Stolen Lauded in Danish Berlingske
Ann-Helén Laestadius bestselling novel Stolen has recieved a rave review from Danish newspaper Berlingske:
“Laestadius paints a nuanced picture of the Swedish Sámi culture, where traditional gender roles are strong, and it is difficult for women to assert themselves as anything other than housewives, and where the rigidity is not much better than in the society outside. She also has an eye for the human being behind the image of the loathed poacher, and her portrayal of the dementia-stricken grandmother is bitter-sweet and beautiful.”
Stolen was published in Denmark by Alpha Forlag on August 30th.