I’m Traveling Alone
I’m Traveling Alone starts off with the murder of a little girl in Norway. Holger Munch realizes this is just the start of something terrible, so he travels to an isolated island where the brilliant Mia Kruger is hiding out, trying to escape her past. As a woman who plans to end it all soon, will this case be enough to draw her back in to life?
I loved this story. The plot was very fascinating and kept you guessing, because Bjork introduces you to so many characters. I thought that was actually a very good idea. Normally, it would be distracting, but all of the extra story lines made you work harder to sift through what’s important and what’s not, as if you were a real detective. The author took you into the psychology of why each person was doing what they were, good or bad.
This thriller was amazing. The only thing I would have liked is if some of the intertwining stories were a bit longer. I would have liked to know more about the cult that was calling itself a church and what was happening at its compound, and also about what happened to the characters after the story ended. I guess that’s how you know an author did an excellent job; they leave you wanting more!
|Page Count||400 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|