Kategori: Tentacle Words – the Swedish Bookworm
Here in Sweden once again it’s almost tropical. Sun beaming from a clear blue sky and temperatures nearing 30 C. So maybe, this year, you really don’t need to read about far away islands with beaches that goes on for…
A year ago I fell in love with Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys. Since then I have been waiting impatiently for the next one. You can guess how perfect it was when Fatal Inheritance arrived just in time for vacation….
I know it’s been there for about 30 years, but sadly, for some reason, I’ve not read it yeat. Don’t know why, but after seeing the first episode of Good Omens I realise I must. Read it. As soon as possible.
It’s some ride Steadman takes us on, from the moment Erin and Mark choose to keep the bag they found in the water ’til that horrible day that ended in death and buried graves.
Ok, so I’m probably last person on earty to read Kevin Kwans book, but who cares? When you finally get your hands on a story that fascinates you as Crazy Rich Asians did me, well… then it simply doesn’t matter, does it?
What a read this was. Revolution, love, disappointment, fear, death, happiness, reunion and loss.
This is a thrilling read, a page turner, you just can’t stop reading it. You just have to know what will happen next. Not the end, hey, this is a Nora Roberts book, you know there will be a happy ending, and you don’t have to try and find out who the killer is – you get to know that pretty early. No, you want to be there with Reed and Simone, want to know how they will fix this. And by god, I want a grand mother like CiCi.
I love the feeling of this story. It’s like getting moved into one of those lovely BBC tv-series. I like Evangeline, she’s cool, and the story is adventurous in such a nice way. Deanne Raybourn has written a story with a lovely Agatha Christie flair.
I am actually a bit fed up with books about WWII. There’s been so many of them these last years. But hey, this is Paris! And I do have, as you might know by now, a faiblesse for Paris. You…
While other countries indulge in huge, festive carnevals today, here in Sweden we celebrate Mardi gras in our own ”lagom” way. No captivating music, no pearl necklesses, no beautiful costumes, just delicious wheat buns filled with smoth almond paste, whipped…