Deine Meinung zu»Bretonische Flut«. Hier kannst Du einen Kommentar zu diesem Buch schreiben. Wir freuen uns auf Deine Meinungen. Ein fairer, respektvoller. Doch in seinem fünften Fall verschlägt es ihn an einem strahlend schönen Junitag vor die äußerste Westküste der Bretagne. Auf die einzigartige Île de Sein, wo. 05 Bretonische Flut: Kommissar Dupin wird zu einem grausigen Leichenfund in die Markthallen von Douarnenez gerufen: Dort wurde frühmorgens inmitten von.
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Hochseefischer, Delfinforscher, Schmuggler und eine sagenumwobene Insel mitten im rauen Atlantik Nie wieder wollte Kommissar Dupin auf dem Meer ermitteln. Doch in seinem neuen Fall verschlägt es ihn vor die äußerste Westküste der Bretagne. Bretonische Flut: Kommissar Dupins fünfter Fall (Kommissar Dupin ermittelt, Band 5) | Bannalec, Jean-Luc | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für. Doch in seinem fünften Fall verschlägt es ihn an einem strahlend schönen Junitag vor die äußerste Westküste der Bretagne. Auf die einzigartige Île de Sein, wo. Kommissar Dupin – Bretonische Flut | Video verfügbar bis | Bild: ARD Degeto / Wolfgang Ennenbach. Spielfilm Deutschland Deine Meinung zu»Bretonische Flut«. Hier kannst Du einen Kommentar zu diesem Buch schreiben. Wir freuen uns auf Deine Meinungen. Ein fairer, respektvoller. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Bretonische Flut«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! 05 Bretonische Flut: Kommissar Dupin wird zu einem grausigen Leichenfund in die Markthallen von Douarnenez gerufen: Dort wurde frühmorgens inmitten von.
05 Bretonische Flut: Kommissar Dupin wird zu einem grausigen Leichenfund in die Markthallen von Douarnenez gerufen: Dort wurde frühmorgens inmitten von. Hochseefischer, Delfinforscher, Schmuggler und eine sagenumwobene Insel mitten im rauen Atlantik Nie wieder wollte Kommissar Dupin auf dem Meer ermitteln. Doch in seinem neuen Fall verschlägt es ihn vor die äußerste Westküste der Bretagne. Bretonische Flut: Kommissar Dupins fünfter Fall (Kommissar Dupin ermittelt, Band 5) | Bannalec, Jean-Luc | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für. To ask other readers questions about Bretonische Flutplease sign up. Written by gpermant I have to this point very much enjoyed this contemporary mystery series Bretonische Flut in Breton. The whole National Geographic Live is packed in a neverending blabber on brittany's mythology. There was never a clear explanation as to how the murders were committed, and the ending was for me deeply unsatisfying. In der Auktionshalle von Douarnenez liegt die Leiche einer Fischerin. Doch dann kommt es zum lebensbedrohlichen Defekt in ihrer Raumkapsel. Etwas davon ist ja Greys Anatomy Staffel 12 Start interessant, aber in diesem Krimi eindeutig zu viel. Dupin's fünfter Fall ist für mich auch der letzte Fall.
Bretonische Flut - Besetzung und StabBretonische Verhältnisse. Dieser wird so bald wie möglich geprüft und danach veröffentlicht. Kurzmeinung: Bretonische Mystik verquickt zu einem spannenden Kriminalfall. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Geburtstag vor. One person found this Btooom Anime. Bretonisches Vermächtnis. Werbung ist nicht gestattet. Sell on Amazon Start Pr0gram Selling Account. Ich habe den Täter jedenfalls nicht erraten. Wieder eine junge Frau, auch sie mit durchschnittener Kehle.
Jan 05, Barbara Heckendorn rated it really liked it Shelves: read-reviewed , books Also Commissaire Dupin's fifth case was very exciting.
He investigates the offshore islands, where on the one hand he likes the landscape but on the other hand the stormy sea brings him great discomfort.
The question comes up soon, does he have to deal with a serial killer? Which he doubted, even if many signs speak for it.
Did the scientists have to die because they tested new fishing methods or found that the sea was poisoned or because they found a mythological cross?
Once again, Dupin must r Also Commissaire Dupin's fifth case was very exciting. Once again, Dupin must recognize how closed the Breton island population is and therefore far from being helpful.
This is the second book in the series I have read, and the author creates a very believable world in the coastal area of Brittany.
The story is a procedural of three identical murders with no obvious suspect, but the author also weaves the food and wine culture of the area, as well as Breton folklore including sea witches and ghost ships into the story.
Dupin is such a likable character, you just hang out with him, eat seafood, and watch the sunset on the beach.
I really hate it when books refer to Agatha Christie. Stop name dropping, it doesn't make your book anymore like hers.
This novel at one point refers to the murders occurring as "like something from an Agatha Christie mystery" which couldn't be further from the truth--and making your detective dislike having to cross a body of water in a boat a known Poirot dislike doesn't help.
If you've ever read an Agatha Christie mystery you'd know she doesn't fill them with "fluff", pretty much everything I really hate it when books refer to Agatha Christie.
If you've ever read an Agatha Christie mystery you'd know she doesn't fill them with "fluff", pretty much everything you read is important to the story.
Overall, I read half and gave up. I can't go on reading something that feels laborious, and this did.
There were parts of it that was okay, but for it to be mass marketable it would need heavy editing. The 5th of the series that we found after our return from the centre of the first, Pont Aven.
That first novel had me hooked probably because it captured the area that I had just visited so well.
As the series progressed, the area of action moves around the region and this may have been the reason that it didnt appeal as strongly.
We had been waiting for this latest book for a while, since reading the last, but both my wife and I felt the same problem in recapturing the character of Commissaire Du The 5th of the series that we found after our return from the centre of the first, Pont Aven.
We had been waiting for this latest book for a while, since reading the last, but both my wife and I felt the same problem in recapturing the character of Commissaire Dupin.
I went as far as to wonder if the translator had changed. Maybe because of this I found this one more difficult to get into. Dupin's style of investigation may not be the easiest to follow anyway but gradually the book won me back.
What I seemed to have lost in the characterisation of the suspects , I made up for in the atmospheric writing which became more obvious in the second half.
The description of the ragout de homard will stay with me until our return to the region and the mysterious , all seeing, all knowing Nolwenn will haunt me too.
After what I thought was a difficult start , it didnt let me down and I will certainly have a "watch" set for the next.
Actually, in my opinion, more like two and a half stars than three. The setting is still marvelous — the sea, the sky, the coastal towns, their inhabitants and their history and legends.
And the food. Especially the food. That being said, the story itself wanders around more than a bit and never really gets resolved or clarified, and I found it to be mostly unsatisfying.
The supremely competent and unflappable Nolwenn still holds up the sky and keeps the world Actually, in my opinion, more like two and a half stars than three.
The supremely competent and unflappable Nolwenn still holds up the sky and keeps the world in its proper orbit. Thank goodness.
Kedeg is annoying but effective, and Riwal keeps wandering off into the land of myths. Dupin is dodging his demanding, narcissistic mother and trying to spend a little time with Claire.
Plus ca change….. I found the first half of the book a bit slow with the details of laying the groundwork for the murder investigations but the pace picked up and the second half was more engaging.
I enjoyed reading about the Breton area and the islands off of the French coast. I really liked the setting of this book on the Breton coast.
The scenery is incredibly described. I also liked all the details of life in a fishing community. I liked the overall pace of the mystery, too.
The only thing I didn't particularly like was that some of the characters, such as Riwal, were highly involved in the story, but weren't described particularly well.
I felt like I didn't know anything about them. I received this book as a Goodreads giveaway. Aug 04, Querdenkerin rated it did not like it.
Unfocused telling of an uninteresting story. All but the main characters remain shapeless blurs. The whole tragedy is packed in a neverending blabber on brittany's mythology.
Don't waste your time with this! Have some mixed feelings about this book. The mystery itself is good..
Commissaire Dupin first thing in the morning is called to a fish market where a woman has been murdered. Shortly afterwards he is told another woman has been murdered on a small island off the coast.
He takes a boat out to the island and begins trying to find out if there is a connection between the two. He then receives another call about a 3rd victim and again tries to find a connection.
There are lots of trips back and for Have some mixed feelings about this book. There are lots of trips back and forth between the islands and mainland and Dupin doesn't do well on the water.
The weather features prominently in the story along with descriptions of the coast, islands and surrounding areas. One of the inspectors is constantly going off on stories of myths and legends of the area and Dupin gets frustrated with this.
Lots of characters are introduced as suspects, witness, etc. Small island life does have a tendency to allow for everyone to know each other and this fact is definitely played up in this story.
Many of the suspects are very uncooperative and seem to have their own agenda, especially the main suspect, Morin, who is basically a criminal that no one has been able to catch doing his illegal activities.
It appears that one of the murdered women is Morin's daughter and he is looking into who the murderer is. Trying to figure out why the people were murdered is also a big question.
There is talk of them having found something, possibly a valuable old cross, evidence of smuggling, illegal fishing or pollution. Dupin has several unsatisfactory conversations with Morin.
He reminds me of a crime boss who can't be touched and wants to control everything. Dupin also has a colleague, Nolwenn, who is involved in other things besides work but manages to get everything done for him and all the information he needs and do a lot of it before he even knows he needs it.
Dupin's personal life is also brought into play as his mother keeps calling about him coming to her birthday party along with his relationship with his girlfriend but that isn't a big part of the story.
He is a definite foodie and there are lots of descriptions of the places he eats and the meals. Didn't really like the ending as it wasn't very satisfying.
Left a little hanging. Seemed like a little too much going back and forth between places when others could handle stuff and there was no talk of the cost of all of it.
Most police have budgets that they have to live within and this story used a lot of resources both boats, choppers and lots of people. Received this book from the Goodreads Giveways.
First I have read from this author and will try some of the earlier ones. This is the fifth book in the series, and having read all of the previous translations this one is a bit disappointing.
Commissaire Dupin is drawn into a murder of a female fisherman, found stuffed into a bin of fish remains. Quickly on the heals of this discovery is a second murder, of a dolphin researcher living on an island not far away.
The two women were friends, and unfortunately for Dupin mostly kept to themselves, leaving questions as to what the possible motive could be.
A third murder This is the fifth book in the series, and having read all of the previous translations this one is a bit disappointing.
A third murder adds more confusion, leaving another trail to follow. Did it have to do with buried treasure?
Fishermen vs. Scientific research? All possibilities need to be explored before the too quick ending is revealed.
This novel started out rather slow, but managed to pick up speed about halfway through. I enjoyed Dupin's pursuit of all of the different avenues - there were bad people, up to no good, that he really wanted to find guilty, but Dupin was disciplined enough to let the facts speak for themselves.
The waterfront and its culture is lovingly described, with the traditions, hardships, and cuisine taking a big place in the story. The meals Dupin shares with his team at the waterfront bistros make me want to jump in a plane and head over to France today Dupin's role as an outsider to Brittany is a big part of the story and the charm of this series, but I felt that in this novel the history and folklore of Brittany was too much in the forefront, as Dupin and the reader had to listen to long passages of history and legends that had very little to do with the mystery.
The setting of the waterfront and the islands added another layer of culture and myths to the story. At times, I found myself sighing as I had to go through another lecture about some obscure myth.
And the conclusion, when it came, was rushed and left one wondering if Mr. Bannalec was up against a deadline.
Martin's Press and NetGalley for providing me with a free advance electronic copy of this book. I really liked this book. The writing is excellent, and the author is using his imagination to create what cubists would call the internal and the external story.
Externally, its a good mystery. I would have liked to have seen a bit more character development, but that's just me. Not everyone needs that.
But it's a way for me to feel like I'm inside the story with a bunch of people I know instead of being on the outside looking in. Internally, the author has created tension between "reality" and I really liked this book.
Internally, the author has created tension between "reality" and "fantasy. In addition, one of Dupin's inspectors constantly relates folk stories of magic, witchcraft and mythology.
The main character, Dupin, seems to have a hostile relationship with the ocean. Anyway, when he is at the ocean, he is away from life.
Going out to sea, the author says Dupin is "leaving the land of the living. Ile de Sein is referred to "the closest place to the realm of the dead and the immortals.
And then, of course, there are phone calls from his mother, insisting he come to Paris. I asked myself why the author would use this element.
What is the literary purpose? I think it is that his mother is in the land of reality, and she is his touchstone to the real world.
Her calls are annoying, but that annoyance is almost a necessary part of a parent keeping a child in the living world.
So, it was fun! I liked this book enough that I finished it over a weekend, and spent the next few days wishing I could visit Brittany.
One was that the threads of the mystery seemed to be a little more random this time — I had a bit of trouble following what was leading Dupin towards the solution to the mystery.
Although Nolwenn makes cameo appearances by phone, I missed seeing more of her. All-in-all, though, neither of these things bothered me all that much, and I look forward to the next title in the series to be translated.
Thanks again to Edelweiss and the publisher for the ARC, which they provided to me in exchange for an honest review. From the cover: Deep sea fishers, dolphin researchers, smugglers, and an island shrouded in myth in the middle of the rough Atlantic ocean: Commissaire Dupin had sworn he would never again investigate on the ocean, but his fifth case takes him offshore, off the west coast of Brittany on a beautifully sunny day in June.
I received the book for free through Goodreads Giveaways. I did enjoy all the descriptions of the area BUT at times it seemed too lengthy. The murder mystery was good, but then Dupin had only 2 days to complete the investigation so he could get to personal business with his mother.
I know I read the book, but to go back and forth from one place to another. I also wondered how much money this police force had all the boats, traveling, time and a chopper wow.
The ending was quick and not to complete for me. In the latest Brittany Mystery Commissaire Dupin must face his biggest challenge a finding a murderer who is leaving a trail of bodies on small islands and coastal areas.
How to investigate when he suffers greatly from seasickness and hates going out in a boat. Dupin has moved from Paris to Brittany five years ago.
He is still learning the language, legends and superstitions of the locals. Brittany is a character in this series a strong and beautiful place full of personality and mystique.
Breto In the latest Brittany Mystery Commissaire Dupin must face his biggest challenge a finding a murderer who is leaving a trail of bodies on small islands and coastal areas.
Bretons are Bretons and are not French. Dupin is having to earn their trust and learn new tricks. Thankfully he has three wonderful assistants in Riwal, Kadeg, and Nolwenn.
When a call comes in the early hours of morning Dupin heads to a fish auction house. The body of a female fisherwoman has been found with her throat cut.
In the busy place anyone could have done it. All fishermen carry knives capable of the crime. As Dupin begins his questioning, alibi checks and gathering background, a call comes in of a dolphin researcher found on an island also with her throat cut.
So begins the tangled web of secrets and lies, when a third body is found it throws the teams hypothesis for a loop. Now they have a retired professor of virology that somehow connects to the case.
What could be the possible reason for wanting these three people. Whenever a new Brittany Mystery is released I drop everything to read it first.
I have to this point very much enjoyed this contemporary mystery series set in Breton. This one, not so much. Readers will instead get Dupin and his detectives wandering all over hither and yon, talking to a confusing number of people without finding out much of anything.
And it takes an awfully long time to even get to this point. That was another disappointment. Well, maybe next time. Thanks to the publisher and to NetGalley for a copy of this book, in exchange for this review.
Where to start telling why I loved this book so much? The police procedural is exceptionally well done with due diligence above and beyond the call.
Plenty of suspense, too. Commissaire Dupin is so very real and human, in the way of Commissario Montalbano and Dr Siri Paiboun although he is not so much into fantastical things.
No doubt about the merits of that part. The knife murders of three people in just over a day is monstrous. For those of us who also geek folklore and history, this is tru Where to start telling why I loved this book so much?
For those of us who also geek folklore and history, this is truly a treasure trove of information. For those who live with the sea in any part of the world, there is beautiful descriptions of island life anywhere but especially off the coast of Brittany.
And seals! I never knew that this area hosted seals! For those who go out to the sea in boats there's appreciation of the hard work and dangers. For environmentalists there is clear and horrifying descriptives of poaching and waste.
And then there's the smuggling of cigarettes! Don't forget to thank the unnamed translator. Thank you! I have read all the books in this series and continue to have such mixed feelings.
I always love the descriptions of the settings and the mythology of the places. I enjoy reading about the industry that is the setting for the murders.
I enjoy the main character who dominates the books with his quirks and investigating techniques, but often feel like I'm spending all my time with an egomaniac and wonder why.
I enjoy the love of good food and his relationship with his minions in the department es I have read all the books in this series and continue to have such mixed feelings.
I enjoy the love of good food and his relationship with his minions in the department especially his assistant, Nolwenn which makes him a bit more accessible.
These stories are so dense with background and descriptions about the places and so lacking in the characters that could spark more interest.
Get some streaming picks. Title: Bretonische Flut 09 Mar To go by the book and the locations, it is about two murders in the fishing business in the extreme west of Brittany around the bay of Douarnenez.
A fisherwoman is found with her throat slit next to the fish auctioning hall in Douarnenez. Just as Commissaire Dupin and his team start questioning locals, a second murder is reported from the small island of Sein.
The first victim hails from there, was known for her sustainable opinions and opposition to the local fishing magnate.
The second victim is a biologist who just recently moved there. She was occupied with studying the dolphins in Iroise Maritime Nature Park.
Written by gpermant Once again the script of the movie has hardly anything in common with the book. Important characters missing, other characters added, relationships between characters completely, utterly different, the inspector's love affair de-romatisized, instead of using the clairefontaine notebook inspector Dupin uses the wall in his private appartment to visualize the evidence of the criminal case??
In one sentence: the whole plot is changed fundamentally - not to the better. And finally - only the slightest glimpse of Brittanys beauty and wilderness of the sea is portrayed in the movie.
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Country: Germany. Erst waren es 2 oder 3 Personen, dann war es mal nur eine. Zuviel Mystik, um einen Fall, den man ohne Weiteres auch logisch hätte zu Ende bringen können.
Enttäuschendes Buch. Schade, er kann es sonst besser! Habe das Buch gerade zu Ende gelesen und bin sehr enttäuscht. Unschlüssig, keine richtige "Auflösung" und der Leser wird sozusagen "in der Luft hängen gelassen".
Habe mir einen dramatischen Schluss mit einer umfassenden Klärung des Falles erwartet - zumindest Letzteres leider umsonst.
Alles in allem sehr unzufriedestellend, obwohl durchaus Potential für einen guten Abschluss vorhanden gewesen wäre Die Dialoge des Romans würden besser in einen Schulfunk passen.
Verschiedenen Personen legt Bannalec lange, staubtrockene Texte in den Mund. Den Bestsellererfolg dieser Romanreihe kann ich absolut nicht begreifen, vermutlich liegt es an den romantischen Gefühlen, die das Urlaubsziel Bretagne auslöst.
Warum gibt es diesen Roman nicht auf Französisch? Oder ist das geplant? Ich habe alle vorigen Bände auf Französisch kaufen können, die "Flut" kann ich nirgends auf Französisch finden.
Sehr schade! Ich weiss auch den französischen Titel nicht, kann mir bitte jemand mitteilen, ob der fünfte Fall und auch der sechste bereits auf Französisch erschienen ist und falls nicht, ab wann man sie kaufen kann.
Der Roman beginnt recht vielversprechend, doch wenn es letztendlich um das Mordmotiv geht, überzeugt der Roman nicht. Am Ende bleibt einiges zu undurchsichtig, was dadurch etwas abgemildert wird, dass auch Kommissar Dupin mit dem Ausgang des Falles recht unzufrieden ist.
Ob sich der Leser damit zufrieden gibt, ist eher fraglich. Ausserdem ist der Roman mit bretonischen Mythen und Legenden überfrachtet.
Da nützt es wenig, wenn sich auch Dupin über Riwals wiederholtes Abschweifen in die bretonische Mythologie beklagt.
Die obigen Einschränkungen für den 5. Also M. Banalec als geheimnisvoller Autor Lektor nutzen sie mit frischem Schwung ihre Ressourcen für einen neuen Fall.
Ach ja, wenn man alle Bannalec's gelesen hat, ist das neuste Buch ein bisschen enttäuschend, ein bisschen langfädig, ein bisschen zu simpel aber hat wiederum viele gute Hinweise, wohin der Weg führen sollte, wenn man mal in die Bretagne reist.
Was man unbedingt tun sollte. Ich habe das Gefühl, dass Inspektor Dupin etwas müde geworden ist, dass also dem Autor die Ideen ausgehen, weil das immer dann geschieht, wenn man "an Ort und Stelle" bleibt, resp.
Aber vielleicht ist das schon der Stoff für den nächste "Bretonischen Fall", in dem dann auch das Geheimnis um das Kreuz gelüftet wird. Kurzrezi: Ich knüpfe mal eben kurz an die Rezension von Bernd Härtel an: In so Einigem stimme ich zu, allerdings gefällt mir die doch sehr gelungene Figur des Le Commissaire Dupin nach wie vor gut und auch der Humor, der in allen 5 Fällen zu finden ist ; Allerdings ist hier die eigentliche Krimihandlung etwas zu kurz gekommen gegenüber der Mystik, selbst wenn es um "Ys" geht, der bretonischen Variante von Atlantis, der versunkenen Stadt Was mir dieses Mal weniger gefiel, war der Fall selbst - und die doch etwas waghalsig konstruierten Wendungen, die er dann letztendlich nahm.
Lesen werde ich ihn ganz bestimmt! Ich war schon sehr gespannt auf Dupin's neuen Fall. Aber der Krimi entwickelt sich über weite Strecken nur sehr zäh und wird völlig überlagert von den bretonischen Mythen und Legenden.
Etwas davon ist ja ganz interessant, aber in diesem Krimi eindeutig zu viel. Wenn man das Ende betrachtet, dann ist es schon fast ein Fantasy-Roman.Und wie hätte der Täter es schaffen können, die drei Tatorte aufzusuchen? Der Fall selbst war gut durchdacht und auch schlüssig, leider war das Ende etwas unbefriedigend, deshalb von mir auch nur 4 Sterne. Auflage Verkaufsrang Auch bezüglich des Motivs sind Dupin und sein Team ahnungslos. Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account. Bestellen bei:. Vielleicht in den Mythen um die Grip Deutsch Stadt Ys, die für die beiden Frauen von geheimnisvoller Anziehungskraft war?