John Ajvide Lindqvist

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Re: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Post by LOMGIFLORUM » Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:19 pm

Hola juan, ante todo mis más sincera felicitación por este libro, por esta historia....
Para mí y como veo también para muchos esta conmovedora historia nos ha llegado al corazón y nos hemos infectados.... He de reconocer que hacia mucho tiempo que no leía un libro y el suyo ya lo he lehido varias veces y hay tantas cosas que se le remueven a uno.... Y para bién la pelicula que es casi la culminación, es tan sólo redonda en todos los sentidos, inolvidable, y la segunda versión tampoco se queda atrás.
Para mí hay un antes y un después. Muchas gracias por su historia.
Las grandes historias nunca terminan y esta es una de elllas.....
todo lo mejor para usted.
Un abrazo. jj.

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Re: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Post by TigerEyes » Mon May 09, 2011 6:47 pm

Dear John,

I've come across your book not too long ago, let the right one in, and i must say it's rather interesting, even though some are quite creepy, but that is to be expected. I like how you created Eli/Elias and Oskar. I feel myself relating to them both; by their loneliness, by Oskar being bullied as i've been bullied and teased, and i just can't stop reading the book. I have not yet read your other books, it was just this one that i've found. It's strange how your story touches me, i'm never in for stuff like those books. This book does touch me deep.

Run, and you might live.
Stay, and you might die.
However, nothing is certain.

Come visit my blog where i write stuff of Vampires, including Let the right one in,

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Re: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Post by Luftwaffles » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:49 pm

I have a degree in English, and other than wallowing in the financial successes as a result of it (lol), it beat the living literature out of me. There is a lot of wonderful literature out there, but I had given up on seeking pleasure in it. So I was shocked when I picked up LTROI and couldn't put it down. Now my wife thinks I'm crazy -CRAZY ABOUT YOUR BOOKS! Woo! :D

I think I'm going to pick up Harbour next; or maybe Little Star -I haven't decided :think:
Well, the way I imagine it, Eli and Oskar are happy forever being vampires, working seasonally at a blood-bank with poor book-keeping skills.

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Re: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Post by Bustedstuff15 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:37 pm

John I just wanted to tell you what a great job you did on Harbour. Since reading Let The Right One In, no book has really swept me off my feet. I go through books and enjoy them but havnt really loved any of them. When I read Harbour something happened that hasnt happened in quite some time. I found myself up all hours of the night reading and when I wasnt reading I was thinking about the characters.

So thank you so much for what you have given to me and so many other people. In a way your stories have helped me to become a better person and I cant express what they mean to me.
There’s a darkness upon me that’s flooded in light

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Re: John Ajvide Lindqvist

Post by be-me-a-little » Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:00 pm

Happy Birthday John!
Thank you for all of your books and stories that have made all of us better people!
perhaps one did not want to be loved so much as to be understood

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