Lazarus by Lars Kepler | Review

Lazarus | Lars Kepler | Knopf Publishing | Pub: December 1, 2020 | Pages: 497

Book #7 in the Joona Lina series! I’m gearing up to read The Mirror Man on January 18, 2022!

I said The Rabbit Hunter was by far the most gruesome Lars Kepler book, but I take it back. This one is the most gruesome Lars Kepler Book in the Joona Lina series! The violence was extremely descriptive and vivid.

This one was the most hardcore, darkest and disturbing of the Joona Lina series! Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely loved the book! I read it in a couple days since I just couldn’t put it aside! I needed to know how everything would pan out!

The book was so devastating and didn’t really go in the direction I was hoping for but that is what makes a book so great! I was at the edge of my seat and now that I’m done with this book, I just want more and more of this series! I said it and I’ll say it again, you must read this series, and start with Book #1, you will not be disappointed! Such a great series that are exceptionally brilliantly written.


Sometimes the past won't stay buried.

All across Europe, the most ruthless criminals are suffering gruesome deaths. At first, it seems coincidental that their underworld affiliations are finally catching up to them. But when two of the victims are found to have disturbing connections to Detective Joona Linna, it becomes clear that there's a single killer at work. Still, police are reluctant to launch an investigation. If a mysterious vigilante is making their jobs easier, why stand in his way? Joona, however, is convinced this is no would-be hero. These deaths serve a much darker purpose.

Desperate for help, Joona turns to Saga Bauer. If his hunch is correct, she's one of the few people who stands a chance at bringing this criminal mastermind down. But Saga is fighting her own demons--and the killer knows just how to use them to his advantage. He continues to strike with impunity, and no one, it seems, is safe. When the killer begins targeting those closest to Saga and Joona, it appears more and more likely that Joona has been right all along, and that tracking down the person responsible will force him to confront a ghost from his past . . . the most terrifying villain he's ever had to face. 


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