Midnight Sun (Midnattssol)

Frida Skybäck

Midnattssol

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Sweden: Historiska Media

 

 

Midnight sun is the third and final part in the series about the Stiernfors sisters. It’s a captivating drama about love, sisterhood and being a woman during the 19th century.

 

Spring has just arrived at the Rosenlund mansion and a peaceful calm is settling in. But that joy turns out to be short and fragile. As an unexpected visit from Cecilias husband forces her back to Apelgården, where heavy responsibility awaits.

In Lund Elisabeth is struggling for single mothers and their children who aren’t welcome at the newly opened playhouse.

The youngest sister Amelie is living a glamouros life as newly wed to count Carl Piper, put an unexpected visit makes her comfortable life tremble.

 

304 pages

 

Reviews 

”Frida Skybäck has done it again. The final part about the Stiernfors sisters is just as wonderful as the first two.” – Boktyckaren

”It’s clear that Skybäck has put extensive research into this project, and the environment is so vivid… MIDNIGHT SUN is a well-written ending to the trilogy about the Stiernfors sisters.” – Bibliotekstjänst

 

 

Reviews on previous book in the series

"The plot is brilliant … Northern Lights is a must for everyone who likes historical novels."

Bokbloggen Holavedsbrudar

 

"It doesn’t lack mystery nor suspension ... I want more!"

Mias bokhörna, blog

 

"Once you’ve started reading this series you just can’t stop."

Boklysten, blog

 

"Gripping, interesting and captivating!!!"

Jennies boklista

 

"It’s with great empathy that Frida Skybäck describes the lives of the three sisters ... I can’t wait for the next book."

Marlenes bokblogg

 

"It's sad, it's strong, and so, so good!"

Bokfrossa

 

"The plot is brilliant... Northern Lights is a must for fans of novels set in our country's past."

Bokbloggen Holavedsbrudar

 

"A book to recommend to anyone who wants a really good novel about unrequited love and bygone history.

Johannas deckarhörna

 

"You want to read something easy to digest but still a bit complex and perhaps even with dark streaks. You want to have a story that is well written, historical and depicts women conscious of their vulnerability. Complicated family relationships, love and entanglements. You are not afraid to throw yourself into a series that have not yet been published with all parts. Is it so I absolutely think you should read Frida Skybäck’s latest book Northern Lights."

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