Fredrik Backman

Britt-Marie Was Here

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From the bestselling author of the “charming debut” (People) A Man Called Ove and My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry, a heartwarming and hilarious story of a reluctant outsider who transforms a tiny village and a woman who finds love and second chances in the unlikeliest of places.Britt-Marie can't stand mess. She eats dinner at precisely the right time and starts her day at six in the morning because only lunatics wake up later than that. And she is not passive-aggressive. Not in the least. It's just that sometimes people interpret her helpful suggestions as criticisms, which is certainly not her intention. But at sixty-three, Britt-Marie has had enough. She finally walks out on her loveless forty-year marriage and finds a job in the only place she can: Borg, a small, derelict town devastated by the financial crisis. For the fastidious Britt-Marie, this new world of noisy children, muddy floors, and a roommate who is a rat…
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    Refiloe Masitahar delt en vurderingfor 4 år siden
    👍Værd at læse
    🌴God til stranden

    Loved it loved it loved it. Goodness had no idea baking soda had so many uses

    kristine traquena-lorhar delt en vurderingfor 4 år siden
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    so many uses of baking soda. hahahaha.

    Marina Zalahar delt en vurderingfor 4 år siden
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    😄Vildt sjov

    Nice and heattwarming story!


    Kooswardini Wulandarihar citeretfor 4 år siden
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    Kooswardini Wulandarihar citeretfor 4 år siden
    If a human being closes her eyes she can remember all the choices in her life. And realize they have all been for the sake of someone else.
    Kooswardini Wulandarihar citeretfor 4 år siden
    Death is powerlessness. Powerlessness is desperation. Desperate people choose desperate measures.

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