Rörelsen den andra platsen [ Free ] BY John Ajvide Lindqvist


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  • Rörelsen den andra platsen
  • John Ajvide Lindqvist
  • Swedish
  • 25 March 2019
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    45★s“ spent some time staring at myself in the mirror After all there was an alternative way to explain everything that was happening to me and I searched for something in my eyes a sign that I was losing my mind But what does such a sign look like and can it even be spotted by a person who is losing the plot”I Always Find You

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    Touted as Sweden's answer to Stephen King I was eager to get my hands on a copy of this I have always been a fan of the horror genre and have been trying to read from this array of pieces to choose from While I did enjoy this I found it than a little odd which is no bad thing for a horror novel I would catergorise it as avant'garde horror as it really is out thereOdd Creepy Very strange Yes please It sounds right up my reading street The wr

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    whatthehell was this

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    I received a copy of this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewVisceral ambiguous and creepy I liked itI really like this author His writing reminds me of a hybrid of Stephen King eerie gory wildly inventive and David Mitchell Haruki Murakami weird inconclusive otherworldly It's a good combinationThis one is supposedly '

  5. says:

    Five star beginning and three star ending Will review soonHa Ha It is the 25th May 2020 nearly a year and a half later and I never did write this review So after such a long time my memory of this book is that it is cold strange and vaguely unsettling as the author appears in the story as himself and it is a horror novel after all I will definitely be rereading this with the first book and maybe just maybe I wi

  6. says:

    Some years back I had enjoyed with some reservations Lindvist's first and best novel Let the Right One In It wa

  7. says:

    Mostly listened to audiobook even though I own it in hardcover Thankfully this time narrated by Ajvide himself I actually really like listening to his book even though I'm not a fan of audiobooks in general Solid continuation to th

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    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek Always Find You is a slow burning read that is told from the first person perspective The first person narration gives a personal account of the story as an older Lindvist recounts the events that transpired during a six month period over thirty years ago in 1985In Se

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    ‘Lindvist manages a near perfect blend of moving and macabre’ BookMooch ‘A tale of a strange evil force’ Age ‘A bizarre read seriously inventive and wildly different’ Weekend West

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I SEPTEMBER 1985 flyttar John Lindvist in i ett trångt och mörkt gårdshus på Luntmakargatan i Stockholm vägg i vägg med Brunkebergstunneln Han vill skapa sig en karriär som restaurangtrollkarl Några veckor senare blir han tagen för stöld på Åhléns och tillbringar en natt i häkte Under natten inträffar en rörelse av svårtolkad karaktär och när han återvänder till sitt hus dagen Touted as Sweden s answer to Stephen King I was eager to get my hands on a copy of this I have always been a fan of the horror genre and have been trying to read from this array of pieces to choose from While I did enjoy this I found it than a little odd which is no bad thing for a horror novel I would catergorise it as avant garde horror as it really is out thereOdd Creepy Very strange Yes please It sounds right up my reading street The writing was sparse and flowed well and there were many different themes explored yet still not a lot of action happening This is one of those novels that is essentially plotless We have all read one of those books before where everything comes together and it s labelled as a contempory masterpiece but in my opinion this was lacking something special to make it work The book does emanate authennticity and also creates a classic foreboding atmosphere that stays for the duration of the story This is not what we would class as classic horror it s a thought provoking disturbing read RecommendedMany thanks to riverrun for an ARC I was not reuired to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) och mörkt gårdshus på Luntmakargatan i Stockholm vägg i vägg med Brunkebergstunneln Han vill skapa sig en karriär som restaurangtrollkarl Några veckor senare blir han tagen för stöld på Åhléns Zenith och tillbringar en natt i häkte Under natten inträffar en rörelse av svårtolkad karaktär A Pale Light in the Black och när han återvänder till sitt hus dagen Touted as Sweden s answer to Stephen King I was eager to get my hands Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves of this I have always been a fan Spieserye of the horror genre and have been trying to read from this array Feral of pieces to choose from While I did enjoy this I found it than a little Krismis van Map Jacobs odd which is no bad thing for a horror novel I would catergorise it as avant garde horror as it really is Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods out thereOdd Creepy Very strange Yes please It sounds right up my reading street The writing was sparse and flowed well and there were many different themes explored yet still not a lot Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of action happening This is Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, one Mensa Riddles Conundrums of those novels that is essentially plotless We have all read Julie of the Wolves one The Right Swipe of those books before where everything comes together and it s labelled as a contempory masterpiece but in my Touched opinion this was lacking something special to make it work The book does emanate authennticity and also creates a classic foreboding atmosphere that stays for the duration Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa of the story This is not what we would class as classic horror it s a thought provoking disturbing read RecommendedMany thanks to riverrun for an ARC I was not reuired to post a review and all thoughts and Ugly Fish opinions expressed are my The Math of Life and Death 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives own

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Efter har något hänt Fåglar faller från himlen och hans grannar beter sig underligtSnart upptäcker han att det finns något i det låsta duschrummet längst inne i tvättstugan något som kan låta oss färdas till den andra platsen och besanna våra drömmar Det kostar bara lite lite blod När John så småningom börjar delta i verksamheten dras han ner i en ström av magi våld och gemenska Five star beginning and three star ending Will review soonHa Ha It is the 25th May 2020 nearly a year and a half later and I never did write this review So after such a long time my memory of this book is that it is cold strange and vaguely unsettling as the author appears in the story as himself and it is a horror novel after all I will definitely be rereading this with the first book and maybe just maybe I will have coherent thoughts on it next time Kingdom of Ash Throne of Glass 7 och hans grannar beter sig underligtSnart upptäcker han att det finns något i det låsta duschrummet längst inne i tvättstugan något som kan låta Imagine Me oss färdas till den andra platsen Beyond Temptation och besanna våra drömmar Det kostar bara lite lite blod När John så småningom börjar delta i verksamheten dras han ner i en ström av magi våld Past Due Debt Collection och gemenska Five star beginning and three star ending Will review soonHa Ha It is the 25th May 2020 nearly a year and a half later and I never did write this review So after such a long time my memory Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of this book is that it is cold strange and vaguely unsettling as the author appears in the story as himself and it is a horror novel after all I will definitely be rereading this with the first book and maybe just maybe I will have coherent thoughts The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline on it next time

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P som mynnar ut i mordet på Olof PalmeRörelsen den andra platsen är en preuel till John Ajvide Lindvists förra roman Himmelstrand Det är en berättelse om vår strävan efter sanning och samhörighet och priset vi är villiga att betala om Stockholm i mitten av 80 talet trolleri och socialdemokrati Den är den andra delen i trilogin »Platserna« som kommer att avslutas med X den sista platsen As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek Always Find You is a slow burning read that is told from the first person perspective The first person narration gives a personal account of the story as an older Lindvist recounts the events that transpired during a six month period over thirty years ago in 1985In September 1985 nineteen year old John Lindvist moves from Ibsengatan in Blackeberg to a run down apartment block in Luntmakargatan in Stockholm Sweden with dreams of earning a living as a magicianThe block that John lives in is dilapidated and in disrepair with one wall backing onto the Brunkeberg tunnel There are a courtyard and a separate laundry building that features a bath and shower room for the residents to use as some apartments like John s don t have those amenitiesThere are reclusive and secretive neighbours and strange occurrences taking place in the apartment block John is plagued by anonymous late night phone calls that keep asking him for the mysterious Sigge John also feels a building pressure in his head an unsettling force from the apartment block that pulls him towards the shower room The force also flows over into adjoining Brunkeberg tunnel whenever he walks through it and he can sense the same strangeness inside the tunnel as in the apartment blockOn investigating the shower room John sees black slime seeping in through a crack in the ceiling and inhabiting the bathtub Disgusted by what he sees John refuses to use the shower room but the black substance jogs his memory and reminds him of something similar that he saw in his childhood and locked awayJohn starts to write a story about the event from his past to come to terms with and try and make sense of it John was a twelve year old child and he met an abused younger child near his home in the forest of Blackeberg It s an eerie tale and he calls it The Other Place John tries to escape the pull of the slime but finds his personality changing and becoming darker After initially being repulsed by the slime he finds himself drawn back towards it the pull stronger and he is unable to fight its call Many of the other residents have already succumbed to the slime and what it can offer them and so John joins them and their groupThe slime is a portaldoorway and all it costs to enter is some blood The slime transports John and the others to a place that is depicted as a field that allows them to be whoever they want reveals their innermost desires shows their true selves and fills the various holes that are present in their everyday livesThe field however is an addiction that bleeds over into reality John and the others try to replicate the contentment and euphoria that they feel when they are there in the real world but can t They spend longer and longer in the field at the cost of and blood and at the cost of their sanity as the field consumes their everyday thoughts and livesI like answers and explanations in my books and neither are forthcoming in I Always Find You with many uestions regarding the slime and its origin being left unanswered Of course answers and explanations aren t always necessary you can come to your own conclusion use your imagination and there s nothing wrong with a sense of mystery either But at times they can be beneficial to a story and for me this was one of those times where answers and explanations by the author over certain things would have been appreciated and would have added extra depth to the storyDisappointingly I didn t find I Always Find You scary at all It is a solid read that is both atmospheric and 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About the Author: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Let the Right One In Wanting to become something awful and fantastic he first became a conjurer and then was a stand up comedian for twelve years He has also written for Swedish televisionHis