An Honest Life in rave review from Sydsvenskan
Joakim Zander’s An Honest Life has received a rave review from Swedish daily newspaper Sydsvenskan:
“As a writer, Zander moves in the same territory as Stieg Larsson, or rather David Lagercrantz, who picked up the ’Millennium’-flag after Larsson’s death. Not only because Lisbet Salander is so clearly reflected in Max as a character, but because of the [novel’s] very romantic characteristic. (…) Zander expertly captures youth’s toilsome oscillation between the overestimation of self and feelings of worthlessness, identity confusion and thrill-seeking.”
An Honest Life was published in Sweden by Wahlström & Widstrand on April 5th.