A moving and poetic story about loss,
about everything we mean to each other, and about to moving on.
“… a fantastic, playful ghost story …”
Maja Troberg Djuve, Dagbladet, 5/6 stars
“… a homage to the longing and a resistance against oblivion.”
Sindre Andersen, Klassekampen
“Rich and poetic about death’s place in the consumer society. Maria Kjos Fonn’s first children’s book endeavour to open the conversation about how we deal with death and memories in a way that both children and adults will benefit from reading the book.”
Maria Birkeland Olerud, Vårt Land
Liv’s grandmother is the best in the world at playing the piano, smoking, and cursing. When the grandmother dies and everybody forgets that she has ever lived, Liv must go to Memoria, the realm of the dead, to bring back her grandmother’s memory. Many dangers await in Memoria. Will Liv manage to get back alive?
With black and white illustrations by Skinkeape.