The Gradual Disappearance of Jane Ashland by Nicolai Houm

The misadventures of a reader

A couple of years ago I went through a period where all I wanted to do was read fiction from super cold countries: Sweden, Iceland, Russia…You get what I am talking about. I feel absolutely head over heels with some of these author and the writing. There are days I think we all would like to disappear…..just get on a plane or in our car and leave our old lives behind. Nicolai Houm explores this idea in TheGradualDisappearanceofJaneAshland.

Synopsis: After a horrible incident Jane Ashland leaves the US to travel to Norway.

What I liked: The premise of the story is very good. I think it speaks to everyone who has gone through something horrible. But the story takes it to such a dark place. I really enjoyed how the story was like a story within a story. There was the story of what Jane was going through in Norway…

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