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Steenbloed (2010)

by Johan Theorin(Favorite Author)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 1
De Geus
The Öland Quartet
review 1: Каждая книга автора наполнена мифами и сказочными персонажами, при этом сохраняя статус детектива. Причем, детектива очень крепкого. Во всех 4 книгах цикла действие проходят на шведском острове Эланд в Балтийском море. Порой, встречаются персонажи из 1 книги, что добавляет остроты. В романах Теорина главные роли отведены простым людям, а не полицейским или детективам. При все при этом, в итоге мифы и легенды остаются таковыми,... more а все поступки и действия людей легко объясняются. Читать одно удовольствие.
review 2: I love Theorin's writing...when I'm reading one of his books I feel as though I'm actually transported to Oland. This is the third in his quartet, and a few of the characters resurface, but it would not have been necessary to read either of the earlier books. In this book, Per Morner is the son of a porn kingpin and spends much of the book trying to track down his father's ex-employees to make sense of what happens to his father. There's a story line that involves belief in elves and changelings, and another plot line related to Per's daughter. The only thing that keeps this book from being a 5-star was that Per's actions didn't always make sense to me. He was estranged from his father as the book began, and the fact that he spent the length of the book trying to figure out what happened to his father made no real sense to me. less
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Goed boek, spannend. Wel een beetje ongeloofwaardig op sommige momenten, maar niet erg storend.
well I think this is Quarry and I read this in English. I really really like this author.
I can't wait to buy the next one :) love these series
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