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Buzz (The Game Trilogy, Book 2) by [de la Motte, Anders]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in The Game Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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‘Destined to be an international success’ Chi (Italy)

‘Put aside Mankell and Larsson’ Polska Dziennik Lodzki (Poland)

‘A trilogy you shouldn’t miss’ Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)

‘If you thought Swedish crime fiction was only populated by melancholic policemen and sharp, female journalists, you were wrong … The plot is so well crafted and effective that it keeps you enthralled until the very last page’ Politiken (Denmark)

‘This game knows no boundaries’ Men’s Health (Netherlands)

About the Author

Anders de la Motte was formerly a police officer and then director of security at one of the world’s largest IT companies. He is currently freelancing as an international security consultant. BUZZ is the second part of the Game Trilogy. The first part, GAME, received the First Book Award from the Swedish Crime Writers’ Academy and has sold 100,000 copies in Sweden alone.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1322 KB
  • Print Length: 449 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0007500297
  • Publisher: Blue Door (5 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B3MB878
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #189,207 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Game, Buzz, then Bubble, make up the trilogy.

I really enjoyed the original and modern script that made up Game, and Buzz carries on where the previous book left off. After a year of travelling around outside of the reach of the Game, HP returns to Sweden with a new mystery to unravel. HP has matured and is less impulsive, but who does not love to be praised for a job well done. Can HP stay on mission and be the hero?

I actually think that this book was more enjoyable than the first, with a tight story line, and a gripping narrative that meant I finished this within a few days. Although probably not as good as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium Trilogy Book 1), this is well worth a read.

I will be reading Bubble very soon!
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Game is the first book in the Trilogy - Buzz is the second - You have to read Game first - this trilogy is like a very long novel in 3 parts.

I asked for Game to review & got the whole trilogy!

It is 14 months after Game and Henrik Pattersson, HP, misses the trill of THE GAME.

His sister Rebecca is threatened by a faceless enemy ... are they connected to the Game too?

Once again the story jumps from HP's point of view to Rebecca's and back again.

Once again Nothing is what it seems & Who can you trust?

If you liked Game you will want to read Buzz (and then Bubble) - they are real page turners - I read the trilogy in 5 days - loved it.
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By Quicksilver TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Jan. 2014
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Buzz is the sequel to Game, one of my books of 2013. If you haven't read Game yet stop reading this now.

How do you follow a mind-blowing debut? The phrase 'difficult second album' is commonly expressed in the world of music crticism, and whilst I've never seen it articulated in bookish circles, it's certainly a phenomenon that applies to novels too. ( I say I've never seen it, I have a sneaking suspicion I've used it as a review title before.)

Buzz does suffer a bit from DSA syndrome. It's impossible not to compare to Game and it does come up short. Buzz is set a year or so after it's predecessor. HP is still in exile. Rich and bored. His sister, Becca is a bodyguard and has been promoted to team leader. As the novel opens Becca is on detail in Darfur, HP about to embark on a drug addled excursion into the desert near Dubai. Both will end in disaster. Simple misfortune or dark machinations of the Game?

The problem Buzz have over Game is that HP and Becca, aren't in control of the plot, or rather, for most of the novel the question as to who is controlling who is not present. Game was so fresh because it involved a thrilling cat and mouse chase, where you were never entirely clear who was the cat, and who was the mouse. Buzz's narrative presents two comparatively straightforward whodunits, each of them investigated separately. The two threads intertwine but the tying together feels more forced; a coincidence too far perhaps?

Having said that this is still a very readable book. The mystery elements are intriguing; the book demands to be read. You still want to know what is going on. Buzz is particularly strong when it come to its core theme.
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I enjoyed this book as much as the first but for different reasons. The author manages to maintain the gripping read whilst changing the angel of the story. A criticism is that the if you forget that the perspective changes with sections, it can sometimes throw you off piste. Sets up nicely for the third book.
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This is the second book in the series but it just went on and on and on, the author brings in each character in the next paragraph so you have to keep your wits about you to determine who he is talking about - no dots or stars between paragraphs. However, whereas the first book was an unusual, thought-provoking novel this one is annoyingly unsatisfying. I just wanted to chuck it out after about half the book. Was glad to get to the end and will not read another one.
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Buzzing after Buzz

The problem with Buzz is that you eventually finish the book. Buzz is the second book in the Game Trilogy by Anders De La Motte that keeps up the pace of Game and continues with all the twists and turns with regular surprises when not really expecting them. This really is the edge of the seat stuff everything you want and expect from a thriller, from two competing worlds of the real and online world. It is also based on fact as you read this book knowing that there are companies out there that like to clean up reputations online for companies and people, whereas here Anders de La Motte takes it that one step further.

The story continues on 14 months after Game has finished and HP is touring the world and trying to keep a very low profile low tech life as not to let The Game Master know that he is alive and where the money he liberated from the Game Master is. He is starting to get bored when he lands in Dubai and meets business woman Anna Anders and this is the beginning of where things start to get beyond his control. He is accused of murder and is then deported back to Sweden but does not want the Game Master to find out he is back in the country.

He somehow manages to get a job at an IT company where he even he was surprised and even enjoyed it but then again he was not quite honest as to who he was. Things are going well he is learning and enjoying his relationships when unbeknown to him by accident his sister will turn his world upside down and from there he really will need his wits about him to stay alive.

Becca has been promoted and has been out in Darfur protecting a minister on an official government visit when as the head of the bodyguard she has to get everyone away in a hurry from a baying crowd and danger.
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