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IMPAC Winner Per Petterson's second novel - the stark, poignant tale of the bond between a brother and ...
Per Petterson was born in Oslo in 1952 and worked for several years as an unskilled labourer, a bookseller, a writer and a translator until he made his literary debut in 1987 with the short story collection Ash in My Mouth, Sand in My Shoes, which was widely acclaimed by critics. He made his literary breakthrough in 2003 with the novel Out Stealing Horses, which has been translated into 40 languages so far and won many prizes, including the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award and the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize.
A moving tale about feelings of isolation and of the painful loss of innocence and of traditional ways of life gone for ever.
A powerful and heart-rending novel based on Per Petterson's personal tragedy of losing many of his family in the sinking of the Estonia
IMPAC Winner Per Petterson's second novel - the stark, poignant tale of the bond between a brother and sister.
A haunting literary masterpiece by the bestselling and prize-winning author of Out Stealing Horses
The brilliant and moving story of a young man's life from the author of the prizewinning Out Stealing Horses.