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The Morning Star: the new novel from the author of My Struggle

by Karl Ove Knausgaard

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Published 30th September 2021, 688 pages
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The breathtaking new novel from the internationally bestselling author of My Struggle

‘Knausgaard is among the finest writers alive .’ New York Times

One long night in August, Arne and Tove are staying with their children in their summer house in southern Norway. Kathrine, a priest, is flying home from a Bible seminar, questioning her marriage. Journalist Jostein is out drinking for the night, while his wife, Turid, a nurse at a psychiatric care unit, is on a nightshift when one of her patients escapes.

Above them all, a huge star suddenly appears blazing in the sky. It brings with it a mysterious sense of foreboding.

Strange things start to happen as nine lives come together under the star. Hundreds of crabs amass on the road as Arne drives at night; Jostein receives a call about a death metal band found brutally murdered in a Satanic ritual; Kathrine conducts a funeral service for a man she met at the airport - but is he actually dead?

The Morning Star is about life in all its mundanity and drama, the strangeness that permeates our world, and the darkness in us all. Karl Ove Knausgaard’s astonishing new novel goes to the utmost limits of freedom and chaos, to what happens when forces beyond our comprehension are unleashed, and the realms of the living and the dead collide.

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The Morning Star: the new novel from the author of My Struggle
by Karl Ove Knausgaard

ISBN
9781910701713

Publisher
Vintage Publishing

Binding
Hardback

Publication date
Sept. 30, 2021

Dimensions
24.0cm x 16.2cm x 5.6cm

Page count
688 pages