Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In

It is autumn 1981 when the inconceivable comes to Blackeberg, a suburb in Sweden. The body of a teenage boy is found, emptied of blood, the murder rumored to be part of a ritual killing. Twelve-year-old Oskar is personally hoping that revenge has come at long last?revenge for the bullying he endures at school, day after day.But the murder is not the most important thing on It is autumn 1981 when the inconceivable comes to Blackeberg, a suburb in Sweden. The body of a teenage boy is found, e...

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Title:Let the Right One In
Author:John Ajvide Lindqvist
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Genres:Horror
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:513 pages pages

Let the Right One In Reviews

  • Kristen
    Jan 03, 2009

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

    Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, like the 1995 Rugby World cup where South Africa both hosted and won. Imagine being there in the heat of that moment - the cheer and ebulation. That light, almost unreal sense that the world has faded away and there is only that moment. N...

    As seen on The Readventurer I can't even find the words to describe how much I LOVED this novel. But let me start by warning Twilight lovers that this book is not about sexy sparkly vampires and teenage love. If you are not ready to read about ugly realities of human life, do not op...

    Dear Stephenie, This is how you write a "vampire" book. Sincerely, The World ...

    Terrifying, engrossing and a book that encompasses many different topics. Not just a story about vampires; this book takes on such issues as bullying, revenge, pedophilia, prostitution, drug use, alcoholism and the sheer desperation of loneliness. Beautifully written and terribly distu...

  • Kemper
    Oct 10, 2009

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

  • Paul Bryant
    Sep 24, 2009

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

  • Stephen
    Sep 14, 2010

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

  • Manny
    Apr 23, 2009

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

  • Tatiana
    Apr 30, 2009

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

    Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, like the 1995 Rugby World cup where South Africa both hosted and won. Imagine being there in the heat of that moment - the cheer and ebulation. That light, almost unreal sense that the world has faded away and there is only that moment. N...

    As seen on The Readventurer I can't even find the words to describe how much I LOVED this novel. But let me start by warning Twilight lovers that this book is not about sexy sparkly vampires and teenage love. If you are not ready to read about ugly realities of human life, do not op...

  • Kat Kennedy
    Aug 05, 2010

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

    Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, like the 1995 Rugby World cup where South Africa both hosted and won. Imagine being there in the heat of that moment - the cheer and ebulation. That light, almost unreal sense that the world has faded away and there is only that moment. N...

  • Melissa
    Oct 11, 2010

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

    Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, like the 1995 Rugby World cup where South Africa both hosted and won. Imagine being there in the heat of that moment - the cheer and ebulation. That light, almost unreal sense that the world has faded away and there is only that moment. N...

    As seen on The Readventurer I can't even find the words to describe how much I LOVED this novel. But let me start by warning Twilight lovers that this book is not about sexy sparkly vampires and teenage love. If you are not ready to read about ugly realities of human life, do not op...

    Dear Stephenie, This is how you write a "vampire" book. Sincerely, The World ...

  • Jason
    Jul 02, 2011

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

  • Jayson
    Aug 01, 2013

    I finally got my revenge on Sweden. For most of my life I?ve been bombarded with newspapers and radio telling me how Sweden is so much much very much absolutely completely better than Britain at practically everything. Here?s some random quotes from the BBC news archive : ?Swe...

    You know that bit at the beginning of Amadeus, where Salieri has composed this very uninspired little march, which he and the Emperor play for Mozart? Then Mozart sits down at the keyboard and says, hm, that's not quite right, is it? And he messes around with it for a couple of minutes...

    Yo, lesson for you, Stephenie: this is how you write a fucking vampire novel. So you can run and tell THAT. ...

    Soiled?soiled and a bit emotionally off-kilter. That?s the best I can do to describe how this book made me feel. It?s dark, morose and...really?really...REALLY?creepy. Not strange sounds and creaking doors creepy. Creepy like that "overly affectionate" uncle who stares at...

    After watching the Swedish movie this book is based on, I thought it was an intensely creepy film and promptly got the book to check out the full story. I figured that the planned American film version would be a pale shadow of the original because there?s no way that a Hollywood mov...

    Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, like the 1995 Rugby World cup where South Africa both hosted and won. Imagine being there in the heat of that moment - the cheer and ebulation. That light, almost unreal sense that the world has faded away and there is only that moment. N...

    As seen on The Readventurer I can't even find the words to describe how much I LOVED this novel. But let me start by warning Twilight lovers that this book is not about sexy sparkly vampires and teenage love. If you are not ready to read about ugly realities of human life, do not op...

    Dear Stephenie, This is how you write a "vampire" book. Sincerely, The World ...

    Terrifying, engrossing and a book that encompasses many different topics. Not just a story about vampires; this book takes on such issues as bullying, revenge, pedophilia, prostitution, drug use, alcoholism and the sheer desperation of loneliness. Beautifully written and terribly distu...

    (A) 86% | Extraordinary Notes: Tenderness with ferocity. It's lonely, desperate people living in ashen desolation. The grey makes the red stand out. ...