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The Morning Star: A Novel (udgave 2021)

af Karl Ove Knausgaard (Forfatter)

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Titel:The Morning Star: A Novel
Forfattere:Karl Ove Knausgaard (Forfatter)
Info:Penguin Press (2021), 688 pages
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The writing is excellent and the characters intriguing (though not in a likable way). I loved the essay-within-a-book at the end that made the book make a lot more sense. I wish the book had opened with it, because the rest of the book was convoluted, confusing and kind of a mess. Too many characters, not enough time with each, and the mixing in of various dead people vs dreams left me totally disoriented. Probably the point, but just couldn't really get into it. I spent most of the book worrying about the children (and the pets, for that matter). ( )
  Seagirl207 | Oct 30, 2021 |
Something out of control and unpredictable is going on.

“The Morning Star” is about people who are alike and yet are very different at the same time. The book is well organized and takes place over two days, each section labeled. Within each day, detailed accounts revolve around the activities of specific well-defined, diverse, and complex characters. They share thoughts, fears, and opinions; readers get to know them well. Everyday activities and encounters with family and friends seem to be friendly, but they have an undercurrent of trouble, sometimes unstated, but at other times overt and open. Gossip, suspicion, and insinuations abound.

The narrative paints pictures with words. “The only light left in the landscape came from the shining moon, spectral in its reflection on the surface of the bay.” However, into this idyllic setting, a “celestial phenomenon” arrives. An expert from the university says it is most likely a supernova. But no matter the label, it is something out of control, something volatile, and something dreadful. Birds start singing strangely, and other animals become unpredictable. Death is all around.

“The Morning Star” is a modern gothic tale. It is the story of ordinary families and friends, going about their daily activities. However, something else very different, very strange is going on as well. The story is filled with people whose very beliefs are challenged. The book is long; the plot moves slowly but with purpose, and I anxiously turned every page, wondering what would be next. I received a review copy of “The Morning Star” from Karl Ove Knausgaard, Martin Aitken who translated it from Norwegian, Penguin Press, and Random House LLC. It is compelling and haunting. ( )
  3no7 | Oct 7, 2021 |
En spännande och som vanligt välskriven roman om 9 personer skildrade i jagform i avgränsade avsnitt/noveller. Alla personerna har anknytning till Bergen och deras liv hakar på ett eller annat sätt in i varandra. Morgonstjärnan, som alluderar till Bibeln, är både hotfull/Lucifer och inger hopp. Övernaturliga skildringar av fenomen i naturen och djurriket är kanske ett inlägg i klimatfrågan. ( )
  Humila | Apr 29, 2021 |
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If you can imagine HP Lovecraft having studied German romanticism, throw in some Emmanuel Carrère-style theological musings, some Jo Nesbø-ish gore, and set it all in the forested backdrop of Norway, then that might give something of the unusual flavour of this unclassifiable book.
tilføjet af Nevov | RedigerThe Observer, Andrew Anthony (Oct 10, 2021)
 

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