She wants to be a responsible person and puts her Chanel purse for sale online for 50,000 kr. She practices driving in a red Audi with her mom in the back and her boyfriend in the passenger seat until the glass breaks. She stops taking happy pills and moves in with westside girl Mia, who teaches her that it's never not the right time to drink a little bit of wine. She's at a festival, in a tent with the wrong boy, in the wrong position, when it hits her: natural is a relative concept. Nora Lindblad's debut book Hold the Elevator is comical, direct and true to life. The young people we meet in the novel are strong-willed, demanding, desperate, horny and persevering.
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