Blogs in April 2020

Migrations 13th April 2020

Franny Stone has always been a wanderer. By following the ocean’s tides and the birds that soar above, she can forget the losses that have haunted her life. But when the wild she loves begins to disappear, Franny can...

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Last Night in Nuuk 5th March 2020

Greenland’s capital city, Nuuk, is home to fewer than 18,000 people. It’s the cultural and economic center of a country that is sparsely populated, difficult to reach, and almost entirely covered by ice. Korneliussen takes us there through this...

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The Seagulls Laughter 7th December 2019

1973. Malik has always been something of a misfit. Born to a Greenlandic mother and an English-Explorer father, he has one eye of black and one of watery-blue. As a child his mother’s people refused to touch him and...

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The Girl Without Skin 25th September 2019

When a mummified Viking corpse is discovered in a crevasse out on the edge of an ice sheet, journalist Matthew Cave is sent to cover the story. The next day the mummy is gone, and the body of the...

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The Greenlanders 5th July 2019

A magnificent novel of fourteenth-century Greenland, here is a rich and fascinating detail about the day-to-day lives–the joys and innumerble hardships–of a remarkable people. It is also the compelling story of one family–the proud land-owner Asgeir Gunnarsson, his daughter...

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