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Händelse i barndomen satt djupa spår i henne Historien gör sig påmind och frågan är vad som är sanning och vad som är lögn verklighet och fantasi Kan sägnerna om sjön Marans onda krafter stämma Finns det ett samband mellan försvinnandet och det som skedde den kvällen för många år sedan då Gretas pappa dog Och vad har egentligen hänt med Alex och Smill. I raced through the first part of this book and by the time I stopped listening I realized it had been 5 hours and I was 75% done I usually only listen to 2 hours maximum before I feel the need to take a break but I was so involved in the story I didn t even notice Unreliable narrators are one of my favorite story elements and Greta is unreliable in spades It s not clear what is going on or what Greta s exact issue is but it s obvious that she is not reacting to events like a normal rational person To tell you too much would spoil the story so I ll leave it at that I will note that there is some violence to animals and although we only see the aftermath it is disturbing I listened to the audio version and the narration was very good There were a few mispronounced words that I noticed but overall it was well done

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De försvunna

De försvunna är en gastkramande och oförutsägbar psykologisk spänningsroman av Caroline Eriksson där ingen är den man tror och ingenting är som det först verkarEn solig sensommarkväll tar Greta Alex och dottern Smilla båten från sommarstugan vid den mytomspunna sjön Maran och åker ut till ön Greta stannar kvar i båten medan de andra går iland De kommer i. This story is like spiraling down the rabbit hole I ll admit that for the first half of the book I really had no idea what was going on I couldn t figure out whether what I was reading was actually happening or was only happening within the mind of the character She from the beginning is portrayed as having psychological issues due to an abusive child hood home and a terrible incident which occurred during that time I ve read other reviews and have discovered that many people disliked this book claiming that it was too confusing I can understand that but for me that helped hook me into the story I NEEDED to know what was happening I wanted to see in what direction this author was going Through out the book there is an uneasy creepy feeling of dread You just know the twist is there but can t uite put your finger on it The ending ties it all up nicelyIf you are debating reading this book because of the reviews claiming that the writing is poor then I assure you that is not the case The writing is very good and I felt the story line was uite clever in the way it was delivered That being said violence rape and animal abuse are part of this story so if any of that is a trigger for you then you may want to pass this one by

Caroline Eriksson Û 4 Read

Nte tillbaka Förvirrad går även Greta iland hon ropar och letar men kan inte hitta Alex och Smilla någonstans Det mystiska försvinnandet och det febrila sökande som tar vid leder Greta steg för steg ner i en avgrund av förvirring och tilltagande mörkerDet står snart klart att Alex och Gretas relation präglats av destruktiva mönster Dessutom har en omvälvande. Greta her husband Alex and their daughter Smilla are all together in a boat rowing across a lake to a small island They are staying at a nearby cabin and taking an outing together Once they reach the shore Alex and Smilla decide to go investigate the island and walk away Greta stays behind in the boat Her husband and daughter never return She waitslooks for themthen rows back to the cabin looking for her cell phone They re gone No trace Greta isn t sure what to do She feels illtries to eatto sleep a littlethinks about calling the police Where are Alex and Smilla As she tries to piece her thoughts together the chilling truth about Greta and her life begin to take form I listened to the audio book version of this novel At nearly 7 hours long the audio is excellent uality Tanya Eby narrates Her voice is easily understood and she reads at a perfect pace I listened to the entire book even though at times I really wanted to DNF and move on to something else I think if I had been reading the print book I wouldn t have made it to the end For me the story is just too disjointed The strangeness and non linear story is central to the plot it s just how this tale works for its effect But I didn t like it The plot develops too slowly It took so long for hints about reality to really start coming that I lost interest The main character comes off as annoying rather than someone I might sympathize with or care about Her behavior and actions are just too odd The constant whining throwing up and strangeness is off putting I really struggled to get through this story Does that mean it s a bad book No It just means it isn t for me And it could also mean that the story lost something in translation to English I do understand that the story is about a woman s loss of reality and her rambling disjointed memories and understanding of her life and actions It just didn t work for me Too much rambling confusion and just bizarre weirdness from the main character not enough coherent story


10 thoughts on “De försvunna

  1. says:

    Three stars for an exceptional beginning that grabs you from anything else you wanted to do But unfortunately soon it becomes difficult to keep its promises It's not a mystery or a crime novel and it can't stand firmly as a psychological thriller

  2. says:

    This story is like spiraling down the rabbit hole I'll admit that for the first half of the book I really had no idea what was going on I couldn't figure out whether what I was reading was actually happening or was only happening within the

  3. says:

    This is pretty bad due to either the original writing or the translation? Don't know which It just screams amateur The story is poorly portrayed the MC is either an idiot or perhaps merely learning disabled in which case please tell us the readers The 'suspense' is all over the place one moment laid on with a trowel the next exemplified by a diving loon Silly Silly Silly A woman loses her child and her husband or lover on a smal

  4. says:

    Greta her husband Alex and their daughter Smilla are all together in a boat rowing across a lake to a small island They are staying at a nearby cabin and taking an outing together Once they reach the shore Alex and Smilla decide to go investigate the island and walk away Greta stays behind in the boat Her husband and daughter never return She waitslooks for themthen rows back to the cabin looking for her cell phone They're gone

  5. says:

    This book is a wild scary ride down a long hall filled with mirrored madnessGreta is a young Swedish wife vacationing with her handsome husband and adorable daughter They take a short afternoon boat ride to a nearby island Then Alex and little Smilla disappear over a hill and never return So Greta returns to the mainland and notifies the police right? No she returns to the mainland to retrieve her cellphone When her c

  6. says:

    This was one of the options for the Kindle First book this month On reading the synopsis it sounded like a psychological thriller that was right up my alley a woman goes to an island with her husband and young daughter The husband and daughter go exploring the woman stays in the boat the husband and daughter never return

  7. says:

    Lightning review at Smart Bitches Trashy BooksI’d really like to write a longer review of The Missing by Caroline Erikss

  8. says:

    I raced through the first part of this book and by the time I stopped listening I realized it had been 5 hours and I was 75% done I usually onl

  9. says:

    This one was hard for me to get into For being as short as it was it took me a long time to read I was pretty confused for the first half and then things started getting sorted out There was some graphic random? sexual abuse of some characters I also thought the whole teenage gang thing random The last 20% sort of tied it all up and created

  10. says:

    I downloaded this as a free book from The premise of the book had me intrigued even though it's not something that I would naturally have chosen It was a surprising page turner and was almost like a whodunit as I was constantly re evaluating the storyline and what I considered must have happened in the past Thoroughly recommend