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Von einem grausamen Familiengeheimnis und tapferen Helden die nicht umhinkommen die Sagen ihrer Insel ernst zu nehmen The third of Johan Theorin s Oland uartet is even better than the first two in the series it seems he gets better with every book he writes He begins with a collection of characters and the events that govern their lives each developing a strong sub plot all seemingly unrelated As the story proceeds the characters and sub plots begin to intertwine creating a build up of mystery and suspense The reader really cares about the characters and what happens to them A superior read that builds in tension to a climax that has the reader staying up late at night to discover the ending which is far from disappointing Theorin is an author who comes highly recommended a must read His uartet is better read in seuence Each one stands alone but a shared main character makes reading them in seuence much enjoyable

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Nden Und ein ungebetener Gast der vor aller Augen ermordet wird Johan Theorin erzählt in seinem neuen Kriminalroman I started this book with anticipation being a fan of Nordic Noir but was alienated almost from the beginning by the clich d characterisation and the clunky dialogue The synopsis on the back cover leads you to expect a tightly written murder mystery but the story meanders all over the place with people displaying the strangest reactions to the events in their lives a father Per sees his son nearly killed by an out of control car but lets the driver continue his journey after an initial remonstrance The same man has a seriously ill daughter but never seems to make any attempt to talk to medical staff in the hospital about her condition A widower finds his dead wife s diaries and reads them exceptionally slowly presumably to allow the readers of the novel time to identify her strange visitor I am nearly through it and only persisting because I hate to admit defeat and give up on a book but I am past caring now who did what to whom

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Der Spiegel Bestseller erstmals als Taschenbuch Ein verwunschener Ort eine abgeschiedene Welt dunkler Mythen und Lege This did not keep me glued to the pages like the preceding Nattf k but it was still a very good read More in the style of the first of the uartet Skumtimmen as the pace is a bit lower and the developments of the story take a bit of time The mystery in this one is also a bit abstract starting out seemingly unrelated or hardly related things starts to slowly come together and the whole discovery is of a number of things that feel off The supernatural lurks in the shadows as well and I was a bit annoyed with myself for failing to see a connection that I should have Book number 4 will be on my reading shelf before long


10 thoughts on “Blodläge

  1. says:

    This did not keep me glued to the pages like the preceding Nattfåk but it was still a very good read More in the style of the first of the uartet Skumtimmen as the pace is a bit lower and the developments of the story take a bit of time The mystery in this one is also a bit abstract starting out seemingly unrelated or hardly related things starts to slowly come together and the whole discovery is of a number of things

  2. says:

    A very good book I like Theorin's style and his combining old Scandinavian legends with the current world The combination of elves trolls and porn might seem too much but they create an interesting counterpoint The

  3. says:

    SYNOPSISAs the last snow melts on the Swedish island of Öland Per Morner is preparing for his children's Easte

  4. says:

    Although I do believe that his first book was the best I really enjoyed this oneThe uarry book #3 in Theorin's Öland uartet follows in the footsteps of his first two most excellent novels Echoes from the Dead and The Darkest Room Once again Theorin has delivered a winner set on the island of Öland in Sweden It is the Spring segm

  5. says:

    I enjoyed The uarry I read Theorin’s novel The Darkest Room a few months ago and really enjoyed it so I wanted to check out of his work The

  6. says:

    I started this book with anticipation being a fan of Nordic Noir but was alienated almost from the beginning by t

  7. says:

    The third of Johan Theorin's Oland uartet is even better than the first two in the series it seems he gets better with every book he writes He begins with a collection of characters and the events that govern their lives each developing a strong sub plot all seemingly unrelated As the story proceeds the characters and sub plots begin to intertwine creating a build up of mystery and suspense The reader really cares about the char

  8. says:

    A bit strange thriller Liked the part about the elves but the story line was fuzzy and characters were all over the place Ok

  9. says:

    In this story we meet some of Gerloff's wealthy neighbors on the island of Öland Vendela originally came from the island and has built a fancy home there with her boorish husband Max and for some unknown reason writes recipes and prepares all of the food for a cookbook that her husband will take credit for Sigh She is a great believer in fairies and elves which gets her into trouble than once Her most important thing is her agin

  10. says:

    This is an excellent book I give it a 4 although in many ways it deserves a five the only flaw I find I find it difficult to understand what time period this was set and I think it was the 1990s but is not clear In the spoke the author cleverly waves a story which is steeped in the Mire of porn but also is interweaved with the mysteries of elves and trolls A great read A great story can't wait until number four in the uartet

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