What a plot! And the narrative has such a drive to it. The characters are so complex that from one side to the other you are not sure what will happen, who is the villain and who is the hero. So cleverly written.
Some sun, some rain – that’s one way of describing not only my two week sailing but also my BookCation this far. Tonight I’m sitting …
This is far from your everyday read and really recommend you take a long Sunday in your favourite couch and just read. But read slow, you have to be there from the very first words on the very first page.
The family is broke and when the only way to save their problems seems to be to sell it – to a bloody Englishman! – the sisters and their mother is confronted with some tough decisions. Will it tare them apart, or can the big Christmas party save them?
Seven years ago i fell in love. Utterly and completely. The beautiful language of Erin Morgensterns and her magical storytelling swept me of my feet.
The combination of a bet, a cold case and the French je ne c’est quoi feels so good. With his somewhat odd hero May tells us about a missing person case that turns into a hunt for a murderer.
Both Råttkungen and The Doll Factory are very skillfully written and it’s hard, nearly impossible to stop reading – the best thing you can say about a book if you ask me.
Sleep is undoubtedly a thrilling book, although the concept of the remote island in this case totally cut of from the rest of the world is old, it doesn’t make it any less scary. And why would it, it’s a brilliant concept and the suggestive, desolate environment of the island at the top of Scotland is undeniably making its mark.
All in all Nightflyers was a pleasant surprise, definitely more thrilling and scary than I expected.
The Lambs of God is no cute Disney versions that’s being told. Oh no. These stories would have made the Grimm brothers proud. They’re scary, bloody, raw and really, really good.