Spanish litteraturblog, Lettras, Libros Y Mas, awards MONA four starts.
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Monday, June 22, 2015
Monday, June 15, 2015
SINON receives four stars in Danish daily Jyllandsposten
"Sehlberg combines international politics with computer technology and biology in the new successful thriller SINON …
… Sehlbergs number two is a medical technology thriller that bombards the reader with scientific facts while keeping a blistering pace with the use of good old tension boosters such as fast changes in scenery with consequent cliffhangers, and finally a countdown process which keeps the reader caught."
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Monday, June 1, 2015
"SINON - a story of love and about trying to do what is right in impossible situations … ”
New Danish SINON review in Crime blog "Vild med Krimi".
”… in SINON, the pace is high and you become engrossed in the story. The author manage to make his characters believable and alive and very human, real people who are not error-free … In the book we follow alongside different people around the world, and it all crosscuts in a blistering pace … Besides good person descriptions, SINON also contains really good environment descriptions with smells and noises that creates lots of fascinating interior images - whether the author takes us (and Rachel Papo) on a secret mission in Mogadishu, Somalia, or to the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, where scientists work around the clock, trying desperately to manufacture a vaccine.
SINON is a fantastically good thriller, with an intelligent and original story of terror, all forms of fanaticism, secret agents, politics, revenge and greed, but it is also a story of love and about trying to do what is right in impossible situations … ”
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