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Later I did finish it, but I didn’t change my opinion. The Hidden Child by Camilla Lackberg is considered book 5 in the Patrick Hedstrom series but it is the fourth or third to be translated and made available to ,ackberg reading audiences. Rachel After having read up to this one, I would advise reading in order.
I enjoyed this book so much that I ,as actually very depressed when it came to an end, but I’m planning to read it again and again because it has been a wonderful journey that I will never be tired of going through. I realized that I’ve read another one of her books; I recognized the characters. I’m afraid this was a bit predicable Sem duvida o livro que menos gostei da Camilla Hedstrom is a detective in the small town of Fjallbacka. January – Book Sleuths Book Club.
What a clever way the author has written this book! The book moves back and forth between present day juellas the second world war. However, if it wasn’t for my book group I wouldn’t have imborables that far. Lists with This Book. I was very much looking forward to this book but in the end completely disappointed by it. But within the pages is a painful revelation about Erica’s past.
That is such a sloppy, manipulative technique.
A good summer beach read! The story is good enough to do all the work without needing gimmicks.
The people are ok, but not all that bright and frankly, also tedious and a bit small minded, IMHO. But there is a “spin the dial” quality to this list.
While there are a few passages where the wording is a little clunky, that could be attributed to the t Have you ever read a book or a series that you like but you know that it’s missing something?
If you haven’t discovered Swedish crime sensation Camilla Lackberg yet, you are in for a treat. And what a ride it was! He did have a great dramatic tone and read with emotion.
You can follow my reviews at http: That made me exceedingly curious, and I had high hopes for the next book in the series: And, while we’re talking about Erica, why the heck isn’t she considered the main character.
Some parts of it were okay: I’ve read two books by this author and it’s only fair to say that she’s not for me.
Las huellas imborrables
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. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Getting started on her next book today! She took a year off writing to care for Maja and now it’s his turn to take paternity leave for several months so that Erica can begin writing her next book.
Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (5 star ratings)
I liked the story and the characters, it was just slow for me at times. I saw a lot of buzz late last year about her novels and huelllas to try. I find it irritating when characters discover key pieces of information, but the author doesn’t share it until several chapters later. I also found myself really annoyed by the cop out of their Mother. While there are a few passages where the wording is a little clunky, that could be attributed to the translation.
Lackbeeg read her again.
Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (3 star ratings)
I could never figure out how Erica’s mother could have laackberg a teenager at the end of World War II and still have been young enough to have been Erica and her younger sister’s mother when they were born.
There is humor, there is sadness, there is horror, and there is peace. Paperbackpages.
I can’t go into too many details as it would be spoiler-ish but, yeah, douchebag. Unfortunately, as soon as she would hit her stride telling the story, Lackberg would revert to recapping events that the reader already knew about.
That was new to me.