I was very hesitant about posting this review but in the same way I decided I would post bad reviews about products if they were disappointing, I was pretty certain I should do the same for books.
At the foot of the idyllic Kollen Mountain, in Norway, lies a small town. A five year old goes missing. She was last seen with the town’s recluse, Raymond, who has Down’s Syndrome. After a few hours, she returns home, unharmed, but claims to have seen a naked woman sleeping in the woods.
My first Jungstedt read after hearing incredible amounts of praise for her work. Fancy knowing what I thought of it?
Now, I realise this isn’t a Scandinavian author but bear with me. This was interesting for a number of reasons and I believe you’ll see why soon.
Remember I said I had Opinions about this book? With a big, bold, fat O? Well, here’s some of them.