La luce naturale della morte
Publish date: February 2012
Pages no: 256
Edition language: Italian
Series: Cass Neary (#2)
This book was WAY too tame for me. I really hope that the powers that be aren't trying to pass this off as Nordic Noir because it wasn't really twisted at all. In fact, I thought it was way too mild. Although, the storyline had some twists to it, I didn't think it was a gory or violent read like I l...
The curse of the series: the book opens with condensed pockets of information mined more expansively in GenerationLoss. And then I found the new stuff just too much like the last album. I thought GL was great, and this may be a nice intro to her great character Cass Neary, and fans of series may ...
This is the sequel to Generation Loss, Hands first non fantasy book. Both books are concerned with the life and times of one Cass Neary, burnt out photographer, border line sociopath and yet struggling to pull her life together. Next to Cass, Lisbeth Salander comes off like Anne of Green Gables. I...
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