Stig Aasvik writes his life. The Death of the Year expands on the themes covered in his two most recent novels, The Lofoten Wall and The Mayor of Oslo. Once again, we are in Stig’s head. We read about childhood and grief, problems large and small – like combining cohabitation and parental responsibility with self-loathing and other acute existential challenges. As always, Aasvik’s gaze is honest, curious, sharp and dreamlike.
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