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Sandmannen He S Sweden S Most Prolific Serial Killer.Jurek Walter Is Serving A Life Sentence Kept In Solitary Confinement, He Is Still Considered Extremely Dangerous By Psychiatric Staff.He Ll Lull You Into A Sense Of Calm.Mikael Knows Him As The Sandman Seven Years Ago, He Was Taken From His Bed Along With His Sister They Are Both Presumed Dead.He Has One Target Left.When Mikael Is Discovered On A Railway Line, Close To Death, The Hunt Begins For His Sister To Get To The Truth, Detective Inspector Joona Linna Will Need To Get Closer Than Ever To The Man Who Stripped Him Of A Family The Man Who Wants Linna Dead.


10 thoughts on “Sandmannen

  1. says:

    Unless you ve been living in a bunker for the past few months, you ve likely seen the hype surrounding Lars Kepler s novel The Sandman While this is technically the fourth book in the Joona Linna series, it s easily read as a standalone, and if you are going to break out of order I can t think of a better one to do so with than this The novel was released while I was in the middle of a major reading slump, so I was nervous to pick it up in the midst of my disappointment of many 2018 hyped books, which is why I waited so long to pick this up I ve also become EXTREMELY weary of the majorly marketed novels of late it seems my expectations are never in the right place and I always end up feeling underwhelmed, but that was not the case here While my expectations were high, there was not even the tiniest tinge of disappointment upon finishing this one yes, it s THAT good Mikael stands up in the darkness when the Sandman blows his terrible dust into the room He s learned that there s no point holding your breath when the Sandman wants the children to sleep, they fall asleep This boo...


  2. says:

    ENGLISH The Sandman ITALIANO It s late at night, gusts of snow come from the sea A boy is moving on a high railroad bridge, in the direction of Stockholm He has a colourless face, like a glass darkly his jeans are tough, with frozen blood His name is Mikael Kohler Frost He s been missing for 12 years, and he was pronounced dead 7 years ago It starts like a self respecting thriller should start with a bang The first time I encountered Lars Kepler s words was undoubtedly nice It is highly probable that the Nordic location positively affected my judgment This novel missed something to enter into the inner circle of my favorite thrillers, however it is a good thriller, which gives a wink to the charming creature created by Thomas Harris Hannibal Lecter.

    Vote 7,5

    E notte fonda, dal mare arrivano folate di neve Un ragazzo avanza sopra un alto ponte ferroviario in direzione di Stoccolma Ha il volto incolore, come vetro appannato I suoi jeans sono duri di sangue congelato Il suo nome Mikael Kohler Frost Risulta scomparso da dodici anni e da ...


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    I don t even know how to review I just don t All in all The Sandman was freaking awesome This book must have the shortest chapters EVER If you follow my reviews, I m known to comment that short chapters are the best chapters I m talking 1 2 pages in a chapter people, like, hell yes I have not read anything by Lars Kepler but after reading The Sandman I will definitely look into the Joona Linna series I would like to point out that each book can be read as a standalone I had no problem at anytime while reading this story The Sandman is dark, creepy as hell, and just down right disturbing So, of course I loved every minute of it I have this problem, you see if I can t finish a book with in a day or two I lose patience However, The Sandman did not disappoint and it took me 4 days FOUR days reading the same book A miracle Joona and his team race around the clock for a girl who has been missing for thirteen years Her brother was found walking along train tracks and wa...


  4. says:

    THE SANDMAN Joona Linna 4 Probably the scariest book I ve ever read Dark and twisted as the mind of the Sandman I looooooved it I was told The Hypnotist is the best book in Joona Linna series but they were wrong This is the best one Can t wait to read the 5th book of the ser...


  5. says:

    I m starting to think my interest in serial killers and books about them aren t really my thing any This book was okay So many characters Maybe had I read previous books in this series I d of understood who all these people were I ll be honest and say I stopped trying to figure out who was who because 1 I didn t care about anyone and 2 I just wanted to get to the end with out continually backtracking This book started off strong and I was intrigued but by the half way point I nearly gave up I decided to continue to the end but thought the ending was just meh People said this book was terrifying People said this book was creepy Terrifying No Creepy A couple of scenes are and thank goodness for that or as I said before this was nearly a DNF Surprisingly the Doctor was creepier to me than the serial killer Something about the writing style was off to me but that could be due to the translation Well, I can at least say I ve read a Lars Kepler book Wi...


  6. says:

    A good thriller with a panting rhythm.The chapters are very short and the writing is dynamic, perfectly rendering the icy atmosphere in which the characters evolve.The story is quite original, however the end leaves some shadowsA good reading time


  7. says:

    Jurek will do anything he can to escape, Joona says in a somber voice You cannot let that happen You re like a sister to me, Saga, but it would be better if you died than if he got out I usually cannot stand to read a book in the middle of a series without reading the prior novels first However, I made an exception with The Sandman and I m very happy with my choice Although this is the fourth in Kepler s series, in the US it is being released first I decided to go with it after reading reviews that said I d have no problem I am pleased to report they were right The Sandman can be read as a standalone Good luck, though Because I now need to read all of Kepler s other novels I ll be reading The Hypnotist in July.This book was dark and twisted and quite possibly, dare I say it, fucked up Damn, is it a great read There are some scenes that get graphic and violent I did find myself cringing at times, but that kind of thing doesn t bother me The chapters are short and keep the plot moving rather quickly Each chapter something happens to make it impossible not to read the next Trust me when I say this is a very fast paced book There are multiple perspectives giving us extra insight to everything I think I enjoyed Saga the most When Mikael Koh...


  8. says:

    Kepler has waited until the fourth book to pen what many Joona Linna fans have long waited for a case that flashes back into his past Linna stumbled across Jurek Walter one night, standing over a recently opened grave and staring down at a woman All this is summarised in THE FIRE WITNESS and its closing chapters When one of Walter s supposed victim s is found wandering along a train track, the hopes that others can be found raises hope With Walter incarcerated in a psychiatric prison, Linna must find a way to crack open and case and determine who is working with Walter, the accomplish named The Sandman Linna is already in Walter s crosshairs, so Saga Bauer, of the Security Police, is sent into the prison as an undercover officer, in hopes of helping Linna and the National Police find out where others might be kept Bauer s time in jail gives her a sadistic and up close look at Walter and his power of persuasion Even if she is able to slip inside his walled facade, whether she can do so in time is still in question Eerie and highly suspenseful, Kepler has saved the best for this novel, with an epilogue that will leave readers rushing out to get the next novel in the series.Kepler s mastering of the Linna character continues For those who have followed the series to this point, discovering what Linna has sacrificed comes to bear great importance on this novel Jurek Walter is Linna s ultimate foe and his crimes echo deeply within Linna s sou...


  9. says:

    3.0 Stars This is my first Lars Kepler book, but I wanted to read him after I heard he compared favorably to Jo Nesbo I will say that Kepler knows how to write in a style that keeps the plot moving The book is told from multiple narrative perspectives and tells the story of a very dangerous and diabolical serial killer named Jurek, who is in custody in a lockdown psychiatric facility after being sentenced for his role in a kidnapping torture case The officers responsible for his capture, Joona and Sam, are threatened by Jurek at his sentencing and told that their families will be killed and they will commit suicide as revenge for their role in his capture The book takes a while to build its foundation but takes off after one of Jurek s or unknown accomplice s victims reappears after several years in captivity The police then craft one of the worst plans in history in an effort to get information from Jurek about the whereabouts of the victim s sister they send an undercover officer into the psychiatric facility to try and pump Jurek for information the results as disastrous as you can imagine The fast pace and interesting plot cannot overcome the huge problems of credibility found throughout the book Jurek is an insane, evil killer yet inexplicably chooses not to kill a particular character 2 separate times when everyone else he comes into contact he vici...


  10. says:

    You can read this and all of my reviews at Lit Wit Wine Dine.Despite never having read Lars Kepler s previous novels, I had high hopes for The Sandman In the end, it simply didn t live up to my expectations That s not say it was all bad but the issues I had, which I hope I can articulate, were pretty weighty ones and really impacted my overall experience with the book.Perhaps one of the reasons that I was so disappointed is because this book had such potential I love a good serial killer thriller as much as anyone can Add a man found wandering in the freezing, snowy Swedish landscape who turns out to be a young boy kidnapped thirteen years ago and I m hooked Lars Kepler even takes it to the next level with a fair amount of gore and depravation The chapters are kept short and sweet It s definitely one of those just one chapter books The characters are straightforward with just the right amount of depth for Nordic Noir.So where did it all go wrong I found there to be a great deal of unrealistic unbelievable events Unfortunately, I can t come up with any direct examples that wouldn t include spoilers Some had to do with interactions or lack thereof between Jurek Walter and prison staff Others involved things ranging from improbable coincidences to highly unlikely medical scenarios I know s...