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    Der große neue Roman von Fredrik Backman, Autor des Welterfolgs ›Ein Mann namens Ove‹. In Björnstadt halten die Menschen zusammen. Ihre Devise ist: hart​. Der PlatzBestseller aus Schweden. Verfilmt von den Machern von 'Ein Mann namens Ove'.»Fredrik Backman ist abermals ein echtes Meisterwerk gelungen. Über den Autor Fredrik Backman: Er gilt als einer der erfolgreichsten schwedischen Autoren: Carl Fredrik Backman, geboren in Stockholm und.

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    Carl Fredrik Backman ist ein schwedischer Schriftsteller und Blogger. wurde er in Schweden zum erfolgreichsten Autor gekürt. Carl Fredrik Backman (* 2. Juni in Stockholm) ist ein schwedischer Schriftsteller und Blogger. wurde er in Schweden zum erfolgreichsten Autor gekürt. Fredrik Backman ist mit über 10 Millionen verkauften Büchern einer der erfolgreichsten Schriftsteller Schwedens. Sein erster Roman >Ein Mann namens Ove<. Über den Autor Fredrik Backman: Er gilt als einer der erfolgreichsten schwedischen Autoren: Carl Fredrik Backman, geboren in Stockholm und. Fredrik Backman ist mit über 12 Millionen verkauften Büchern einer der erfolgreichsten Schriftsteller Schwedens. Sein erster Roman ›Ein. Der große neue Roman von Fredrik Backman, Autor des Welterfolgs ›Ein Mann namens Ove‹. In Björnstadt halten die Menschen zusammen. Ihre Devise ist: hart​. ›Britt-Marie‹ ist ein ungemein warmherziges Plädoyer für alle Außenseiter. Ein entschiedenes Signal für Toleranz und Mitmenschlichkeit. [ ]Fredrik Backman ist.

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    Der PlatzBestseller aus Schweden. Verfilmt von den Machern von 'Ein Mann namens Ove'.»Fredrik Backman ist abermals ein echtes Meisterwerk gelungen. Fredrik Backman ist mit über 10 Millionen verkauften Büchern einer der erfolgreichsten Schriftsteller Schwedens. Sein erster Roman >Ein Mann namens Ove<. Über den Autor Fredrik Backman: Er gilt als einer der erfolgreichsten schwedischen Autoren: Carl Fredrik Backman, geboren in Stockholm und.

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    I am going to be the opposite here. Okay, here I go! Let me start by saying, Beartown was my 1 book of , hands down. Vei - bok 1 by Sara Bergmark Elfgren.

    Quotes by Fredrik Backman. But she was color. All the color he had. But as the years go by, the facade worn, the wood cracks here and there, and you start to love this house not so much for all the ways it is perfect in that for all the ways it is not.

    You become familiar with all its nooks and crannies. How to avoid that the key gets stuck in the lock if it is cold outside.

    Which floorboards have some give when you step on them, and exactly how to open the doors for them not to creak. That's it, all the little secrets that make it your home.

    People live their whole lives as if it does not exist, and yet it's often one of the great motivations for living. Some of us, in time, become so conscious of it that we live harder, more obstinately, with more fury.

    Some need its constant presence to even be aware of its antithesis. Others become so preoccupied with it that they go into the waiting room long before it has announced its arrival.

    We fear it, yet most of us fear more than anything that it may take someone other than ourselves. For the greatest fear of death is always that it will pass us by.

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    Everyone remembers the stories their grandmother told them. But does everyone remember their grandmother flirting with policemen?

    Driving illegally? Breaking into a zoo in the middle of the night? Firing a paintball gun from a balcony in her dressing gown?

    Seven-year-old Elsa does. Some might call Elsa's granny 'eccentric', or even 'crazy'. Elsa calls her a superhero. And granny's stories, of knights and princesses and dragons and castles, are her superpower.

    Because, as Elsa is starting to learn, heroes and villains don't always exist in imaginary kingdoms; they could live just down the hallway.

    As Christmas draws near, even the best superhero grandmothers may have one or two things they'd like to apologise for. And, in the process, Elsa can have some breath-taking adventures of her own A must-read for fans of Rachel Joyces The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and Maria Semples Whered You Go, Bernadette Heartbreaking and hilarious in equal measure, the new novel by the author of the internationally bestselling phenomenon A Man Called Ove will charm and delight anyone who has ever had a grandmother.

    Everyone remembers the smell of their grandmothers house. Some might call Elsas granny eccentric, or even crazy. And grannys stories, of knights and princesses and dragons and castles, are her superpower.

    Because, as Elsa is starting to learn, heroes and villains dont always exist in imaginary kingdoms; they could live just down the hallway.

    As Christmas draws near, even the best superhero grandmothers may have one or two things theyd like to apologise for.

    And, in the process, Elsa can have some breath-taking adventures of her own. Cut-off from everywhere else it experiences the kind of isolation that tears people apart.

    Through one of the cracks. Either the bubble or you. His throat. His face. Small, tiny cracks everywhere.

    Now he only hurts in weird ways. Trolls get very small when we sleep. Like balloons, balloons also become very small when they sleep.

    The troll nods thoughtfully, as if this is very, very true. The troll looks very disappointed. Breakfast would have been nice. The troll nods, with his sorrow in its eyes.

    I know how sad you are. The troll is soft, its fur thick. Sebastian really likes the troll for that. Your weaknesses.

    Your inadequacies. Your monsters. Sebastian sees them at the horizon of the bubble. They wait for just a moment, just long enough for him to have time to be terrified.

    And then they come, everyone that hurts, every nameless terror, everything Sebastian has ever feared. Every monster from under every bed and every creature from the darkest rooms inside his head.

    Children always have so much more space inside them than grown-ups can take remembering. He feels their shadows and how cold they make everything.

    He can see it from here. And Sebastian almost jumps. Down there at the end of the falling down, maybe it will feel like it never hurt at all? Its paw is also soft.

    So he stays, and everything that hurts rushes straight through him, down into the abyss, laughing and howling.

    Sebastian stands at the edge, out of breath. You could for example see a balloon and be sure that someone dropped it, but it might actually have run away.

    Everything goes quiet. The bubble starts rocking, at first almost nothing at all but then almost immediately all at once.

    He wants to throw up, but the troll places its paw at the back of his neck and then for a long while it feels like Sebastian takes off and floats.

    All of a sudden Sebastian gets water up his nose. Then in his eyes. They both gasp for air. The sky disappears behind huge waves that pound and splash them on purpose, hurt them just because they can.

    Sebastian reaches his hand out and grabs its paw, an endless storm riding in over them. Sebastian disappears under the surface, just for a few moments or maybe an entire life, before he struggles his way back up again.

    A flock of huge grey birds hover over them. He shields himself with his arm, their sharp beaks cut long, deep, bleeding cuts in him. They land in a petrifying silence, impossible to trust.

    But at last Sebastian opens his eyes again and realises that the two of them are lying coughing and snorting in the sand on a beach.

    The sun slowly dries fur and skin. Sebastian sits up. Maybe it never rains at the bottom, maybe the sun always rests on you here, never too much and never too little.

    Surrounding the beach are high, smooth cliffs, impossible to climb. This is a paradise, at the bottom of a hole. Sebastian carefully opens his palms towards the small, bouncing flames to feel the heat.

    The wind tickles his ear. The troll points sadly to the fire. And set fire to the rope. Does everybody else hurt like this?

    I never laugh! Everybody normal laughs! Not you. Maybe someone broke it. One time someone broke my favourite breakfast plate. Maybe you just have to be.

    Slowly and carefully, with its most beautiful letters. Sebastian crawls up in it and falls asleep. From tiredness, not exhaustion. When they wake up the fire has gone out.

    Sebastian blinks at the sky. Sebastian stretches forward carefully and touches the rope. All the in-between.

    You get to choose that. When Sebastian looks out over the beach he sees a hundred thousand trolls. The other trolls walk toward him and disappear, one by one, all in through the same crack.

    Sebastian looks at his hands. One of the cracks closes up. Then another one. He holds the invisible scars against his cheek and wonders how you live with them instead of living in them.

    Then he closes his eyes again, sleeps all night there in the sand. He dreams. He drops the rope and it falls to the bottom, lands with a soft thud.

    He sits with his feet dangling over the edge and awaits the sound of rain against the roof of the bubble.

    A line in the sky, from top to bottom. Sebastian has to turn his head to the side until his neck sounds like bubble wrap before he finally realises what it is.

    A crack in the glass. Just the one. He can barely fit his hand through it. His mother touches his fingertips on the other side.

    When his mother whispers that she loves him, snow starts falling from the sky. One day when someone says something and maybe he laughs for the first time.

    Or when he laughs as if it were the first time, over and over again. Laughs as if someone a very, very long time ago found the laugh on the ground in a forest, broken to pieces after a storm, and brought it home and nursed it until the laugh was strong enough to be released into the wild again.

    And then it takes off from the rooftops, straight up towards the heavens, as if someone let go of a balloon to make it happy. Maybe, in a hundred thousand years.

    He blinks at the light, as the sunrise gently tugs at the clouds until the night lets go. Det här är en kort historia som jag skrev under december Den handlar om att ha ont.

    Texten ligger här tills vidare, eftersom jag inte riktigt vet vad jag ska göra med den än. Sebastian bor i en bubbla av glas.

    Till en början tyckte alla att glaset var problemet, men när han bott därinne tillräckligt länge beslutades det istället att det var Sebastian som var problemet.

    Vore inte det kul? Att han inte blev glad av att bli glad. De hade rätt. Pillerna fastnade och blockerade de sista öppningarna.

    Nu är det bara Sebastian härinne. Ibland kan inte hans föräldrar det heller. Tills han en kväll vaknar med päls i ögonen.

    Inget speciellt för att vara troll. Genom en av sprickorna. Sebastian visste inte ens att det fanns trösklar härinne. Glaset har blivit för tjockt, och allt som finns härinne gör för ont.

    Antingen bubblan eller du. De gör inte ont. Trollet nickar betänksamt som om detta är mycket, mycket sant. Trollet ser mycket besviket ut. Frukost hade varit trevligt.

    Trollet nickar med hans sorg i sina ögon. Jag vet hur ledsen du är. Trollet är mjukt, pälsen tjock. Sebastian tycker mycket om trollet för det.

    Dina svagheter. Dina otillräckligheter. Dina monster. Sebastian ser dem vid bubblans horisont. De väntar bara ett ögonblick, för att han ska hinna bli skräckslagen.

    De älskar när han blir det. Och sedan kommer de. Sebastian snurrar runt vid klippkanten med handflatorna öppna, som om han söker värme, och plötsligt känner han den faktiskt.

    Om han hoppar nu kommer han landa i en säng, mjuk och trygg och full av filtar i precis lagom dimension för att dra över en medelstor pojkes huvud.

    Och Sebastian hoppar nästan. Där nere i slutet av fallet kanske det kommer kännas som att det aldrig har gjort ont alls?

    Och allt som gör ont rusar rakt igenom honom, ner i avgrunden, skrattande och ylande. Allt blir tyst. Sedan rör sig Sebastians fötter, utan hans inblandning.

    Sedan i ögonen. Jag sa ju det, jag SA ju det!!! De slungas genom vattenmassor, ner i mörker, in i en vägg.

    Solen torkar sakta päls och hud. Sebastian sätter sig upp. Den är varm när han lyfter den i sina handflator, rinner runt mellan hans fingrar tills den hittar en väg mellan dem.

    Runt hela stranden finns höga, släta klippor, omöjliga att klättra uppför. Längs en av väggarna hänger ett rep, precis bredvid dess ände brinner en lägereld.

    Vinden kittlar hans öra.

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    It probably helps that my boys were youth hockey players, but I'm encouraging everyone to read it for its accurate descriptions of the human condition and the impact of sports on small communities.

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    Like you won the lottery. So, so lucky. That deep down you wish all of this was just a little smaller. Fewer people, less pressure, lower expectations.

    Just a little. Just so you could breathe. You forget your phone at home on purpose. Just to avoid having…meetings. And then you write another story but keep it…secret.

    Just to avoid questions. When can it be published? Do you like these cover ideas? Can you pick one right now? Can we change the title into something more commercial?

    Will you be doing interviews? Will you go on tv? Are you working on something else? When is it done? You should be fine.

    This should have happened to someone who deserved it. Someone writes about you on social media. Someone talks shit about you on the radio.

    You want them to know that you never fucking meant for any of this shit to get so big. You just wanted to write stories and make a living and go home.

    There are expectations and obligations now. You owe a lot of people a lot of things. They tell you to be grateful, and you are.

    You have tickets to a football game, but call your best friend and cancel. Nosebleeds, migraines, panic attacks. You sleep for two weeks.

    Your family and friends cancels everything on your schedule and sends you to a psychiatrist. You start over, trying to find yourself again. And you get help.

    You talk. You go back to the really dark corners of your brain and start trying to clean all of that shit up.

    I have zero reasons to feel sorry for myself. But depressions are not logical. Anxiety is not rational. And now? We saw sea lions and nine million dogs and had ice cream in four different states.

    Laughed a lot. It was a great adventure. I still love writing. And yeah, sometimes I really enjoy talking about my books. Trying to be a dad and a husband and a friend.

    Anxiety is like tiny iron weights in my blood, making me heavy, holding me down. They give me purpose and direction, I never had that before them.

    I have a team. They know exactly who I am but they still love me. And the world is full of dogs to play with and ice cream to eat.

    You keep fighting. You get back up. You treasure the great days and the good places. You do your best. Just your goddamn best.

    Eat the entire ice cream and hold on to who you love. One day at a time. It brings out your darkness. When I was 20 years old a really good friend of mine, someone very important to me, chose to end his life.

    So…this is the part where I ask your forgiveness. I know the internet is always supposed to be a discussion and an analysis and an argument, but maybe just this one time we can leave it at…silence?

    No comments. Just a thumbs up or down or a monkey emoji or something. No one messed me up, I was messed up to begin with.

    Call your doctor or a psychiatrist, see your school counselor, tell your friends, talk to your family, go online and look for support groups.

    Be happy in our own way. Some of us try to use it creatively, not to get an audience or fame or success but just to…silence the voices in our heads.

    And it all makes sense there, everything, just for a couple of moments. And there it is: Peace. Share the post "Something about the anxiety".

    This is a short story I wrote in December Sebastian lives in a bubble of glass. This is a problem, of course, on this everybody on the outside agrees.

    Glass bubbles are very impractical, for example in classrooms and at birthday parties. He sat close to the glass back then, reading the words off their lips.

    They were right. He wanted to tell them that it feels like feeling nothing, yet still it hurts.

    When the bubble still had tiny openings at the top they dropped down little pills, they said the pills were supposed to make the glass thinner but he thinks they might have misunderstood.

    The pills got stuck and blocked the last few openings. He can see their tears run slowly down the outside of the glass then, they sound like rain over rooftops.

    Sebastian knows that his parents wish that something awful had happened to him. Then he could be understood, maybe even fixed.

    He sometimes falls asleep in the afternoons, from exhaustion, not tiredness. Sleeps with shallow breaths and deep nightmares, just for a few minutes at a time.

    Until he wakes up one evening with fur in his eyes. Nothing special for a troll, but special since it is a troll, of course.

    Through one of the cracks. Either the bubble or you. His throat. His face. Small, tiny cracks everywhere. Now he only hurts in weird ways.

    Trolls get very small when we sleep. Like balloons, balloons also become very small when they sleep. The troll nods thoughtfully, as if this is very, very true.

    The troll looks very disappointed. Breakfast would have been nice. The troll nods, with his sorrow in its eyes. I know how sad you are.

    The troll is soft, its fur thick. Sebastian really likes the troll for that. Your weaknesses. Your inadequacies. Your monsters. Sebastian sees them at the horizon of the bubble.

    They wait for just a moment, just long enough for him to have time to be terrified. And then they come, everyone that hurts, every nameless terror, everything Sebastian has ever feared.

    Every monster from under every bed and every creature from the darkest rooms inside his head. Children always have so much more space inside them than grown-ups can take remembering.

    He feels their shadows and how cold they make everything. He can see it from here. And Sebastian almost jumps. Down there at the end of the falling down, maybe it will feel like it never hurt at all?

    Its paw is also soft. So he stays, and everything that hurts rushes straight through him, down into the abyss, laughing and howling. Sebastian stands at the edge, out of breath.

    You could for example see a balloon and be sure that someone dropped it, but it might actually have run away.

    Everything goes quiet. The bubble starts rocking, at first almost nothing at all but then almost immediately all at once.

    He wants to throw up, but the troll places its paw at the back of his neck and then for a long while it feels like Sebastian takes off and floats.

    All of a sudden Sebastian gets water up his nose. Then in his eyes. They both gasp for air. The sky disappears behind huge waves that pound and splash them on purpose, hurt them just because they can.

    Sebastian reaches his hand out and grabs its paw, an endless storm riding in over them. Sebastian disappears under the surface, just for a few moments or maybe an entire life, before he struggles his way back up again.

    A flock of huge grey birds hover over them. He shields himself with his arm, their sharp beaks cut long, deep, bleeding cuts in him.

    They land in a petrifying silence, impossible to trust. But at last Sebastian opens his eyes again and realises that the two of them are lying coughing and snorting in the sand on a beach.

    The sun slowly dries fur and skin. Sebastian sits up. Maybe it never rains at the bottom, maybe the sun always rests on you here, never too much and never too little.

    Surrounding the beach are high, smooth cliffs, impossible to climb. This is a paradise, at the bottom of a hole. Sebastian carefully opens his palms towards the small, bouncing flames to feel the heat.

    The wind tickles his ear. The troll points sadly to the fire. And set fire to the rope. Does everybody else hurt like this?

    I never laugh! Everybody normal laughs! Not you. Maybe someone broke it. One time someone broke my favourite breakfast plate.

    Maybe you just have to be. Slowly and carefully, with its most beautiful letters. Sebastian crawls up in it and falls asleep. From tiredness, not exhaustion.

    When they wake up the fire has gone out. Sebastian blinks at the sky. Sebastian stretches forward carefully and touches the rope. All the in-between.

    You get to choose that. When Sebastian looks out over the beach he sees a hundred thousand trolls.

    The other trolls walk toward him and disappear, one by one, all in through the same crack. Sebastian looks at his hands. One of the cracks closes up.

    Then another one. He holds the invisible scars against his cheek and wonders how you live with them instead of living in them.

    Then he closes his eyes again, sleeps all night there in the sand. He dreams. He drops the rope and it falls to the bottom, lands with a soft thud.

    He sits with his feet dangling over the edge and awaits the sound of rain against the roof of the bubble.

    A line in the sky, from top to bottom. Sebastian has to turn his head to the side until his neck sounds like bubble wrap before he finally realises what it is.

    A crack in the glass. Just the one. He can barely fit his hand through it. His mother touches his fingertips on the other side.

    When his mother whispers that she loves him, snow starts falling from the sky. One day when someone says something and maybe he laughs for the first time.

    Or when he laughs as if it were the first time, over and over again. Laughs as if someone a very, very long time ago found the laugh on the ground in a forest, broken to pieces after a storm, and brought it home and nursed it until the laugh was strong enough to be released into the wild again.

    And then it takes off from the rooftops, straight up towards the heavens, as if someone let go of a balloon to make it happy.

    Maybe, in a hundred thousand years. He blinks at the light, as the sunrise gently tugs at the clouds until the night lets go.

    Det här är en kort historia som jag skrev under december Den handlar om att ha ont. Texten ligger här tills vidare, eftersom jag inte riktigt vet vad jag ska göra med den än.

    Sebastian bor i en bubbla av glas. Till en början tyckte alla att glaset var problemet, men när han bott därinne tillräckligt länge beslutades det istället att det var Sebastian som var problemet.

    Vore inte det kul? Att han inte blev glad av att bli glad. De hade rätt. Pillerna fastnade och blockerade de sista öppningarna.

    Nu är det bara Sebastian härinne. Ibland kan inte hans föräldrar det heller. Tills han en kväll vaknar med päls i ögonen. Inget speciellt för att vara troll.

    Genom en av sprickorna. Sebastian visste inte ens att det fanns trösklar härinne. Glaset har blivit för tjockt, och allt som finns härinne gör för ont.

    Antingen bubblan eller du. De gör inte ont. Trollet nickar betänksamt som om detta är mycket, mycket sant. Trollet ser mycket besviket ut.

    Frukost hade varit trevligt. Trollet nickar med hans sorg i sina ögon. Jag vet hur ledsen du är. Trollet är mjukt, pälsen tjock.

    Sebastian tycker mycket om trollet för det. Dina svagheter. Dina otillräckligheter. Dina monster. Sebastian ser dem vid bubblans horisont.

    De väntar bara ett ögonblick, för att han ska hinna bli skräckslagen. De älskar när han blir det. Och sedan kommer de.

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