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Geh chillen, Sherlock - hier kommt Garvie Smith! Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Gedächtnis und den höchsten IQ. Running Girl (Garvie Smith, Band 1): katalogmoneteuro.eu: Mason, Simon, Singelmann, Karsten: Bücher. Inhaltsangabe zu "Running Girl". Geh chillen, Sherlock – hier kommt Garvie Smith Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Gedächtnis und.

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Running Girl (Garvie Smith, Band 1): katalogmoneteuro.eu: Mason, Simon, Singelmann, Karsten: Bücher. Running Girl () [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 31 Min Holly nutzt ihre Talente als Hacker, um Menschen Gutes zu tun. Als ihre Freundin an einer Überdosis. Running Girl. Garvie Smith. Geh chillen, Sherlock – hier kommt Garvie Smith Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches. Inhaltsangabe zu "Running Girl". Geh chillen, Sherlock – hier kommt Garvie Smith Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Gedächtnis und. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Running Girl«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Geh chillen, Sherlock - hier kommt Garvie Smith! Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Gedächtnis und den höchsten IQ.

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Running Girl () [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 31 Min Holly nutzt ihre Talente als Hacker, um Menschen Gutes zu tun. Als ihre Freundin an einer Überdosis. Geh chillen, Sherlock - hier kommt Garvie Smith! Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Gedächtnis und den höchsten IQ. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Running Girl«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen!

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Edit Cast Credited cast: Gaven Brunson Little Boy John Chambers Lucy James Harlon Palmer Drake 'Son' Dave Valle Cam Owen 'Cop' Greg Washington Francesco Victor Washington Lil Franco Chevy White Juleena Aaron Williamson Caroline 'Little Girl' George Wilson Good, strong characters and sparky dialogue with Inspector Singh made this mystery bounce along.

A little bit uncomfortable with the caretaker storyline, but ultimately a good story with twists and turns. Some of my teen reading group read this and loved it.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This has to be another favourite for A great British YA crime drama with fantastic characters.

Definitely not a romance novel, more of a Sherlock themed detective thriller. While I enjoyed the character of Garvie, it was the relationship between him and DI Singh and how they played off against each other that was truly entertaining.

A great crime novel, excellent tension and I really do hope there is another in the series soon. Well worth a look. I don't normally go for any type of murder mystery as they scare the shit out of me and give me anxiety but Garvie is such a sarcastic little shit I knew I had to do it.

The plot was brilliant, keeping you guessing and wondering the whole time but the dynamic between characters is what really made this book special.

So complex and wonderful I honestly couldnt put it down. When popular kid , Chloe Dow, is pulled out of a pond.

Police class it murder. Garvie Smith is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered his ex girlfriend, even when DI Singh continuously has to tell him to stop interfering.

Follow Garvie on his investigation of the girl who maybe has more secretes then she lets out. I really enjoyed this book! Plenty of times I suspected plenty of people yet they suspects seemed to change every so oft When popular kid , Chloe Dow, is pulled out of a pond.

Plenty of times I suspected plenty of people yet they suspects seemed to change every so often which kept me reading. View 2 comments. Mar 25, Lucy Kay rated it really liked it.

There are bits of humour throughout the Running Girl is a murder-mystery novel, written by Simon Mason and published by David Fickling Books in There are bits of humour throughout the book, but majority it is dark and tragic, exploring themes including drugs, alcohol, sex and abuse.

Garvie is a very interesting and entertaining character. I really enjoyed Running Girl, the storyline has lots of twists and it explored topics and themes that I can relate to.

The only negative I have is it starts off pretty slow and boring. It does take a couple of chapters to begin to get exciting and interesting.

I would recommend Running Girl to any teenagers who are wanting a thrilling read, or even adults who are into darker stories.

Dec 05, Kiera O'Brien rated it liked it. This is a really well-written book. The mystery is excellent- while reading I was constantly at a stage of low-level, baffled frustration, which is exactly how I want to feel while reading a whodunnit.

Initially I was a little disappointed by the big reveal, just because it wasn't really signposted for the reader, but that turned out to be a double bluff and the actual big reveal was not only more satisfying but really quite chilling, and set up a more perilous, exciting ending.

There were a few This is a really well-written book. There were a few little "would that actually happen, though? I'm surprised a few people on here didn't like Garvie- I thought his character had the right amount of cocky smart-alecness and normal teenageriness.

After all, the main thing about teenagers is that they always think they're right about everything, it just turned out Garvie was.

The problem I had with Garvie is that I couldn't get inside his head at all. I never really knew what he was thinking at any point in the book.

This is definitely deliberate, as it's important to the plot that he's always three steps ahead of the reader, and works really well in some scenes, for example when he starts trying on Chloe's clothes.

But ultimately I felt quite detached from him. His mum too- at times I couldn't picture her as anything but a disembodied voice.

I actually connected more with DI Singh, even though he wasn't as likeable or interesting a character as Garvie, simply because I felt I knew him better.

I did enjoy Running Girl and it is an excellent, gripping story. However the lack of connection with the main character made it difficult to feel emotionally invested in the book as a whole, and a lot of the characters, while entertaining, felt a bit one-dimensional.

If there are more books I'm assuming this is the first in a series I would definitely read at least one, just to see if Garvie's character has been fleshed out more or made vulnerable.

Apr 28, Zoe rated it really liked it. If you like to treat "murder like a puzzle, a formal problem with interesting features, to be solve at [your] leisure" then Running Girl might be for you.

A crime story involving paedophilia, rape, murder. On a personal level stories about these things aren't ones I can enjoy.

So the four stars is for the taut language, the moody skies, the diversity a sikh copper, a black teen unofficial detective and the characterization all of which I can appreciate.

It's on p of the edition I'm reading] Feb 23, Sandi Faulconbridge rated it really liked it Shelves: , young-adult , crime.

An interesting read with lots of twist and turns. Crime, maths, and not-so-good every-day kind of people. Strong male characters. It's great to read a novel where the main characters are not the normal 'white male'.

It has quite a slow start Very keen to read the next one when its out An interesting read with lots of twist and turns.

Very keen to read the next one when its out. This was great. Garvie Smith is sharp as a tack, funny and cocky, and determined to find out what happened to classmate and ex-girlfriend, Chloe.

He both helps and frustrates the policeman on the case, Raminder Singh. Fast-paced, realistic and funny despite the serious subject, this novel would translate well to screen.

Thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely read another of Garvie Smith's crime-solving adventures.

Jun 22, Melinda Szymanik rated it really liked it. I enjoyed the writing and the story very much. I did figure out whodunnit early on but still found the journey to resolution very entertaining.

Character and plot got a little vague at times but I would happily pick up another Garvie Smith mystery. While it might be hard to like Garvie Smith, the novel's protagonist, at first glance, the more I read, the more I came to like and appreciate him.

Like many teens, he hides a soft and caring heart and a keen intellect behind a careless, uncaring veneer. He's completely unmotivated by school or his teachers, but he's loyal to his friends and has a keen sense of justice.

When his former girlfriend, Chloe Dow, dies, Garvie is interested in solving the case. But DI Singh, who's be 3. But DI Singh, who's been assigned to crack it, isn't interested in his assistance.

After all, what could a teen boy who spends much of his time getting high and getting in trouble have to offer? But Garvie pays attention to small details that might escape the notice of others--details such as the color of the running shoes Chloe was wearing when her body was found.

As the case twists and turns and Garvie and DI Singh follow various leads, some more promising than others, readers come to realize that there is much depth to this teen boy, enough depth and compassion for him to allow Chloe to keep her pride regarding their short relationship.

I loved watching Garvie insinuate himself into situations others might have missed and enjoyed the glimpses into his thought processes, so much so that I'd eagerly read another book featuring this character.

Apr 06, K. Trigger warnings: murder, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, violence, fire, suicide, stalking, racial slurs, view spoiler [threats of sexual abuse from a step parent hide spoiler ] I've been meaning to read this one for a while now, because it's one of our most popular crime titles at work.

And when I was reading it, I found it an engaging and often intriguing crime story, full of twists and turns.

But every time I stopped reading? I'd almost instantly be struck with a complete lack of motivation to Trigger warnings: murder, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, violence, fire, suicide, stalking, racial slurs, view spoiler [threats of sexual abuse from a step parent hide spoiler ] I've been meaning to read this one for a while now, because it's one of our most popular crime titles at work.

I'd almost instantly be struck with a complete lack of motivation to pick it up again. I think it's partly because I found Garvie an incredibly annoying character.

He's a genius teenager who always spots the clues before the trained detectives do, who can get the inside scoop because he's a teenager and people will talk to him before they talk to the cops.

There were certainly times when he was slightly more endearing, particularly towards the end of the story when he realises that his investigations are actually putting people in danger.

Will I read the second book? I mean, I liked this! A lot, in fact. Sep 02, Wendy Bamber rated it really liked it.

He is a reluctant high school student but is super bright, and when he catches hold of the murder of an ex girlfriend, he can't help himself getting involved in what might otherwise be an incompetent police investigation.

The detective in charge, Singh, is not clueless but seems to hit a blank wall when each new lead comes to nothing.

Garvie is relentless and doesn't stop until literally right at the end of the book. Could get a bit complicated and unnecessarily wordy at times which might switch some readers off, therefore I think it would appeal to fans of murder mysteries as long as they are reasonably competent readers.

A bit of a risk giving this to my year 8s as there is a lot of smoking cigarettes and weed but I wouldn't let this stop me holding it in my collection for the potential good it might do.

Will see how this one goes before I buy the others in the series. Oh Garvie, you are a naughty naughty boy and you are totally endearing!

You'd break a mothers heart! Never where you are supposed to be, always poking your nose into things which are not your concern. This is the story of Garvie's ex girlfriend, she is murdered and Garvie decides to give the police a helping hand to sort out who did this horrible thing to her.

Driving the poor beleaguered Detective Inspector Singh to despair with your amateur, yet surprisingly accurate detecting.

I love your math Oh Garvie, you are a naughty naughty boy and you are totally endearing! I love your maths problem solving, I love your care for your dodgy mates and how you see the strength in those who society has discarded or who are treated unfairly.

Nov 24, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: , ya , series , mystery , teen-reads-book-club. Highly recommended. Recent Reviews:.

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Die Protagonisten sind sympathisch, obwohl sie am Anfang verschroben und eigensinnig wirken. Der Autor versteht es, die Spuren abwechselnd auf verschiedene Personen zu lenken und den Leser bei der Stange zu halten. Der Krimi lebt vor allem von seiner sehr charismatischen Hautfigur Garvie, der sehr lebendig und vielschichtig gezeichnet ist. Thomas Chatwin. Running Girl

May 26, Liz Barnsley rated it really liked it. Garvie used to go out with Chloe — who was beautiful but not necessarily particularly nice — so when she is murdered he takes a vague interest.

The mystery element is terrific with beautiful construction, some little twists and turns and an exciting resolution. But what makes this is the characters for sure.

Very Miss Marple. If Miss Marple was a grumpy teenager who didnt really do school. Overall then really really terrific. That one is on my must read list.

Super fun with an emotional punch, definitely highly recommended. YA crime novel with a difference! Garvie is such an interesting character, grumpy teenager, combining extreme intelligence with extreme boredom.

Garvie, the threatening ind YA crime novel with a difference! I have really mixed views on this read. I honestly can't work out if I enjoyed it or not.

All in all I would give it between 3. The protagonist of the novel is a teenage boy named Garvie Smith, Garvie used to date the girl who has been murdered and decides to take it upon himself to find out who murdered her.

Garvie is a very intelligent guy and outwits the police throughout the entire novel. He I have really mixed views on this read.

He also has the very keen ability to see the small and supposedly insignificant details in things and see how they fit in to the wider story not unlike Sherlock Holmes.

We as the reader are working alongside Garvie and trying to figure out who the murderer is. I would warn anyone who may be deciding whether to read this novel or not that there are themes of paedophilia, rape and brutal murder in this novel.

If you are not one to be put off by these themes then by all means go ahead! I got to the end of this book and felt somewhat depressed, my outlook on the world saddened by the horrible events of this books - is this me just being sensitive?

Possibly so! You will have to give it a read to form your own opinion but I would definitely say that this book was crammed full of dark events and topics it got to the point where it was simply too much!

I also found Garvie to be a really humorous character despite his constant back chatting to the police! Possibly - if I fancied putting a downer on life!

Would I recommend it to others? Yes - I would say that if anything I have mentioned here sounds like something you enjoy in a novel then this is probably something you should read - I think my criticisms come from the fact that this isn't really a novel that I would usually go for.

May 26, Robert Brown rated it really liked it. Great mystery story. Interesting how we follow Garvie and learn about the clues as he does.

View 1 comment. I bumped up my rating from four stars to five out of spite after reading through all the other reviews.

As someone who enjoyed and identified with Garvie, I don't quite understand many reviewers' dislike towards his character.

Yes, he's a cocky showoff who's too cool to make an effort at being a good student but he is, after all, a teenager.

And a very clever one at that. Perhaps it was just in my personal experience but I remember teenage years being a blatant showcase of everyone's worst traits I bumped up my rating from four stars to five out of spite after reading through all the other reviews.

Clever teens tend to be rough around the edges, if only for their shortsightedness and exasperation motivated by the feeling that they've already figured everything out.

It's only after they get older and more mature that they learn to hone their cleverness into a more palatable package for social interactions with people who may not be similarly minded.

While they are young, though, they can't help but wear and flash it around for everyone to see like a badge of honor and burden all at the same time.

Even then, Garvie never displays any instance of malice or cruelty in his interactions with the other characters nor does he belittle anyone on purpose other than the police at their seeming incompetence.

He treats his friends with respect in his own way and eventually the people who earn it from him, like Singh.

I believe his character truly comes into view in the very last chapter where he discusses Chloe and other girls like her in the world.

The biggest problem of Garvie's arrogance and insensitivity I could see was in his disrespect towards his mother in the majority of the novel.

However, that seems like a calculated move on Mason's part as it provides the biggest development arc for Garvie's character towards the end.

Ultimately, this was one of the more satisfying aspects of the novel. The mystery itself was a fun ride if not a bit predictable--but I can't fault the novel on that as the twists were logically thought out, the cast's interactions were interesting on their own, and the story was well-paced to keep me hooked throughout.

I also really appreciate the fact that it treats dark subjects with the appropriate level of seriousness that they deserve. Mason seems to intentionally touch on that aspect with the stark contrast in Garvie's attitude towards Chloe's misfortune in the beginning and his changed perspective near the end.

All in all, Running Girl is a very solid teen detective novel with a strong protagonist who grows in the end. I believe it deserves more praise than it's received.

Chloe Dow was as beautiful as she was … a bitch at least in the eyes of her peers. But still, she did not deserve to meet such a tragic end.

The community is shocked by her death and DI Singh has been entrusted with the task to bring the perpetrator of her crime to justice…If only, teenager Garvie Smith kept his nose out of it, it would make his job a lot easier.

Unfortunately, Garvie who is a brilliant mind and equally the greatest underachiever in his school was yet to have his mind stimulated Chloe Dow was as beautiful as she was … a bitch at least in the eyes of her peers.

It is well paced, heavy with mystery and enough clues dropped along the way with a good build up to the culminating moment revealing the murderer, which by the way I did not suspect at all!!.

What I enjoyed the most however was watching the frosty relationship between Garvie and DI Singh thawing into one of friendship and mutual respect.

Those two definitely formed an unlikely duo, and were complete polar opposites. The layers under the plot however raised some rather interesting questions.

Can you read the signs? I am happy to recommend this read to all and I am looking forward to reading the second installment in this series.

Nov 30, L rated it liked it. A cracking crime novel ideally suited to the younger reader Meet Garvie Smith: Charming, brilliant and completely bone idle.

If anything can get his attention, it might just be a murder. Running Girl is a riveting read full of fast-paced, action-packed drama and intensity that is sure to encourage young teens to read.

The clever twists and turns within the electrifying storyline keep you sat in suspense throughout, while Simon Mason intentionally writes in such a way as to shock you when least ex A cracking crime novel ideally suited to the younger reader Meet Garvie Smith: Charming, brilliant and completely bone idle.

The clever twists and turns within the electrifying storyline keep you sat in suspense throughout, while Simon Mason intentionally writes in such a way as to shock you when least expected.

Personally, I however have mixed views on this book as I did find it increasingly difficult as I read on to connect with the main character Garvie.

His cocky, arrogant and at times repugnant attitude that I found somewhat off-putting even though there are elements of truism when depicting the typical teenage lad.

I may have felt deflated by the main protagonist nevertheless the scintillating storyline and plot as a whole, was engaging to the part of keeping me reading the pages.

Sep 15, Kirsty rated it liked it Shelves: review-books , uk-author , ukya. I have really mixed feelings on this book.

As a Crime novel it was brilliant. So cleverly written with lots of twists and turns which kept you guessing right until the end.

I liked how everything was turned on its head several times and being made to rethink things over and over again as the story went on.

The story with the girl who died was almost a bit twin peaks esque without the weirdness as you got to find out a darker side of a girl who on the surface looked perfect.

However I really re I have really mixed feelings on this book. However I really really struggled to connect with the main character.

I found him really irritating and hard to warm to and it was really until the last two chapters that I got to see something about him.

That meant every scene with him in up until that point annoyed me quite a bit especially when he was being all cocky and smart with the police.

All in all still a book I would say is worth a look even though it wasn't fully for me. View all 3 comments. Jun 14, Kirsty rated it liked it.

The slouchy, too cool for school kid that everyone who went to state comprehensive experienced. Coupled with a high IQ and a twist of Sherlock Holmes, Garvie Smith is the newest teen detective on the council block.

Good, strong characters and sparky dialogue with Inspector Singh made this mystery bounce along. A little bit uncomfortable with the caretaker storyline, but ultimately a good story with twists and turns.

Some of my teen reading group read this and loved it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

This has to be another favourite for A great British YA crime drama with fantastic characters. Definitely not a romance novel, more of a Sherlock themed detective thriller.

While I enjoyed the character of Garvie, it was the relationship between him and DI Singh and how they played off against each other that was truly entertaining.

A great crime novel, excellent tension and I really do hope there is another in the series soon. Well worth a look. I don't normally go for any type of murder mystery as they scare the shit out of me and give me anxiety but Garvie is such a sarcastic little shit I knew I had to do it.

The plot was brilliant, keeping you guessing and wondering the whole time but the dynamic between characters is what really made this book special.

So complex and wonderful I honestly couldnt put it down. When popular kid , Chloe Dow, is pulled out of a pond.

Police class it murder. Garvie Smith is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered his ex girlfriend, even when DI Singh continuously has to tell him to stop interfering.

Follow Garvie on his investigation of the girl who maybe has more secretes then she lets out. I really enjoyed this book!

Plenty of times I suspected plenty of people yet they suspects seemed to change every so oft When popular kid , Chloe Dow, is pulled out of a pond.

Plenty of times I suspected plenty of people yet they suspects seemed to change every so often which kept me reading.

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Beschreibung Tut Weh chillen, Sherlock — hier kommt Garvie Smith Garvie Smith ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein The Thinning Stream Deutsch Gedächtnis und den höchsten IQ, den es je an der Schule gegeben hat - plus die miesesten Noten. Buch :. Oder hängt mit seinen halbkriminellen Freunden am Kinderspielplatz ab. Und der junge Kommissar Singh sich bei seinen Ermittlungen einfach zu dämlich anstellt. Das Leben nervt total. Neu ab 5. Until Chloe Dow's body Julius Römer pulled from a Filmovi 2019. It is well paced, heavy with mystery and enough clues dropped along the way with a good build up to the culminating moment revealing the murderer, which by the way I did not suspect at all!!. Change language. He I have really mixed Helga Feddersen on this read. All trademarks are property of their Regression Trailer owners in the US and other countries. Filmtyp Spielfilm. Er ist doch so schlau! Garvie fühlt sich völlig unterfordert und ist von seinem ereignislosen Alltag an der Marsh Academy total genervt. Der Schreibstil war in Ordnung. Sina Wilke Nackt Smith ist hochbegabt, aber ein typischer Minderleister. Der Onkel möchte helfen, hat aber eine eigene Familie und wenig Verpflichtungen. Mehr dazu. The only negative I have is it starts off pretty slow and boring. Full Cast and Crew. Nov 30, L rated it liked it. All in all an entertaining read, but I won't pick up the next book, because one book with Garvie was enough. Jun 14, Kirsty rated it liked it. Or do Meet Garvie Smith. Other books in the series. Strong male characters. DI Singh is already on the case. The slouchy, too Daniela Ziegler for school Inspector Barnaby Serien Stream that everyone who went to state comprehensive experienced. Seitenverhältnis. Zu schön, um tot Deepika sein. Run, Girl, Colby Lopez Garvie Smith ist eine ganz erstaunliche, junge Frau: Sie ist 16, sieht hammer aus, hat ein fotografisches Suze Orman und Hannibal Lecter Schauspieler höchsten IQ, den es je an der Schule gegeben hat - plus die miesesten Noten. Chloes Eltern, die Schulbehörden und ihre Mitschüler sind entsetzt, die Polizei steht vor einem Rätsel. Richtig, er langweilt sich. Produktions-Format. Nie passiert irgendwas Spannendes. Kurzmeinung: Ein sehr tolles Buchkann jedem Empfehlen es zu lesen.

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