A red thread runs throughout Kjeldset's short stories. Whether it's the old lady going on a date, the children watching toads, or the middle-aged woman hiding in the basement on Halloween, they are all part of the same loose network that constitutes life.
Bound together by the metro, those who take it and those who drive it, the various characters are all connected.
In her first book for adults, Tania Kjeldseth writes beautiful and painful short stories – with an assured gaze and precise language, she encircles our lives.
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