[Rubbernecker [BOOK] Free Read online PDF ☆ Belinda Bauer


  • Hardcover
  • 313
  • Rubbernecker
  • Belinda Bauer
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 9780593066928

10 thoughts on “Rubbernecker

  1. says:

    Belinda Bauer writes astounding crime fiction with extraordinary character creations and plots that guarantee to have you reading the pages as fast as you possibly can Patrick Fort has Asperger's Syndrome takes things literally has di

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    199 Kindle special today This is a GREAT mystery thriller One of my favorites in this genre If you've not read Belinda Bauer this is sure a great book to choose Irresistible literary crime fiction This is a deeply satisfying 'curl up on the couch can't resist gobbling it down' read' For those who rather pass on violent thrillers yet enjoy a

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    Rubberneckers Desperate for a glimpse of deathYou know the type Hands clasped over the eyes with fingers lifting ever so sl

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    Just read it Review done ta da Second reading of one of my very favourite booksGreat book a very accurate portrayal of Aspergers Syndrome in Patrick the central character Great fluid writing and a pace that keeps you looped in well re

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    WowI LOVED this bookThere are a few concurrent storylines in this book which are all concerned with family dynamics whilst a mystery or two emer

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    ‘Over the course of the morning they prised the brain out with spoons and it flopped into Patrick’s hands like a water filled ball

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    Patrick is an anatomy student who has Asperger's syndrome He finds something unusual in the body that he is studying He suspects foul play Patrick had become obsessed with death since his father was killed in a hit and run accident He enrolled in the university course to try and find out what happens to a person

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    A theme running through this book is communication Can someone in a coma communicate and if so how? Blinking eyes tapping fingers and in one case thrashing about Then there is Patrick What a uniue character A young man with Asperge

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    Patrick Fort is an irregular weave  He eats his food in alphabetical order most preferably from his special alphabet plate  Socially inept literal minded he has an utter fascination with numbers and patterns  Just the

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    45 StarsWow There is a whole lot packed into this 400 page thriller So much plot so many interesting characters and enough suspense to keep me reading late into the night I read this because I loved Belinda Bauer's most recent book Snap and a GR friend recommend Rubbernecker also by Bauer thanks Jennifer I am now a HUGE Bauer fan She really knows how to write fascinating uniue characters SUMMARYThere is a lot t

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He tries to tell them Life is already strange enough for Patrick being a medical student with Asperger's Syndrome doesn't come without its challenges And that's before he is faced with solving a possible murder especially. WowI LOVED this bookThere are a few concurrent storylines in this book which are all concerned with family dynamics whilst a mystery or two emerge Our three chief narrators are a man who is deeply in a coma following a car accident a selfish nurse in the coma ward and PatrickThe author perfectly manages to get inside the mind of Patrick a young man with Aspergers It s amazing the way you are able to sympathise with Patrick and what he s thinking whilst also laughing at the way he takes everything and I mean everything literally In some ways I envy Patrick He is able to say whatever he is thinking and doesn t care about the conseuences He really doesn t care if others don t like him or if he comes across as rude whilst I am typically British and apologise if someone bangs into me That is all I envy about Patrick though this poor man has lost his Father the only person who had the patience to try and understand him and don t even get me started on his motherThere is a lot to this story but I don t want to give anything away I finished this book last night and was so sad it was over but the last paragraph was a perfect ending I m going to miss Patrick and I can t wait to read of Belinda Bauer s work 45

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When no one believes a crime has even taken place Now he must stay out of danger long enough to unravel the mystery But as Patrick learns one truth from a dead man he discovers there have been many other lies closer to ho. Patrick Fort is an irregular weave He eats his food in alphabetical order most preferably from his special alphabet plate Socially inept literal minded he has an utter fascination with numbers and patterns Just the thought of being touched fills him with dread Currently a medical student with Asperger s Syndrome Patrick s life isn t easy never has been It became increasingly difficult view spoilerafter his father was killed in a hit and run accident when Patrick was young blame was placed on him by his own mother hide spoiler

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The dead can't speak to us Professor Madoc had said But that was a lie The body Patrick Fort is examining in anatomy class is trying to tell him all kinds of things But no one hears what he does and no one understands when. Belinda Bauer writes astounding crime fiction with extraordinary character creations and plots that guarantee to have you reading the pages as fast as you possibly can Patrick Fort has Asperger s Syndrome takes things literally has difficulties fitting in and has only one friend a neighbour Weird Nick He has problems understanding situations and what they might mean His relationship with his father was close but he died when Patrick was a child traumatising Patrick and spurring him on to try and solve the age old mystery of what happens when you die in an effort to reconnect with his father This has led Patrick to obsess about death and the dead His mother has drink problems and blames Patrick for her husband s death Patrick is obsessive obstinate implacable and determined ualities that serve him well in his pursuit of the truth Patrick has enrolled on Cardiff University s Anatomy course for medical students where he Meg Scott and Dilip slowly and carefully dissect Cadaver No 19 with the aim of identifying the cause of death Sam Galen lies in a coma after a car accident suspended between life and death along with others in the same position The patients are vulnerable subject to indifferent and careless staff such as Tracy Evans interested in hooking herself a wealthy man and having to endure staff judgements as to whether they are good or bad patients Suffering from locked in syndrome Sam is beginning to emerge from his coma but powerless to communicate when he observes a doctor murdering a patient Patrick slowly begins to understand the world of emotions and feelings learns to put up with being touched whilst hating it and wondrous he begins to develop friends Whilst holding the brain of Cadaver No 19 Patrick finally understands that the secrets of death and what happens after are beyond him and focuses instead on the mystery of what killed No 19 Professor Madoc is mistaken when he stated that the dead can t speak they speak to Patrick Patrick doesn t believe in the official cause of death he knows No 19 was murdered Despite all the obstacles and danger he is facing Patrick is relentless in finding out how No 19 diedBelinda Bauer writes compelling crime fiction that is original and breathtaking Patrick is an unusual and compelling character facing a world that often makes little sense to him and often hindered by his inability to understand the implications of what happens for that he needs and relies on others to point him in the right direction He overcomes situations and accepts people that others would struggle with It is a joy to see him begin to make human connections with Meg and even his mother in the end This is a glorious read a joy from beginning to end despite the gory dissection scenes Highly recommended


About the Author: Belinda Bauer

Belinda Bauer grew up in England and South Africa She has worked as a journalist and screenwriter and her script THE LOCKER ROOM earned her the Carl ForemanBafta Award for Young British Screenwriters an award that was presented to her by Sidney Poitier She was a runner up in the Rhys Davies Short Story Competition for Mysterious Ways about a girl stranded on a desert island with 30000 Bib