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Paperbackpages. I found the family interchanges pleasant and unpleasant just as interesting as the crime-solving. When I realized the book was going to contain flashback of Nazi Germany, of course I knew I was disappointed by this addition to the Patrik Hedstrom series for a few reasons. The Hidden Child is deep and emotionally complex, but moves slower than Lackberg’s previous novels and Erica as a character is somehow becoming less likable.
It has a dumbing down result that just kills any entertainment value for me. I doubt I’ll make it to the end of this one.
It meant that they had very little beyond the surface for the first half of the book and blended into I was very much looking forward to this book but in the end completely disappointed by it. It felt very much a ‘I know I’m causing you pain but my pain is more important’ thing to me.
Like, he doesn’t really get it? Definitely one of the most amazing books I have read so far. More about Swedish Nazis: A book about the past and the decisions made as young men and women that haunt people into their final years.
I loved Martin I don’t know why but I love that character.
Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (5 star ratings)
In some editions, this author’s name may be spelled Lackberg. I find that Lackberg tends to throw in additional storylines, I think to trick the reader, but in actuality it makes the storyline confusing and too long.
Some comical moments as he adjusts to life as a st 3. While there are a few passages where the wording is a little clunky, that could be attributed to cmilla t Have you ever read a book or a series that you like but you know that it’s missing something? That was what saved me in the end.
A child could have written them. The characters are wholly relatable and the mixture of crime solving and ‘real’ life is well balanced.
That is the main problem with this book, as I wasn’t remotely interested in these relationships, and there was an awful lot of “padding” in the basic story. Refresh and try again. Excellent and it kept me intrigued. She involves her readers in family stories about her recurring characters.
My only dis Oh my god oh my god oh my god this was pretty gooood. There was a lot of jumping to the correct conclusions in camilpa book which doesn’t make for a realistic police procedural.
She met her mother as a sociable young woman, so different from the cold, distant mother of her memory. Seeing how much of the book I had left to read got to be discouraging after just having read huellss same information told by three separate characters. Leest als een trein. One problem with a translated work is that it’s hard to know where to assign blame for the book’s faults regarding language.
Now I will read the other books by camille Chose this rating as it was masterfully written. He acted like an idiotic douchebag if you want the truth. It’s every individual’s responsibility to find his own peace- you can’t expect any sort of retribution or believe it will be delivered some day Refresh and try again. I’m no pro, so I don’t have ideas on how to amend this but I just didn’t see a need for it all.
A good summer beach read!
Las huellas imborrables
To ask other readers questions about Las huellas imborrablesplease sign up. This lws a translated literary mystery. What a clever way the author has written this book! The crimes are intriguing and original a If you haven’t discovered Swedish crime sensation Camilla Lackberg yet, you are in for a treat.
That made the flashbacks painful because they were obvious and thus boring.