“Thumbs up for Liv Gulbrandsen. Her way of writing is like a fountain.”
Anne Cathrine Straume, NRK
A funny and absurd novel with a painful undertone.
June’s father is dead. At the funeral, she finds out that her father has been cheating on her mother. June’s world darkens. She starts writing letters. To her father’s mistress, the police, the manager at the shopping mall, and her neighbor, who for that matter seems to buy endless amounts of guinea pigs, and she gets quite familiar with the local police.