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"So honest about emotions, especially in a story filled with action"
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Another beautifully crafted evocative tale from the master Swedish storyteller Henning Mankell. Although it is considered to be part of a series, it's a great stand-alone book you... Read morePublished 10 months ago by LAStout
I usually don't read novels for young adults, but I figured since Henning Mankell was the author I'd give a read. I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by john k. west
All markets books are good good ocd now I'd like to read this book I hate doing REQUIRED really reallyPublished 12 months ago by J. ASKER
This is the story of a boy coming to age as he turns fourteen as he enters puberty. It is very well done but more suitable for adults than fourteen year olds.Published 15 months ago by Big Daddy Z. Top
Being a Henning Mankell fan there is nothing but high praise for the way his books grab your interest on the first page and
then pull you through until the last. Read more
I am not into Mankell as yet. My friend recommend him. I read all Nesbo's book and maybe I must read more of mankell. The book did not grab me!Published 19 months ago by Susan Malan
a really touching coming of age novel from a very talented author. The child, Joel, is treated with perception and respect from ManningPublished 21 months ago by Dorothy Garrabrant
You have to read all four of the novellas in this enchanting series by Henning Mankell. You'll fall for Joe Gustafson as he tries to understand the adult world he is about to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Arthur R. Stees