The Golem of Hollywood

The Golem of Hollywood

Book - 2015
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed Alex Delaware novels and the award-winning #1 international bestselling author of The Genius combine their extraordinary talents for one of the most unusual-and unnerving-thrillers of the year.

Detective Jacob Lev has awakened dazed and confused- it appears he picked up a woman the night before, but can't remember anything about it. And then suddenly, she's gone. Not long after, he's dispatched to a murder scene in a house in the Hollywood hills. There is no body, only a head. And seared into a kitchen counter is a message- the Hebrew word for justice.

Lev is about to embark on an odyssey-through Los Angeles, London, and Prague, through the labyrinthine mysteries of a grotesque ancient legend, and most of all, through himself. All that he has believed to be true will be upended. And not only his world, but the world itself, will be changed.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2015.
ISBN: 9780425276136
Branch Call Number: PB Kelle
Characteristics: 677 pages ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Kellerman, Jesse - Author


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danbury013 Jan 15, 2016

One of Kellerman's best books! Anxious to read the second one Golem of Paris!

Oct 04, 2015

If you like Jonathan Kellerman's writing DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. It is terrible. I actually skimmed through the book, especially the sections concerning Adam, Eve, Cain & Abel...which was simply nonsensical stuff. This book is NOTHING like the usual writing of Jonathan Kellerman. I think his son, Jesse, wrote this book and Jonathan put his name on it to sell the book. Not worth reading. The bizzare epilogue meant nothing. Read reviews online for the negative reviews by many people...and I agree with them.

Jun 11, 2015

Really, really bad.

Mar 08, 2015

DO NOT READ THIS CRAP OF A BOOK. Whoever gave this book a 2 1/2 star rating is mentally deranged. What? What was this senseless, drug induced rambling? Did not make a lick of sense and I could not comprehend what this was about. I know what a Golem is and I do like supernatural and Steampunk so I thought this would be a trill ride into Fantasy. Started off interesting and then came a totally different Cain and Able rambling that was just off. What was this weird crap must be on drugs to write this shit. So I thought well just skip this garbage and read the Golem so I tried, and tried, and tried to get past the next few pages with no success. It just got more nonsensical and senseless. I have never read so much crap before and I do not know if I ever want to read my favorite Alex Delaware books ever again. I never could read nor liked Jesse's novels. I have also tried his collaboration with his wife Faye and hated the book. Like everybody that tried reading this book I skipped like mad forcing myself to read the last few chapters and could not do it. To much garbage. Well apparently Stephen King never read this crap or he was paid off to put his recommendation on the cover.
I am sorry to say goodbye to my favorite fictional character Alex Delaware as I never will read another Johnathan Kellerman book after this . For me that was the death knell of my favorite author. If you like Johnathan Kellerman DO NOT READ THIS BOOK.

Jan 21, 2015

I finished this book, but skipped over all the pages not in the present. It was still crap!

Dec 17, 2014

worst book ever!! & I usually love his stuff. Not into time-travelling, mythological serial killers. Made no sense at all

Dec 05, 2014

Liked his other books but could not read this one. Really, really stupid.

Nov 08, 2014

Wow...a big disappointment. Both authors are great but I didn't even finish this one.

karcoldelharvic5 Oct 20, 2014

Never got the point of the parts that were on shaded pages. Very confusing. Definitely not his best work.

Oct 08, 2014

CANNOT AGREE with other comments! I found this book disturbing with no real thought provoking ideas - kept going because of the authors and thought it would get tied up at the end. Waste of paper, they could've done better. SORRY!


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Dec 17, 2014

a time-travelling mythological serial killer--yes it makes that much sense.

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