Golden Cage […] keeps up a high tempo all the way through and is carried by a controlled, well-articulated rage over the state of things, over the doomed love that fells us all, and the helpless women who stay in their cages, refusing to see the contempt of their husbands. This is a style that suits Camilla Läckberg to a T, in a genre that has left the disdain behind.
Lotta Olsson, Dagens Nyheter
The latest Camilla Läckberg is more driven and contemporary […] The entertainment value is great, the final twist extremely striking.
Golden Cage is an entertaining page-turner that aims at really thrilling revenge drama.
Camilla Läckberg leaves Fjällbacka and enters the glamorous environment in Stockholm. In a smart thriller she portrays the degradation on an everyday level – and someone who finally strikes back. The culture writer Inger Melin is affected… Skillfully written and gruesomely comprehensible, like Agnes Lidbeck’s ‘Supporting Act’ (Finna sig) but set in a millionaire setting… It’s an updated ‘The Life and Loves of a She-Devil’… It’s very readable, driven. Camilla Läckberg has always been superb at creating redoubled excitement by telling the story in several timetables.
Topical, sharp and elegant… It’s believable and the story is skillfully told… When I get to the thrilling and magnificent ending I shudder.
In The Golden Cage, the newest thriller from Camilla Läckberg, trophy wife Faye […] takes revenge on her rich adulterous in a genius way.