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About my librarySo far, I've decided to do the books I've read this year--and maybe I'll include last year's, too. I've only been writing them down since 2006.

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Member sinceJul 17, 2008

Currently readingThe Seducer: A Novel by Jan Kjaerstad

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Hi again, just another comment or two. You might try her first book, Sunstorm (2. is Blood Split 3. The Black Path). This last book really is the weakest of the four. And it seems there was another incident of Rebecka dreaming about a dead person and getting an idea that way in a previous book (might have been her grandmother), but I remember it as an isolated incident. -- L
Hi Hairball, I saw your review of Until Thy Wrath be Past when I posted mine. I just wanted to tell you that this was the 4th book to be translated, and the 4th in the storyline. I have read the other 3, which are readily available, at least here in the states. I do share your general sense of "meh" with this book (I see we rated it the same...), which is not as good as her previous books. I absolutely hated the dead girl flitting about the story; it may kill the series for me. Too bad really because her use of animals and landscape is interesting and well done. Happy Reading, Lois
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