READ Ð Tyskungen

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READ Ð Tyskungen è ❰KINDLE❯ ✿ Tyskungen Author Camilla Läckberg – Helpyouantib.co.uk Oorlogskind is het vijfde boek over politieagent Patrik Hedström en Erica Falck Dit keer draait het verhaal om Erica's moeder waarom heeft zij al die jaren een oude nazi medaille bewaard Met die vraa Oorlogskind is het vijfde boek over politieagent PaJk besluit ze de gepensioneerde geschiedenisleraar Erik Frankel te bezoeken een expert op het gebied van onderscheidingen Maar Frankel gedraagt zich vreemd en geeft ontwijkende antwoordenTwee maanden later is hij dood vermoord Erica is. I'm not really sure why I'm still reading these but I guess they're predictably enjoyable I'm always really into the mysteries and you pretty much know it's going to unfold really slowlyStill they are uncomfortably sexist sometimes even though Lackberg seems to be making an effort to sort of drag that discussion into her story But like Patrik will do things like go on an accidental two hour errand run while leaving the baby with Erica even though she's now working and he's on paternity leave and then Erica will be pissed at himbut then it's fine Like he doesn't really get it And eventually she's like Oh I overreacted Um excuse me you didn't overreact; you had a totally normal reaction of a person who is entitled to do work like a human without your husband who is supposed to be the main caretaker at this point suddenly giving you the kidLackberg sort of maybe wraps this up towards the end but it still doesn't FEEL that good to me These books are feminist y with a patriarchal twist and that's always been SUPER weird and conflicting to me I feel this way about most Scandinavian crime fiction though but that will definitely not stop me from reading the next one

READ ☆ HELPYOUANTIB.CO.UK Å Camilla Läckberg

Oorlogskind is het vijfde boek over politieagent Patrik Hedström en Erica Falck Dit keer draait het verhaal om Erica's moeder waarom heeft zij al die jaren een oude nazi medaille bewaard Met die vraag blijft Erica worstelen Uiteindeli. I felt that Lackberg walked a fine line with this one By putting Patrik at home instead of at the police station she made the book domestic than crime On the other hand she turned Erica into a temporary sleuth and successfully ran two separate mysteries until they became one It worked for meAs with all good series I have an attachment by now to all of the main characters and it is good to see them changing and developing Anna in particular has made huge progress and I loved the moment where she suddenly decided she had had enough Of course the biggest development is Mellburg the power of a new dog and a good woman I hope his future is as good as it seems at the momentAll good and I am looking forward to book 6

SUMMARY Tyskungen

TyskungenGeschokt Dan leest Erica de dagboeken van haar moeder en wordt onthuld waarom haar moeder nooit een band met haar dochters kon opbouwen en waarom ze veranderde van een lieve zachtaardige vrouw in de kille afstandelijke moeder die ze w. This just wasn't a very good bookSome parts of it were okay I didn't know that much about Sweden during the Second World War so that bit of the story line was interestingOne problem with a translated work is that it's hard to know where to assign blame for the book's faults regarding language Was the original in as desperate need of editing or is the translator responsible for the language that really needed to be tightened upBut many of the flaws in this book must be laid at the feet of the author First of all If the mother didn't want to have kids why in the world did she end up having two of them when she was almost 40 That makes absolutely no sense to meAnother huge problem is the insanely precocious daughter of the main couple in the series Having just reached her first birthday she's characterized very much as a toddler instead Her development is at least a year above what it's supposed to be and now that there are two babies on the way I think I might just give up on this series I already had to read two way too long birth scenes in this book; there's no way I can sit through two of them plus two precocious children characters