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Red SparrowDie Thrillersensation Aus Den USA, Verfasst Von Einem CIA Insider.Der Aufstrebende CIA Agent Nathaniel Nash Soll In Moskau Einen Hochrangigen Informanten Der Gegenseite Treffen Als Pl Tzlich Schergen Des Russischen Geheimdienstes Auftauchen, Gelingt Es Nash, Seine Quelle Unerkannt In Sicherheit Zu Bringen Doch Mit Der Aktion Gef Hrdet Er Die Gesamte Operation Und Wird Selbst Zur Zielscheibe Denn Um Den Verr Ter In Den Eigenen Reihen Zur Strecke Zu Bringen, Setzt Der Russische Geheimdienst Die Junge Agentin Dominika Egorowa Auf Nash An Dominika Ist Ein Red Sparrow , Ausgebildet Zur Verf Hrerischen Und T Dlichen Falle Ein Gef Hrliches Doppelspiel Zwischen Den Fronten Entbrennt

Librarian s note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Jason Matthews is a retired officer of the CIA s Operations Directorate Over a thirty three year career he served in multiple overseas locations and engaged in clandestine collection of national security intelligence, specializing in denied area operations Matthews conducted recruitment operations against So

10 thoughts on “Red Sparrow

  1. says:

    While I was reading this, I kept going back to my Goodreads account and looking at the reviews, perplexed, but coaxed to keep reading I finally came to the conclusion that this is one of those books that appealed to most, but not to me Dominika is a training to be a Red Sparrow, a Russian female seductress agent, and she also has the gift of synthesia, or seeing colors in an aura around people that reflects their spirit, a mood ring sort of thing Promising Where the author lost me is the sexual content which I found ridiculous I am not a prude, I even enjoy a titillating sex scene of many variations Dominika masturbates with her grandmother s amber hairbrush, and then there is a recipe for Beet Soup Dominika has a lesbian sex encounter at Sparrow School and here s a recipe for a Cuban Sandwich from the airport Dominik...

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    A recipie for Red Sparrow 1 cup of Cold War 2 tablespoons of espionage 5 cubes of chopped suspense In a sauce pan in simmer a handful of double agents and several pinches of government secrets After 15 minutes, slowly stir in the Cold War, espionage, and suspense After it thickens, pour in to a baking dish, sprinkle traitorous crumbs over the top and bake for 1 hour Serve with a side of sex and a glass of revenge.I thought this book was fantastic It is not an action packed spy thr...

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    Random thoughts So happy that I persevered to the end, considering that nothing actually happened Not a damn thing that wasn t predictable or contrived CIA, FBI, Russian FSB, espionage, red sparrows Russian secret agents who learn the fine art of seduction and sex, ubiquitous food recipes why , double agents, a lot of spy speak, and countless acronyms Additionally, our protagonist Dominika is a synesthete the ability to see auras depicted as colours which to me is a v...

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    Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestDNF 72% When I saw the trailer for Red Sparrow 2018 , I almost guffawed because as I watched, I could almost hear T.T.L s Deep Shadow playing in the background it looked just like another Hunger Games trailer if the Capitol got a major downgrade and President Snow became Evol Russian Jeremy Irons Still, I was intrigued because the idea of a Memoirs of a Geisha esque rags to riches spy romance with sex, scandal, and espionage called out to my trash heart and said, Nenia Nenia This book is for youuuuu Because, you know, I have to read the book first.Now that I ve read the book, I m no longer sure I want to watch the movie RED SPARROW is a bad book When women say that men can t write convincing female characters, this is the type of book that they are talking about you know that infamous breasted boobily meme Dominika is devoid of personality She s a beautiful ball busting hard ass who s good at sex and has a temper and that s about the extent of her personality sex, rage, snark.Oh, and speaking of sex, this book has one of the most bizarre sex scenes I ve ever read The heroine masturbates with the handle of her hairbrush, and it s pretty gross how it s described o_O WARNING SPOILERS, SPOILERS EVERYWHERE...

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    Maybe we Americans were just a little bit hasty when we said that we won the Cold War Cause it s seeming and like that we were really just leading at halftime Modern Russia with Vladimer Putin running the show is essentially the Soviet Union with a better public relations department, and the old spy games between their Foreign Intelligence Service and the American Central Intelligence Agency are back with a vengeance Young and ambitious CIA officer Nate Nash is the Moscow handler of a highly placed Russian code named MARBLE When a planned meeting goes sideways Nash manages to save his asset, but he blows his own cover so badly in the process that he s exiled to Helsinki where he sulks about the setback his career has suffered Russian intelligence knows it has a leak and is desperate to find it so they send junior agent Dominika Egorova to see if she can pry loose the name of the mole from Nash.Dominika was a talented ballerina as well as a true believer in the new Russia She is also secretly a synest...

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    This is the first in the Red Sparrow trilogy of which a film with Jennifer Lawrence is set to be released in 2018 Jason Matthews brings all his experience of being a spy with the CIA to bear in this well plotted espionage thriller His descriptions of the workings of the American and Russian intelligence agencies bear all the hallmarks of the politics, paranoia, intrigue, quandries and motivations that shape the organisations Set in the contemporary world of Putin s Russia, Matthews portrays the world of spies that suggest the Cold War may well be over, but it is business as usual, and in practice so little has changed, although Putin s PR spin is significantly slicker Dominika Ergova is a synesthete who has had her career as a ballerina trashed, and thanks to the machinations and exploitation by her uncle ends up as a struggling state intelligence officer pushed into becoming a trained sparrow, a spy who seduces.Nathanial Nate Nash is a CIA operative and handler of a major Russian asset, MARBLE, when everything goes wrong He manages to save the asset, but not himself as he ends up in Helsinki bemoaning the stalling of his career ambitions The Russians are determined to find the mole, and use Dominika for that purpose Dominika is seething mass of rage and resentment over the limited visions and brutality of the men who have power over her She is than capable of independent thinking, and is no biddable and easily controlled woma...

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    With all the hype this series has received, I thought it best to try the first novel in the trilogy, to see if it meets my expectations Jason Matthews has not disappointed, with his knowledge of the topic and ability to transmit ideas onto the page Nathaniel Nate Nash has been working as a CIA operative to handle an important mole within the Russian Government No one seems to know who it could be or how much information the Americans have garnered, but Russian President Putin is enraged and wants this person found Feeling some of the heat, the CIA takes the opportunity to move Nash out of the region and resettles him in Helsinki Meanwhile, the reader learns all about Dominika Egorova, whose past as a ballerina ended with a freak accident Pulled into the Russian Intelligence sphere by an uncle who works as a senior official within the SVR the KGB s modern day cousin , Egorova is targeted for a high stakes game to retrieve the needed information from Nash Sent to a Sparrow School , Egorova is turned into a seductress, where sexpionage is the name of the game Her skills will be useful if she can lure the mole information from Nash while focussing her attention on his weaknesses After crafting a chance enco...

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    MR FLANAGAN Sono d accordo con il critico del NYT Charles Cumming inserire Putin tra i personaggi di questo romanzo un errore, in qualche modo ne mina la credibilit come lo sono le ricette gastronomiche a chiusura di ogni capitolo, meno l ultimo, sia perch smontano la suspense sia perch la ricetta pi leggera pari a diecimila calorie vero per , proprio come scrive Charles Cumming, che questi sono errori marginali.L errore vero tutto il resto, a cominciare dal considerare questo romanzo un buon libro, un notevole debutto narrativo, dal premiarlo, dal recensirlo con entusiasmo.A me ha fatto rimpiangere Le Carr , e Ambler Ma anche perfino Forsyth, o Follett Il che la dice lunga sulle capacit di Jason Matthews.Ne faranno un film e sono certo che sar migliore del romanzo, anche se non c pi Fincher a dirigerlo e chi ha preso il suo posto a Fincher non paragonabile ma il cast buono Rimpiango l abbandono di Rooney Mara, attrice che prediligo, per Jennifer Lawrence non seconda a nessuna.Leggendo questo malloppazzo, mi sono chiesto se John Wayne l avrebbe amato Penso di s gli umori non gli sarebbero alieni, il passero sar anche rosso il titolo originale Red Sparrow , ma i berretti sono sempre verdi, che pi verdi non si potrebbe USA ber alles.Il tutto permeato da una discreta dose di maschilismo, che non guasta mai Eppure anche James Bond interpretato da Daniel Craig diventato pi ...

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    I very nearly despaired of finishing this book a couple of times.In one review they compared this book to John Le Carre, I don t think so That was the MAIN reason I picked it up and gave it a go.So slow, so boring, so full of words that said almost nothing Sometimes you get a book very rich in words which tells a rich story, this was not the case, it gave me the impression of the author s infatuation with his capacity to link words in sentences, then in paragraphs, pages, chapters and so on.And the russian Words in russian in every page, all the time, for everything, so exhausting The heroine is introduced as being fluent in various languages, one of them english, yet she always had to resort to russian to say a specific word or phrase, so not so fluent I guess So the author speaks russian then, and wanted to give us some ambiance, not for me you didn t.The s...

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    Think the Cold War is over Think again I d always had somewhere in me I mean, really, who doesn t an interest in Soviet history and everything Red Army, KGB, Iron Curtain, and Gulag It s one of the greatest stories ever told after all the rise and fall of a mighty and murderous political and geographic monolith that aggressively absorbed many nations and languages and religions into its insatiable machinery in a quest for ultimate global supremacy A nerve wracking Cold War entrenchment would prove a constant counter balancing act with the United States to see which would emerge the most super of two superpowers while the rest of us could do nothing but watch with bated breath to see whether one or both would destroy the world in a conflagration of nuclear annihilation Good times.While it seems like those old Cold War threats and anxieties are in the past, lost to the annals of history and diminished by Soviet collapse, I would venture that there remain a fair number of Russian politicians who think otherwise Dig a little deeper into Putin s presidency and you will find a shocking or perhaps not that shocking at all amount of old school Soviet corruption and megalomania And that s what gives Red Sparrow its sense of urgency and authenticity The author doesn t really have to exaggerate or sensatio...

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