In the winter of 2011, Linnéa reluctantly sees the psychiatrist Finn to talk about her depressions. It doesn’t mean things can ever change. Or?
«All of a sudden I started crying. Tears were running down my face and onto the keyboard, without permission and forewarning they did this – and I had to close the laptop to focus solely on crying.
The distance between silence and crying is too short. All these tears I had saved up all this time, poured down my face and tore apart everything I had built up. I would probably have to start over from the beginning. And I wasn’t even sure what beginning that would be.»
The novel Forever Sunday plays out during the course of a year in Linnéa Myhres life. The book is a strong and very open portrait of a young woman.