Stolen in Rave Review from Westdeutscher Rundfunk
Ann-Helén Laestadius bestselling novel Stolen has recieved a rave review from German radio station Westdeutscher Rundfunk:
“It’s very rare that a book enthralls me that much starting with its very first page. Ann-Helén Laestadius tells the intriguing story of Elsa, a story in which she interweaves almost unnoticeably the multiple problems that threaten the culture and impressive tradition of the Sami. /…/ Everybody who’s interested in the Sami culture and the world of animals inhabiting the utmost north of Scandinavia must read this book. /…/ The novel is also a glowing counterpart to the increasing number of novels that treat the salvation of nature in a romanticizing way.”
Stolen was published in Germany by Hoffmann & Campe on October 4th.