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Ns but they re also treated to a slick streamlined production Whereas occasionally the book gets out of hand and bogged down by layers of plot The movie is complicated The book is confounding In conclusion what a great Christmas read this was Whatever you desire safe passage for ruthless men in loveLike Fight Club LA Confidential is one of those contemporary novels that provides a certain literary difficulty for readers who come to it AFTER the film dropped because the directors David Fincher Curtis Hanson created such large iconic images out of the novels LA Confidential s major characters are all very similar to the movie but there are some major omissions and changes made in the movie that keep Elloroy s urtext both novel and different nough to warrant your buck and your timeEllroy is a modern master of the slow build the dark back motives the inevitable bloodbath I think of the image of three big waves cresting together when I think of Edmund Ed Exley Wendell Bud White John Jack Vincennes and their personal demons all coming together to Namen-Und Sach-Register Zum Jahresbericht �ber Die Fortschritte in Der Lehre Von Den Pathogenen Mikroorganismen Umfassend Bacterien, Pilze Und Protozo�n exact justiceach for their own reasons and with their own baggage and agendas Anyway it was all deftly done The novel also contains many of the usual Ellroy tropes pornography children haunted by the actions of their parents prostitutes vice in general the mob corrupt cops heroic cops with fatal flaws femme fatales ueers shrinks plastic surgery and a dark undercurrent that cuts thorough the heart of both LA and Hollywood The world Ellory paints is dark harsh and often perverse It isn t a place you want to raise a family or N.76 le Mystere de Job et les preuves Initiatiques even walk a dog Barely 3 Stars A huge disappointment I ve been looking forward to reading this book for two decades but it certainly wasn t worth the wait or theffort This is the third in Ellroy s L A uartetThis is somewhat better than the appropriately titled The Big Nowhere 2nd in the LA uartet but it s completely clipsed by Ellroy s very first book his only Ten Star book The Black Dahlia truly a Masterpiece of crime noir My reviewWarning this book for Adults only perversions abound You don t want to know As usual with my reviews please first read the publisher s blurbsummary of the book Thank you Full size image hereThe whole book beginning to nd is mostly an overcomplicated plot with a terrible prose The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 experiment in harder than hard boiled A failedxercise for Ellroy and Fresh faith extended punishment for readers Sadly Ellroy continued to try to perfect this super hard boiled style with varying degrees of success The fourth in the LA uartet series White Jazz apparently alienatesven his greatest fansDon t misunderstand me the incredibly complex plot was terrific in the 1997 movie and could have been written better than the movie but it s poorly presented in the book due to a variety of narrative Operation (Operation: Midnight, errors by EllroyIn the first 23 of the book we really have a collection of novellas and short stories tied together by thin gruel of Hush Hush scandal reports in breathless butmpty style various dry dull police reports narrative The New Left the Origins of the Cold War experiments staccato prose reader abuse and some occasional instances of great dialogue and brief action Just when you think Ellroy has given up the prosexperiments he starts againThere are far too many mid chapter viewpoint switches between the three main characters and you often must read several paragraphs before you can figure out whose viewpoint is current I looked for sympathetic characters in this book and mostly there are noneEllroy s attempts to harder boil the narrative leads him farther and farther into the chopped staccato renderings of actions and The Right Hook of Devin Velma events Not fun It s often hard to decipher much of the word saladMany of the main characters thoughts and the book svents are repeated often It s as if the reader must be reminded constantly of minutiae Very irritating La Fleur du Mal especially in the staccato style Characters often come to the same conclusions asach other and we are forced to see a repetition of those clues and Graphic Design Rules eventsBut the dialogue is often terrific Ellroy s narrative prosexperiment is thankfully not heard in the voices of his charactersEdmund makes a mistake confronting Stompanato and a hooker Jack She IS Lana TurnerFull size image hereThe book s three main heroes fair poorly compared to the xtraordinary 1997 movie which wisely cut out Ellroy s fluff repetition and gruel and re created Jack Kevin Spacey Bud Russell Crowe and Edmund Guy Pierce as flawed but true heroes Lieutenant Detective shield 1950sFull size image hereLyn Bracken s sharp style and wit through Kim Basinger s Oscar winning supporting role xpand the book s character into perhaps the only sympathetic person in the Trickster entire story In all the movie is ten times better in almostvery way compared to the book Full size image hereOne of the stronger characters in both movie and book Dudley Smith superbly played by James Cromwell remains mostly an nigma here We almost never see his point of view in the book or look over his shoulder during his machinations Given his importance to the plots this seems dishonest of Ellroy Full size image hereIn the final 13 of the book this mess all gets overturned and re investigated with some breakneck pacing discoveries and horrific violence We think finally the book is moving forward clearly But no the combination of staccato prose and far too many characters reuires Ellroy to use pages and pages of info dumps to try to clarify the mess Not fun at all A rousing climax train ambush and yet overly complex info dumps closes the book What an utter and disappointing messThe fabulous movie cast is how I saw the main characters while reading the book Full size image hereNotes and uotesPerhaps this book might be better on the second or third reading But give it a few months between Personally I m going to go watch the movie again to help wash away my disappointment in the book Unlike The Black Dahlia in which I found than 20 terrific uotes to including in my review this book as only a tiny few impoverished uotes that I found to xtract Personally I think one of the best ways to rate a book is by the number of fine uotes Mr Big extracted into reviews A glory that costsverything and means nothing Steve Erickson An abandoned auto court in the San Berdoo foothills Buzz Meeks checked in with ninety four thousand dollars Flori în păr eighteen pounds of high grade heroin a 1 O gauge pump a3 8 special a45 automatic and a switchblade he d bought off a pachuco at the borderBud thumbed his address book Lorene from the Silver Star Jane from the Zimba Room Nancy from the Orbit Lounge late breaking numbers They had the look late thirties hungry grateful for a younger guy who treated them nice and gave them a taste all men weren t shitheels Jack wanted to track the filth because part of him wondered how something could be so ugly and so beautiful and part of him plain jazzed on it Preston Exley and Art De Spain joined Dieterling in devotion a circle of hardcase men and a woman who made them grateful for the chance to feel gentle Lynn kept her clothing subtle because she knew it would make of an impression on the people she wanted to impress she thought most men were weak and trusted her brains to slide her through anything Suppositions leading up to a hunch couple her brains with the counterdope in her system and you got a pentothal immune witness dissembling with impunity and style Bud dropped the receiver The clerk babbled from someplace safe and calm that he d never see again no Lynn no safety in a badgeNotes as I read20 fore reading this I had seen the superb movie three times since its original release I must say the book is hugely verboseven to the point of me skimming along I hope the pace picks up again soon 37% Dense opaue confusing prose I know Ellroy is Kansas State experimenting with a staccato prose style It s not working40%The prose levels off becomes narrative and smooth55%Lots of dull repetitive filler material here Ugh59%The characters grow darker as they agexcept perhaps for Bud And it s not going to get asier as old lies are revealed Ellroy has regained much of his storytelling prose now thankfully 61 ck to the repetitious staccato prose Ugh 65%Here we go again terribly repetitive reports from newspapers The same old info again and again salted with a few new bits ach time Ugh 70%And it s great now Fast pace no gobbledygook surprising twists 71%Whoops again Mostly very difficult staccato prose very repetitious narrative unsympathetic characters and moments of brilliance 85% The pace has picked up tremendously and the staccato prose is minimised to negotiable sectionsThere were many real life vents and persons in the book some only thinly disguisedThe real Johnny Stompanato and Lana Turner c 1958 Lana s young daughter actually stabbed Stompanato to death in April 1958 There is a theory that actually Lana found Stompanato in bed with her daughter and she stabbed him with the daughter taking the rap and getting off on self defenseFull size image her. 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LA Confidential feels like the book that James Ellroy has been preparing for and working up to during his ntire career up to this point He takes all of the themes he The Inclusion Imperative explored in previous novels and packs them into a book that s anven larger The Public-Private Partnership Handbook epic tale of crime perversion and Hollywood corruption than any of his previous books LA Confidential tells the story of three LAPD officers who are initially at odds with one another after the infamous Bloody Christmas police brutality scandal and once again cross paths after a bloody massacre at the Nite Owl coffee shop in Hollywood At firstach of them are involved in separate investigations Slowly these mysteries all seem to connect to the Nite Owl in some way and ultimately the men must learn to put their differences aside as they realize that they are neck deep in a scandal bigger than anything they could ve imagined one that goes beyond the Nite Owl Massacre one that involves filth porn heroin tabloid xtortion a popular kid s theme park Disneyland anyone and high class whores cut to look like movie starsI mentioned before that the novel is ven Emerging Markets epic than the previous ones in the LA uartet but is so huge that it s hard to keep track of at times which makes for a slower read than the focused stories in The Black Dahlia and The Big Nowhere It has the most complicated mystery and conspiracy that I vever read so complicated that it seems to involve A Home of Another Kind ever person living in LA County andven the characters sometimes have to create graphs to keep track of The Voyage of the Norman D., As Told by the Cabin Boy everything But no one could ve wrangled all of these threads into something coherent other than author James Ellroy showing his tremendous skill as a writer And this is the novel where he begins hisxperimentation with his writing style moving toward the clipped manic jazzy prose that he uses in later novels Here in order to cut down on page count in order to get published he cut out all unnecessary wordsAs usual the characters in this were fascinating strong men with weaknesses and dark secrets who through their investigation seek something close to redemption Edmund Exley is a young officer living under his father s shadow and a war hero reputation based on a lie and who is an ambitious by the book do gooder who believes in the pursuit of absolute justice and willing to rat out his fellow officers and be hated by African Successes, Volume I everyone to move up in the department Wendell Bud White is a bruising hard boiled cop haunted by witnessing the violent murder of his mother by his father and takes it out on woman beaters that he arrests He hates the fact that he s seen as lacking the intelligence to be a good detective and only good with his fists and he becomes obsessed with privately investigating a string of hooker murders And finally there s Trashcan Jack Vincennes a Narcotics officer with his own skeletons in his closet who s dead set on arresting drug users but importantly he strives for Hollywood stardom consulting on a hit cop show rousts celebrity druggies and givesxclusive dirt to tabloid writer Sid Hudgens and his Hush Hush scandal mag in xchange for cash article write ups and a photo op He begins investigating the production of porno picture books and we realize that Trashcan Jack might also have an unhealthy obsession with what s between the pages of the books that he finds The way that ach story Lehrbuch Der Physiologie evolves and interconnects is truly something to behold This book hasnough story for 5 novels but somehow it s told in about 500 pages How that s Plastic Techniques in Neurosurgery (English Edition) eBook: James Tait Goodrich, David A. Staffenberg: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l. even possible is beyond meThe movie based on this book is one of my top five favorites and reading this novel made me appreciate itven I ve realized it s probably the best movie adaptation of a book to date How it takes this loaded story that could be adapted into a 10 part miniseries and successfully converts it into an Sexy, Healthy, Food - 25 Clean-eats, Gluten-free Recipes exciting andngaging 2 hour 20 minute movie is a feat that really should be recognized Obviously the movie is missing lots of the story from the book but the movie really stands on it s own and skillfully combines multiple characters and creates new scenes and themes that still works to tell the story in an ffective way Although it s sadly missing much of Jack Vincennes s intriguing storyline it introduces new backstory lements that I wish were in the book Rollo Tomasi strengthens the Bud and Exley dynamic and makes Lynn Bracken an YARN Essentials even stronger character The fact that the movie is at timesven better than the book and can stand on it s own really says something about the adaptation I would suggest both seeing the movie and reading the book as there is something to be gained by bothJames Ellroy is uickly becoming one of my favorites and I can t wait to soon read White Jazz and his other books Anyway Dear Reader that s all the dirt that s fit to print And you heard it here first off the record on the T and very Hush Hush Hey Wild Wicked Scot (Highland Grooms, everyone it s my 100th review on goodreads No wait this is a dark and brooding noir Can t be that happy Think mean thoughts Take a shot glass of despair with a nihilistic chaser and a cheap cigarette There we goSpanning from 1950 to 58 LA Confidential stands asasily the most ambitious book in Ellroy s series thus farIt s Christmas time and that does not mean heart warming cups of good cheer and old Scrooge being visited by three ghosts in Ellroy s work Bud looked out the window A Salvation Army Santa palmed coins from his kettle an Black on Blonde eye on the liuor store across the street That s our Christmas spirit Ho goddamn Ho We go into anvent that will be dubbed Bloody Christmas and things get worse from there as we move onto another case referred to as The Nite Owl Massacre Yeah this one s just filled with good cheerOur protagonists this time certainly not heroes as they re ven crooked than any of the other leads in the previous books are three very different cops Jack Vincennes is a Hollywood cop through and through He is the consultant for a TV show called Badge of Honor gets big publicity in the papers and secretly works with one magazine to find out lower ranking stars doing drugs and sets up busts to get his picture in papers Bud White is a police officer thug a classic ticking time bomb sort but with good connections He s the prot g of one Dudley Smith who has uses for the violent sort Finally we come to Ed Exley who believes in perfect justice He has a ruthless sort of fficiency but in a very by the book sort of way He s only too happy to make American Nietzsche enemies if it means moving up and he s uite good at knowing the right thing to say at the right time Together these three make up Ellroy s most interesting cast thus farSo onto my opinions on the book itself I actually find myself at a bit of a loss on this one Not because it s not good It is In fact it s damn near perfect This is seriously the sort of book that I feel I can t pick apart because they would be nitpicks only yet I can t fully praise without givingverything away I could say for instance that there are so many characters that I felt like I needed a notepad of suspects some of which show up for two or three pages and are not heard from again for 300 and it s just assumed you ll remember them but that s not a full complaint as it fits the scenario after all the book takes place over Art, Culture, and Cuisine eight years From a structural standpoint it is much a direct seuel to The Big Nowhere In fact this one starts with a prologue that acts as anpilogue of the previous novel I m actually a bit conflicted on my feelings about this view spoilerOn one hand I like the sense of closure but on the other if one hadn t read the previous book and this series operates fairly well as stand alone novels thus far it doesn t have the impact as it reuires you to care about Meeks It also spoils for those who didn t know that Dudley Smith is as close to a main antagonist as this series is going to get whereas if we didn t have that prologue newcomers could Berlioz and His Century easily be taken in by his good nature and the friendship he seems to be forming with Bud To a certainxtent I wish it would have been the ACTUAL Aristotles Rhetoric epilogue to the previous novel as we were certain Smith was a right asshole then and though it would have been a bit of a downernding it would have been a nice way of cementing that Smith gets the solution he wants no matter what hide spoiler The never Blood Runs Green ending parade of homogenous macho cops the weak dependable women perfect victims for any crime the overwhelmingly complex story line sub plot within sub plot twist upon twist all that delivered in a flat dry style That s an Ellroy novel for you I know that it s supposed to add up to this intricate dark story interwoven with sex and violence and thus gripping like nothinglse But I frankly was bored to death The scheming was a tad too Charting an Empire elaborate for my taste After a while I stopped caring when yet another layer to the story was revealed there s only so much dry plot that I can take Plot on itself won t keep me on thedge for long A list of names straight out of phonebook won LA Confidential Film policier sur Tl Jours LA Confidential Toutes les informations de diffusion les bandes annonces les photos Colored Property et rediffusions de LA Confidential avec Tl Jours LA Confidentialn streaming direct Desire and 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Do it for me Descartes and His Contemporaries either Violence and sex will keep me interested for a little while but unless it s happening to a well fleshed out character that too willventually start to disappoint And that s what happened I ve High Tide at Midnight ended up being disappointed I wanted to like this book I loved the movie and I do get the appeal of this gritty brutal writing But despite somenjoyable moments getting through LA Confidential felt like a chore So I cannot say that I liked it Hence the 2 star rating We ve all heard of the Good CopBad Cop routine but when you read a James Ellroy novel it s like Bad CopWorse CopCrimes Against Humanity CopThis third installment in the LA uartet introduces us to another trio of police officers who wouldn t last ten minutes on the job if there were smart phones in the 1950s which could have recorded their many misdeeds Ed Exley is a brilliant detective but his physical cowardice is Education and Equality exceeded only by his ruthless ambition Bud White is a thug who never met a suspect he couldn t beat into talking and he s got a special hatred reserved for men who hurt women Jack Vincennes has gone Hollywood with a side gig as the technical advisor for a TV cop show and his reputation as a relentless narco officer is mainly due to him taking payoffs from a scandal rag to arrest movie stars to create juicy storiesThe three copsnd up involved in a police brutality scandal dubbed Bloody Christmas which leads to drastic changes of fortune for Deceptive Beauties each of them Then a shocking mass murder in a coffee shop in an apparent robbery gone wrong draws all of them into the orbit of the investigation Driven by their obsessions and haunted by secrets all of them will follow separate trails through a tangled web of pornography drugs prostitution rape and murder Ellroy had used similarlements of historical fiction that combines the seedy history of LA with his own Dangerous Work epic crime stories in previous books but I think this is where he perfected the idea and really soared with it It s the first time he fully deployed a uniue style that isssentially a stream of consciousness that shifts among the three leads that uses clipped sentences to form a patter that makes Flavor and Soul everything feel as if it s beingxperienced instead of a narrative you re readingThe main appeal for me is the three main characters These are not nice guys They are utterly amoral and unrepentant racists who cause an normous amount of damage in pursuit of their own agendas What saves them And this is what usually redeems Ellroy s characters is their ultimate realizations that they re pawns being used by a system that is far criminal and corrupt than anything they ve done and that they re willing to destroy themselves and verything around them in bids for redemptionThis is a brutal vicious crime novel filled with shocking acts of violence and offensive language It s also an Forgery, Replica, Fiction extremely complex and dense book with multiple confusing sub plots spinning off the main Nite Owl story I ve read it multiple times and I d still be hard pressed toxplain verything that happens and why Despite all of that it remains among my favorite novels because it is such a bold attempt to do something different that is mostly successful I also credit the movie as being one of the best adaptations of a book I ve seen There s only about 40% of the plot from the page on the screen but they did a masterful job of combining and condensing lements while preserving the Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life essential feel of the book and smartly keeping the focus on its three flawed main characters Even when ya know the plot from the movie it s still riveting 1 Yes this wasxcellent2 Yes this was hard boiled3 Yes this had confusing storylines4 Yes this book needed a list of characters unless you have an incredible memory 5 Yes I wanted to give this book a solid five stars I have been wanting to read this great book for years then when I saw I had 10 friends who read it it became a must read now Of those 10 friends five gave it four stars and five five stars so I knew it was great Ellroy wrote The Black Dahalia which I loved giving it five stars and I fully Escape expected this book to live up to my five starxpectation However I found the characters very confusing I wondered how does Ellroy xpect the reader to remember John Doe who was mentioned on page 25 then repeated again on page 158 So who is John Doe Then begin flipping back the pages to see when he was mentioned Although the storyline was about the Night Owl massacre of six people in an all night coffee shop there were multiple storylines revolving around that vent There are three main characters and they weave back and forthgood yes he s a good guy then hell no he s a bad guy So in my mind there are no clear cut good guybad guys in the ntire book And that is not a complaint but if you need a clear delineation of goodbad guys it s not here Needless to say this is no pansy ass book with warm and fuzzies It s dark pitch black dark and that s why it s called noir A great word for this bookI still wish that Goodreads would allow us readers to give half stars but no Changes in GR as we all know but not there With that said I would give this one three and a half but I do round up so I m tipping the scale of my circle of friends with six now giving it four stars and five reviewers five stars No it didn t amaze me Hopefully the next Ellroy will I m xpecting it but will begin my list of characters on page one like I should have done here hint hint In the aftermath of the Bloody Christmas the lives of three cops are forever Lit entwined Ed Exley the by the book cop who is forever in his father s shadow glory hound Jack Vincennes and Bud White the man forever avenging his dead mother After six people are killed in the Nite Owl Massacre can the three men coxist working the same case or will they all go down in flamesLA Confidential is an Award-Winning Books for Children and Young Adults, 1990-1991 epic crime tale spanning nearly a decade a tale of corruption greed drugs pornography and murder upon murder upon murder In many ways it s The Big Nowhere 20 Ellroy once again uses the hell s trinity of three cops with varying degrees of dirtiness toxplore Hollywood s filthy and infected underbellyThe story started simply Keeper of the Doves enough A bunch of cops got tanked at a Christmas party and beat the shit out of some prisoners Ed Exley snitched setting the tone for most of the rest of his role in the book that of an overgrown kiss ass hall monitor Well that s unfair I guess He s a pretty good detective for a daddy s boy rat As with previous Ellroy affairs two of the cops are pretty dirty Jack Vincennes sells dirt to tabloids and Bud White s a heavy handed guy with a nevernding beef with wifebeatersOnce the Nite Owl Massacre hits and the smut magazines rear their creepy masked heads Ellroy shows just how dirty cops can be with lots of withholding Heat Wave (Nikki Heat, evidence and backstabbing The three leads prove themselves to be multi faceted characters all three with likeable and deplorable traits Structurally it s very similar to The Big Nowhere only richer nuanced and grimier James Ellroy s Los Angeles is a cesspool with a thousand decaying corpses bobbing just beneath the surfaceI had a feeling who the mastermind was but was in the dark about a lot of the rest of the dirty deed doers until the trinity finally got on the same page just before the pages were torn out for good For most of the book I was happy to be on Ellroy s sightseeing tour of Hollywood hell His punchy use of language was something to behold a machine gun of poetic yet brutal short sentencesThending was pretty hard I knew the Not Quite Cold (Lowcountry Mysteries, ending would be rough considering the previous two books in the LA uartet but this one was a bloody train wreck There were some great character moments in the final pages and it s left me ravenous for White JazzI guess I can finally join the nearly 20 year old party and see the movie now Five out of five stars I hadn t meant to start my Christmas themed reads just yet but I d forgotten LA Confidential pretty much begins with a Christmas party scene It s not much of what you d call a Christmas book That scene is really the only connection to the holiday and yet it has just as much to do with Christmas as other books which slap the word on the cover in an attempt to get fools like me to read it for no other reason than that connection No this book is about Los Angeles seedy underbelly and the bad apple cops who made it worse Our trio of heroesanti heroes try to scrub that underbelly and toss out those rotten apples and Ellroy does anxcellent job at Collision of Wills eliciting anmotional attachment to them in the reader I read this because I saw and loved the movie version and I wanted to see how closely related they were They re very similar The way in which they diverge is common to most adapted books background detail The movie had to pare down the book s wealth of content stripping away major storylines in order to fit the script of a typical feature length film Movie viewers miss out on some nice scenes and descriptio. 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