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The Hypnotist by Lars Kepler
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Feb 05, 2012

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bookshelves: mysteries
Read in February, 2012

I hated having to put this book down...there were several very interesting characters (Erik, Joona, Josef, Sixon), all deeply involved in disturbing situations. Kepler had several story lines going and I was often unsure how or if they were related. Some of the more intriguing story died out
well before the end of the book, having served their tangential purpose to the main plot line. If found this a little disappointing because I was eager to see how all these lines came together at the end. Quite a bit of violence...in fact the ubiquitous violence and strangeness painted a pretty unappealing picture of Stockholm. Nonetheless, an entertaining story. I will read more by the writing team Lars Kepler.

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