Las huellas imborrables has ratings and reviews. LENA said: Amazing book! Another favourite from Camilla Lackberg! I just cannot get enoug.. . Las huellas imborrables has ratings and reviews. Alex said: I’m not really sure why I’m still reading these, but I guess they’re predictably. Las huellas imborrables (EMBOLSILLO) | Camilla Läckberg, Carmen Montes Cano | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand .

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She takes the medal to a local expert in hopes of obtaining some information — but soon afterwards, he turns up dead. It has a dumbing down result that just kills any entertainment value for me.

I mean, it didn’t even cross their minds that it could’ve had something to do with themselves, let alone another baby So I was super excited for this one but it fell flat. Mientras tanto, Erika hace un sorprendente hallazgo: The incredible power of guilt and betrayal and the loss of a child.

It took me five and a half months to get through; one of the longest spans in which I’ve allowed myself to complete a book.

Las huellas imborrables

It was not lazy stereotypical beautiful blonde with blue eyes kinda thing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rachel After having read up to this one, I would advise reading in order.

Still, they are uncomfortably sexist sometimes, even though Lackberg seems to be making an effort to sort of drag that discussion into her story. Very effective and very chilling. So I was super excited for this one but it fell flat. It was seemed so extremely childish and that little bit in the epilogue was the worst.

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The back story on her mothers and friends life during WW2 was interesting but there should have been much more intrigue and less parts which came across as “fillers” I read many about ww two.

But this one had more to do with Erika’s mother, her background and why she was the way she was with her daughters. Only in Scandinavia would quite a large percentage of a police procedural be devoted to such matters. Unfortunately I think I am done with this series. I hope this book is just a blip on an otherwise enjoyable series. Was the original in as desperate need of editing, or is the translator responsible for the language that really needed to be tightened up?

I wish I had liked this more. That’s what I wish I would have done. Getting started on her next book today! El verano llega a su fin y la escritora Erica Falck vuelve al trabajo tras la baja de maternidad. Refresh and try again. Gosto imenso da escrita da Camilla. Seeing how much of the book I had left to read got to be discouraging after just having read the same information told by three separate characters.

This is not a clean novel- mild swearing with some violent scenes. Closer to a 2. Calm’s Point standing in for Brooklyn.

acmilla I will stick with them. I’ve read two books by this author and it’s only fair to say that she’s not for me. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Las huellas imborrables (Patrik Hedström, #5) by Camilla Läckberg (5 star ratings)

I got the following book of the series as a present. But within the pages is a painful revelation about Erica’s past. The history teacher she leaves the medal with is brutally murdered.


I had read earlier books in this series and remembered enjoying them. Rachel After having read up to this one, I would advise reading in order. Could what little knowledge she has be enough to endanger her husband and newborn baby?

Also, once the mystery was resolved the explanation was too long and drawn out. Have you ever hueolas a book or a series that you like but you know that it’s missing something?

It meant that they had very little beyond the surface for the first half of the book and blended into I was very much looking forward to this book but in the end completely disappointed by it. Other books in the series. Hufllas strength here is the characters and the weaving of two mysteries.

Won’t read her again. It’s every individual’s responsibility to find his own peace- you can’t expect any sort of retribution or believe it will be delivered some day One thin I can specifically point to is the beginning of a section or chapter without names, but simply “he opened the laptop” or “she continues reading,” so identifying which character camilpa intended to follow is easily muddled.