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If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course, ennui is imbued into the populace as it is also reflected in the works of prominent Russian writers - Anna Karenina comes to mind. And yet, the rise in popularity of these Nordic thrillers here in the States is puzzling given our strong tendency towards literary Romanticism. We like for the good guys to win, we like emotion, we like our heroes as opposed to anti-heroes we enjoy free will, and in general consider ourselves in control of our own lives.

Having said that: there is excellence in Literary Naturalism. I did. Again, in his own life story we sense the determinism filtering into his life: he wanted to be a soccer star but an injury put a quick stop to this; with a dreadful feeling of fate guiding his life he entered the military in the hopes something would happen what happened was "Self-Discipline" ; thinking he might want to be an economist he entered the world of finance which he abandoned as well; someone told him he could play guitar he only knew 3 chords and he formed several bands, Di Derre being the most successful; and finally he wrote on an airplane to begin with and he never stopped.

So, this is where we start. Yes, the books should be read in order! For an American audience, Harry Hole can be likened to Harry Bosch ; he defies authority, is an outcast within his own organization, is best left alone to do this job his office is at the end of the hall , is more of an anti-hero than a hero, has trouble with his romantic life, lives alone, has a fierce propensity for justice as opposed to the Law and once let loose is like a pit bull with a bone fastened to his jaws.

This is not too dissimilar to the way Nesbo sees himself. I like being alone. Perhaps I have grown to like my self-image of being a loner, too I think you have to find something about yourself that you like in order to survive.

Some people say being alone is unsociable and selfish. Many people are afraid of being alone. But it made me feel strong, free and invulnerable. The two seemingly ought to contradict each other. Perhaps it is an unholy marriage between the two that transfixes us. His plots are intricate, very complex, the seemingly irrelevant details exposed throughout the novels become larger than life as the story closes, and they can weave through time, forward and backward, as the story unfolds.

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If you live in Scandinavia you might consider this par for the course, ennui is imbued into the populace as it is also reflected in the works of prominent Russian writers - Anna Karenina comes to mind. And yet, the rise in popularity of these Nordic thrillers here in the States is puzzling given our strong tendency towards literary Romanticism. We like for the good guys to win, we like emotion, we like our heroes as opposed to anti-heroes we enjoy free will, and in general consider ourselves in control of our own lives. Having said that: there is excellence in Literary Naturalism. I did. Again, in his own life story we sense the determinism filtering into his life: he wanted to be a soccer star but an injury put a quick stop to this; with a dreadful feeling of fate guiding his life he entered the military in the hopes something would happen what happened was "Self-Discipline" ; thinking he might want to be an economist he entered the world of finance which he abandoned as well; someone told him he could play guitar he only knew 3 chords and he formed several bands, Di Derre being the most successful; and finally he wrote on an airplane to begin with and he never stopped.

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A large part of the book is laid at the time of the Second World War — specifically, the Siege of Leningrad , wartime Vienna and the Bombing of Hamburg — making The Redbreast a war novel as well as a crime novel. The book touches deeply on the still highly sensitive issue of Norwegian Collaboration with the Nazis and specifically the voluntary recruitment of Norwegians to the Waffen SS. The novel was voted Best Norwegian Crime Novel ever. His body and face are covered up and he is laid to wait for a burial committee the following day. That same night, another soldier named Sindre Fauke disappears, believed to have defected to the Russians. After a hand grenade lands the soldiers in the hospital, one of them, under the guise of "Uriah", falls in love with a nurse. After an unsuccessful attempt to elope , the two are separated.

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