To Norway this time, with an international best seller.
One reader says “an astonishing work, one that generously rewards the open-hearted reader. Keep a pencil at hand to mark passages to be shared.”
Perhaps a welcome change of pace for some of us, as Esquire calls it “a masculine and spare story told with sentences stripped of emotion and literary pretense.”
- Amazon has the paperback for $10.
- The Sons of Norway have created a recipe box.