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Unfortunately, Ian K. Smith's The Unspoken is yet another example of the dispiriting "art by algorithm" construct that always feels like is the machine behind all of Amazon's depressingly forgettable First Reads titles.
It deserves neither a good score nor a bad score, because that's the entire point -- it's neither good nor bad, but just some bland, gray, formless blob of room-temperature gelatin sitting on a cracked plate in front of you, something to mindlessly shovel into your body before trudging off to your joyless job at a draconian Amazon warehouse, where you're forced to wear a microchip that records exactly how many seconds you spend in the bathroom each day, shitting that flavorless gray blob of gelatin back out again.
That's no way to run a publishing company , and this is no way to enjoy a novel, even one that aims to be nothing more than a little supermarket airport-read piece of fluff, which is why I get a little more despondent about the world every time I try to read another one of these First Reads books.
I've been keeping at it because I keep hoping to be proven wrong; but I have to admit, at this point I'm just about ready to chuck it in for good, and to block the First Reads emails from even showing up in my inbox in the first place.
I mean, kudos to Smith for raising his public profile yet a little more for those who don't know, he's a "celebrity doctor" who regularly shows up on such racing-to-the-bottom fare as The View and The Rachael Ray Show , and is actually much better known for his nonfiction books on diet and nutrition ; but Jesus Christ, dude, don't get to the end of your life and have nothing else to show for it but soul-killingly mediocre bullshit like this.
Try at least a little bit harder next time, won't you? View 2 comments. This is a new series set in Chicago with our main character Ashe Cayne who is a P.
Ashe Cayne is a former Chicago detective. Ashe was forced out the force after he refused to participate in a police department cover-up involving the death a young man.
Since then Ashe has become a private investigator. Tinsley Gerrigan a young women from the wealthy North Shore goes missing her mum hires Ashe to find her.
As Ashe looks into Tinsley life, he uncovers secrets that Tinsley has been hiding. Tinsley boyfriend is murdered who is the nephew of well known gangster and the investigation gets murky with each step.
Ashe sets out to find Tinsley and find out who murdered her boyfriend. This was a great start to the series. Ashe is character who you can root for.
Ashe is a smooth and resourceful investigator and full of personality. The actually case Ashe works on has twists and turns and keeps you guessing.
A excellent start to a new series with a very likeable main character and I will definitely be reading the next book in the series.
Sep 02, Margaret Knox rated it it was amazing. Unforgivable Wow what a tale so many twists and turns the main character so interesting complicated and diverse with a heightened sense of justice.
The details of life in the wealthy and criminal sid Wow quite a tale with many twists and turns the main character interesting complicated and having a different sense of justice that holds your attention.
The contrast between the extremely wealthy and the criminal powers in Chicago and the awesome culinary delights well done. The treatment and release Unforgivable Wow what a tale so many twists and turns the main character so interesting complicated and diverse with a heightened sense of justice.
The treatment and release of the one who escaped punishment from the law was brutal as was the murder of a young man who had a bright future of course in the end worth reading Unfortunately, I felt like the book went off the rails pretty quickly.
It could have been an interesting story as it has touchstones that are very much in American national consciousness, like institutional racism, profiling, and haves vs.
Instead, though, this book got mired down in details that just didn't matter. We hear much of the Chicago setting, people's looks down to the Nth degree of detail, food and drink, etc.
So much time was spent on these details that characterization and plot suffered. I didn't connect with the characters how I like to in fiction because of this wrong focus on minutiae, not character or plot development.
I also wasn't a fan of the subplot. It seemed grafted on, so to speak. I like it when a subplot in a book like this supports or contrasts with the main one.
I felt like it served no such function here. As you can tell, I wasn't a fan of this book. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.
There is too much detail in the descriptions of Chicago, but not enough for the characters. It almost reads like a movie script where everything gets detailed to the last point.
I actually think this story would work pretty well on camera, just not on paper. The story is actually pretty good, but all the unnecessary details just make it a very unpleasant read for me.
Sep 01, Tanisha Okoli rated it it was amazing. Good read! It was definitely worth reading as kept me guessing all the way.
Hope to see more of Ashe. Sep 11, Kathy Martin rated it it was amazing. Ashe Cayne is a former police officer who left the force after refusing to participate in a cover-up.
He left with quite a settlement and good investments means that he can choose his own cases as a private investigator while still trying to improve his golf game.
When Violet Gerrigan comes and asks him to look for her missing daughter Tinsley, he isn't very interested.
But the more Violet tells him about Tinsley, the more his curiosity is aroused. So he begins an investigation. Soon he is led to Ashe Cayne is a former police officer who left the force after refusing to participate in a cover-up.
Soon he is led to the best friend - Hunter Morgan - who was supposed to host her friend the night she disappeared but says she didn't arrive and hasn't called to let her know why.
Morgan does mention a boyfriend - Tariq "Chopper" McNair - who is the nephew of a well-known gang lord in town and who is Black and not what people from the best part of Chicago want as a son-in-law.
Ashe meets Chopper who is worried about his missing girlfriend and paints a picture of a strong, lasting relationship.
Soon thereafter, Chopper is found shot to death in an abandoned alley and decorated with gang marks to make it look like he was killed by a rival gang of his uncle's.
Now his uncle comes to Ashe because he wants to know who killed his nephew. He has revenge in mind. The story was filled with interesting information about the city of Chicago, Chicago politics, and the activities of the very wealthy.
Ashe is a smart, competent investigator who's as comfortable with gang leaders as the most wealthy in town. He is persistent and has a strong sense of justice.
He is also something of a smartass. A subplot about what he does to a former priest who abused a number of boys but seemed to evade justice was jarring but understandable considering Ashe's sense of justice and dislike of bullies.
I liked the sidekick characters too. Carolina provides a lot of information and seems like she'd be good girlfriend material once he finally gets over his fiance running off to Paris with another man and Mechanic is also an intriguing character.
I enjoyed this story and am eager to read more of Ashe Cayne's adventures. Sep 11, Page Turner rated it really liked it. For example, the main story is about looking for a woman who is missing, yet inserted in the book is a story of a defrocked priest who is a pedophile.
And another inserted story is a summer camp experience, happening to the main character as a boy. They are more of a distraction.
Sep 04, Lorraine Bauman rated it did not like it. I would have given this book a much higher rating based on the clever repartee and the story which was totally ruined by the disgusting portrayal of the treatment of Stanton.
There is no indication of why Ashe Cayne had such a dark side, nothing in his upbringing could account or explain this. You ruined a good book by going way over the top with this gratuitous violence which left me ultimately feeling sickened and disgusted.
The Unspoken by Ian K. Smith follows Ashe Cayne, a former police officer turned private detective. The daughter of one of Chicago's wealthiest families has gone missing and Ashe is hired to help find her.
In the course of investigating Tinsley's disappearance, he discovers a connection to one of Chicago's deadliest gangs but when damaging information comes to light about Tinsley's father it casts a harsh shadow on the family.
How do the problems of race and class play into what really happened a The Unspoken by Ian K. How do the problems of race and class play into what really happened and will Ashe be able to find Tinsley Gerrigan before it's too late?
The Unspoken deals with hot button issues like race, socio-economic profiling, police brutality, and interracial relationships.
The plot itself was intriguing however, the subplot felt disingenuous to the character and the story. The majority of the book was spent detailing minor things like a character's appearance, food, buildings, weapons, and the like while there was very little character development so I felt no real connection with anyone in the book.
Too much of the "plot" revolved around food and drink which was distracting from the plot and unnecessary. The story didn't really pick up until about halfway through the book and even then often got bogged down with minor details and poor dialogue.
Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest. TW: mentions of pedophilia The Unspoken is a story that surprised me.
Sure that's kind of the whole point of a mystery novel, but there were these hidden layers throughout the book.
First off, Cayne is hiding a lot. Throughout the mystery, we are not only introduced to his backstory through memories, but also his life outside his current case.
Without spoiling Cayne's backstory, i Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. Without spoiling Cayne's backstory, it's a story that asks us not only about ethics, but about the failings of the justice system.
Additionally, while I greatly enjoyed the mystery and sleuthing, I ended up enjoyed The Unspoken for Cayne's character as well as the title.
That seems like a weird sentence right? Well The Unspoken revolves constantly around all the things that lie in the unspoken spaces and silences.
It's a story that balances its focus equally on the people who work to tease out the lies and illusions, as well as the shadows in the ellipses.
Oct 15, Carol rated it really liked it. I just wanted Ashe Cayne to be more accepted for what he was.
For him to not have to feel that he needed redemption for anything. Oct 02, Alexx rated it liked it Shelves: e-arc , octoberreads , diverse-reads , liked-it , adult , thriller.
The Unspoken was such an interesting read. I'm fond of a few cop procedural shows and true crime shows, so I had no trouble diving into the world quickly.
The plot is definitely one big puzzle and loved the mystery of it all. I did expect more thrill or shock as I read, but still I have to applaud the author for a twisted storyline.
There was a certain part of the story that seemed disconnected from the main story. Don't get me wrong, it was interesting, but it felt disconnected from everything.
Ashe Cayne was also one complex character! I thought I already knew what kind of character he is, but he still managed to surprise me towards the end.
Overall, The Unspoken is a good, entertaining read! Exact rating: 3. Full review on my blog soon! This did not affect my overall opinion of the book.
Find me elsewhere: Instagram Twitter Blog This was my Amazon First Reads pick for September I find the First Reads offerings are hit or miss. I debated between this one and at least one other title--now I wonder if I should have chosen one of the others.
It took me a while to get into this book. In some ways, Cayne reminds me of other fictional PIs: the inability to drop a case even when he's been fired and when it's obvious that dangerous people don't want him on it.
While I admire his tenacity to find a missing girl, the subplot This was my Amazon First Reads pick for September While I admire his tenacity to find a missing girl, the subplot about the Catholic priest made me question Cayne's character.
Yes, I agree that what the priest did was wrong, and yes, I agree that the priest should have been punished for what he did--and he should not have been allowed to be in any position where he might be around young children again.
But I do not agree about taking vengeance into one's own hands and especially not in the torturous manner Cayne and Henderson did.
This was a freebie on my audible and I enjoy thrillers and thought I'd give this a try. I did enjoy it, but not enough for a 5 or even 4 star.
It started out well enough with a local girl missing. It takes place in Chicago and it was enjoyable to hear about the places and the towns that are close by.
There is a subplot that is quite descriptive and I'm not sure if it was needed or not. I wasn't a fan of the ending for some reason so that is where I go with the 3 star.
Yes, I would probably read This was a freebie on my audible and I enjoy thrillers and thought I'd give this a try. Yes, I would probably read the next in the series.
Sep 07, Ann J rated it liked it. Parker, a decent summer read with a kind of slow, not-very-exciting ending. If you like Parker's very detailed descriptions of Spenser's meals, routine and routes around Boston, you'll probably like Smith's same for Chicago.
Sep 04, Wendy Easton rated it really liked it. I loved reading this book. I would have given 5 stars if there weren't the side story of the priest.
Which I thought gratuitous. Otherwise, great story, characters, descriptions. And yeah my avatar is me sitting in that restaurant on King Drive.
Can't wait for Ashe's sequel. Sep 17, Karen Dix rated it really liked it. Chicago crime I picked this book because of its setting.
The plot is great, and moved at just the right pace. Characters written well, very vividly portrayed. Accurate locations and atmosphere. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time.
Very satisfying novel. Sep 03, Bonnye Reed marked it as to-read. I liked the character of Ashe Caine and the investigation he is involved with.
I disliked the complicated and sadistic subplot about personal revenge against a predator priest. Though I love detectives and Ashe certainly was enjoyable, the secondary plot really turned me off.
Thank you Netgalley for this ARC. Oct 01, Jennifer added it. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy from the Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Smith is a fast-paced mystery with lots of twists and turns. Who killed Chopper, and what happened to Tinsley? This book is the first in a wonderfully witty new mystery series set in Chicago.
I enjoyed this fresh, unique voice, and I am looking forward to the next installment. I found the characters humourous, believable, and each with I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy from the Publisher.
I found the characters humourous, believable, and each with their own perfect flaws. He still has his contacts within the force. Ashe is a different type of detective.
He is highly educated, uses big words, and mixes within all of the cases. Wendell Cayne is Ashe's father, and he is a psychiatrist, which gives Ashe lots of insight and a sounding board.
Not that Ashe needs much help as he is a knowledgeable guy. He also uses big words all the time, which isn't appreciated by some of the people that he is interviewing.
I like Ashe. He is one of those brooding hero types, kind of like Batman. Ashe has some money, he's smart, and he requires justice.
He has the vigilante part down, although only a few people know about that side of him. Ashe has been hurt in the past and isn't sure if he is ready to move on.
However, I believe that Carolina might be willing to assist with some of his damaged parts. The Mystery Ashe is hired to find a missing wealthy heiress, Tinsley.
Although, shortly after Tinsley goes missing, her boyfriend, Chopper, from the "wrong side of the tracks" is murdered. Tinsley trail doesn't add up, and things aren't connecting as they should.
In the middle of everything, Ashe is fired by Tinsley's mother, and he is told to leave it alone. However, if not before, the case isn't about finding Tinsley but about who killed Chopper and why.
Oh, and Ashe isn't going to back down; he can't be bought off. I like this honorable side of Ashe. Five Stars I truly enjoyed seeing all sides of Chicago.
Smith does an excellent job of bringing all the neighborhoods and ethnic groups to life. This book is a perfect start to a new series.
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