Author(s): Carolina Setterwall
'I think the world should read it' LISA TADDEO, AUTHOR OF THREE WOMEN
A Guardian Book of the Year
After the unexpected death of her partner, Carolina Setterwall found herself bereft and rudderless at thirty-six, faced with the seemingly impossible task of raising her son alone.
In this remarkable Swedish memoir about grief and guilt, memory and intimacy, she explores the nature of bereavement itself o the difficulty of learning to live with the ones we love, and the trials of living without them.
'The most compelling book I've read in years' The Times
'It's impossible not to draw comparisons with Karl Ove Knausgaard. I absolutely loved it' Evening Standard
'Every spare, controlled sentence has the ring of truth. Gripping' Daily Mail