Selma is the best and the worst. She can hardly go anywhere without Selma. Selma is like her closest friend and worst enemy rolled into one. Selma is a voice that follows her almost constantly. Even to the psychologist’s office. She dreads team building at work, and at the very least with drinks afterwards. She would rather sit at home and eat bread rolls with her mom and dad. Without Selma.
With a unique doggedness and intensity, Andersen writes about a young woman who has her boundaries pushed in a disturbing way. Andersen’s second novel, In Case of Fire, is about bad influence, boundaries, breakdowns, self-love and possibly even new love.
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