“God has the virtue that one can locate Him anywhere at all, in anything at all.” So says the rebel priest in the book, ‘Under The Glacier,’ written by Iceland’s only Nobel Laureate, Halldór Laxness. Published in 1968 as ‘Kristnihald undir Jökli,’ the novel was his first in eight years and became an immediate hit. In her introduction for the English version, Susan Sontag described it as every kind of novel at once and “one of the funniest books ever written.” - Steindór Grétar Jónsson
"Kristnihald undir jökli" is a classic Halldór Laxness at his finest and you can read in very soon if you buy it now!
All of these will be a Christmas gift, ask again in January 2023.