A Tooth for A Tooth: A Novel (The Meirvik Saga Book 1) by Lars-Toralf Storstrand #Instagram56 & #bookbeginnings with @GilionDumas @fredalicious #FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay! #TGIF! #HistoricalFiction #YA

This week’s choice is…

A Tooth for A Tooth: A Novel (The Meirvik Saga Book 1) by Lars-Toralf Storstrand

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A Tooth For A Tooth


This book is part historical fiction and part murder mystery and although it’s early days for me I must say it’s a very interesting story!

Just in case you missed what I said earlier, this book is actually available for free on Inkitt! Go here to read: https://www.inkitt.com/stories/other/209416 If you enjoy this book please consider leaving a review.

We are also reading this book over at Authors Needing Reviews Goodreads group, come and join us if this seems like a book you’d enjoy!

A Tooth for A Tooth: A Novel (The Meirvik Saga Book 1)

by Lars-Toralf Storstrand it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating details ·  Rating  ·  Reviews
A late night in February 1969, a man disappears from a small village on the isle Stord. In 1978, a young man writes a school project about Auschwitz Birkenau and a German officer who disappeares from Poland in the winter of 1944. 

As a result he gets aquainted with information he could never figure out by himself, among among them the connection to the former wife of the man who disappeared from Litlabø for a few years before. Is there any connection between the two men? 

What role does the Jewish family of Saddler Moishe Apfelbaum from Danzig play? A story about genocide, raw force, cynicism, odontophobia, diamonds, gold, fish that will not take the bait and the relationship between father and son.

Have you read this? What are you currently reading?

I can’t wait to visit your blogs to find out.

Have a great weekend, may your books be with you!

Luv Sassy  X


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18 thoughts on “A Tooth for A Tooth: A Novel (The Meirvik Saga Book 1) by Lars-Toralf Storstrand #Instagram56 & #bookbeginnings with @GilionDumas @fredalicious #FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay! #TGIF! #HistoricalFiction #YA

  1. Thanks for sharing and visiting my blog. It seems to have a very interesting feel to it. Definitely, has me wondering what is going to happen next.

  2. I found the extracts and premise quite interesting, but from the language used, I am guessing this is a translation and I am wondering just how proficiently this has been done. Still, as it is on offer for free right now, it might well be worth taking a punt on it!

    Thanks for sharing, enjoy the book and have a good weekend 🙂


  3. I enjoyed the excerpts you shared, and I do love a good historical mystery. I would be curious to try this one, especially if you end up liking it (which I hope you do!). I look forward to your final thoughts on it. Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend.

  4. Hmm this sounds interesting. I like the beginning, the description of his office, but the 56 got my attention too with the island! Looks like a great read!

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