Trouble



[PDF / Epub] ☉ Trouble By Jesse Kellerman – E17streets4all.co.uk Saving lives is Jonah Stem s job but he usually does it at the hospital, not at am on the dark streets of Manhattan When he impulsively intervenes to save a beautiful woman from a man menacing her wi Saving lives is Jonah Stem s job but he usually does it at the hospital, not atam on the dark streets of Manhattan When he impulsively intervenes to save a beautiful woman from a man menacing her with a knife, killing the attacker in the process, he is transformed from an overworked medical student to a hero in the media spotlight The woman, Eve Gones, is profoundly grateful, and wants to show it Before long, they re engaged in a wildly passionate love affair An affair that Eve doesn t want to end Ever.Trouble

Jesse Kellerman was born in Los Angeles in His award winning plays have been produced throughout the United States and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Most recently, he received the Princess Grace Award, given to America s most promising young playwright He lives with his wife in New York City.

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  • ebook
  • 368 pages
  • Trouble
  • Jesse Kellerman
  • 04 December 2017
  • 110119605X

10 thoughts on “Trouble

  1. says:

    I was very disappointed in this book I love the books by his parents Jonathan and Faye Kellerman, and I enjoyed Jesse s other novel Sunstroke That one had realistic characters But this book was just absurd beyond belief The villainess of the book was too preposterous for words, and there was no explanation for why she was this way When I read about a sick, twisted character I want some sort of explanation for why they turned out that way In real life when someone is that sick and twisted i I was very disappointed in this book I love the books by his parents Jonathan and Faye Kellerman, and I enjoyed Jesse s other novel Sunstroke That one had realistic characters But this book was just absurd beyond belief The villainess of the book was too preposterous for words, and there was no explanation for why she was this way When I read about a sick, twisted character I want some sort of explanation for why they turned out that way In real life when someone is that sick and twisted it s usually because something sick and twisted happened to them I found it pretty mysogynist in a way this evil woman comes out of nowhere and just ruins mens lives just for fun THe subplot about the main character s schizophrenic ex girlfriend was depressing, but that part was at least realistic and believable The rest of the book just left me shaking my head in disbelief, and the ending was very unsatisfying and unbelievable

  2. says:

    Can I give no stars..oh go on I will give one purely because Jesse managed to sit and write 60,000 words in some form of order even if that order wasn t to my liking Where to start well I don t like metaphor s and simile s but this author clearly does, I don t mind the odd one but this book seemed full of them and it totally distracts me from the story and good grief how much description do we need It was waffle waffle waffle from start to finish.The story was quite disturbing a Can I give no stars..oh go on I will give one purely because Jesse managed to sit and write 60,000 words in some form of order even if that order wasn t to my liking Where to start well I don t like metaphor s and simile s but this author clearly does, I don t mind the odd one but this book seemed full of them and it totally distracts me from the story and good grief how much description do we need It was waffle waffle waffle from start to finish.The story was quite disturbing and from my point of view original, with many surprises and unexpected twists and turns I wasn t at any point one step ahead of the writer, my mind doesn t work in the same way as his and I didn t predict any thing that was going to happen correctly in advance So maybe I will give this another star for the predictabilities or should I say un predictabilities There ya go from none to two stars in three paragraphs

  3. says:

    Above average thriller which won t be to a lot of tastes because it is dark and creepy A Fatal Attraction type of plot about a decent young medical student who becomes involved with the woman whose life he saved during a street assault, killing the assailant in the process Of course nothing is as it seems.The story is somewhat over the top in gross creepiness and some of the plot is improbable, but I love Jesse Kellerman s writing which is thick and baroque compared to that of his parents and Above average thriller which won t be to a lot of tastes because it is dark and creepy A Fatal Attraction type of plot about a decent young medical student who becomes involved with the woman whose life he saved during a street assault, killing the assailant in the process Of course nothing is as it seems.The story is somewhat over the top in gross creepiness and some of the plot is improbable, but I love Jesse Kellerman s writing which is thick and baroque compared to that of his parents and most other thriller and mystery writers I also love his characters which are specific and real Some goodreaders have complained because he has a woman as villain But portraying women as capable of evil as men is not sexist It is realistic and fair

  4. says:

    I really don t recommend this book It might be weird considering I give it 4 However, apart from loads of typesetting errors it was well written and the characters were great, especially Hannah But it was gross.I m not a huge fan of BDSM books although I loved and really liked This was at the far end of BDSM activity I can only liken my horror to reading a novel about child soldiers in Somalia Which I would never do anyway there s no kids in this BTW So no.I think I m giving I really don t recommend this book It might be weird considering I give it 4 However, apart from loads of typesetting errors it was well written and the characters were great, especially Hannah But it was gross.I m not a huge fan of BDSM books although I loved and really liked This was at the far end of BDSM activity I can only liken my horror to reading a novel about child soldiers in Somalia Which I would never do anyway there s no kids in this BTW So no.I think I m giving the Kellermans a miss for now Dad is formulaic, mom is tooth achingly fluffy and I really don t want to spend anytime in Jesse s head.I also got sick of the MC constantly whinging on about how hard it was being a third year med student I can t think of a student I know who doesn t work a full time job as well as attending university without a guarantee of a job for life at the end of it It was interesting his daily life but jeez what a whiner

  5. says:

    top drawer psychological thriller Five star books are those I can t wait to get back to or am tempted to leave my writing to readof This qualifies Plus, tremendous voice, eminently readable and interesting.

  6. says:

    I stayed up until 2 a.m reading this book Reluctant hero Joshua Stem is being stalked by the woman whose life he saves in a way that makes Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction look like a Care Bear Terrifying, compelling I m glad real life isn t like this It isn t, right

  7. says:

    Having read both of his parents books Jonathan and Faye Kellerman , I enjoyed the completely his own style of writing that Jesse Kellerman has.Although I could see that Eve was trouble from a mile away, I kept reading because I wanted to know why One thing I didn t enjoy Jonah, the main character, is a med student Got it So much time is spent following him around the med school and spouting off all the medical jargon, and it has nothing to do with the rest of the story We get it, he s Having read both of his parents books Jonathan and Faye Kellerman , I enjoyed the completely his own style of writing that Jesse Kellerman has.Although I could see that Eve was trouble from a mile away, I kept reading because I wanted to know why One thing I didn t enjoy Jonah, the main character, is a med student Got it So much time is spent following him around the med school and spouting off all the medical jargon, and it has nothing to do with the rest of the story We get it, he s a med student, it s in his nature to help people, he s smart We don t need to follow him around the teaching hospital for days at a time I didn t think that anything was gained from all the time we spend with him at the hospital It just seemed as a way to fill up some extra pages and make the book longer.I did enjoy the twists and turns, and although you never really learn the why about Eve, it was a thrill getting to the end

  8. says:

    Love can take many forms in one s life, growing and evolving as time passes into something far better and brighter than anything we might have hoped for, or it can warp into something fartwisted, pervasive and corrosive than anyone could ever imagine Jonah Stem, a bright young medical student saves the life of Eve, a beautiful and talented young New Yorker apparently attacked by a brutal molester Eve s gratitude is so intense and complete that Jonah hopes for the former but begins to sus Love can take many forms in one s life, growing and evolving as time passes into something far better and brighter than anything we might have hoped for, or it can warp into something fartwisted, pervasive and corrosive than anyone could ever imagine Jonah Stem, a bright young medical student saves the life of Eve, a beautiful and talented young New Yorker apparently attacked by a brutal molester Eve s gratitude is so intense and complete that Jonah hopes for the former but begins to suspect the latter This author once again displays his extreme talent for creating characters that develop slowly, transforming and morphing as the story develops Jonah displays all of the exuberance of youth that becomes laden with cynicism and ultimately, hatred as the story moves ahead The twists and turns of the plot keep the reader s emotions in line with Jonah s as mysteries unravel A good read A little disturbing but a good read for mystery fans

  9. says:

    I listened to this book at work and I really was not to thrilled with it Jonah Stem is a medical student and a lot of the story is just a lot of medical terms and gross hospital experiences He saves a woman who is absolutly crazy They have a love affair, she goes all whacko and he tries to get rid of her The ending was a little crazy as well Over all, some of the twists kept me reading but it was not a book that I would read again.

  10. says:

    This book did not even deserve one star Yuck.

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