I haven't yet finished the book (have three more chapters to read) and I'm already writing a review! This book is a brilliant and extraordinary portrait of one man's view on Sweden both present and past. You have to be a native of Sweden to really be able to appreciate this book. It introduced me to a Sweden I remember so well (I grew up here in the Seventies) yet it taught me many things that I didn't know, about life in the factories and the truth about "Child A." The Swedish media seldom gave you all the details. It's a small country and one's personal integrity must at all cost be protected.
His portrait of a classless society was interesting. I grew up thinking there was no such… Read more