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Some deep thoughts concerning antidepressants and their place in this world we inhabit arise from this book's subject matter. The settings in Denmark are interesting, and helped me to feel a little more exposed to the world at large, something I usually enjoy. Reading this book is well-worth the time and energy required, and I highly recommend it!
This was an ok read for me. The story doesn't pick-up until about 60 percent into it. Still I read thinking if Willow Rose recommended this something really exciting must happen at some point. That never happened. There is nothing about this book that makes it stand out above any other murder mystery that I have read. And, I have read many.
As a murder mystery, I understand that it takes time to unfold a police investigation and build characters. In this case, the characters are not fleshed out enough for me to care about any of them. Giving little information other than the characters credentials and years of experience or that they lost loved ones, etc., does not show personality and is no reason for me to like them. In the first half of the book the narrative is choppy and uninteresting. The transitions are confusing. There are several incidents when a scene changes and I thought It involved the same character(s) as in the previous scene because there is nothing initially indicating otherwise. Then a paragraph or so in I find its different character(s) involved. I think better editing would have helped eliminate this. The who-done-it is a bit of a surprise; however, the storyline is relatively predictable and lacks intensity and suspense. I'm disappointed as I had high hopes for this book.