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She was much more complex than I had thought. This is a crime drama with depth and soul. The author did a great job showing us the complex family dynamics—the dysfunction and the love, the secrets and lies, the doubts.
Editor twitches: Once, info was presented twice, several pages apart. Editor, editor, where are you? And there was an incident at jail that was just dropped.
I desperately wanted to hear what happened afterward. The author is Swedish; I thought the translation was good.
It was fun to see how the justice system works in Sweden. Need to check out whether this author has other books that have been translated. Final verdict: A really good read.
A fantastic character study and a cool and satisfying courtroom scene. Great for people who want a meaty whodunit or who want a good family drama.
Both had teenage girls in the mix and both had courtrooms. Read both, is what I say; neither will disappoint. Thanks to NetGalley for the advance copy.
View all 70 comments. Book of the Month choice for June Based on this alone, I would whole-heartedly recommend this book to readers searching for a substantial thriller full of meaty characterization and deep introspection into family dynamics and secrets.
My issues mainly stemmed Book of the Month choice for June My issues mainly stemmed from the fact that the translation here seems to be a bit choppy and unlike some of the smoother books I've read in the past, which is clearly personal preference, but may be helpful to the picky readers like me who may be a bit more difficult to please.
Overall, a wonderful and somewhat unique addition to the scandi noir genre, and an author I'm looking forward to seeing more from in the future.
View all 17 comments. Kept me highly intrigued and guessing from start to finish! Her mother is a criminal defence attorney. How could she be connected to an older mans brutal death?
They do whatever they can to support their daughter. This novel is told through three interesting perspec 4. This novel is told through three interesting perspectives: Stella, her father and her mother.
With each perspective change, I felt a deeper connection to the story. The narrative pace and flow kept me curious and edgy, my mind continually whirled with possibilities of how it would all come together.
This book came with a lot of hype and it definitely lived up to it for me. There were several times I thought I had it all figured out, but I was wrong every single time which kept the thrill strong.
This was a Traveling Friends read with a fantastic discussion! View all 40 comments. MT Edvardsson writes a compelling psychological thriller in the dark and disturbing Scandi-Noir tradition which gives the reader insights into Swedish law.
Set in the small Swedish city of Lund, a highly respectable and upstanding local family, Adam, a Church of Sweden pastor, his wife, Ulrika, an ambitious go getting criminal defense lawyer, are horrified and shocked when their strong willed, volatile teenage daughter, Stella, is arrested on suspicion of the brutal murder of a wealthy shady old MT Edvardsson writes a compelling psychological thriller in the dark and disturbing Scandi-Noir tradition which gives the reader insights into Swedish law.
Set in the small Swedish city of Lund, a highly respectable and upstanding local family, Adam, a Church of Sweden pastor, his wife, Ulrika, an ambitious go getting criminal defense lawyer, are horrified and shocked when their strong willed, volatile teenage daughter, Stella, is arrested on suspicion of the brutal murder of a wealthy shady older businessman, Chris.
Stella, and her best friend, Amina, had met Chris a few weeks previously. The narrative is delivered from the perspective of Adam, Ulrika and Stella, where the focus is less on crime, and more on a character driven study of dysfunctional family dynamics of a 'nearly normal' family.
In a complex and multilayered story, we find out more about Adam, Ulrika and Stella, how Adam's expectations of Stella and Ulrika's intense focus on her career has resulted in a poor relationship with their daughter.
We learn of Stella's rape by church camp counselor when she was 15, and Adam's dark obsession in Stella's personal life.
The narrative goes back and forth in time to give us a picture of the family through time. In the present, convinced of Stella's innocence, Adam decides to look more deeply into the murder, as his life begins to increasingly spin off the rails.
The trial is a riveting affair, in this suspenseful tale with some surprising twists. This is a psychological thriller of morality and ethics, family, that asks how far will parents go to protect their daughter?
There are the requisite unreliable and unlikeable narrators, secrets, and a web of lies and deceit that surround a normal Swedish family.
Edvardsson highlights how people are defined by life's trials and tribulations, and questions the concept of a 'normal' family. This is an absorbing read, my favourite part was the trial.
This novel is for fans of Scandi-Noir and crime fiction. View all 18 comments. Just as there are different sorts of truths, there must be different sorts of lies.
White lies, for example - I've never shied away from those. Better a kind lie than a hurtful truth, I've always thought. But of course, this was different.
Every character in this book is lying. A pastor and father A lawyer and mother Their teen daughter and murder suspect And a best friend Each lying to law enforcement, lying to each other and to themselves in an effort to protect someone they love, to preserve a family portrait that had begun to crack well before the current dilemma and to ultimately protect themselves.
This story is rife with ethical quandaries that gave me pause on more than one occasion to consider what I might do if presented with the same circumstances.
To loosely quote Shakespeare There is a whole other story within this book and I could totally get into a sequel. No lie. All opinions are my own.
I swear. View all 93 comments. A murder mystery, some courtroom drama and a family trying to hold it together.
They are about to hit the worst speed bump in their lives. Stella is arrested for murder. Absolutely loved the narrative that gave the perspective from all three family members.
We learn some secrets from their past, how they are dealing with the crime and some actions A murder mystery, some courtroom drama and a family trying to hold it together.
We learn some secrets from their past, how they are dealing with the crime and some actions they took along the way.
Some they are surely come to regret. For me, most of the suspenseful parts were during the courtroom scenes.
I wasn't sure how it was going to play out and it felt like I was watching it in real-time. I do love courtroom drama.
Thanks to the publisher for my review copy. This one is out on June 25, I think it is also a BOTM pick. View all 46 comments.
Whose truth is nothing but the truth? Edvardsson presents a heavy domestic drama wrapped around the Sandell family. From all indications this is a small, compact little family of Adam, Ulrika, and Stella.
As the layers are peeled back, there's quite a bit beneath the surface. Edvardsson sets his story down within the town of Lund in Sweden.
There's a definite pendulum that swings back and forth in regard to their ever changing identities. Adam, a pastor in the Church of Sweden, was once an av Whose truth is nothing but the truth?
Adam, a pastor in the Church of Sweden, was once an avowed atheist until his pulled up collar was replaced with the collar of a minister.
Ulrika, a dedicated defense attorney, regrets the time spent pursuing her career at the expense of her home life.
Stella, intensely complicated, has just turned eighteen and wishes to flee to Asia in a long planned caravan of a trip.
All the while, the secrets begin to brew. Stella and her best friend, Amina, are inseparable. They meet up with what they believe is the typical young man in a typical bar.
But Chris Olsen is far from typical. We find out that he's thirty-two years old and has a stalker of a girlfriend.
Stella carries on with a summer fling with Chris. But Chris' flinging days will be over soon when he's found dead of stab wounds.
Stella is immediately arrested and accused of murder. But did Stella do it? A Nearly Normal Family has some good moments. Edvardsson takes us in the midst of courtroom scenes with tense questioning.
The story is split into three perspectives of the Sandell family with short rapid chapters. But here's where I had issues. Since this was a translation, I'm not sure if some of the momentum was lost within the word transfer.
There seemed to be quite a bit of repetition because of it and constant replaying of incidents. I also didn't feel overly invested in any of these characters.
But what drew me in was the strong need to know who was actually responsible. Edvardsson keeps you guessing with the gameboard arrow pointing in all directions.
My thanks to M. Edvardsson and to Celadon Books for the opportunity. View all 19 comments. I was thoroughly entertained and loved how this story was broken up into three very powerful sections from each of the family members.
The first section from the father's point of view started off a little shaky for me but then once I got to Stella's the daughter's POV I was hooked.
This was such an emotionally gripping story that was absolutely unputdownable! Highly recommend! Edvardsson for the complimentary copy.
View all 49 comments. A Nearly Normal Family examines the three members of the Sandell family when daughter Stella is accused of murder.
In the aftermath of her arrest, Stella, along with her father, a pastor, and her mother, a defense attorney, must each dig deep down inside and examine what lengths they are willing to go to protect their family.
First, the good: I found the writing style to be engaging throughout, and felt compelled to keep turning the pages. I thought the subject of the story is interesting, and I A Nearly Normal Family examines the three members of the Sandell family when daughter Stella is accused of murder.
I thought the subject of the story is interesting, and I was curious where the author would take it. For most thrillers, the focus is on what really happened, but I don't feel that's the crux of this story.
What really happened is almost an afterthought. Instead, we spend the majority of time scrutinizing and exploring each of the three main characters, their thoughts, their morals and ethics, and how far they will go to protect each other.
Now for what I didn't like: The characters are all so unlikable, not just a little, but a lot. This was probably the biggest hindrance to my enjoyment of this story.
The father is paranoid, has boundary issues, and suffers from my-child-is-perfect syndrome. Stella is extremely spoiled and bad-tempered.
And as for her crime, her parents did not question or care as to their daughter's guilt. They wanted to save her regardless of whether she killed another person or not.
The story is told from their three alternating perspectives, so it was really hard to hang in there while they complained, acted crazy, and supplied endless odd justifications for what they were doing.
It's also a really long story for the amount of substance that's in here. Each of the three members of the family gets to have their turn to tell their side.
Except each person often tells an event multiple times, first with some facts obscured, then again as they reveal what they concealed.
And since there are three points of view, it's not usual for the the same thing to be told four or five or even six times.
How many different ways can you say the same thing? Many times, apparently. In the end, I enjoyed the writing, but found the characters to be complete duds.
With how dysfunctional they turned out to be, this is more of a family drama than anything else. The theme seems to be that parents will do anything for their children, including lying, scheming, obstructing justice, and harassing others, all to keep their precious baby out of jail, regardless of guilt.
If everyone used that logic and got their way, the only people in jail would be orphans. So no, I really can't agree with that. View all 60 comments.
I can't get enough of family dramas and this was one of the better ones I have read recently. I thought the family dynamics were fascinating and the mystery of whether the daughter was innocent or guilty easily sustained my interest.
Stella Sandell is 18 years old and is accused of murdering a man. Stella's father is a pastor and her mother is a defense attorney and both are struggling with the realization their daughter could be found guilty of the crime.
The story is told from the perspectives I can't get enough of family dramas and this was one of the better ones I have read recently. The story is told from the perspectives of the three family members.
I absolutely loved how this book opened up as you find out the father is set to testify but even he doesn't know if he will get up on the stand and tell the truth.
From that moment on I was hooked. I liked how the book was broken up into three parts, with each family member getting their say.
Without a doubt I enjoyed reading this but by the time I finished I couldn't say I was blown away by the story.
I feel like this was the type of book that is a good read at the time but I wouldn't say it is the most memorable story.
I give 4 stars to the books I think are very good and save the 5 stars for the ones I think about months after I finish reading. Thank you to the publisher and BookishFirst for sending me an advance copy!
I was under no obligation to post a review and all views expressed are my honest opinion. View all 5 comments.
Firstly I wanna confess that I adore Swedish and Scandinavia thrillers so much. So they call 3. So as soon as I heard about this book and read the blurb, I was so excited to dive in without thinking of it any second!
Result: Not so good but not so bad either. There were three main characters are also the members of an ordinary family.
They were nothing like ordinary or lovely or a perfect example of family. This is not about being dysfunctional and less communicative.
All of the members of the family are selfish individuals with heavy issues. The wife, Ulrika, workaholic lawyer, gets jealous about the close relationship between her husband and her daughter, starts drifting apart from them and having a relationship with her colleague.
The daughter, in prison for murder trial, Stella, has authority and anger management issues, shows symptoms of a sociopath, sexually abused, wild, rebel.
She has no idea what to do what her life so she dreams to run away to Asia getting of rid of the pressure or maybe her overprotective family members!
I think Amina, best friend of Stella steals the show from dislikeable family members. Even Ulrika connects better with her than she does with her own daughter.
When you read three points of view, your guessing about the murderer changes directions. At least my husband is happy, he hates my cooking! My problem is with characters.
The ending is nerve bending but smart and satisfying, at least the conclusion is well-developed. As a summary, I loved three dimensional, fast pacing, unputdownable story telling but I have problems about the characters, some lost interpreting after the translation and functionality of family member relations.
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