Guilt. Karin Fossum’s psychological novel, I Can See in the Dark, explores guilt. Riktor is both narrator and protagonist. Many readers will shiver as Riktor unravels his story. Fossum allows us to see the way that conscience operates, and how justice can be achieved. It can be disturbing to enter into the brain of a sociopath as this novel leads us, but I found it fascinating. Readers who can handle disturbing fiction are those most likely to enjoy the darkness in this finely written novel.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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