Linn Ullmann The Cold Song

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The Cold Song

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"The story of a family, in a class of its own." --Solvi Waerhaug, "VG"

"A story that lives and breathes. The novel can be interpreted as an attempt to understand the patterns in our lives: what has shaped us and why we do what we do. Ullmann writes about human relationships with near psychological X-ray vision. She scrutinizes the most wretched and painful sides of our existence, holding them up to the light and pressing our tender spots with her gentle touch." --Ellen Sofie Lauritzen, "Dagsavisen"

"Linn Ullmann's precise and distinctive prose is the stuff that makes a novel come alive." --Andreas Wiese, "Dagbladet"

"World-class literary craft." --Bjarne Tveiten, "Faedrelandsvennen"

""The Cold Song "is a fluid, shape-shifting novel, a family saga that turns into an erotically charged drama and then takes a darker turn into the terrain of a murder mystery. Linn Ullmann is an unusually talented and sympathetic writer, able to inhabit a wide range of characters and bring them all vividly to life." --Tom Perrotta, author of "Nine Inches: Stories "and "The Leftovers"
"In "The Cold Song, "Linn Ullmann explores the events surrounding a young woman's murder in brief, haunting flashes that imbue the intimacies and betrayals of family life with the brooding magic of a Grimm's fairy tale. This delicate, mesmerizing work attests to Ullmann's vast storytelling powers." --Jennifer Egan, winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award
""The Cold Song" is a wonderful book, like a family album made by a photographer who really cares for his subjects. I love the way Ullmann deals with time and perspective. Her complete freedom to jump from one character to the next and back and forth in time holds the book together as one big picture of a somehow dysfunctional and still completely normal family--a family I loved to spend time with. I admire her ability to slip into the characters of men, women, and children with ease and make them completely believable--the philandering Jon is a masterpiece. The book has the light but also the weight of a Bergman film. It doesn't offer easy solutions but still has a kind of healing power." --Peter Stamm, finalist for the Man Booker International Prize 2013 and author of "We're Flying "and" Seven Years"
"Contrary to popular belief, a death is not merely an end but the beginning of a story. The death in "The Cold Song" opens a Pandora's box of human emotions, conflicts and deceptions. Readers of this novel will be reminded of the joys and complexities of living. Memories, laughter, gestures, trivialities--everything casts a shadow, and nothing leaves us safe. Linn

"Ullmann's voice on the page is a lean, tough-minded thing, scrubbed and scoured of sentimentality straight through to the final, Carveresque pages, in which she pulls off an 11th- hour radiance, a tonal shift from minor to major key. The novel's charm lies in these idiosyncratic glints, these glimmers of queer wit, uncensored scorn or sudden, unstinting sympathy." --"New York Times Book Review
"
"Ullmann's rural Norway is an unfussy place, eloquent for its starkness, much like the spare language she paints it with. Her stage is less about physical place than mood and one's place in the familial symmetry. While much happens in this novel, the events feel secondary. The prose is taut, yet the pace is languid as summer in that before-the-storm tension...The real achievement of this novel is Ullmann's gift to imbue the tension of a thriller via the unease of the mundane...Yes, a murder occurs, but "The Cold Song" is more a mystery in the way most families tend to be mysteries unto themselves." --"Minneapolis Star Tribune
"
"""Disturbingly tangled and riveting Norwegian fiction...Linn Ullmann's "The Cold Song "reads like a cross between a psychological thriller and a grim fairy tale, the kind that takes place in a big house haunted by angry parents, lonely children and secrets ranging from the ordinary to the catastrophic." --"More "
"[A] dark, lyrical novel with a firecracker of a beginning...Ullmann...is a forceful, exquisite talent." --"Oprah.com"
"The fifth novel by an award-winning Norwegian author and critic deserves to win her a much larger stateside readership." --"Kirkus Reviews "(starred review)
"Intriguing...Ullmann teeters between dark comedy of manners and genuine psychological thriller, but she consistently captures the telling moments in everyday encounters, and writes seductively complex characters." --"Publishers Weekly
"
"A deeply moving story of troubled relationships and unsettled memories." --"Booklist.com
"
""The Cold Song "doesn't so much unfold as it "revolves," around the sudden disappearance of Milla, the young and beautiful summer nanny hired to take care of Siri and Jon's two children. The real 'meat' of the novel rests in its keen and unflinching exposure of the inner lives of its characters, revealed in brief spurts of narrative that shift back and forth in time. The result is riveting." --"Bookpage
"
"Ullmann deftly slips beneath the skin of her characters, depicting their wounds and worries in subtle gradations of tone and texture. "The Cold Song" remains a captivating, hybrid book." --"SFGate.com"
"In her latest heart-stopper, internationally bestselling author Ullmann, (who lives in Oslo), combines a mysterious murder with a razor-sharp eye for family relationships." --"Reader's Digest
"
"In "The Cold Song, "Linn Ullmann explores the events surrounding a young woman's murder in brief, haunting flashes that imbue the intimacies and betrayals of family life with the brooding magic of a Grimm's fairy tale. This delicate, mesmerizing work attests to Ullmann's vast storytelling powers." --Jennifer Egan, winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award
""The Cold Song" is a wonderful book, like a family album made by a photographer who really cares for his subjects....The book has the light but also the weight of a Bergman film. It doesn't offer easy solutions but still has a kind of healing power." --Peter Stamm, finalist for the Man Booker International Prize 2013 and author of "We're Flying "and" Seven Years
"
""The Cold Song" recounts the unfolding of a large tragedy that has already happened--the mysterious disappearance of Milla, an adolescent girl--while also showing the smaller tragedy of a faltering marriage. Combining the tension of a whodunit with the subtlety of a domestic drama, Ullmann's riveting novel is measured, impeccably observed, and utterly chilling." --Rebecca Mead, author of "My Life in Middlemarch
"
""The Cold Song "is a fluid, shape-shifting novel, a family saga that turns into an erotically charged drama and then takes a darker turn into the terrain of a murder mystery. Linn Ullmann is an unusually talented and sympathetic writer, able to inhabit a wide range of characters and bring them all vividly to life." --Tom Perrotta, author of "Nine Inches: Stories "and "The Leftovers
"
"Contrary to popular belief, a death is not merely an end but the beginning of a story. The death in "The Cold Song" opens a Pandora's box of human emotions, conflicts and deceptions. Readers of this novel will be reminded of the joys and complexities of living. Memories, laughter, gestures, trivialities--everything casts a shadow, and nothing leaves us safe. Linn Ullmann has mastered the art of seeing into the dark mysteries that make us who we are." --Yiyun Li, award-winning author of "The Vagrants "and "Kinder Than Solitude
"
"Linn Ullmann's "The Cold Song "is a haunting novel about all the ways we endeavor to love and be loved, and the many mistakes we can make while trying. It's suspenseful and beautifully written and so absorbing that I could not put it down. When I finished reading it, I remained in a state of awe." --Vendela Vida, author of "The Lovers "and "Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name
"
"["The Cold Song" is] a psychological tour de force--not a beat wrong. The ending crept up on me, so quiet and unexpected. It's a brilliant scene, with everybody locked in character--in the "huit clos" finality of character--and it hits you the minute you put the book down. I stayed up half last night finishing it, and now I'm sitting bleary-eyed at my desk, paying for the pleasure." --Jane Kramer, author of "Europeans "and "The Politics of Memory
"
""The Cold Song" is a superb psychological mystery and a must for anyone who enjoys the genre. The writing is excellent. The switches between the time of the murder, the discovery of the body, and subsequent developments are many, but they fit together seamlessly. Highly recommended." --John A. Broussard, "I Love A Mystery"

A "New York Times Book Review" Notable Book of 2014
"Ullmann's voice on the page is a lean, tough-minded thing, scrubbed and scoured of sentimentality straight through to the final, Carveresque pages, in which she pulls off an 11th- hour radiance, a tonal shift from minor to major key. The novel's charm lies in these idiosyncratic glints, these glimmers of queer wit, uncensored scorn or sudden, unstinting sympathy." --"New York Times Book Review
""Ullmann is very good at evoking the peculiar, charged stasis of a household in which mentally active and intellectually vital people are resolutely failing to communicate with each other--the loneliness of communality, in short. She is a very exact writer, who is unsparing of her characters: a tonic, sharp, lyrical, intelligent novelist who deserves to be better-known in English." --"The New Yorker Page-Turner Blog""Ullmann's rural Norway is an unfussy place, eloquent for its starkness, much like the spare language she paints it with. Her stage is less about physical place than mood and one's place in the familial symmetry. While much happens in this novel, the events feel secondary. The prose is taut, yet the pace is languid as summer in that before-the-storm tension...The real achievement of this novel is Ullmann's gift to imbue the tension of a thriller via the unease of the mundane...Yes, a murder occurs, but "The Cold Song" is more a mystery in the way most families tend to be mysteries unto themselves." --"Minneapolis Star Tribune
"
"""Disturbingly tangled and riveting Norwegian fiction...Linn Ullmann's "The Cold Song "reads like a cross between a psychological thriller and a grim fairy tale, the kind that takes place in a big house haunted by angry parents, lonely children and secrets ranging from the ordinary to the catastrophic." --"More "
"[A] dark, lyrical novel with a firecracker of a beginning...Ullmann...is a forceful, exquisite talent." --"Oprah.com"
"The fifth novel by an award-winning Norwegian author and critic deserves to win her a much larger stateside readership." --"Kirkus Reviews "(starred review)
"Intriguing...Ullmann teeters between dark comedy of manners and genuine psychological thriller, but she consistently captures the telling moments in everyday encounters, and writes seductively complex characters." --"Publishers Weekly
"
"A deeply moving story of troubled relationships and unsettled memories." --"Booklist.com
"
""The Cold Song "doesn't so much unfold as it "revolves," around the sudden disappearance of Milla, the young and beautiful summer nanny hired to take care of Siri and Jon's two children. The real 'meat' of the novel rests in its keen and unflinching exposure of the inner lives of its characters, revealed in brief spurts of narrative that shift back and forth in time. The result is riveting." --"Bookpage
"
"Ullmann deftly slips beneath the skin of her characters, depicting their wounds and worries in subtle gradations of tone and texture. "The Cold Song" remains a captivating, hybrid book." --"SFGate.com"
"In her latest heart-stopper, internationally bestselling author Ullmann, (who lives in Oslo), combines a mysterious murder with a razor-sharp eye for family relationships." --"Reader's Digest
"
"In "The Cold Song, "Linn Ullmann explores the events surrounding a young woman's murder in brief, haunting flashes that imbue the intimacies and betrayals of family life with the brooding magic of a Grimm's fairy tale. This delicate, mesmerizing work attests to Ullmann's vast storytelling powers." --Jennifer Egan, winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award
""The Cold Song" is a wonderful book, like a family album made by a photographer who really cares for his subjects....The book has the light but also the weight of a Bergman film. It doesn't offer easy solutions but still has a kind of healing power." --Peter Stamm, finalist for the Man Booker International Prize 2013 and author of "We're Flying "and" Seven Years
"
""The Cold Song" recounts the unfolding of a large tragedy that has already happened--the mysterious disappearance of Milla, an adolescent girl--while also showing the smaller tragedy of a faltering marriage. Combining the tension of a whodunit with the subtlety of a domestic drama, Ullmann's riveting novel is measured, impeccably observed, and utterly chilling." --Rebecca Mead, author of "My Life in Middlemarch
"
""The Cold Song "is a fluid, shape-shifting novel, a family saga that turns into an erotically charged drama and then takes a darker turn into the terrain of a murder mystery. Linn Ullmann is an unusually talented and sympathetic writer, able to inhabit a wide range of characters and bring them all vividly to life." --Tom Perrotta, author of "Nine Inches: Stories "and "The Leftovers
"
"Contrary to popular belief, a death is not merely an end but the beginning of a story. The death in "The Cold Song" opens a Pandora's box of human emotions, conflicts and deceptions. Readers of this novel will be reminded of the joys and complexities of living. Memories, laughter, gestures, trivialities--everything casts a shadow, and nothing leaves us safe. Linn Ullmann has mastered the art of seeing into the dark mysteries that make us who we are." --Yiyun Li, award-winning author of "The Vagrants "and "Kinder Than Solitude
"
"Linn Ullmann's "The Cold Song "is a haunting novel about all the ways we endeavor to love and be loved, and the many mistakes we can make while trying. It's suspenseful and beautifully written and so absorbing that I could not put it down. When I finished reading it, I remained in a state of awe." --Vendela Vida, author of "The Lovers "and "Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name
"
"["The Cold Song" is] a psychological tour de force--not a beat wrong. The ending crept up on me, so quiet and unexpected. It's a brilliant scene, with everybody locked in character--in the "huit clos" finality of character--and it hits you the minute you put the book down. I stayed up half last night finishing it, and now I'm sitting bleary-eyed at my desk, paying for the pleasure." --Jane Kramer, author of "Europeans "and "The Politics of Memory
"
""The Cold Song" is a superb psychological mystery and a must for anyone who enjoys the genre. The writing is excellent. The switches between the time of the murder, the discovery of the body, and subsequent developments are many, but they fit together seamlessly. Highly recommended." --John A. Broussard, "I Lo...

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One of the New York Times Book Review's 100 Notable Books of 2014!

Ullmann's characters are complex and paradoxical: neither fully guilty nor fully innocent

Siri Brodal, a chef and restaurant owner, is married to Jon Dreyer, a famous novelist plagued by writer's block. Siri and Jon have two daughters, and together they spend their summers on the coast of Norway, in a mansion belonging to Jenny Brodal, Siri's stylish and unforgiving mother.

Siri and Jon's marriage is loving but difficult, and troubled by painful secrets. They have a strained relationship with their elder daughter, Alma, who struggles to find her place in the family constellation. When Milla is hired as a nanny to allow Siri to work her long hours at the restaurant and Jon to supposedly meet the deadline on his book, life in the idyllic summer community takes a dire turn. One rainy July night, Milla disappears without a trace. After her remains are discovered and a suspect is identified, everyone who had any connection with her feels implicated in her tragedy and haunted by what they could have done to prevent it.

The Cold Song is a story about telling stories and about how life is continually invented and reinvented.

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