The Silence of the Lambs
Publish date: 2002
Pages no: 338
Edition language: English
Series: Hannibal Lecter (#2)
This was just about a perfectly executed thriller. The characters were believable and engaging, except for Dr. Lecter and Buffalo Bill, who were believable and horrifying, and Dr. Chilton, who was believably slimy, the pace was snappy, and the clues were doled out just right - enough to keep me read...
As I said in my review of Red Dragon, I’m one of the only people on Goodreads who, until now, hadn’t read Thomas Harris’s novels about that infamous cannibal, Dr. Hannibal Lecter. I’ve never seen the movie adaptations, either. Seriously. So I don’t think it’s prudent I rehash this book’s plot; you...
I didn't realize this was an abridged copy. I was so excited by how amazing Kathy Bates' voice sounded narrating the sample clip that I streamed the entire book over the course of two days. It's just over 3 hours long but I honestly could not tell it was abridged. Is it abridged because parts were...
Ja, für die angehende FBI-Agentin Clarice Starling ist sie das auf jeden Fall. Gerade noch hat sie in Quantico die Schulbank gedrückt, steckt sie schon mitten in der Serienkillerjagd nach Buffalo Bill, der Frauen häutet, und kommt zur zweifelhaften Ehre Dr. Hannibal Lecter zu verhören.Anfangs sollte...
I read this quite a few years ago. The Silence of the Lambs is one of my all time favourite films. However, I still loved the book, despite having already seen the film.