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December Boys ist ein Drama aus Australien, das im Jahr in die österreichischen und deutschen Kinos kam. Die Hauptrolle übernahm Daniel Radcliffe. December Boys ein Film von Rod Hardy mit Daniel Radcliffe, Christian Byers. Inhaltsangabe: Jedes Mal, wenn Eltern ein Kind aus dem katholischen Kloster im​. Die vier Waisenknaben sind beste Freunde und alle im selben Monat geboren. Sie leben hinter den Mauern eines katholischen Klosters im australischen Outback der er-Jahre. Jahr um Jahr schwindet ihre Hoffnung, jemals Adoptiveltern zu finden. Die.

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Turns your brain to mush. Goops your oatmeal, bogs you down in a slog of maple. Try stirring that shit with a spoon. The diagnosis laid out by his psychiatrist was expertly crafted and went a long way towards helping me understanding his neurosis.

The snowy winter landscape, inclement weather, and mountainous isolation all serve as a perfect backdrop to maximize the tension.

Once again there are a few threads left dangling, and the ending was a little bittersweet. In many ways, this was a step backward for Jay.

Arc provided in exchange for an honest review. View all 11 comments. Ladies and gentlemen, Joe Clifford just knocked it out of the park again.

The portrait Joe Clifford draws of mental health issues is very moving. I wasn't sure about the plot at first since Ladies and gentlemen, Joe Clifford just knocked it out of the park again.

I wasn't sure about the plot at first since it is very bluntly put and such a rigid mystery aspect felt a little alien to a Jay Porter novel, but Joe Clifford used a colorful and deceptively deep support and brilliantly crafted scenes to transcend the literary boundaries of his own novel.

Another brilliant mystery by Joe Clifford. View 1 comment. Jun 15, Ed rated it it was amazing. The sequel to Joe Clifford's outstanding debut novel "Lamentation" finds Jay Porter deeply depressed over the "suicide by cop" of his heroin addicted older brother.

His 9 to 5 job as an insurance investigator in upstate New Hampshire brings him in contact with a young accident victim inexplicably sent to a new youth detention center on a dodgy drug possession charge.

The more Jay looks into the circumstances the deeper he gets into a major statewide conspiracy by an old enemy. What I liked The sequel to Joe Clifford's outstanding debut novel "Lamentation" finds Jay Porter deeply depressed over the "suicide by cop" of his heroin addicted older brother.

Very highly recommended. Terrific Storytelling I started reading what is now a trilogy with book three. Having read book one, I have now completed book two.

The best way to read a trilogy. Jay Porter, the main character, starts this volume, suddenly married to his childhood sweetheart, living with her and his son Aidan.

He also has a nine to five job at an insurance company. Don't worry. This is noir. The happy times won't last. Before you know it, the marriage is in shambles, the job is screwed, Jay is three kinds of d Terrific Storytelling I started reading what is now a trilogy with book three.

Before you know it, the marriage is in shambles, the job is screwed, Jay is three kinds of drunk, moping about his brother's death, screaming about mad conspiracies, and on the long way down.

That's when it gets really interesting. And hurtles on to a gigantic climax. But what's really important is that it's a damn good story that's really hard to put down.

Jul 16, Matt rated it really liked it. Joe Clifford's "December Boys" is a thriller with depth.

From the very first chapter, I was pulled into the troubled, self-destructive, obsessive mindset of Jay Porter and this current stalled moment in his life.

I'm looking forward to the next one. New Hampshire Noir, in the hands of Joe Clifford, seriously rocks.

Despite the fact that he is living a seemingly permanently noirish life, admirable Jay Porter, despite his adversities, despite his failings, rocks on--or at least, perseveres.

You can't keep this guy down: no matter what life throws at him and the tribulations are nearly constant he gonna keep on keeping on.

Even near-death doesn't end him. I love this guy. I love this series. Dec 12, Rory Costello rated it really liked it.

Pacing is a big asset here -- "December Boys" moves really fast -- but its prime strength is emotional depth and honesty.

Joe Clifford's characters -- especially the star of this series, Jay Porter -- often act against their best interests, to say the least.

But that's what makes the stories so true to life; they're about people in bad situations sometimes their own doing, sometimes not and trying to contend with them.

Oddly enough, when things seem to go well for Jay, that's an ominous sign. C Pacing is a big asset here -- "December Boys" moves really fast -- but its prime strength is emotional depth and honesty.

Clifford's mystery plot device here is clever, and there's a good measure of exciting action to go along with the interpersonal drama.

I also like the way he sets up the coming third entry in the series. It'll be fun to see how Jay knocks heads with others next time, especially his enemies the Lombardis.

May 25, Tom rated it it was amazing. Loved it. Still dark, still brooding. I'm still frustrated by Jay too, the guy who sucks me into the mystery while I yell out loud at his broken moral compass.

Jay is the guy you love to hate to love to hate. But, by the last page, he not only wins you over, but he warms the hearts of the whole freezing town.

Well done. I can't wait to see what happens in the third Jay Porter novel. A self-destructive path on the road to Some books can stand alone even if they're in a series but I don't consider this to be one of them.

This is no hardship because it is an excellent gritty, dark book. Jay Porter is now living in Plasterville, New Hampshire, now married to Jenny, and is working 9 to 5 as an insurance investigator.

He's trying to come to grips with his brother's death and trying to be a good husband and a good father to Aiden. During one of his insurance investigations, he comes across a conspiracy that leads back to Ashton, where he grew up, and involves different levels of government and private enterprise and he finds himself caught right in the middle.

The major problem with this is that he's not mentally or emotionally stable enough to be fighting any battles and spends half the book in breakdown mode.

So this book, like the first one, isn't a sunny, fun walk in the park. The reader is literally reading about Jay's life imploding and it is as depressing as hell.

I rated this book a little lower than the first one because of this. Maybe that's not fair, but dang I just got tired of reading about this guy's self-destructive path.

It felt very true to life and was kind of overwhelming at times. Oct 13, Michelle Isler rated it it was amazing. Joe Clifford is just getting better with each book.

I have really become quite attached to the Jay Porter character. I hope to see him in future books.

December Boys is the second book in the Jay Porter series. Lamentation is the first. There is no wasting time in December Boys. First chapter leads Jay to an insurance claim that has turned out to be a false claim.

While Jay is questioning the young boy, Joe Clifford is just getting better with each book. While Jay is questioning the young boy, he notices pictures of the boy's brother.

This causes Jay to have flashbacks of his own brother, Chris, and of all the times they had together.

Jay is having issues letting the Lombardi case rest. It seems to haunt him. Now, he has this new case that involves sending kids off to North River Institute.

Kids that are not even doing anything criminal. After Jay initiates the help of his friend, Charlie, and a young, hot, courthouse employee, he starts to uncover why these parents do not seem to have issues with having their kids ripped from their homes.

The parents are getting something in return. It is a dark and ugly storyline, but you are pulled in and cannot wait to see the criminals get their due.

Not only is Jay busy digging into this latest case, but he has demons haunting him. He has family troubles. He is getting no sleep and constantly on the run.

After having a nervous breakdown, Jay realizes that he has to find some answers and get closure on the loss of his brother.

You really get the claustrophobic feeling that Jay experiences, as he goes through having a panic attack. That was some great writing, right there.

I found the book beautifully written. It was dark and moody and you felt as if you could never get away from that bitter cold that bit through the pages.

I love how the weather feels like a main character in the book. The snow and ice, definitely, play a major role in both novels. I find that it pulls me into the setting.

My favorite thing about a Clifford book is you are never bored and there always seems to be something coming at you from every direction.

You never know which way the story is going to turn. There is no doubt about it, though. If you read a Clifford book, you are going to get noir.

I highly recommend. Oct 12, Derrick rated it it was amazing. He is self destructive, angry, lashes out at those that love him, and he has a habit of painting others in his life as the problem and he never looks within himself to discover if he is the issue.

On the flip-side, Jay has an enormous heart and he aches to be the father his son deserves and the husband his wife deserves.

Clifford is certainly proving that Porter is a character that has depth and is a true flesh and bone man. He now lives with his son, having married his mother, but he still lives with the weight of his brother and their shared past.

As his inability to deal with these pressures mount and he finds himself sabotaging any shot he has at happiness, Porter finds himself involved with the potential fact a judge may be selling young defendants to an institution that has more than their rehabilitation in mind.

It seems that a disproportionate number of juveniles are being sentenced to time at a privately run institution for relatively minor offenses.

As Porter looks deeper into this issue, he learns that his old nemesis, The Lombardi Family, have deep connections to the institution, and should it get more public funding, stand to make a great deal of money from this scheme.

With both a sense of justice and a hatred for all things concerning the Lombardi family, Porter finds himself looking for truth and answers, but he may have to sacrifice both a part of himself and his family life to find them.

This book is a hell of a read and a great addition to the Porter series. Clifford has fleshed out Porter into a hell of a noir figure.

This is what makes him seem so real, as we all have moments of being our own worst enemy. Clifford has written a book that will resonate with noir lovers, lovers of quality literature, and anyone with a pulse.

Jan 16, Pam Stack rated it it was amazing. Joe Cifford did not disappoint with this novel. As a matter of fact, It is more personal, grittier, more visceral than anything I've read in a long time.

Jay Porter has moved on from his job as an estate mover to become an insurance fraud investigator. He wants to live a "normal" life with his wife and son.

While trying to wrap up the paperwork on a seemingly easy case, new facts are uncovered, creating a ripple effect that lead Jay on a search that may or may not involve his brother's death.

The impact of Jay's curiosity leads him to leap into dangerous territory, both physically and emotionally. At one point, it is difficult to know what is real and what isn't, leading to unintended and dangerous consequences for Jay and those around him.

Cifford's writing puts truth to words, his prose is lean and to the point, dialogue clipped and honest. He spares no one in this emotional, at times tender story about crime, love, loss and forgiveness.

Joe Clifford is one of the best fiction writers of a new generation of authors who peel back the layers, tell the story, and leave you standing on the side of the road, dazed, but wanting more.

I wholeheartedly and with absolute joy, recommend this book to anyone who cares about good literature. Jun 23, Michael rated it it was amazing.

I finished December Boys a few days ago and have been contemplating it ever since. I was a big fan of Lamentation, the first book in this series, and so I went into December Boys with pretty high hopes.

But, it had been some time since I read Lamentation, and I forgot how infuriatingly human the main character, Jay Porter, could be.

Seriously, the guy can wreck even the most simple of encounters. And I think that's the genius of Joe Clifford's writing.

His stories are filled with real people. Ja I finished December Boys a few days ago and have been contemplating it ever since.

Jay's train of thought doesn't necessarily pick up on everyone's signals, and certainly, as every real person does, he often misinterprets the signals he does catch, but it doesn't mean that the people surrounding him aren't as rich, as real, and as wounded as Jay himself.

The great thing is, while this story is a complete and supremely satisfying read, it's obvious there's still so much more story in the offing.

I can't wait to catch the next installment. I want Jay to find a little joy. A little respite. That jerk. I highly recommend this book.

Oct 07, Mazy rated it it was amazing. I received a copy of this book by winning an online contest, then I put it off for awhile because, honestly, I wasn't interested.

A story about teens being sold to prisons just wasn't terribly appealing. But it kept starring out at me from my nightstand, guilting me.

Joe Clifford rolls humor, urgency, and serious sleuthing all into one slightly unhinged character and he does it oh-so well.

Oh, and he actually I received a copy of this book by winning an online contest, then I put it off for awhile because, honestly, I wasn't interested.

Oh, and he actually got me to care about the prison system! I read this without having read Lamentation first, but the author fills in all the background information without it feeling regurgitated from a previous novel and without the sense that I was missing anything.

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I rated this book a little lower than the first one because of this. Maybe that's not fair, but dang I just got tired of reading about this guy's self-destructive path.

It felt very true to life and was kind of overwhelming at times. Oct 13, Michelle Isler rated it it was amazing. Joe Clifford is just getting better with each book.

I have really become quite attached to the Jay Porter character. I hope to see him in future books. December Boys is the second book in the Jay Porter series.

Lamentation is the first. There is no wasting time in December Boys. First chapter leads Jay to an insurance claim that has turned out to be a false claim.

While Jay is questioning the young boy, Joe Clifford is just getting better with each book. While Jay is questioning the young boy, he notices pictures of the boy's brother.

This causes Jay to have flashbacks of his own brother, Chris, and of all the times they had together. Jay is having issues letting the Lombardi case rest.

It seems to haunt him. Now, he has this new case that involves sending kids off to North River Institute. Kids that are not even doing anything criminal.

After Jay initiates the help of his friend, Charlie, and a young, hot, courthouse employee, he starts to uncover why these parents do not seem to have issues with having their kids ripped from their homes.

The parents are getting something in return. It is a dark and ugly storyline, but you are pulled in and cannot wait to see the criminals get their due.

Not only is Jay busy digging into this latest case, but he has demons haunting him. He has family troubles. He is getting no sleep and constantly on the run.

After having a nervous breakdown, Jay realizes that he has to find some answers and get closure on the loss of his brother.

You really get the claustrophobic feeling that Jay experiences, as he goes through having a panic attack. That was some great writing, right there.

I found the book beautifully written. It was dark and moody and you felt as if you could never get away from that bitter cold that bit through the pages.

I love how the weather feels like a main character in the book. The snow and ice, definitely, play a major role in both novels.

I find that it pulls me into the setting. My favorite thing about a Clifford book is you are never bored and there always seems to be something coming at you from every direction.

You never know which way the story is going to turn. There is no doubt about it, though. If you read a Clifford book, you are going to get noir.

I highly recommend. Oct 12, Derrick rated it it was amazing. He is self destructive, angry, lashes out at those that love him, and he has a habit of painting others in his life as the problem and he never looks within himself to discover if he is the issue.

On the flip-side, Jay has an enormous heart and he aches to be the father his son deserves and the husband his wife deserves. Clifford is certainly proving that Porter is a character that has depth and is a true flesh and bone man.

He now lives with his son, having married his mother, but he still lives with the weight of his brother and their shared past.

As his inability to deal with these pressures mount and he finds himself sabotaging any shot he has at happiness, Porter finds himself involved with the potential fact a judge may be selling young defendants to an institution that has more than their rehabilitation in mind.

It seems that a disproportionate number of juveniles are being sentenced to time at a privately run institution for relatively minor offenses.

As Porter looks deeper into this issue, he learns that his old nemesis, The Lombardi Family, have deep connections to the institution, and should it get more public funding, stand to make a great deal of money from this scheme.

With both a sense of justice and a hatred for all things concerning the Lombardi family, Porter finds himself looking for truth and answers, but he may have to sacrifice both a part of himself and his family life to find them.

This book is a hell of a read and a great addition to the Porter series. Clifford has fleshed out Porter into a hell of a noir figure.

This is what makes him seem so real, as we all have moments of being our own worst enemy. Clifford has written a book that will resonate with noir lovers, lovers of quality literature, and anyone with a pulse.

Jan 16, Pam Stack rated it it was amazing. Joe Cifford did not disappoint with this novel. As a matter of fact, It is more personal, grittier, more visceral than anything I've read in a long time.

Jay Porter has moved on from his job as an estate mover to become an insurance fraud investigator. He wants to live a "normal" life with his wife and son.

While trying to wrap up the paperwork on a seemingly easy case, new facts are uncovered, creating a ripple effect that lead Jay on a search that may or may not involve his brother's death.

The impact of Jay's curiosity leads him to leap into dangerous territory, both physically and emotionally. At one point, it is difficult to know what is real and what isn't, leading to unintended and dangerous consequences for Jay and those around him.

Cifford's writing puts truth to words, his prose is lean and to the point, dialogue clipped and honest. He spares no one in this emotional, at times tender story about crime, love, loss and forgiveness.

Joe Clifford is one of the best fiction writers of a new generation of authors who peel back the layers, tell the story, and leave you standing on the side of the road, dazed, but wanting more.

I wholeheartedly and with absolute joy, recommend this book to anyone who cares about good literature. Jun 23, Michael rated it it was amazing.

I finished December Boys a few days ago and have been contemplating it ever since. I was a big fan of Lamentation, the first book in this series, and so I went into December Boys with pretty high hopes.

But, it had been some time since I read Lamentation, and I forgot how infuriatingly human the main character, Jay Porter, could be.

Seriously, the guy can wreck even the most simple of encounters. And I think that's the genius of Joe Clifford's writing. His stories are filled with real people.

Ja I finished December Boys a few days ago and have been contemplating it ever since. Jay's train of thought doesn't necessarily pick up on everyone's signals, and certainly, as every real person does, he often misinterprets the signals he does catch, but it doesn't mean that the people surrounding him aren't as rich, as real, and as wounded as Jay himself.

The great thing is, while this story is a complete and supremely satisfying read, it's obvious there's still so much more story in the offing.

I can't wait to catch the next installment. I want Jay to find a little joy. A little respite. That jerk. I highly recommend this book.

Oct 07, Mazy rated it it was amazing. I received a copy of this book by winning an online contest, then I put it off for awhile because, honestly, I wasn't interested.

A story about teens being sold to prisons just wasn't terribly appealing. But it kept starring out at me from my nightstand, guilting me.

Joe Clifford rolls humor, urgency, and serious sleuthing all into one slightly unhinged character and he does it oh-so well. Oh, and he actually I received a copy of this book by winning an online contest, then I put it off for awhile because, honestly, I wasn't interested.

Oh, and he actually got me to care about the prison system! I read this without having read Lamentation first, but the author fills in all the background information without it feeling regurgitated from a previous novel and without the sense that I was missing anything.

Well crafted scenes in a fast paced plot makes this a fantastic read. The noir mystery is excellent. I highly recommend this book!

Jun 30, Ryan Leone rated it it was amazing. Joe Clifford does it again, pumping life into the complex protagonist, Jay Porter.

I found this book to be superior in pacing than the first. It was scarliky lifelike and a real accomplishment in this competitive genre.

Clifford is on the fast track to becoming a household name and mystery superstar. Oct 13, Mike Hughes rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really liked this book, i thought the first one was good, this one continues and may be even better.

Just really good characters and awesome writing. Cant wait to see where he goes with this character next.

Dec 12, David Odeen rated it it was amazing. Visceral, almost felt I was in the same rooms as Jay Porter. Has the author lived this life?

The must read book of Crime fiction fans will rejoice the genre is alive here in this novel.

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