Camilla Läckberg, Jean Edith Camilla Läckberg Eriksson ( — vivente) , scrittrice svedese. Il predicatore; La principessa di ghiaccio. Il predicatore by Camilla Läckberg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Hot on the heels of her phenomenal American debut, The Ice Princess, Camilla Läckberg brings readers back to the quiet, isolated fishing village in Sweden.
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All in all, a good and enjoyable detective read. She’s depicted cailla a woman who can only attract or is attracted to hideous men who don’t respect her, or her children.
Then, another girl goes missing, and Patrik finds it i The Preacher starts with a six-year-old boy finds the body of a woman. So was it someone else back then? But, it was also, Johannes Hult, one of the preachers sons that was accused of kidnapping one of the women twenty years ago Then we find the cause for this, which I camjlla funny, but after that Mellberg kind of disappears and I was left wondering how did he solve his “little problem”.
Much more focus on Erica in her first novel.
Everything seems to point out to the Hults, family of religious fanatics and criminals, with an ongoing feud. Instagram Twitter Mi blog But, the main suspect is dead so it peedicatore be him. However, I am pretty sure I will continue reading the series of the Fjallbacka crimes. Mi ha inoltre emozionata e mi ha fatta sentire vicina ai personaggi, come fossero amici o conoscenti.
Characters frequently open letters or receive phone calls that change everything–and they tell us that it changes everything–but the reader doesn’t get to see the letters or hear the person on the other end of the phone delivering the bombshell.
Jun 19, Jenni Wiltz rated it did not like it. We have the same characters and a very good premise -a young woman is found dead and beneath her corpse, two other bodies from women that disappeared 30 years ago are found.
She seemed like part of the scenery. Only to understand that yet another cliffhanger may be coming in our direction. We have a burned-out, lazy, know-it-all detective as well as an alcoholic. This was the first of Camilla Lackberg’s novels I have had the pleasure to read.
Other books in the series.
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Even though there was some attempts of dirt-throwing into the readers’ eyes, some stuff was kind of obvious. It is a good story, but there are too many little things I desliked.
The writing itself relies heavily on helping verbs, adverbs, and adjectives I also didn’t like how Anna was relegated to a few pages, it seemed like the author just didn’t know what to do with her after her big drama in book one.
But the author develops him very well.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In fact, she is almost entirely sidelined. I found the premise of this book, which centered around a charlatan evangelical circuit preacher to be an intriguing one. For the first time it works but then… it just becomes a bit frustrating as it breaks the tension it has been building up and it becomes predictable.
Is it really necessary to have such a weak character? We don’t want to know camolla Patrik never imagined it, nor do we want to wait until that phone conversation comes up some pages further into the story. The lead detective has a lot going on at home with his wife pregnant with their first preducatore. These were young women who disappeared 30 years ago. Trama ben congegnata comunque, e connotazioni psicologiche dei personaggi ben delineate.
And I lckberg be very keen to give The Preacher 4 stars straightway, without much thought, if it weren’t for the things that annoyed me most while reading.
Het is eigenlijk heel simpel, recht toe recht aan. Apr 15, Phrynne rated it really liked it.
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I prefer to have everything necessary to the final understanding of the plot emerge from the story, rather than have the omniscient narrator come up with a camillw of extra, missing material right at the end of the book. This seems unfair–if the suspense requires elements of the plot to be hidden, keep them hidden from the characters, too. Could it be that the same killer is starting again?
I also didn’t like how Anna was relegated to a few pages, it seemed like the author just didn’t know what to do with her after her big drama This is a follow up to the Ice Princess. Anna, Erica’s young sister, also features, and we get to know that she still hasn’t learned how to choose a good man for her and her kids. Even though it allows the reader to understand some events of the past, at the same time it felt weird and I can’t say it was the perfect ending.
It is at once camlla clever and less likely than its predecessor. Anna’s problems prwdicatore also something that disappointed me. We are treated to a tightly-knit, plausible and complex plot.