Ó Joakim Zander

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Rincípio dos anos Um agente americano entrega a sua bebé a um destino incerto uma traição ue jamais se perdoará e ue será o começo de uma fuga de si próprio Até ao dia em ue não pode continuar a esconder se da verdade e se vê obrigado a tomar uma decisão crucial Trinta anos depois Klara Walldéen uma jovem sueca ue trabalha no Parlamento Europeu vê se envolvi

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SimmarenDa numa trama de espionagem internacional na ual está implicado Mahmoud Shammosh o seu antigo amante e ex membro das forças especiais do exército sueco Klara e Mahmoud transformam se no alvo de uma caçada através da Europa um mundo onde as fronteiras entre países são tão ténues como a linha ue separa um aliado de um inimigo a verdade da mentira o passado do present

Ó Joakim Zander Born in Stockholm Joakim Zander has lived in Syria Israel and the USA before settling in Helsinki where he now lives He studied law at Uppsala and Maastricht Universities and his award winning PhD thesis was published by Cambridge University Press He now works as a lawyer for the European Union.

10 Comments on " Ó Joakim Zander"

  • Susan May

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenWhen you discover a new author it’s such a thrill isn't it? I remember in my twenties reading Robert Ludlum’s The Matarese Circle Ken Follett’s Eye of the Needle Frederick Forsyth’s The Day of the Jackal and being blown away How did these guys write like this? I was hooked on them and subseuently read everything they wrote after that Somehow over the years I drifted away from spy thrillers They became cliché mostly derivative of these master’s genre work So when I was handed The Swimmer by Joakim Zander I wasn’t expecting to become excited about the genre again But Zander’s book has everything that Ludlum Follett and Forsyth's books did His skill with words the imminent feeling of suspense and a layered intriguing story combine perfectly for an exc

  • Michael

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenI have long loved spy thrillers but it seems I have either grown out of the genre or their authors have run out of new ideas I don’t even log on my Goodreads shelf all those fat Clancy Ludlam and DeMille tales that I spent so many days immersed in decades ago With the Cold War gone the high uality stories of Le Carre and Deighton are just a distant nostalgic dream But

  • Melinda

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenA penetrating novel given the fact it’s Zaner’s debut the impact even prevalent Translated from Zander’s native tongue of Swedish absolutely nothing is missed translation is superbThe plot is full of suspense and subterfuge Gripping will hold your attention throughout as you burn through the pages absorbed by varying characters and riveting narrative the plot rather intricate Fast paced you won’t be able to put the book downThe characters come to life as each one is masterfully pulled into the narrative The characters are clearly the building blocks Klara the apex Aging CIA agent political aide black ops all creating a vibrant cast with vital roles all intriguingZander describes environs in a rich manner The reader will feel part of Brussels as well as the isolated Scandinavian island locations Zander’s simplistic yet strong writing completes the thrillin

  • Bettie

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenDescription Klara Walldeen orphaned as a child and brought up by her grandparents on a remote Swedish archipelago is now a political aide in Brussels And she has just seen something she shouldn’t something people will kill to keep hiddenOn the other side of the world an old spy hides from his past Once he was a man of action so dedicated to the cause that he abandoned his baby daughter to keep his cover Now the only thing he lives for is swimming in the local poolThen on Christmas eve Klara is thrown into a terrifying chase through Europe Only the Swimmer can save her But time is running outOpening July 1980 Damascus Syria Every time I hold you is the last time I hold you I've known that

  • Victoria

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenThis book does not uite live up to its promotional reviews A part of my disappointment probably lies with the fact that this a spy thriller which has never been my favorite sub genre of the mysterythriller This one suffers from an overly large cast of characters Klara “Moody” the titular swimmer Gabriella George who all narrate sections of the novel This results in the same scene being repeated between narrators which really slows down the novel’s overall pacing And the plot is just slow to begin with A lot of the book’s storyline feels predictable and there are no genuine surprises found in these pages None of the characters feel very realistic and as much as it would be easier to blame the translation nothing really stands out from that aspect The political angle may be popular across the Atlantic than here and the resolution is also rather unfulfilling I wish that pu

  • Richard

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenAnother slooooow Continental travelogue with someone shooting or blowing up the cast This has nothing in common with the tattooed girlSkip the first two thirds and jump to the gunfight on the island The plot will be made clear in case you missed something during the endless retelling from each characters' point if viewThis book is a short story padded to novel length by using several narratorsCould be a good movie treatment using about a dozen pages from the last few chapters

  • Ed

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenThe Swimmer is a burned out veteran CIA field operative still haunted by the death of his wife in a car bomb in 1980 Damascus and his abandonment of his infant daughter Klara Klara now working in the Swedish diplomatic service at the EU capitol in Brussels is drawn by an old friend into a worldwide chase over sensitive documents some unknown group will kill to protect The very well drawn characters are developed in the first person and how they interact is a complex and challenging jigsaw puzzle that drives this brilliantly executed page turning first novel by Joakim Zan

  • Kathy

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenI really don't enjoy reading thrillers and this book belongs to that category I tried it anyway The book is certainly fast moving and action packed with some nasty vs naive characters who somehow pull the rabbit out of the hat and survive Definitely not believable You get to move around between the '80's and 2013 as well jumping from country to country There is the CIA improperly assigning interrogation to outsource devils good and bad guys getting killed corporate thieves pulling off their own brand of shenanigans and then the modern day David in the form of a teenage girl and Goliath a plusLibrary Loan

  • Lindsey Lynn (thepagemistress)

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenSo I powered thru this book last night since I am sick and needed something to take my mind off of it This book just wasn't for me I didn't connect with any of the characters Don't really have a whole lot to say honestly255 Stars

  • Terri

    Ó Joakim Zander SimmarenIf you like to lose yourself in stories of clandestine American CIA spies brilliant Swedish women who work in law firms thrilling gun battles and car chases than this novel is for you Great escape and just plain fun for a summer read on the beach or by the pool