1 Aug Läckberg, Sweden’s bestselling “queen of crime,” explores near-unspeakable grief in her stunning seventh novel set in the town of Fjällbacka. 4 Oct “The Lost Boy is a complex and brilliant novel, but is one of Lackberg’s darkest stories.” Another masterpiece by Swedish author Camilla. 4 Oct The Lost Boy. A Novel. Camilla Lackberg. From the #1 international bestseller and Swedish crime sensation, Camilla Lackberg’s latest.

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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here When he is found murdered, Detective Patrik Hedstrom must find answers. Thrillerreeks – Patrik Hedstrom 7 16 21 Apr 17, The Lost Boy original title: The English version was published in March by HarperCollins. And normally I enjoy the bpy unravelling of the detailed plot, but in this book my attention wasn’t captured because the red herring was so lame that I never thought it a viable explanation for the crime.


Camila one has anything bad to say about him. Praise for Camilla Lackberg: The clues are not revealing in an adequate time, there are too many unanswered questions. Views Read Edit View history. He has been trying to relax, all the while taking care of his wife, Erica, and their prematurely born twins. I never saw the conclusion to Mats story coming.

I’m now pages into the book, and there have been several more references to “the accident”, but I’m tje not sure what happened, who was involved in it, or how it affects the plot of the book, other than that it seems to have resulted in the protagonist, detective Patrik Hedstrom, not being able to work full time.


The real problem was that this time even the crime investigation, which didn’t really lead anywhere, wasn’t particularly interesting.


The Lost Boy 3. Dei fantasmi dell’isola del faro, nessuno sa bene cosa farsene; sono inutili nel flashback tanto si capisce dal secondo brandello di testo che Julian e Karl incrociano le spade “since “sono inutili nella narrazione finale, se non per dare quel tocco di folklore. But there is only one that matters: The love and support of her family gradually brings her round. Julia rated thr did not like it Aug 29, These alternate with flashbacks to and the story of the first light house keeper at Camiola Isle, his family and the mysterious disappearance of everyone one stormy winter night.

Even the ending leaves you wondering about the the author’s lack of focus as it is not particularly losf.

The Scent of Almonds and Other Stories. Sometimes you think thirty million flies must be wrong The Lost Boy combines a gripping police procedural with a ghost story while poignantly delving into the devastating effects of grief, especially among mothers.

Camillla using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Lost Boy is a library book. He has barely entered the door to the office before he is already lackberh into a new investigation.


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However, Nathalie has her own secret. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The opening of bog fancy new spa on a historical sight and all the problems that go along with it.

It is simply too frustrating and incomprehensible.

Her palms felt sticky against the leather. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Lackberg uses the same structure in The Lost Boy as her other novels. Outi rated it did not like it Mar 07, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Published by Harper Collins first published Buy it now in ebook: The problem for me, started with the whole accident scenario.

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Nejra rated it did not like it Aug 03, The plot twists were obvious, the multiple narrators and sub-plots were confusing rather than intriguing, and the peripheral characters were one-dimensional. Unless I get very, very bored, I’ll probably never finish it. This created a fast pace and a compulsion to read on.