Shutter Island

Shutter Island❰Reading❯ ➻ Shutter Island Author Dennis Lehane – Heartforum.co.uk The year is 1954 US Marshal Teddy Daniels and his new partner Chuck Aule have come to Shutter Island home of Ashecliffe Hospital for the Criminally Insane to investigate the disappearance of a patient The year is US Marshal Teddy Daniels and his new partner Chuck Aule have come to Shutter Island home of Ashecliffe Hospital for the Criminally Insane to investigate the disappearance of a patient Multiple murderess Rachel Solando is loose somewhere on this remote and barren island despite having been kept in a locked cell under constant surveillance As a killer hurricane relentlessly bears down on them a strange case takes on even darker sinister shades—with hints of radical experimentation horrifying surgeries and lethal countermoves made in the cause of a covert shadow war No one is going to escape Shutter Island unscathed because nothing at Ashecliffe Hospital is what it seems But then neither is Teddy Daniels.

Dennis Lehane born Aug th is an American author He has written several novels including the New York Times bestseller Mystic River which was later made into an Academy Award winning film also called Mystic River directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Sean Penn Tim Robbins and Kevin Bacon Lehane can be briefly seen waving from a car in the parade scene at the end of the film The.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 369 pages
  • Shutter Island
  • Dennis Lehane
  • English
  • 02 May 2014
  • 9780380731862

10 thoughts on “Shutter Island

  1. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Ashecliffe Hospital sat on the central plain of the island's northwestern side Sat begnignly I might add It looked nothing like a hospital for the criminally insane and even less like the military barracks it had been before that Its appearance reminded most of us in point of fact of a boarding school Teddy and Chuck are called out to the island to try and find out what happened to one of the inmates She just escaped There really isn't a way she could escape but there you have it The whole place is just downright creepy Teddy is trying his hardest to figure out a code the lady left behind It was crazy town but it all added up in the end We also get flashbacks of Teddy's wife who was killed in a fire and the supposed killer is at this same prison Hmmmm too convenient right? Teddy has dreams of his wife and you just plain feel sorry for him I have watched the movie several times but this is the first time reading the book They are both awesome I mean talk about a twisted story The end game blew me right out of the water It's just too crazy to fathom but I can see how this could happen to people I could see how some things could push people right over the edge And it's not a nice edge to go over Awesome book Mel ♥

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Shutter Island Dennis LehaneShutter Island is a novel by American writer Dennis Lehane published by Harper Collins in April 2003 A film adaptation was released in February 2010 In 1954 widower US Marshal Edward Teddy Daniels and his new partner Chuck Aule go on a ferry boat to Shutter Island the home of Ashecliffe Hospital for the criminally insane to investigate the disappearance of a patient Rachel Solando who was incarcerated for drowning her three children Despite being kept in a locked cell under constant supervision she has escaped the hospital and the desolate islandIn Rachel's room Teddy and Chuck discover a code that Teddy breaks He tells Chuck that he believes the code points to a 67th patient when records show only 66 Teddy also reveals that he wants to avenge the death of his wife Dolores who was murdered two years prior by a man called Andrew Laeddis whom he believes is an inmate in Ashecliffe Hospital The novel is interspersed with graphic descriptions of World War II and Dachau which Teddy helped to liberate After Hurricane Carol hits the island Teddy and Chuck investigate Ward C where Teddy believes government experiments with psychotropic drugs are being conducted While separated from Chuck for a short while in Ward C Teddy meets a patient called George Noyce who tells him that everything is an elaborate game designed for him and that Chuck is not to be trusted تاریخ نخستین خوانش بیست و ششم نوامبر سال 2015میلادیعنوان جزیره ی شاتر؛ نویسنده دنیس لهین؛ مترجم کوروش سلیم زاده؛ تهران، نشرچشمه، 1393؛ در 435ص؛ شابک 9786002294586؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 21مبا اقتباس از این کتاب فیلمی نیز به کارگردانی جناب «مارتین اسکورسیزی» ساخته شده، ماجرای بررسی فرار یک بیمار روانی خطرناک، از سوی دو مارشال ایالات متحده در سال 1954میلادی است؛ دو مارشال ایالات متحده، «تدی دانیل»ز؛ و همکارش «چاک ایول»، برای بررسی فرار یک بیمار روانی خطرناک «سولاندو»، از بیمارستانی در «جزیره شاتر» در نزدیکی «بوستون»؛ با کشتی به آن جزیره مسافرت می‌کنند؛ در هنگام ورود به جزیره، «تد»، با رفتارهای ناخوشایندی از سوی پلیس مستقر در جزیره، روبرو می‌شود؛ «تدی» همسر خود را در یک آتش‌ سوزی عمدی، که توسط یک مجرم روانی بنام «اندرو لدیس»، که او هم در همین جزیره نگهداری می‌شود؛ از دست داده است؛ رفتارهای غیرعادی توسط رئیس بیمارستان روانی، دکتر «جان کاولی»، ادامه می‌یابد؛ در ادامه او احساس می‌کند، که همه ی افراد داخل جزیره، به نحوی در یک بازی که صرفاً برای وی طراحی شده است، بازی می‌کنند؛ رفتارهای غیرعادی، به همراه هوای طوفانی جزیره، باعث می‌شود؛ تا بیماری میگرن «تدی» اوج بگیرد؛ در حین سردردهای مزمن میگرنی، او، تصاویر مربوط به آزادسازی اردوگاه «داخائو»، و کشتار محافظان آلمانی آن، به دست وی، و سایر نیروهای آمریکایی همرزمش؛ در ذهنش نقش می‌بندد؛ او همچنین تصاویری از همسر خویش مشاهده می‌کند، که به وی می‌گوید «سولاندو» و همچنین «لادیس»، همچنان در جزیره هستند؛ و از وی می‌خواهد که به جستجو ادامه دهد؛ و ؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 02071399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  3. Annemarie says:

    It's been two months since I've read this book but I still can't stop thinking about it In my opinion it was absolutely perfect I didn't feel bored for even a single second The story was fast paced but not too fast it had just the right paceI fell in love with the characters pretty much right away I'm not even exactly sure why all of them just seemed interesting in their own way Enough of their backstory was given for me to become attached to them and I would love to have even material with them However I wouldn't actually want to read a seuel The book ends in the perfect way and any additional scenes would ruin itSomehow I was able to avoid spoilers And I'm so glad I did because this definitely made the story exciting and suspenseful So going into detail in my review would be pointless Just read the book and be amazed As a side note The movie is absolutely amazing as well and one of the best book to movie adaptions I have ever seen

  4. Will Byrnes says:

    I have read Mystic River and this is no Mystic River It is an interesting novel with a fun twist that I found unbelievable Many think of it than I did I have not seen the film so can offer no opinion on whether it is better or worse faithful to the book or not IMHO it is LeHane light feel free to skip it image based on the film drawn from the site Collider

  5. Bill says:

    The night I finished this my mind was left reeling from it for a couple of hours and the next day I was unable to get it out of my head Shutter Island is a departure from the KenzieGennaro series andit's one of those novels that will certainly leave you pondering the whole story once you're finished itThe less you know about the story the better Suffice it to say this is an excellent read and there are very few novels I have read that made my head buzz for hours after Don't miss this read it before the movie comes out

  6. Mario says:

    he hated how fucked up and obscene the world and everything in it had becomeWell fuck I decided to wait for at least one day before writing this review because I needed time to process this book But even though than 24 hours passed I still haven't processed it even a bit Not in a long time did I read a book that grabbed me as Shutter Island did When I was reading this book and I had to put it down to do some other stuff it followed me everywhere When I wasn't reading it I surely was thinking about it Shutter Island crawled under my skin and it will stay there for a long time Even now when I finished it I'm sure that it will be somewhere in the back of my mind for a long time I'm not going to say anything about the plot because I think that this book should be read without knowing anything about it If you are planning to read this book just read it without researching what it is about and have it in mind that even if you guess the twist don't let that take away the enjoyment of reading it I guessed one part of the twist somewhere in the middle but what blew my mind was what that twist did to the characters in the story Not everything is about the twist This was my Lehane's second book I read Mystic River a while back and it's definitely my favorite book by him so far Truly an amazing book that will stay with me for a long long time

  7. Carol says:

    I honestly thought my opinion of this book would be greatly influenced by my having seen the film but it wasn't I was completely blown away reading this one This was probably one of the best psychological thrillers I've ever read I loved how I got confused and then thought I figured it out but then was totally confused all over again until right near the end at which point everything came to light

  8. Lou says:

    An isolated island a raging hurricane a locked room secret codes a mental hospital and rumors of mysterious medical experiments frame the story Written in a very different style compared to Lehane's previous novels Mystic river and Gone baby gone The plot is not the simplest of plots i was scratching my head intrigued because the story flips through past present and surreal It is a disorienting complex story grounded in the reality of the timescold war USA in 1954 From pondering over the story carefully i find myself laughing now at how Lehane whipped and twisted the story until you are dumb founded just when you think you solved it you realize the opposite You sense the feeling of being cheated in the story because when you start you set out wanting to finding the missing person but realize all is not what it seems well i have to take my hat of to Lehane's creativity

  9. Paul says:

    Another in your face gritty and extremely well written book by Dennis Lehane He does such a great job with character development and keeping things smoothly developing from its origins Very well done

  10. Dem says:

    What a terrific supense novel by Denis Lehane Even though I had seen the movie many years ago I had always wanted to read the book and was so glad I did as I had forgotten the plot anyhow and the book proved to be so well written and intriguing that it had me on the edge of my seatThe novel is set of the Massachusette's coast in an army facility turned hopital for the criminally insane This book is full of twists and turns and really packs a punch I loved the fact theat the author at the very begining of the story plunges the reader right in and you really get caught up in the drama of shutter Island right from the onsetI dont want to give too much away about this truly absorbing book but I did loose myself in the characters and the happenings on the Shutter Island Its a novel thats is well paced and thought out and certainly well worth a read

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