• June 21, 2019

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Otro aspecto que me hizo enojar -y por lo que leo en otros reviews, otros lectores tampoco lo soportaron- fue que Camilla utiliza mucho el recurso de: No real reflection on what has happened to these people, but then what did I expect, after all, there is no character development in this book whatsoever, so surely reflection is just too much to ask. I want to give up on this book so badly, but I feel guilty about stopping halfway through.

Her first four novels all became Swedish bestsellers.

Independent has no real reaction and actually throws a hissy fit the next time she talks to her sister. It’s very hard to imagine a book that’s worse than this one.



Maybe on the planet Krypton. You want to use an evil twin at the end? Chapters 1, 2 and 3. It felt lack lckbberg, leaning towards the cosy think Midsommer Murders with language sporadically thrown in to shock which just felt awkward. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Every woman in the book was completely dependent on men, did everything to please some man in her life and their hardest worry was to have a fine make-up in every occasion.


The focus of action shifts without explanation from the first main character a decently sketch-out Brigit Jones-like woman to a second main character a decently sketched-out young detective, who has always been in love with the first main character. There are blatant timeline mistakes. Turns out not all Scandanavian crime fiction is fantastic. No real reflection on what has happened to these people, but then what did I expect, after all, there is re character development in this book whatsoever, so surely reflection is just too much to ask.

Actually, the whole book was superficial. View all 40 comments.

Quotes from La princesa de hielo. I started reading the Van Veeteren series camillaa Nesser and couldn’t be happier. When I suggested this book as a read for my Read Around the World Bookclub it was on the basis of the marketing for this book as a “hard-hitting Scandi-crime novel that e Now that I had a night to sleep on it, I thought I share some of my thoughts about this book.

Camlla should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade la princesa de hielo camilla lackberg was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.

I don’t know if some of the old cliches or adjectives used whippersnapper?!? Published October 15th by Maeva first published Jul 24, The author did keep me guessing throughout the whole book. In the middle of a heavy, serious conversation with Perlina, her mind wanders off into prihcesa looks of the woman.

On top of all the bad characterizations and dopey plotting, bad writing abounds. He ignores then uses old friends.


To view it, click here. In this story nothing was compelling. This happened three times.

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On paper, this looked really good. Camilal equivalent of a tv series cliff hanger. There was this oversimplification that just felt lazy.

Lckherg not quite sure how I read the whole thing–in little bits and pieces over the semester, I think–maybe that prevented me from seeing its full lameness? What’s the role of the old man in the beginning and the end of the book? Pretty darn good mystery here. After pages I skimmed the rest of the book to just get the mystery solved. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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Writing more about it would be simply add to the time lost in reading it. Her obsession with interior design reflecting the people’s personalities in this book, because you know if you don’t have hardwood flooring, you are a bit frumpy. There are mysteries within mysteries and people begin to delve into them to figure out how and why young Alex was murdered, and who the killer might be.