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geweldig grappig en spannend boek ( )
  maartenbartels | Jan 24, 2016 |
Als De lachende eland niet door een Vlaming geschreven is, dan is Sten Treland tijdens zijn verblijf in Antwerpen wel héél erg sterk besmet geraakt door de Vlaamse thrillermicrobe. Een scène met twee Poolse zware mannen is van het platte soort dat hier in Vlaanderen uit menige pen had kunnen komen. In de vele Noren en Zweden die ik las zou de scène evenwel slaan als een tang op een varken. De lachende eland is geschreven met vaart en humor. Maar dit afdoen als de nieuwe Noorse ontdekking: dat ruikt naar lezersbedrog.
Volledige bespreking via http://wraakvandedodo.blogspot.be/2013/11/sten-treland-de-lachende-eland.html ( )
  jebronse | Nov 21, 2013 |
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