"Johan Croneman read Eric rosén's painful biography"
"It hurts, already after a few pages, and it hurts in that way that hurts the most – the one where the pain and the darkness that moves inward. That will remain, for always."
"the Physical pain we remember most as the one: ”It made terrible pain, it was unbearable”, but remember the do it first the next time it pops up again, really. If it does."
"His father has never ever shown any violent tendencies, never beaten, never threatened – now he has set forty stab at an old friend"
"Eric Rosén bear his cross, forever, the grief of a beloved father who wanted to but couldn't (or could, but not wanted) – and when he shares the grief with us so he feels hopefully a little bit better, we others are helping him a little by reading us through his life."
"the Idea is pretty good, right? Pain relief through sharing."
"Eric's dad is alkis, stoners, tablettmissbrukare. Eric's life is not even original. There is a distance between mom and dad already in the koltåldern, he travels from a mother who protects and is doing everything she can (but she can't all the time, and she can not in the long run, and no one should blame her for it), and a dad who actually (and very early) makes it clear to Eric and the surroundings that he will always give priority to the bottle, the needle and the recipes. But he loves them anyway."
"the Father kills one of his best friends in a fyllebråk, Eric is a teenager, and ”the 62-year-old” (as he is called in the press) is sentenced to a long prison sentence."
"Eric loves his father, both before, during and after. The father remembers that I said nothing of the murder. The tragedy is of the classic Greek format. "
"Eric are constantly looking for explanations, a good defense: His dad has never ever shown any violent tendencies, never beaten, never threatened – now he has set forty stab wounds in an old friend, and with yourself, as well as most of the people that know him, hard to believe that it is true."
"It is not an easy little trip, and Eric tries everything, can be a bit pessimistic to say that nothing works, the father goes to perdition (with some dignity), and Eric refuses to stop loving him. His incurable love is the book's most important chapter. And the most beautiful."
"at the same time the most incomprehensible and the most comforting."
"Eric Rosén has chosen to be the right osentimental, despite the many and very great emotion, his prose is straight and clear, and sometimes with the right blodfattig (my only minimal objection), but I think on the other hand, it only serves his narrative. He is a little chilly in his simple observation, one can perhaps take a step before you go down into the känslopjunket ... ?!"
"He has asked himself, in so far as possible in order to not kleta down his story, and he makes it much more creditable than you can ask for."
"I have tried berättau002Fskriva about my own dad a few times – I've gone away completely in my own self pity, my nostalgia and sentimentality. The distance is terribly difficult to keep and master."
"Eric Rosén writes without self-pity, it is the absolute best with his way of writing. He is the literary nyrakad, and just baddat itself and the text with just enough Old spice. It keeps him alive in the writing moment. In some strange way, he still give himself a little hope, and all the rest of us, likewise. It feels like a gift."
"He grows up in a miljonprogram area, thinks to herself about nothing, predicts and anticipates (wrongly) that he is doomed to the same destruction as her beloved dad, he does his best to also experimenting with drugs and supa and småpunda. "
"It is slightly depressed to see that when the total change and the transformation is done so is the right randomly, yes, how he himself takes out of the and take up and begins a long ceremony."
"Letters from a father to Eric during the long period of her imprisonment is both beautiful and fragile and disclosure. "
"I can accommodate purely personal and deepest understanding of his father's livspessimism – but can you (he), and you get, really tell me about it, and describe it, for its children?"
"Can any single parent certainly explain what that is just enough to tell their children? And how old should they be to withstand the whole truth – or want your kids may never know?"
"Had Eric Rosén-wished for another dad?"
"Yes, of course he did, several times. And yet he would, on the thousand chances, choose the he got and the one he had."
"Eric Rosen works for the newspaper Aftonbladet. Therefore, the reviewed book by Johan Croneman, critics of Today's News. "
"I regret with all my heart it is where I may have done."