Trans. Rebecca Alsberg. Albert Bonniers förlag, 190 pages (2)
the Final part in the brilliant trilogy that began with ”Contours” and was followed by ”Transit”.
Albert Bonniers förlag, 484 pages (3)
Strong portrait of the author Stig Ahlgren and his partner, the writer Birgit Tengroth.
”A system so magnificent that it dazzles”
Norstedts, 549 pages (1)
Responsive and infallsrik familjeroman where three siblings try to survive in a crumbling present.
”the Memories of the memory”
Trans. Nils Håkanson. Nirstedt, 567 pages (10)
A monumental memory work for our time by one of Russia's most influential, young intellectuals.
”All I had to learn”
Trans. Peter Staffansson. Nature & Culture, 196 pages (5)
Compelling autobiographical about growing up in a mormonfamilj totally cut off from the outside world.
”Nineteen women. Stories about the syrian resistance”
Trans. Marie Anell. Harpercollins, 269 pages (4)
the Shattering, but the necessary documentation of the victims of the brutal war in Syria.
Albert Bonniers förlag, 62 pages (7)
Elegisk naturlyrik with a conventional and strong element of science-fiction and criticism of civilization.
”I regret with all my heart it is where I may have done”
Nature & Culture, 252 pages (9)
Avsminkat and lovingly about the difficult relationship a narkomaniserad and morddömd dad.
”Who killed my father.”
Trans. Marianne Tufvesson. Wahlström & Widstrand, 89 pages (back on the list)
A burning personal anklagelseakt against a political system which is condemning many to perpetual poverty.
Trans. Inger Johansson. Books, 347 pages (6)
The american historian penetrate the darkness that had German family men to murder the 38 000 jews in Poland.
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