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Lars Kepler returns with an internationally bestselling follow up to the wildly successful debut thriller The Hypnotist. He knows your darkest dreams. Then he makes them come true. After spellbinding audiences in The Hypnotist, Detective Inspector Joona Linna is back in The Nightmare, which has already sold 190,000 copies in Sweden just one week after publication. On a sumLars Kepler returns with an internationally bestselling follow up to the wildly successful debut thriller The Hypnotist. He knows your darkest dreams. Then he makes them come true. After spellbinding audiences in The Hypnotist, Detective Inspector Joona Linna is back in The Nightmare, which has already sold 190,000 copies in Sweden just one week after publication. On a summer night, police recover the body of a young woman from an abandoned pleasure boat drifting around the Stockholm archipelago. Her lungs are filled with brackish water, and the forensics team is sure that she drowned. Why, then, is the pleasure boat still afloat, and why are there no traces of water on her clothes or body? The next day, a man turns up dead in his state apartment in Stockholm, hanging from a lamphook in the ceiling. All signs point to suicide, but the room has a high ceiling, and there's not a single piece of furniture around -- nothing to climb on.b Joona Linna begins to piece together the two mysteries, but the logistics are a mere prelude to a dizzying and dangerous course of events. At its core, the most frightening aspect of The Nightmare isn't its gruesome crimes -- it's the dark psychology of its characters, who show us how blind we are to our own motives....

Title : The Nightmare
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ISBN : 9780771095887
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 500 Pages
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The Nightmare Reviews

  • Lalaluya
    2018-10-03 02:10

    This is a message regarding Stef's review, which sadly is the first review and has five likes. Firstly, Penelope (the girl in the first 21, not 30, pages) is not the protagonist, that point of view was merely to give an insight on the character, character depth if you will. If Stef had continued reading she would've realised that Joona Linna was the actual protagonist. Secondly it is quite disparaging how she gives it one star because of merely twenty one pages in comparison to the whole book, a nice and even 500. Lastly, if she had bothered to read the info flap or the info blurb on the back, she would've realised that Joona Linna--once again-- is the main character, not Penelope. For those who are in a mid crossing, wondering if they should read this book or not, yes it is true that Joona Linna doesn't appear until page 28 (along with Penelope, there are other people's pov's too), but it is like that for a reason. A novel before publication has been read over at least 50 times, there are reasons for pov's being stuck at the front or what not. In this case the novel doesn't begin in Linna's pov because it is supposed to give an idea, some background knowledge on some of the important characters of the novel, an introduction, as a beginning should be. The novel quickly picks up and continues along at a fast pace from then on out. There will be parts where you wonder to yourself, "Is this really of any relevance to the plot what so ever?" Then you read on and, as every better-than-good novel should be, the mystery unravels and you understand as to why things were the way they were. Point is: read the blurbs, give the story a chance, have faith and continue, etc.

  • Vaso
    2018-09-25 08:14

    Πάει καιρός από όταν διάβασα τον Υπνωτιστή και είχα σχεδόν ξεχάσει τη γραφή του Lars Kepler. Το συμβόλαιο του Παγκανίνι, ξεκινάει γρήγορα, με αρκετούς εμπλεκόμενους, είτε πρόσωπα είτε δολοφονίες, που σε κρατά σε εγρήγορση καθόλη τη διάρκεια της ανάγνωσης. Από τη στιγμή που ανακαλύπτεται το πτώμα της Βιόλας, μαθαίνουμε για την αυτοκτονία του Παλμκρόνα και στη συνέχεια παρακολουθούμε με κομμένη την ανάσα,την προσπάθεια της Πενέλοπε να αποφύγει το διώκτη της και να παραμείνει ζωντανή. Νέα πρόσωπα, φαινομενικά άσχετα εμπλέκονται σταδιακά στην ιστορία και το κουβάρι περιπλέκεται ακόμη περισσότερο. Ο καταιγιστικός ρυθμός κρατάει το ενδιαφέρον αμείωτο. Το συστήνω ανεπιφύλακτα!!!!

  • Luís C.
    2018-09-29 07:49

    We do not let go of the book easily even if the track is long and where the main characters come out incredibly. The plot is sufficiently conducted not to know what the reasons are and which is at the origin of all these murders.The murders are strange, and disrupt more than one policeman except Inspector Joona Linna who quickly understands that he is not dealing with a criminal. We find ourselves caught up in an important political traffic.

  • Carol
    2018-10-06 04:48

    This 500 page book could have been at least 200 pages shorter. The main story about people involved in arms deals, was surrounded by several unnecessary side stories. I enjoyed the previous Lars Keplar book, The Hypnotist. This one was difficult to get into and a disappointment.

  • Morana Mazor
    2018-09-24 07:51

    Prvo Hipnotizer, pa sad ovo...Kepler (tj. bračni par Ahndoril) definitivno zauzima visoko mjesto na mojoj listi pisaca trilera. Odlična priča, ovaj puta ulazi u sam vrh švedske politike (izvoz oružja), napeta radnja; zaista s iščekivanjem okrećeš stranice i pratiš razvoj događaja... I još jedan (potpuno subjektivan) detalj zbog kojeg mi je ova knjiga izvrsna, je to što se tijekom cijele knjige provlači muzika, a od muzike najčešće, moj omiljeni David Bowie ... Tako da sam nekoliko puta, tijekom, čitanja, imala muzičku pratnju budući da se navode stihovi određenih,a meni jako dragih, pjesama koje, jedan od likova, sluša tijekom nekih događanja.. E s tim su me osvojili do kraja! Bravo!!

  • Cat
    2018-10-21 09:09

    Afinal não tardou muito para que voltasse Lars Kepler e ao seu Joona Linna. E ainda o li em dois dias...Ainda não posso dizer que Linna tenha conseguido garantir um lugar no meu coração, ao contrário de umas quantas personagens femininas que o rodeiam, mas admito que me agrada sempre o livro que se leia bem, que não seja chato.E 'chato' não é um adjetivo que se aplique a este livro, carregado de cenas de acção. Ao contrário d'O Hipnotista, que tinha umas partes um bocado arrastadas, n'O Executor não há partes passíveis de serem consideradas aborrecidas.A história começa com um homicídio e um aparente suicídio, ambos bem intrigantes, e desenrola-se para uma trama carregada de acção, como escrevi anteriormente, que envolve tráfico de armas para países africanos, corrupção e Paganini.Não achei este livro tão negro como o anterior, embora tenha cenas muito violentas, descritas com elevado pormenor. Continua ali a roçar o macabro, com os maus a serem mesmo maus, mas, talvez por ter temas diferentes dos do primeiro livro, não me tenha parecido tão assustador. (Atenção, que isto foi só o que eu achei. Outra pessoa poderá achar este livro mais assustador.)No entanto, apesar de me ter parecido ligeiramente melhor que o anterior, Lars Kepler e o seu comissário não me conseguem convencer na totalidade. Para começar, o que é que Linna tem de tão especial? O homem é do mais teimoso que há, quer sempre levar a dele avante, chega a ser irritante. E é verdade que ele acerta praticamente sempre, mas isso também acaba por irritar. Joona Linna ganharia mais simpatia da minha parte se os autores não pretendessem que ele fosse perfeito. Porque não é. Assim, só ganha alguns pontos simpáticos da minha parte porque o homem sofre de enxaquecas e eu já passei por momentos desagradáveis à conta dessas dores de cabeça do demónio. Além disso, Linna toma Topiramato, medicamento que eu própria tomei durante uma fase em que a mais pequena coisa me provocava enxaquecas.Depois, gostava que alguém me explicasse o que raios se passa com os diálogos nestes livros? São o pavor. Parece-me que falta ali qualquer coisa, que as personagens disseram algo que não aparece, já que muitas respostas em conversas entre as diversas personagens parecem cair do céu, são abruptas e fazem com que a conversa fique sem muito sentido. Personagens a gritar, passadas da cabeça, sem motivo aparente, também fazem a sua aparição (Saga Bauer, esta é para ti). Pensamos sempre que os suecos devem ser umas pessoas muito calmas e compostas; nos livros de Lars Kepler o único calmo e composto é mesmo o comissário Joona Linna. De resto é tudo uma cambada de stressados com os quais não consigo sentir qualquer tipo de ligação.Enfim, já sei que brevemente irei ler o próximo desta série (já o tenho cá em casa; quem me empresta estes livros é a minha mãe) e espero que comecem as explicações das indicações ao passado de Linna que aparecem no final do livro. Confesso que me deixaram intrigada.

  • kenzimone
    2018-10-05 06:55

    I made it approximately thirty pages into this one, and I just... can't. I can't read any more.The whole thing reads like a mediocre self-insert fanfiction, and the protagonist is the most hateful one I've ever come across; the first chapter describes a televised debate between a peace activist and a weapons manufacturer, with the manufacturer pwning the activist quite severely, and I was really amused until horrendous realization began to dawn and I understood exactly which one of the two was the main character. ...Let's just say I was rooting for the 'wrong' team.Normally this wouldn't be a problem, seeing as I'm the kind of person who cheers on the Dark Side in just about everything (why are villains so much more layered?), but this MC is so self righteous and one dimensional that she makes me want to kill myself.There should be a giant warning label on the cover - 'Warning: Mary Sue peace activist protagonist' or something - because if I'd known that I would never have bothered picking the book up.

  • RavenclawReadingRoom
    2018-09-23 08:57

    I've seen this book sitting on the shelf at work over the course of the past year, and every time I've seen it, I've thought "..........why does a high school library have a book that looks that creepy?" So when I noticed it AGAIN this past week, I figured I should probably read it and decide whether or not it's something that we need in the collection. I had pretty high hopes going into this one. I'm in the mood for thrillers, and Scandinavian crime novels usually deliver. But there was just something about the writing style here that felt...incredibly stilted? The chapters are often quite short. The dialogue is abrupt. There are too many perspectives and by the end of the book, I STILL had no idea who half the characters were. The main character is almost always referred to by his first name and his surname, and that just seemed weird to me?? Like, sure, call him Joona Linna when he's introducing himself. But to then have the character he's talking to say "So, Joona Linna, what do you think happened here? Joona Linna, we need to call an ambulance. Joona Linna, do you think your Finnish background will help you solve the case?" was just...bizarre. That said, any of the sections that dealt with people on the run from the hitman were...surprisingly action packed and compelling. It was just the police investigation side of things that was a let down.

  • Laura
    2018-10-06 05:51

    MUCH better than the first book! The plot was linear and cohesive; you felt like you were in the same story from the beginning to end. The addition of Saga Bauer is a great character, and there were some open-ended things (like did Peter not re-load the gun on purpose?)that left you hanging and wondering about the balance of things at the end of the book. The chapters are short and tight and this is a good thriller.The downside for me is still that Joona Linna isn't that interesting a character. We are introduced to some kind of medical problem he has (headaches?), though the authors are vague. And the relationship between him and Disa, which wasn't very compelling anyway, has somehow disintegrated between the first novel and the second, but we're not really told why. While I'm curious about what she has to tell them, it's too long an arc to hold my interest and I really can't see what Disa and Joona would have been doing together to begin with.Based on this, I will tune in for the 3rd installment.

  • Nuno Meireles
    2018-10-23 02:48

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  • Richard
    2018-10-03 02:15

    This is the second book in a developing series based around hard hitting cop Joona Linna. Basically it is one long thrilling experience from the first page. Reminiscent of a James Bond movie this is a novel on a really large scale with not a page wasted as this writing duo take you on a journey of threat, brutal chases and hand to hand conflict. It has action throughout balanced by involved characterisation. It is a mystery you will enjoy reading and a story that will captivate you based around shady business practices and ultimate power. Brilliant set pieces, chases, stake-outs, manhunts and a dramatic climax at sea interwoven by tight dialogue and interspersed with people you care about.I like the story construction although basically linear and in chronological order it is enhanced with back story and memories, that never loses focus. The plot isn't straight forward and spoon fed to the reader but engages you completely and in no time at all you are half way through the book.The real joy about finishing this novel is that book 3 is available and Joona Linna is such a complex character that I long to read and learn more and the journey has only just begun.

  • Mohikanos
    2018-09-24 07:56

    Καλογραμμένο αστυνομικό μυθιστόρημα, με σφιχτή δομή, το οποίο εστιάζει στον βρώμικο (υπο)κοσμο της (νόμιμης ή παράνομης) πώλησης όπλων, κυρίως σε χώρες που βρίσκονται σε εμπόλεμη κατάσταση, όπου ξεδιπλώνεται το διπλό και ύπουλο παιχνίδι που παίζεται στις πλάτες αθώων ανθρώπων και άμαχου πληθυσμού.Εντούτοις το βιβλίο δεν περιέχει στοιχεία ψυχολογικού θρίλερ οπως ο "Υπνωτιστής", ούτε το σασπένς και την αγωνία του, ούτε όμως και την κορύφωση στο τέλος του, στοιχεία που - κατά την άποψή μου - δεν επιτρέπουν στο βιβλίο να εκτοξευτεί.Καλό, αλλά σίγουρα περίμενα πολλά περισσότερα...(6/10)

  • Christa
    2018-10-23 08:01

    No where near as good as The Hypnotist. Disappointing. :(

  • Rita
    2018-09-26 06:59

    Estou triste e ao mesmo tempo chateada com esta dupla de escritores.Passei de umas magníficas 5 estrelas do primeiro livro, O Hipnotista, para 2 estrelas com este segundo livro. Fiquei desiludida.Os capítulos mais interessantes envolvem a fuga de duas personagens numa ilha do arquipélado de Estocolmo. São realmente de tirar o fôlego e senti que vivi aqueles momentos de pânico com ambos. O problema é que estes capítulos e esta sensação que me fizeram sentir, duraram pouco.A história não me deixou cativada ao longo do livro. O suspense não foi suficiente. As personagens não me cativaram. O fim foi abrupto. A resolução do caso simples.Esperava muito mais.Tenho ainda a dizer que a tradução do livro é PÉSSIMA. Desde erros no português a erros no nome da própria personagem principal. Inadmissível.

  • Tereeeza
    2018-10-06 02:46

    Jsem na rozpacích, už u Hypnotizéra jsem byla.. Autoři píší čtivě, to bez debat, za mě ale nějak pokulhává děj a to se snažím nesrovnávat s ostatním severem. Joona Linna je sympaťák, mám pro tyhle detektivy nějak slabost, jen mě v prvním díle zklamalo, kam se ubíral děj a tady mě celkově nějak nevtáhnul a do dalších dílů mě láká hlavně ta detektivova linka, o čem se to tam na konci mluvilo a o čem poměrně často dumal.Ale jako odpočinková četba to svůj účel splňuje, jen čekám, že mě to víc odzbrojí, takže zatím průměr a uvidíme dál.

  • Lisa
    2018-10-01 06:50

    This was my first read of Lars Kepler the husband & wife team set in Sweden i enjoyed it at the beginning but toward the end was a little drawn out had unnecessary dialogue which could have been settled in half the book, but that is just my opinion.I enjoyed the character of Joona Linna thought he was strong & did his job well i have the Hypnotist on my kindle just hope that one is not as dragged out at this one was.

  • Rita
    2018-09-27 07:50

    4,5 em breve farei opinião no canal ^^

  • Matt
    2018-10-21 08:12

    Kepler returns with another sadistic thriller, placing Detective Inspector Joona Linna in a place of greater prominence. What do a woman found drowned on the dock of a pleasure ship left adrift and a man left hanging in his barren apartment have in common? Leave it to Linna to find the link and vow to bring the killer(s) to justice. Working with the rest of the National Criminal Investigation Division, Linna links his investigation with Saga Bauer from the Säpo's Security division (presumably part of the Swedish police hierarchy) as they try to track down the killer and determine who else might be in danger. Through much investigation and some trying analysis, Linna and Bauer piece together that a photograph might be behind both deaths. Someone is working to ensure the backstory behind it does not become public, using a hit-man to exact revenge, taking police officers down in numerous bloodbaths. What secrets does this photograph hold and how are those depicted therein facing the possibility of their worst nightmare coming true? Kepler pulls the reader into this story, complete with political and social undertones, sure to keep the pages turning well into the night.After Kepler's debut novel, I was not sure what role Joona Linna would play in the series. He played but a strong secondary role in THE HYPNOTIST, but has moved to the forefront, with a more dominant role in this story. While Kepler does keep Linna as a central character, the story develops a second character's backstory in a thorough and compelling manner, as was the case in the series' opening book. Kepler also introduces some wonderful background story for Linna that fleshes out his character, specifically his migraine issue and continually strained relationship with his girlfriend, Disa. Will these recur in subsequent novels and how might Kepler spin them effectively into the larger story? Attentive and eager readers will have to tune in and hope that the thrills and continued backstory return. Kudos, Lars Kepler for another thriller that drips with suspense, drama, and a portion of criminal intrigue.

  • Toni Osborne
    2018-09-26 05:01

    Book 2, in the Detective Inspector Joona Linna seriesThis is another nail-biting mystery with chase after chase and tense situation that keeps coming at every pages or so. This second complex installment looks into two bizarre deaths, one being of Carl Palmcrona, the general director of the National inspectorate of Strategic Products overseeing military exports found hanged at his home and the other of Penelope Fernandez found dead on a drifting boat. And voilà, Linna detective extraordinaire is on the scene and after one look he knows what happened. He delves into the cases and crosses paths with a professional killer and a sadistic businessman involved in a scheme with horrific international consequences. During the 500 pages we have countess red-herring and exceptionally nasty criminal behavior. The mystery weaves an intricate web of motives and manipulation as its action escalates into pulse-pounding rescue missions and reveals a trail of corruption linking the wealthiest and most connected families in Europe to vicious war crimes in Sudan.I liked this clever piece of fiction even with some of the foul language and sexual references and its weird and long cast characters. I am looking forward to the sequel “The Fire Witness”.

  • Monika Zbínová
    2018-10-01 03:53

    Mne ten Joona Lina skrátka nesedí. Dala som 4 hviezdy, ale za celkový dojem, bavilo ma to čítať. Detektívne série založené na hlavnej postave poznám ale aj lepšie. Okolo Keplera je skrátka „veľa kriku pre nič“.

  • Margarida Miranda
    2018-10-03 07:49

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  • Tempo de Ler
    2018-09-30 09:15

    Depois de ler O Hipnotista, O Executor entrou imediatamente na minha lista de livros a ler! Continuamos a acompanhar o comissário da polícia Joona Linna nas suas investigações, desta vez, depois de uma abertura cheia de suspense não só com um homicídio mas também com um misterioso suicídio.Joona Linna vê-se então numa luta contra o tempo para encontrar a militante pacifista Penélope, perseguida por um assassino profissional muito hábil, minucioso e metódico quando percebe que o problema é, na realidade, bem mais grave e que o estatuto das entidades envolvidas é bem mais alto… pessoas poderosas que não se importam com os direitos humanos e contornam, sem qualquer escrúpulo, leis internacionais para levar a cabo tráfico ilícito de armas.Acabei por gostar deste enredo, embora não me tenha sentido particularmente empolgada com o conteúdo base do livro - os objectivos dos elementos criminosos e respectivas acções. Apreciei, no entanto, a capacidade do(s) autor(es) para escrever cenas de acção altamente enervantes, alternando-as com a investigação policial. Joona Linna guia-se bastante pelo instinto, tornando as suas linhas de raciocínio interessantes… apesar da sua vida pessoal ser pouco explorada, é muito fácil simpatizar com o personagem. Há, no entanto, algumas outras personagens bastante ‘estranhas’, com atitudes confusas e, portanto, pouco realistas. Ainda assim, o meu maior aborrecimento com este livro foi o exagerado número de vezes que nos é dado um ponto de situação. Além de ser inútil, já que esta é uma investigação muito fácil de acompanhar, acaba por quebrar o ritmo da leitura.Gostei muito mais de ler O Hipnotista, mas acho O Executor um razoável trabalho de sucessão… e, claro, mal posso esperar para ler A Vidente!

  • Jo
    2018-10-21 07:14

    I passed on reading the first book in this series when it appeared because there was a large pair of bloody scissors on the cover. Even though this one features a knife, I decided to plunge in. The detective, Joona Linna, a Finn living in Sweden (and male) is a fun character.Reviews of this book describe is as "noir" and I suppose it is a bit. As of now, I have gone back to read "The Hypnotist", scissors and all, as well as the third book in the series, "The Fire Witness". (Bloody hammer on the cover of that one.)The murders are bloody but oddly not that disturbing. They're described clinically and from the point of view of a detective or crime scene examiner. I found myself wondering if the translation from Swedish to English had anything to do with this - most of the Swedish murder mysteries I've read have an overall feeling of calm even when all is obviously not well.Lars Kepler is a pseudonym for a couple. I couldn't find their real names anywhere in the books, but there is a photo in the book jacket. That couple looks so svelte, though, I found myself wondering if those were really the authors or maybe just models hired to play the part.Goodreads says that Lars Kepler is the pseudonym for Swedish writer couple Alexander Ahndoril and Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril and includes a photo of them looking more human. Apparently they just clean up really well.These books are fun reads and hard to put down. I'm looking forward to the fourth book which is called "The Sandman" if that's the English translation of "Sandmannen".Highly recommended.

  • Debbie
    2018-10-07 01:58

    What a great book! I loved it every bit as much as The Hypnotist, and now I completely understand why it was on the Good Reads "Best of 2011" list.Lars Kepler does a fantastic job of weaving an intricate web of suspense, intrigue, danger, and precarious circumstances to make even the most casual reader want to sit down and read this book in one sitting.Every one of the characters is fully fleshed out, and the book reads like a miniseries would look. You see them, walk with them, and can use all of your senses to become immersed in the world that the book takes place in.At the current time, I can think of no other author (Lars is actually the pen name of a couple in Sweden) who can reel me in quicker to get to - and through - a book. I only wish there were more Kepler books translated and available in English at the moment!One of the reviewer comments on the back of the book refers to two different camps of Swedish mystery writing - one for Larsson and one for Kepler. He is in the Kepler camp, and firmly, so am I!The only thing I would encourage is for you to wait and pick up the book when you have the time to devote to it... The Nightmare will beckon to you from your sleep because you just have to find out what happens!

  • Neide Parafitas
    2018-10-14 03:56

    Neste segundo livro da dupla Lars Kepler são-nos apresentados logo no início da trama dois homicídios: Um de uma mulher que aparece morta numa embarcação e que apesar de ter o corpo seco, tem os pulmões cheios de água; e outro de um director-geral de Armamento e Infraestruturas de Defesa da Suécia em que o enforcamento parece ter sido a causa da sua morte.A questão que se coloca é se estas mortes estarão relacionadas! A polícia não crê que possa haver qualquer relação entre elas, contudo isso não seria de surpreender para o comissário Joona Lima, para quem o suicídio não é uma hipótese.Gostei bastante deste livro, no entanto ficou aquém das minhas expectativas, que já eram de si altas, dado o facto de ter adorado o primeiro livro "O Hipnotista". Apesar disso, recomendo a sua leitura.

  • Amy Rhodes
    2018-10-03 03:51

    This new one by the author of The Hypnotist features the same detectives but I confess that while I remember liking The Hypnotist a lot, the characters did not stick in my mind. They might now as they are very well-developed here, and likeable. This is a big fat thriller with a complicated plot that holds together impressively, with many interconnected characters that are all sufficiently well-developed that you don't mix them up---not a small accomplishment! The more I think about the intricate yet logical storyline, the more impressed I am. PS: Not being published until July.

  • Marlene
    2018-10-06 07:48

    I welcomed the authors' effort to try to capture the dark side of Swedish arms trade. Sadly I was distracted by all of the misinformation throughout the book. With all of the information out there on Darfur, it was disappointing that the bits on Sudan were poorly researched. I would have preferred if the authors had instead used a fictitious country. The misinformation was so distracting that I had difficulty enjoying the book.

  • Lucie
    2018-09-28 05:13

    Das Buch war wieder einmal so genial!

  • Cláudia Santos
    2018-10-20 03:55

    Muito bom. Um livro com suspense, bem escrito e bem estruturado. Um dos aspetos que mais me marcou foi como os autores conseguiram variar a forma de suspense. Pela primeira vez, consegui sentir as ânsias de medo através de um livro. A agitação que senti ao ler a perseguição inicial marcou-se porque até agora só o tinha conseguido pelos filmes. Impressionou-me! Depois o suspense, não tanto de medo mas de expectativa. E também aqui foram muito bons no efeito que produziram.Estranhei algumas partes, reflexões sobre as motivações e emoções dos personagens, que não esperava serem tão aprofundadas. Talvez se justifique pela temática do "meu pior pesadelo", mas mesmo assim, parece-me que podia ser reduzido e com isso o livro seria ainda mais rico.O fim, bem pareceu-me um pouco rápido de mais e pouco explicado. Estava à espera de uma maior complexidade...fiquei assim "ora esta!!", tudo muito denso, muito intrincado e depois abre-se a porta e, pronto, já está. Não obstante estes dois aspectos, o livro é excelente e merece ser lido.

  • Montaña
    2018-10-18 08:45

    Es entretenido pero la verdad es que esperaba otra cosa.Aunque se lee muy rápido ya que sus capítulos son cortos.No creo que vuelva a repetir