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Review: Huset mittemot
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Huset mittemot by Alex Haridi My rating: 4 of 5 stars I know, this book is for young adults. But you can also enjoy it if you are a bit (or a lot) older. The main character Joel is 13 years old and the book is mostly written from his perspective. It takes some time before the story really begins, but that is no...

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Review: Sanning med modifikation
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Sanning med modifikation by Sara Lövestam My rating: 4 of 5 stars Someone from Kungälvs library recommended this book to me and I was not disappointed. It is well written. I would not call it fast paced, but there is never a lull in the story, it is constantly engaging. You know from the start there is more to the main characters that the...

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Review: Stranger in a Strange Land
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Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein My rating: 3 of 5 stars I really enjoyed the first half of the book, where a Martian comes to Earth and everything is new to him. It is a unique perspective and the only other book that comes close is Foreigner (though the setting of that book is definitely not earth). The fact that...

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Review: Brobyggarna
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Review: Brobyggarna

Mar 17, 2016 by

Brobyggarna by Jan Guillou My rating: 4 of 5 stars I really liked this book. There is a lot of history in it, but done in such a way that it still is a very enjoyable novel. The characters are ok. The story is very interesting. I knew nothing about engineering in Norway or Afrika. Jan Guillou mixes the explanation of how things work...

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Review: The Republic of Thieves
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The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch My rating: 4 of 5 stars The endearing scoundrels Locke and Jean do it again! With their wit and pranks, they turn a city into turmoil and make you their accomplice. There is enough bull shit in this story to cover the complete earth. Or at least half of it. But you easily forgive them when they...

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