[ PDF / Epub ] ★ Vårlik Author Mons Kallentoft – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

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  1. says:

    And Mons Kallentoft does it again I bless the day I entered the library, first stumbled upon Midwinter Blood and decided to pick it up, because I would have missed this incredible series otherwise.The writing is just beautiful and evocative, the characters are incredibly fascinating, the plot keeps getting thicker and thicker Really, everything just draws you in and makes it impossible for you to let go I know I can t rest until I have all the pieces of this puzzle and I bet you won t be able And Mons Kallentoft does it again I bless the day I entered the library, first stumbled upon Midwinter Blood and decided to pick it up, because I would have missed this incredible series otherwise.The writing is just beautiful and evocative, the characters are incredibly fascinating, the plot keeps getting thicker and thicker Really, everything just draws you in and makes it impossible for you to let go I know I can t rest until I have all the pieces of this puzzle and I bet you won t be able to do it either.And the thoughts and emotions going through my mind Amazing I don t even know why I keep being surprised by the author s ability to shoot straight to my heart and make me feel all these painfully wonderful things and connect so readily with the people and what they go through.It just feels that everything hits so close to home, even when I don t have necessarily experienced the situation myself I guess I put myself in the characters shoes, especially Malin s, and that s why everything feelsreal and painful.Malin is one really awesome human being She has flaws like everybody else and she recognizes she should do a lot of things differently, particularly when we re talking about her daughter, but she tries to do her best Isn t that what s truly important Also, she s very unique She has this vision of the world, herself, other people and everything surrounding her, that makes you think she is not blind to the truth She sees everything and stops to think and process everything she apprehends That doesn t mean she wants to see what she sees or that she doesn t sometimes acts impulsively She does It s just the way she thinks and acts that make her such an interesting character.I hope there are great things ahead for her, considering the hard stuff she went through and the new developments in her life She deserves to be happy.Bravo Can t wait to read the following books


  2. says:

    Detective Inspector Malin Fors, the heroine of Mons Kallentoft s series of acclaimed thrillers, is an angry woman.She s angry with her daughter, her dad and she hates her mother She s a recovering alcoholic, a condition exacerbated before the events of Savage Spring when her daughter was kidnapped, and now she has a bomb blast to deal with in the town square of quiet backwater Linkoping, in which six year old twin girls are killed.She also has a sixth sense for the truth This manifests itsel Detective Inspector Malin Fors, the heroine of Mons Kallentoft s series of acclaimed thrillers, is an angry woman.She s angry with her daughter, her dad and she hates her mother She s a recovering alcoholic, a condition exacerbated before the events of Savage Spring when her daughter was kidnapped, and now she has a bomb blast to deal with in the town square of quiet backwater Linkoping, in which six year old twin girls are killed.She also has a sixth sense for the truth This manifests itself in her hearing the voices of the dead and having a strong intuition about which leads and suspects to pursue.We encounter her in Savage Spring at the cremation of her mother, a cold and emotionless woman The passing of the elderly woman leaves Malin cold, but it is the trigger that finally exposes a family secret, compromising Malin s father and pilingangst on the workaholic detective.As she fights her hunger for Tequila, Malin works flat out with the small local team of detectives to find the bomber, with initial lines of inquiry taking in the local Mosque and the Hell s Angels, and a search for members of the Economic Liberation Front, who are angry with the country s banks Eventually, the narrative twists in new,personal directions as we discoverabout the victims.Scandinavian writers such as Henning Mankell, Stieg Larsson and Arnaldur Indridason have alerted English readers to the wealth of Nordic noir, and while this novel isn t in quite that league, it is a decent thriller with a dark denouement Less satisfactory are the disembodied voices of the dead girls, and also of identified children who seem to be trapped somewhere, story strands that are distracting and slow the pace And six year old ghosts coming out with lines such as, Maybe this was an attack aimed at the SEB bank, the avaricious heart of the capitalist swine, jolt you out of the story An interesting subplot about the Security Police hampering the investigation of Malin and her colleagues is also abruptly dropped half way through the book.It is the character of Malin Fors that is the best thing in the novel Constantly on the verge of battering some suspect, sexually frustrated, struggling to reconnect with her teenage daughter, she is a compelling protagonist Kallentoft has written six books about her so far, and 10 are planned


  3. says:

    I ve gotta say D.I Malin Fors is one of the most tedious and irritating characters in crime fiction I ll read anything the back of the cereal box, sports reports on cricket which I know nothing about, a poem in the literary journal based on the Black Scholes equation used to play the stock market well, I tried to read it.But this, I couldn t stomach I can open the book anywhere and quote some of the worst writing I ve ever read I think it s called chewing the scenery in theatre Don t re I ve gotta say D.I Malin Fors is one of the most tedious and irritating characters in crime fiction I ll read anything the back of the cereal box, sports reports on cricket which I know nothing about, a poem in the literary journal based on the Black Scholes equation used to play the stock market well, I tried to read it.But this, I couldn t stomach I can open the book anywhere and quote some of the worst writing I ve ever read I think it s called chewing the scenery in theatre Don t read this


  4. says:

    I read the English translation of this and it was the second of his novels for me Very well written and absolutely absorbing the highlight was discovering the thoughts of the character Sven on the death of his mother my own feelings actually put into words, something that I had been unable to do for myself how liberating Now looking forward to consuming another one soon


  5. says:

    This novel is the third of what the author conceived as four books based on the seasons of the year Summer and Winter comprised the first two in the series, and now we have Spring The novels feature Malin Fors, an insecure but talented detective, who struggles with her past, mixed up relationships with her ex , her lovers, parents, and especially her 16 year old daughter On one level, the novels are basically a police procedural But the books are a lot heavier than that, filled with deep ins This novel is the third of what the author conceived as four books based on the seasons of the year Summer and Winter comprised the first two in the series, and now we have Spring The novels feature Malin Fors, an insecure but talented detective, who struggles with her past, mixed up relationships with her ex , her lovers, parents, and especially her 16 year old daughter On one level, the novels are basically a police procedural But the books are a lot heavier than that, filled with deep insights into Malin s personality and psyche, her alcoholism and drive.An explosion in the main square in front of a bank injures scores of persons, killing six year old twins and fatally injuring their mother Who was responsible The police begin investigating, without a single clue Was it Muslim terrorists Or protests against bankers and the financial system which led to an economic downturn Or some other wild scheme Than Malin intuitively comes up with another angle and she and her partner, Zeke, go off on their own Meanwhile Malin continues to confront her own personal demons her deep desire for a drink, her failed relationship with her parents, her need for a love of her own, and especially, her rapport with her daughter.The same criticism made by this reviewer on the previous novels applies to Spring It is too long and heavily written, although it is well written The author can certainly write and write and write Despite this observation, the book is recommended, and we look forward to Autumn


  6. says:

    You ask, Cataline, why I would like a book in spite of something bad happening to children Three reasons the author s victims have a kind of life after death as he imagines them talking to detective Malin Fors and imagines her feeling their presence the ending has many positive elements and the psychological details about the characters, including the detectives who appear in each episode of the series, are wonderfully varied and realistic Malin s personal challenges, involving her cold mot You ask, Cataline, why I would like a book in spite of something bad happening to children Three reasons the author s victims have a kind of life after death as he imagines them talking to detective Malin Fors and imagines her feeling their presence the ending has many positive elements and the psychological details about the characters, including the detectives who appear in each episode of the series, are wonderfully varied and realistic Malin s personal challenges, involving her cold mother and weak father, her independent teen daughter, her daughter s father, her mostly controlled addiction, and her love life, enrich a complicated plot In the story, the authorities run around like chickens with their heads cut off chasing the usual suspects when a lethal bomb goes off outside a bank in the middle of the Great Recession Is it anti capitalists Religious terrorists Something everyone is missing Things get complicated My one reservation is about a few tangents that didn t get pulled in at the end the unfriendly investigators from Sweden s version of the FBI, the heroin addict who did something to save his family, and how come the children s mother had information on some money she wasn t ever told about


  7. says:

    really enjoyed the lastest in the malin fors series and felt this one was the best so far and kept you thinking who had done the crime and what motives and also have the red herrings too and like the voices of the victims talking to malin in her head looking forward to the next in series once its been translated into English


  8. says:

    This book has been around since 2013 but I finally got around to reading it I was fully flummoxed by the story Mons kept you the story only as Malin was privy to each outlandish area of the twin girls murder, their stepmothers murder, and their stepfathers murder It was well written and I would give it four stars Well worth reading.


  9. says:

    Not quite sure about this one Malin, the main detective, is not a very sympathetic character The crime itself is quite interesting, but the part played by the children is very strange, as they speak with adult voices.


  10. says:

    I won a copy of the book on Goodreads The book was long and didn t move me in any particular way.


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