Recently I needed a book to read as my back was suffering and I could not work outdoors. Arne found this one for me and it served the purpose: it kept me occupied as I rested. The cover claims it is a New York Times best seller and, well, that is nice. It kept my interest BUT it is not a great book. The character development consits of Clark's telling us what he/she is wearing and maybe something about eye color. I have not read Clark before and may not again. Do I sound too much like a skeptic? [...]

    23. This is the book that introduced me to the genre of "feisty lady solves a murder, almost gets killed in the process, and is rescued at the last minute by the man she met circa page 35 who is vaguely described as "cute" and ends up riding off into the sunset with said feisty lady." Good airplane/beach/boring receptionist job books.

    24. I wasn't that impressed. I had heard good things about this author, but I honestly had the entire book figured out the minute I met the killer. It took me forever to finish because of that. I have a few more of her books to try, but if they're anything like this one, I think I'll pass. Sorry to all of you Mary Higgins Clark fans out there, I just need more to sink my teeth into.

    25. This was the second MHC book I read (there are 3 total) and I guess it was ok. When I read a mystery I would prefer not to be able to figure out who did it so fast at least let me get halfway through the book. I guess she's just too predictable. I just felt like once you've read one of her books you've read them all.

    26. Just finished reading this book and it was so good! Mary Higgins Clark is so good at character development! She does such a good job at immediately pulling you in. This book had me on the edge of my seat the entire time.

    27. This was a very good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting. I look forward to reading more of this author's work.

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