I believe that the story within this book is just the surface of what you can take away from it. I don't know how to even write this. Stockholm, was her way out so to speak, but this reader is left with the feeling that her loneliness will be with her wherever she goes. This is not a book I will soon forget. This seems all well and innocent until, as the story unfolds, we learn that he is married, has children of his own, and might not be the honest and Therese Bohman has written a book that is so far from anything I've read in a long time that I hardly know how to categorize it. It was like going to a museum and seeing a painting that you don't quite get while you're staring at it, but once you look back you realize that it truly was something beautiful to behold.
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This anonymity also allows the reader to put themselves into her shoes. The title of the book is important, I believe that it had a double meaning, one being the traditional sense, that of being the other woman of a married man. I came for the Swedish setting and found it hard to find a reason to stay. Malmberg's sexual interest in her might be centered around the lopsided power dynamic between them, and whether a mysterious girl named Alex might be in love with her. I will tell you this, though: