Ebbs & Flows (Innbundet)


Kristian S. Hæggernes

Norwegian title: Flo & fjære
Binding: Innbundet
Year: 2022
Pages: 240
Publisher: Cappelen Damm
Språk: Bokmål
ISBN/EAN: 9788202762667
Kategori: Literature and Fiction
Overview Flo & fjære

To ten-year-old Daniel the summer holidays at the family’s cabin by the sea is one of the highlights of the year. There he can safely play with his Lego without other children making fun of him, and he gets to spend a lot of time with his grandpa, who he hasn’t seen much this year since his grandpa has been very ill.

His big sister and cousins are sleeping in a tent in the garden. They’re preoccupied with the handsome boy at the gas station and live in a different world from Daniel, a world he isn’t very curious about anyway. He’s more interested in his Lego-people, who have travelled from the castle they live in in his room, to explore the forest around the cabin.

But this summer there are boys around his own age in the neighbouring cabin. And a little girl is stranded on a reef and must be rescued. Daniel prefers being on the water over being in the water. But why does his mother yell at his grandpa when he’s going for a swim? And is Daniel allowed to adopt the cat a woman asks if he wants?

Ebbs & Flows is a novel about the possibilities and limitations of childhood, and about the incipient realisation that it can’t last forever.

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Reviews Flo & fjære

«Kristian Hæggernes har laga eit nært og fint portrett av ein gløgg og kjenslevar gut.»

Odd W. Surén, Dag og Tid

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Author Kristian S. Hæggernes

Kristian S. Hæggernes (b. 1972) saw his first collection of poetry The Weight of Falling Shadow published in 2004, and has since published a number of books within different genres. He has studied at the Writers Academy in Bergen, and works as a mentor for young writers at Trafo.no. His poetry has been published in a number of magazines.
Hæggernes is currently a member of the Norwegian literary council.

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