The Cult That Resurrected (Sekten som återuppstod)

Mariette Lindstein

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Rights sold

 

Australia: HarperCollins HQ
Canada: HarperCollins HQ
Finland: Atena
Germany: Blanvalet
Ireland: HarperCollins HQ
Netherlands: AW Bruna
Norway: Gyldendal
Poland: Bukowy Las
Sweden: Forum (previously Mörkesdottirs Förlag)
UK: HarperCollins HQ

Born into a cult. Raised by a tyrant

 

Thanks to Sofia, Franz Oswald is in custody awaiting trial, but he seems neither worried nor remorseful. With the help of his fashionable lawyer, Anna-Maria Callini, he spins a net that stretches far outside the prison walls, with but a single purpose: revenge. When Sofia decides to speak out about the sect her life once again turns into a living nightmare. To escape, she moves to San Francisco, yet Oswald´s network seems to stretch even over oceans. And in the wake of Oswald´s final revenge remains the crucial question: Can one ever become totally free from a cult?

 

Pages: 403

 

 

Reviews

 

Very interesting about how easy it is to get duped. Mariette Lindstein makes the whole cult-problem universally applicable in a frightening way.
-Lotta Olsson/DN

 

 

"One of our most deeply penetrating authors psychologically."

- Magnus Utvik

 

Creepy reading about a phenomenon that penetrates today’s society. Mariette Lindstein writes in a way that makes you see the story as a Hollywood movie inside your skull. At least as good as Cult on Fog island. The suspense increases slowly, the characters are real and I am already impatiently waiting for the third book.

-DAST magazine

 

 

If possible even better than the first book. More drive, impressive language with nice flow in the text that makes it worth reading without being empty. It is absolutely brilliant to be able to use your personal experiences this way.

- Jonas Danielsson/Magazine and TV-reviewer

 

Is it possible to leave a sect? And what happens to the people who do? Extremely suspenseful and the author does her best to explain and shed a light on the phenomenon of cults.

-Hallandsposten/Hallands Nyheter

 

 

An intelligent and skillfully spun intrigue about cult mentality and a thrilling continuation of the first book. The author shows that she knows her subject and once again creates a “must-read” thriller.

-BTJ

 

 

It´s damned suspenseful, despite the absence of Norwegian serial killers with mothers-complex or alcoholic police officers. Franz Oswald is a devilish, damned good, bad guy.

-The book-box

 

 

It is fatally suspenseful from start to the finish. I had to check that the front door was locked several times. It is extremely good, fascinating, touching, electrifying and horrifying. Brilliant!

Blog, Stories of the City

 

 

Do read this book! It is well written, and if possible even more suspenseful than the last book.

-Blogg on religion

 

 

It is fantastic! Written with such passion, such insight, suspenseful from the first page, fun to read amidst the sickening, sad story that the author tells so skillfully.

-Anna Lindman, tevereporter, journalist

 

 

Thrilling and fast paced, entertaining and easy to read. If you liked the first book you will absolutely like this one!

-The Book shelf (blogg):

 

 

I was sucked into this book from the start. It is suspenseful, creepy and definitely touching.

-Crazy about books: (blog)

 

 

The first book was suspenseful and this one becomes creepy in parts. What a page-turner! It´s impossible to put it down. Highly recommended!

-West Sweden blog/Kulturkollo

 

 

It is frightening to read this book and that´s what makes it so very important. It makes me cheer for the good forces, both in the book and real life. Those who continue to fight against darkness and evil.

-Blogg, Forward with the audio-book in your ear

 

 

What can i say? She did it again! Beautiful descriptions that make a language-enthusiast happy. And suspenseful! It gave me creepy sensations of the kind that are connected to cults. I highly recommend this book!

-Lotta Modin/journalist/writer

 

 

It gave me a clear and genuine understanding and respect for people who are in sects. I recommend my followers to read this book – I urge you!

-Blogg Fangadiensekt