Tuesday, March 24, 2015


Author:  Lene Kaaberbol & Agnete Friis
Genre:  Fiction, Nina Borg Series #2
Published:  2012
Personal Rating:  2/5 (not enjoyable)
Format/Narrator:  Audiobook/Katherine Kellgren
Yearly Count:  18

From NetGalley:
Red Cross nurse Nina Borg hunts for the source of a mysterious illness spreading through a small community of Hungarian refugees.

I didn't care for this book very much.  However, I think it had more to do with the audio version than the actual book.  The narrator yelled a lot.  She raised her angry voice and sped up her reading when something was "happening."  Drove me nuts!  There was also many repeats of phrases.  I don't think that was purposeful, though.  Nonetheless, it was annoying.  As for the storyline . . . eh . . . that didn't grip me much either and there was lots of foul language.  Not a pleasant listen in the least.  Don't think I'll be continuing with this series.  :(

Thoughts of Joy
My thanks go to Soho Press and NetGalley for providing me with the eGalley.


  1. I was listening to an audio book this week that I had to stop and will continue the book in print. The narrator did everything but the voices in an American accent, but the voices were with a supposed Danish accent. Drove me batty. Am liking the book - not so much the audio.

    I haven't read this series as yet. It's on the list.

    1. Kay ~ I empathize with you. :(


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