An Honest Life praised by Göteborgs-Posten
Joakim Zander’s latest book An Honest Life was praised in this recent review from Swedish daily newspaper Göteborgs-Posten:
“There is a momentum that makes the novel difficult to put down. The suspense is particularly present in our protagonist’s reflections, choices and insecurity. His desperate hunt for identity and community determines his existence and it is a breathless experience to stand on the sidelines and watch him cross the line. The mileus are skillfully depicted, such as the ‘You got male’- dinner with he rich dudes ordering catering from Grand Hotel while the small-town boy is stuck doing the dishes – or, for that matter, the anarchist group’s dinners in the professor’s town house.”
An Honest Life was published in Sweden by Wahlström & Widstrand on April 5th.