"Think of it as Kafka-meets-Billy Connolly, and you're almost there. Sly, intelligent and a pleasure for fans of philosophically inclined literature."
From Norwegian novelist and short-story writer Kjærstad, a gloomy investigation of how the past spills into the present, and why otherwise nice Norwegians would be moved to murder. This book is the second volume in the Wergeland trilogy.
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