The Oslo Trilogy

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Noreen, Board Moderator

The Oslo Trilogy

I've just bought The Redbreast, Nemesis and The Devil's Star for my Kindle.

Looking forward to starting them.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

The Redbreast

Blimey.... I am struggling with this and I am only on the third chapter..... :(

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foxylady

The Redbreast

Just ordered this 1st book of the trilogy from the library. Will let you know what I think of it later. Interested to read your view of it, are you going to plough on Nor ? x

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Redbreast

Yes I will - I hate to be beaten by one book, let alone three of them! I think I need to sit down for what I call a 'good read', a couple of hours when I am not tired and see if I can get in to it properly. Let me know how you get on...

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foxylady

The Redbreast

Just finished this Nor, took some reading, a long book. Had to wait while OH read it first, he managed it all on holiday. Once into it I enjoyed the book very much. Quite topical really with the infamous court case going on in Norway about extreme rightwing views. Had read about the Quisling government before so the storyline about men fighting on the German side was interesting. Will not comment on the ending in case someone else reading it. going to read the next book in the trilogy, have you read it yet? x

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Redbreast

Foxy, I'm still on the third chapter! I was going to have a good go when we went away last weekend, but seemed to end up listening to music most of the time! I need to start again, but I'm interested to see it took you a while to get going, glad its not just me.

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Darkginger

The Oslo Trilogy

I'm struggling through this at the moment too. Not bad, as such, but not the easiest of reads. I keep forgetting who's who. I've given up for now (finished the first book) and moved over to The Lodestone Trilogy, a fantasy epic, which I'm enjoying a lot, and is much easier to get into. I'll revisit the Oslo trilogy afterwards - there are unresolved issues from the first book that I want to find out more about!

 
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