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[PDF / Epub] ✐ Stallo ☃ Stefan Spjut – Pnoy.me Summer 1978 A young boy disappears without a trace from a summer cabin His mother claims he was carried away by a giant He is never found Twenty five years later another child goes missing This time t[PDF / Epub] Stallo Stefan Spjut Pnoy.me Summer 1978 A young boy disappears without a trace from a summer cabin His mother claims he was carried away by a giant He is never found Twenty five years later another child goes missing This time t Summer A young boy disappears without a trace from a summer cabin His mother claims he was c.

Arried away by a giant He is never found Twenty five years later another child goes missing This time there’s a lead a single photograph taken by Susso Myrén She’s devoted her life to the search for trolls legendary giants known as Stallo who can control human thoughts and assume animal form Convinced that the trolls are real she follows the trail of m.

stallo free Stallo PDFEPUBArried away by a giant He is never found Twenty five years later another child goes missing This time there’s a lead a single photograph taken by Susso Myrén She’s devoted her life to the search for trolls legendary giants known as Stallo who can control human thoughts and assume animal form Convinced that the trolls are real she follows the trail of m.

10 thoughts on “Stallo

  1. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBStallo is a large human like creature in the Sami folklore and since the book is about giants that kidnap children is the title uite logical I listen to this book while working and since it's 600 page long was the book around 25 hours long to listen to However by accelerating the speed to max did I manage to finish it a bit faster And I had a pretty good reason to wanting to speed up the story I have never before had the speed to max before but it was the only way for me to finish the book Not that it was bad The story in itself was good However it could have easily been cut down around 200 300 page by just taking away all the tedious uninteresting stuff that had no bearing on the story I mean as much


  2. Tanja Berg Tanja Berg says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBI was thinking of giving this two stars because it's not poorly written and in terms of technical elements it holds well enough together However the degree to which this book bored me far beyond anything else I have ever read in my entire life could not bring me beyond one starAs with all books I hate it's difficult to write a spoile


  3. Blair Blair says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBA 'haunting supernatural thriller' translated from Swedish Stallo traces the connections between two events the disappearance of a boy from a woodland cabin in 1978 and the possible sighting of a troll in a small town 25 years later The latter is investigated by Susso the creator of a website dedicated to supposedly mythical beings her father a wildlife photographer once took a picture of a strange creature which has entered family lore and sparked her obsession With her mother Gudrun and ex boyfriend Torbjörn in tow Susso sets off on what turns out to be an epic adventure apparently traversing the entirety of Sweden to chase down the truth about the 'troll' a mission that suddenly becomes crucial when another boy goes missing in the town where it was spotted Another narrative follows a man called Seved although it's rather difficult to discuss the details of his part of the story without giving away exactly where it goes While very intrigued by the th


  4. Jack Tripper Jack Tripper says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBThere's a great haunting 300 page story buried somewhere within unfortunately there's another 300 pages of padding to wade through I have nothing against epic length works if the story demands it and I love descriptive writing but Spjut gets a bit excessive here describing every mundane detail of the characters' lives as well as every object within their general vicinity and it breaks up the flow and the tension far too often to keep me totally captivated and engaged But hidden within the pages and pages of description there's a pretty freaky story that mixes the everyday with the mythical I'm not very good at skim reading through


  5. Maja Kvendseth Maja Kvendseth says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBI read the Norwegian translation of this but could still taste the Swedish turns of the language beautiful Stallo is a Sami term for unnatural creatures and it fits very well with what this book is about It's part crime story part thriller part socio realism and part supernatural horror I can only describe the writing style as characteristically Scandinavian and a very interesting blend between the everyday straightforward and the poeticThe plot ties nicely together but also leaves room for lots of uestions that one can mull over afterwards if one is so inclined I am The main characters are believable partly because they're not


  6. Leah Leah says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBWeirdly wonderfulIn 1978 a small boy and his mother are staying in a holiday cabin in the forests near Falun in Sweden All seems well until the mother accidentally kills a bat that was flying around her She throws it into the undergrowth but the next day when she goes to the fridge there is the dead bat lying crumpled on a shelf Now some of the forest animals begin to behave strangely sitting motionless staring at the house The mother tells the boy to stay in but he wants to see them so he runs out of the house into the forest and is never seen again His distraught mother claims that she saw him being taken by a giantIn the present day Susso visits an elderly woman who claims she has seen a strange little man watching her house and her grandson Susso believes in trolls and i


  7. 4cats 4cats says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBFinally finished I loved the opening of this and throughout there we moments of this is good but it felt overly long and I must admit I got bored There wasn't enough action or horror there is a scene which isn't pleasant reading but I won't say which so as not to spoil it It wasn't bad enough for me to stop reading but I felt it needed to be shorterTo add to the a


  8. Anastasia Anastasia says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBWell developed plot around Staalos Interesting book Swedish noir filled with fantasy


  9. Andrew Kelly Andrew Kelly says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBTouted as a horror book it disappoints The pace of the story builds nicely and is structured around a road trip and a search for answers I enjoyed the way the author creates the atmosphere of a Swedish winter the people functional and somewhat stoic The hype on the cover peaked my interest but the story sadly failed to deliver the drama horror and pace I was hoping for Just gets an Ok from me


  10. Kathy Cunningham Kathy Cunningham says:

    Stallo PDF/EPUB Ø Paperback stallo free, Stallo PDFEPUBThis review is of the English translation of STALLO called SHAPESHIFTERSStefan Spjut’s SHAPESHIFTERS is a creepy atmospheric horror novel about Nordic mythological creatures in modern day Sweden In 1978 a little boy is carried off from a campground by something gigantic but no one will believe his mother’s story


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