City of Light

  • Title: City of Light
  • Author: Kerstin Ekman Linda Schenck
  • ISBN: 9781870041546
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • City of Light Ann Marie is a middle aged woman returning from Portugal to the Swedish town in which she grew up in order to sell the old house she has inherited from her father Memories of the past are everywhere
    Ann Marie is a middle aged woman returning from Portugal to the Swedish town in which she grew up in order to sell the old house she has inherited from her father Memories of the past are everywhere, ensnaring her She ends up staying in the house, alone with her memories of her father, an idiosyncratic character whom only she truly understood She is also nervously awaitAnn Marie is a middle aged woman returning from Portugal to the Swedish town in which she grew up in order to sell the old house she has inherited from her father Memories of the past are everywhere, ensnaring her She ends up staying in the house, alone with her memories of her father, an idiosyncratic character whom only she truly understood She is also nervously awaiting the arrival of her daughter, and now realises that she has never really tried to understand her.

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    About Kerstin Ekman Linda Schenck


    1. Kerstin Lillemor Ekman is a Swedish novelist.She began her career with a string of successful detective novels among others De tre sm m starna The Three Little Masters and D dsklockan The Death Clock but later went on to persue psychological and social themes Among her later works are M rker och bl b rsris Darkness and Blueberries , set in northern Sweden, and H ndelser vid vatten translated as Blackwater , in which she returned to the form of the detective novel.Ekman was elected a member of the Swedish Academy in 1978, but left the Academy in 1989, together with Lars Gyllensten and Werner Aspenstr m, due to the debate following death threats posed to Salman Rushdie According to the rules of the Academy, however, she will remain a passive member for the entirety of her life.


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    1. Description: Ann-Marie is a middle-aged woman returning from Portugal to the Swedish town in which she grew up in order to sell the old house she has inherited from her father. Memories of the past are everywhere, ensnaring her. She ends up staying in the house, alone with her memories of her father, an idiosyncratic character whom only she truly understood. She is also nervously awaiting the arrival of her daughter, and now realises that she has never really tried to understand her.Opening: I a [...]

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    2. Slow. Depressing. No real action. Too depressing to actually read through. After 60 pages I just skimmed the rest, read a page here and there. Not very similar in style to the previous books, event though it follows the same characters. Would not recommend.

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    3. Made me thing rather strongly about never promised you a rose garden

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    4. Ties up loose ends and references many story lines from previous books. Struggled to finish this one.

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