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Lukuvinkkejä: kauhu / What to Read: Horror

Lukuviikon 17. – 23.4.2017 kirjavinkkaus-sarja blogissa jatkuu! Tsekkaa edelliset osat täältä: tieto, scifi ja fantasia. Jokaisessa postauksessa siis suositellaan kolmea kirjaa, joka päivä eri genrestä/tyylistä. 372 more words

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Vampiric Reads: Where to Start

I love vampires. That’s become a taboo thing to admit, with vampires now considered more romantic figures than frightening ones. But it’s true, and I can’t deny it. 722 more words

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Déjame Entrar de John Ajvide Lindqvist

Libro: Déjame Entrar
Autor: John Ajvide Lindqvist
Género: Novela, Terror
Para leer: Febrero 2017
Sesión de comentario presencial: Viernes 3 de Marzo
Sesión de comentario virtual: A partir del lunes 6 de Marzo… 136 more words
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Book Review: Let Me In

Title:  Let Me In

Author:  John Ajvide Lindqvist, translated by Ebba Segerberg

Genres:  Horror, Supernatural, (Romance)

Trigger Warnings:  Pedophilia, gore, near on-screen rape, and animal violence… 1,683 more words

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NEW: Book Haul

It’s that time of the month. The first week of January has passed, and the books I ordered have started to arrive in the mail. This month, the selection is pretty thin because my bank account is still reeling from Christmas, but these are some pretty promising picks. 740 more words

Grimdark Norse Masterpiece

John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel Let the Right One In (or Let Me In in America) is a grim masterpiece of urban fantasy every bit as interesting for its postmodern socialist subtext as it is for a stark romance of relational seduction to evil.   701 more words

Urban Fantasy

Let the old dreams die * John Ajvide Lindqvist

How do you recognize a great love?

When I saw this book on the Library sale I squeaked with excitement as I haven’t read anything from John Ajvide Lindqvist in more than 6 months and I am proud to declare myself a fan (on top of the known 17 who showed up at his signing show) and promptly bought the book not knowing what to expect from such a raw writer.

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