The Nature of the Beast: (A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel) by Louise Penny | Summary & Analysis by Book*Sense
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Enjoy a Deeper Experience With Our Summary & Analysis! Louise Penny’s The Nature of the Beast is the eleventh installment in her popular Chief Inspector Gamache series. A murder mystery set against the discovery of one of the most destructive firearms ever created, Penny packs in all the usual suspense of a typical homicide investigation and adds to that the chilling presence of pure evil. Nine-year-old Laurent Lapage is known for his wild imagination and tall tales. When he shares news of his latest discovery no one pays him any attention. The following day when Laurent is found dead, they wish they had. Retired Chief Homicide Inspector, Armand Gamache, is haunted by Laurent’s crime scene, sensing the boy’s death was no accident. When a search through the woods reveals the camouflaged location of an enormous missile launcher with the etching of a hideous apocalyptic creature, Armand is certain the boy was killed to silence him. Along with his successor, Chief Inspector Isabelle Lacoste, and his son-in-law, Armand sets out to find young Laurent’s murderer. This companion includes the following: • Book Review • Story Setting Analysis • Story elements you may have missed as we decipher the novel • Clear, concise description and analysis of personalities • Summary of the text, with some analytical comments interspersed • Thought Provoking /or Discussion Questions for both Readers & Book Clubs • Discussion & Analysis of Themes, Symbols… • And Much More! This Analysis fills the gap, making you understand more while enhancing your reading experience.
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