You need clues. You need time. You need a motive. You won’t have any of them. When a whole family is murdered in Stockholm, Detective Inspector Joona Linna knows there is only one person who can help find the perpetrator. Erik Maria Bark, retired hypnotist, is called in to work with Josef Ek, a fifteen-year-old boy who witnessed the brutal murder of his family.
Following a series of accusations by his patients, Erik is reluctant to return to his craft but makes an exception for Joseph Ek. As he delves deep into the boy's mind, he discovers that Josef murdered his own family on the orders of his sister Evelyn. When Joona and Erik journey deep into the woods to find Evelyn, she admits that she was abused by her brother for many years. When she refused to submit to him, he took revenge on the entire family. When Josef escapes from custody and Erik's only son Benjamin disappears from the family home, Erik is thrust into a world of violence and gang warfare, forcing him to revisit his past to discover the truth.
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Confused Drivel .
It is so poorly edited , jumping back and forth from one unbelievable situation with completely unbelievable characters to another , the thread of the story is so disjointed that after three hours I'd had enough .
I've had two other works by him but I can only assume he must have been under hypnosis himself when he produced this .
The pace was all wrong for me , he read it too fast , almost like a list that had to be finished quickly , mind , I'm not sure anyone could do much better with something that's writen in such a method acting fastion .
Most of them .
I'm sure the Stockholm tourist board can't have read this or they would be horrified at the thought that people might believe that this is what it's like there , half the characters are portrayed as being certifiable
I gave up after 20 minutes, so apart from replacing the narrator, I couldn't say.
The next book in this series read by Saul Rechlin; a better narrator (although still lacking the actorly sparkle one obtains from 'proper' voice actors like Sean Barrett).
Limited ability to characterise appropriately, made certain characters sound dim-witted, used inappropriate British accents for regional players. Monotonous. Didn't sound like he was taking in what he was reading - parts of sentences were emphasised badly and inappropriately. I could go on and on.
Anger that a talented author was let down by the publisher's poor choice of narrator
I would like a 'blacklist' function on Audible where I can add names of narrators I never wish to hear again, so that I do not make mistakes like this again....
- Boggy of Bucks