SÅ VAKKER DU ER (YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL) by Brynjulf Jung Tjønn is a novel about a boy on the brink of becoming a young man, all whilst another young man is fading away. This is a story that touches upon grabbing the chances life gives you - and the fact that one day, quite suddenly, there may be no more chances to grab.
Mari Moen Holsve won the ARK Prize for her first installment in the fantasy trilogy about HALVGUDENE (THE DEMIGODS). This autumn the trilogy was completed, and the sales numbers are impressive!
With her new book, KRIGEN (THE WAR), Gro Dahle gives a painful and strong insight into a divorce drama - as it might look from a child 's perspective.
What would our lives be like if we had tails? This is the topic writer Yulia Horst and illustrator Daria Rychkova explore in HALENS HISTORIE – an unusual picture book for readers of all ages.
“Intelligently plotted”, “elegantly invented”, “believable narratives”, “great passages”. All this has been said about the new novel from award-winning author, Chris Tvedt. DEN BLINDE GUDEN is the second crime novel about investigator Edvard Matre.
Britt Karin Larsen's previous four books about the people from the Forest of Finn were received with huge enthusiasm. The new novel in the series, DET SYNGER I LAUVET (THE LEAVES ARE SINGING), continues where Larsen left off last year.
Roy Jacobsen´s novel DE USYNLIGE (THE INVISIBLE) continues to do very well. Being among the top five bestselling novels since it was published in August, with amazing reviews and a nomination to the Booksellers´ Prize, DE USYNLIGE will surely be found under a lot of Christmas trees this season.
Torgrim Eggen´s new book follows the fate of Berlin from the fall of the Kaiser in 1918 to the present day. BERLIN – THE 20TH CENTURY´S CAPITAL is a portrait of a city and a work of modern cultural history.
Less than two months after publication, Tone Rørseth´s new book has been sold to two countries. BARE ULL offers a generous choice of 75 ideas of things to make for you and your home. You will be inspired to make small and large projects in wool and wool felt.
The popular designers have so far published five books, starting with JULEKULER (CHRISTMAS BAUBLES) in 2010. In August 2013 STRIKK FRA SETESDAL (KNITTING FROM SETESDAL) was published. And surely there will be more books!
Lars Saabye Christensen, one of Norway´s best loved writers, will be 60 on the 21st of September – an event that will be celebrated in style! All the media is covering the anniversary, and Cappelen Damm has seen it as a great opportunity to launch several of his works in new editions. Moreover, Lars has completed two new books which are due this autumn: STEDSANS (SENSE OF DIRECTION), a volume of short stories and ETTER KARNEVALET (AFTER THE CARNEVAL), a collection of poetry. We are also publishing a Festschrift and a book of selected poetry. In the following I would like to tell you about my own encounter with this dear author´s writing.
In RETTFERDIGHET ER BARE ET ORD (JUSTICE IS NO MORE THAN A WORD), award-winning author Kjetil Østli has collected a series of articles written during the legal proceedings against the terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. With this collection Østli has delivered some of the most thoughtful, painful as well as touching writing about the events of 22nd July 2011 so far.