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  1. Erin Erin says:

    I have nothing against making money Money is important and I don't begrudge anyone their coin That said Why Oh Why??? Did Thomas Harris write this lifeless drivel? I respect a money grab the studio wanted a Hannibal preuel so Thomas Harris decided to write itBut is this the best he could do? I have a better back story for Hannibal in my head right now and its better than this I didn't even recognize the Hannibal Lecter I've come to know and love over 3 novels 2 moviesI still haven't watched the movie Hannibal and a deeply underated tv show The young Hannibal in this book is pedestrian Not charming not scary not a genius just meh What an awful and disappointing end to an amazing series PLEASE DON'T READ THIS BOOKHooked On Books May Read A ThonAround the Year in 52 Books A Book With An AntagonistVillain Point of View

  2. Jess☺️ Jess☺️ says:

    Hannibal Rising by Thomas Harris is the 4th and final book in the series but being honest I feel I need a Hannibal Rising part 2 as this book only takes you from Hannibal being a child in the war untill 18 and pumped up on revenge which to be honest I understand He's like a murderous James Bond 🔪It's then a leap to when we meet him in red dragon I would like the story in between please as I personally can't really understand the jump from revenge to the next step eating people 🤢But putting that aside it's still Hannibal bloody nerve tingling and a little sad and heart breakingI would definitely recommend this whole series if darkgory and bloody thrilling and a little twisted is your thing📖

  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Hannibal Rising Hannibal Lecter #4 Thomas HarrisHannibal Rising is a novel by American author Thomas Harris published in 2006 It is a preuel to his three previous books featuring his most famous character the cannibalistic serial killer Dr Hannibal Lecter Opening in Lithuania during 1941 Hannibal Lecter is eight years old and living in a castle with his parents and sister Mischa With the castle located near the eastern front of World War II the Lecter family escapes to their lodge to elude the advancing German troops With the castle abandoned it is soon raided by Germans and civilians aiding them their hidden art collection among the stolen loot Three years later an advancing Soviet tank stops at the Lecter family's lodge looking for water only to be bombed by a German Stuka the explosion killing all but the children Surviving in the lodge Hannibal and Mischa are captured when six deserters appear Vladis Grutas Zigmas Milko Bronys Grentz Enrikas Dortlich Petras Kolnas and Kazys Porvik Storming and looting the lodge they lock the Lecters in the barn Running low on supplies the soldiers soon take Mischa; realizing they intend to cannibalize her Hannibal tries to stop them only to have his arm broken before he blacks out Hannibal is later spotted by a Soviet tank crew wearing shackles and rendered mute Returned to Lecter Castle now a Soviet orphanage Hannibal is found to be irreparably traumatized by the ordeal Removed from the orphanage by his uncle Robert Lecter Hannibal goes to live with him in France with his aunt Lady Murasaki Visiting a marketplace with his aunt Lecter assaults butcher Paul Momund when he insults Murasaki Count Lecter learning of the slight against his wife violently confronts the butcher and collapses and subseuently dies from a heart attack Losing most of the Count's estate to death duties Lecter and Murasaki move across France and Lecter flourishes as a medical student assisting by preparing cadavers for lessons Books Red Dragon The Silence of the Lambs Hannibal Hannibal Risingتاریخ نخستین خوانش نوزدهم ماه دسامبر سال 2012 میلادیعنوان پرونده هانیبال طلوع هانیبال کتاب چهارم از سری هانیبال لکتر؛ نویسنده توماس هریس؛ مترجم مجید نوریان؛ تهران، چکاوک،1389، چاپ بعدی 1390؛ در 366 ص؛ شابک 9789648957242؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 21 م عنوان ظهور هانیبال کتاب چهارم از سری هانیبال لکتر؛ نویسنده توماس هریس؛ مترجم اصغر اندرودی؛ تهران، نشر دایره، 1397؛ در 364 ص؛ شابک 9786005722499؛ دکتر لکتر یک آدمخوار است که بارها دیگران را وادار به کارهایی همچون بلعیدن زبان خود یا کندن پوست صورت خود کرده است این داستان چگونگی پیدایش هانیبال لکتر را پی میگیرد ا شربیانی

  4. Joe Joe says:

    Ok this is another book I had to read before I saw the movie I cannot believe I wasted money on it I even bought it in hardcover Sometimes I can be such a dunceThis has to be the worst pre uel seuel ever There is no reason to read this book or see the movie But if you are a fan like I am don't feel guilty do what you wantThis is my least favorite of Harris's Hannibal Saga His reasoning for Lecter's particular taste is get this REVENGE How lame It doesn't seem like any real serial killer would start their rampage to seek revenge although in his case his childhood was emotionally disturbing As of still I was not impressed not to mention a subplot involving an underground network of profiteering World War II criminals Lecter's enemies specializing in stolen artworkcome on Oh by the way they didn't include this in the film Everything about Harris's young Lecter seemed too far fetched from his medical studies and re illustrations for anatomy texts to his Japanese geisha like auntlove interest who lives in Paris Even the concept that the then child Hannibal had to run and hide from the Nazis did not seem fathomable I read somewhere that Harris had gone gay for Lecter after turning out the disappointing last installment called merely Hannibal Which kind of offends me but not for their use of illustrating an author's relationship with their character as homosexual but that that novel was not disappointing Juilanne Moore as Clarice is another story Hannibal if I must say is a truly better piece of fiction and true to the Lecter that we all learned to love in The Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon Why can't Dr Lecter be the cannibalizing psychiatrist who helps out the FBI every once in a while? This book has forever ruined that image for me

  5. Dannii Elle Dannii Elle says:

    This book did it's job in relaying the younger years of the infamous Hannibal Lecter but it never really went beyond that Whilst it goes some way towards providing an understanding of how he became the serial killer of previous books in this series it only covered a small selection of years It felt like this series needed a second preuel to bridge the gap between the cold blooded revenge sought out here and the cannibalism and anarchy later in his life Also I found that much of the high stakes tension was removed with the perspective being so closely linked to Lecter himself This was enjoyable enough but felt like an entirely different read when compared to the chills and thrills previously experienced from this character

  6. Jamieson Jamieson says:

    Right off I have to say that I love this bookI have been waiting along with many others for years to find out how Hannibal Lecter became what he became I wanted to know what caused his transformation into one of the most frightening killers in literature and the movies known to manI was thrilled beyond words to hear that Harris was writing a new book and that a new movie based on the book was in production I knew that Harris was writing the screenplay Aside from that I knew nothing I wanted needed to know Now that I do what can I say except that knowledge is powerDespite bad reviews of the movie and the book I loved HANNIBAL RISING It’s a beautiful haunting work that stays with you long after you have read it It’s not just a simple tale of revenge but one of lust and wanting of judgement and secrets that is beautifully written Harris uses uick short sentences to instill images into your mind to show you the change Hannibal goes through to become what he isPersonally I think others are none to pleased with Hannibal Rising mostly because they were expecting another Silence of the Lambs Hannibal Rising is really historical fiction seeing as how most of it is set right after the second world war I knew that there couuld be no book like Silence of the Lambs that Hannibal would probably be a uieter subtler bookI was half rightThere is beauty in the blood here; the harrowing images of death are subdued and gorgesouly written but most shocking is that you feel empathy towards Hannibal Lecter Knowing what I know now of his character is it any wonder why he became a monster?Judgement and revenge come in many formsI think that’s what puts most people off about the novel You feel sorry for him sorry for Hannibal Lecter You come away wondering if you would have done the same had someone eaten your little sister You come away wondering if you have a monster waiting to rise upEven mosnters have feelings no matter how inhuman they may seemHANNIBAL RISING is probably one of the most beautiful books I have ever read Hannibal Lecter will stay with me for a long time and I can’t wait to read the tale of his beginning all over again

  7. Ashley Daviau Ashley Daviau says:

    I’m right in the middle with this one I didn’t love it but I didn’t hate it either Some parts I thoroughly enjoyed and couldn’t get enough of while others uite nearly bored me to tears I was a little disappointed because the previous three books are just so damn good and this one lacks the spark the others had And I was expecting this to pick up where the last book left off so when I discovered it was about Hannibal’s origins I was a tad let down Don’t get me wrong it was interesting to learn about his past and what made him into what he is but it’s just not what I was expecting

  8. Rob Rob says:

    Number 4 in the Hannibal Lecter seriesDr Hannibal Lecter Hannibal the Cannibal is one of fiction most iconic and revered psychopaths How does one become a psychopath? Is it born in us? Is it our early environment that dictated who we become? In this book you may not find the clinical answers to these uestions but you will find out just why Hannibal the Cannibal is what he is and what drives himThere are uite a few negative reviews out there but this is not one of themMaybe I’m just another closeted psychopath but I can’t help feeling a bit of empathy for Dr LecterThe book starts near the end of the 2nd World War and recounts the early life of Hannibal with his parents and his much loved younger sister Mischa As the war draws closer to its inevitable end the acts of atrocities grow beyond belief No so than the horrors that Hannibal and his sister are subjected to Horrors so unimaginable that when Hannibal is found wandering near death by some soviet soldiers not only can’t he remember what has happened but he no longer speaks Eventually Hannibal’s uncle who lives in Paris tracks him down and takes his mute nephew back to Paris with him The uncle’s wife The Lady Murasaki takes Hannibal under her wing and with much love care and understanding Hannibal learns to talk once again As the years go by The Lady Murasaki become the only shinning light in Hannibal’s world A light that Hannibal can’t do with out and will go to any length to make sure it continues to burn no matter what extremes he has to go toLittle by little Hannibal recall the horror that ended Mischa’s his sister life and with that memory comes the burning need for revenge Revenge on the men that are responsible for all the pain done to both Mischa and himselfThis then is what shaped Hannibal to become the monster we all know Unlike some other review I found this book absolutely riveting Hannibal Lecter is so enigmatic discovering his origins were a must for meA fabulous preuel to all that went beforeAwesome 45 stars

  9. Mike Mike says:

    This book is so fucking abysmal that I can’t finish it It’s a very rare thing for me not to get through a book even if it’s a struggle I’ll torture myself to get to the end because I get this feeling like I’m cheating myself and the author if I don’t If someone else gets through the 323 pages of wasted paper god bless you Every word reads like an exercise in how to bilk the public out of a couple of dollars with a character that accidentally became famous Hannibal Lechter is one of the great evil characters of modern American writing and cinema and the book “Hannibal Rising” does it’s very best to destroy all of his appeal The whole draw of Hannibal Lechter is that he exudes menace and villainy while still showing a wholly respectable exterior The vile behavior bubbling underneath only peeks out and seemingly has no basis for its existence Lechter seems to be evil for no other reason then that he is In “Hannibal Rising” Thomas Harris gives us some reasoning for his malevolence Hannibal goes mad because he is forced to watch some bad guys eat his little sister while trapped and starving in a cabin during the winter after the Nazis slaughter the rest of his family So instead of being the ultimate bad guy himself Harris makes Lechter someone to sort of sympathize with Thus ruining one of the great evils of the last 20 years or soDespite the total absurdity of the story itself you would be able to forgive Harris the mistake of writing this book After all it is a character he created and perhaps he felt like there was to the story that he needed to tell Unfortunately it doesn’t read that way at all It reads like the novel was written to be a screenplay from the minute he put pen to page or finger to keyboard as it likely was The dialogue is brittle and unimpressive and the description and narrative are sorely lacking It’s all like it was written with the intention to touch it up later Every word that passed by my eyes made it seem and like there’s no other interest here then in stealing my money I’m going to do my best to forget that both the book and the movie “Hannibal Rising” ever existed so I can go back to loving Hannibal Lechter

  10. Michael Munkvold Michael Munkvold says:

    Nothing happened to me Officer Starling I happened You can't reduce me to a set of influences You've given up good and evil for behaviorism nothing is ever anybody's fault Look at me Officer Starling Can you stand to say I'm evil? Thomas Harris The Silence of the LambsHannibal Lecter is the bogeyman a dark and terrible figure from a child's nightmares who lurks in the shadows waiting to pounce A big part of what makes him scary is his mystery the fact that you don't really know who or what he is He owes us no explanation for why he kills and eats people he just does it He simply is In the first three books in the Lecter series Red Dragon The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal he is as powerful and unknowable as nature a force of primal evil Hannibal Rising a preuel that portrays Lecter's evolution into the cannibal serial killer we all know and love mucks it all up by trying and failing miserably to humanize him It reduces one of literature's great monsters to a run of the mill victim of a lousy childhood Explaining him diminishes him I don't want to know what makes Lecter tick I just want to watch him go Harris doesn't seem to understand this and so reading Hannibal Rising is kind of like reading a Psychology 101 term paper with gratuitously bloody murder scenesA grand guignol character like Lecter is bound to be over the top but Hannibal Rising's lurid theatrics make him downright corny The son of nobility poor widdle Hannibal loses his parents in a Nazi airstrike and watches as a group of deserters kill and eat his beloved sister Mischa He spends the next few years as the ward of a Dickensian orphanage until he is adopted by his Japanese step aunt Lady Murasaki He has a uasi incestuous crush on her but that doesn't stop him from tracking down each of his sister's killers with implausible ease and executing them in operatic fashion It's all so melodramatic that it's a wonder Harris didn't end it with Lecter finding out he'd been switched at birth All the melodrama would be fine if Lecter still had the sinister snake like charm of the earlier books but the Lecter of Hannibal Rising is a stereotypical angry young man whining about the hardness of the world like a flesh eating Holden Caulfield In the other Lecter books I couldn't stop reading about him; in this one I couldn't wait to be done with him Harris was reportedly strong armed into writing Hannibal Rising by Dino de Laurentiis the producer of the film series and it's obvious that his heart isn't in it The story doesn't go anywhere worth going Lecter kills some people while spouting seventh grade level poetics I miss you every day you will be avenged and that's about it In contrast with Lecter's fascinating pseudo romance with Clarice Starling the pseudo romance between Lecter and Murasaki is just icky Finally the conclusion Hannibal Lecter goes to college is flat and unsatisfying making the whole book a waste of time Hannibal Rising is hardly the first bad seuel novel Psycho II anyone? but it's the first one I can remember that I found depressing to read The whole Lecter series is now tainted and that's a damn shame One of the greatest villains in the history of literature has been declawed his otherwordly evil reduced to a mere set of influences He deserves better and so do we

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Hannibal Rising [Ebook] ➠ Hannibal Rising By Thomas Harris – HANNIBAL LECTER WASN'T BORN A MONSTERHE WAS MADE ONEHannibal Lecter emerges from the nightmare of the Eastern Front of World War II a boy in the snow mute with a chain around his neck He will not spea HANNIBAL LECTER WASN'T BORN A MONSTERHE WAS MADE ONEHannibal Lecter emerges from the nightmare of the Eastern Front of World War II a boy in the snow mute with a chain around his neck He will not speak of what happened to him and his family He seems utterly alone but he has brought his demons with himHannibal's uncle a noted painter finds him in a Soviet orphanage and brings him to France There Hannibal lives with his uncle and his uncle's beautiful and exotic wife Lady Murasaki who helps him to heal and flourishBut Hannibal's demons are not so easily defeated Throughout his young life they visit him and torment him When he is old enough he visits them in turn and in the fog of traumatic memory he discovers that he has gifts far beyond what he imagined.