A provocative and cinematic tale of isolation, friendship, the uses of sex and the art of finding salvation in the most unexpected of places
Gudrun Eva Minervudottir born in 1976, was raised in various villages around Iceland, and spent her youth bartending and studying. A professional writer since the age of 22, she lives in Reykjavik with her husband, film maker Marteinn Thorsson, and daughter Minerva Marteinsdottir. This is her first book to be translated into English.
A strange compelling experiment... a clever, amusing novel that
plays with ideas about the boundary between the real and the
artificial and the begs profound questions about loneliness and the
human condition. - **** "Metro"
An affecting exploration of loneliness and detachment - "Financial Times""