Ole Robert Sunde

I Feel Unwell
A Novel About Death

Grief. Death. Bach. The afterlife of the soul. An angel of the Lord and a metaphysical vessel. Read it yourself.

What happens when the person who has been the light of your life for more than forty years is brutally torn away by a merciless, agonising cancer? What are you left with? Sorrow. Loss. Memories. Longing. Despair. Thoughts of death, of the soul’s possible afterlife. A drift of swifts. Bach. An angel of God. A strange, equivocal, metaphysical vessel. A world in flux, one where all impossibilities become possible.

Ole Robert Sunde

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Robert Ole Sunde (b. 1952) made his debut in 1982 with On Your Heels. Since then he has published numerous novels and collections of essays and has been awarded both the Gyldendal Prize and the Aschehoug Prize. Sunde was nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize 2013 with The War was My Family's Story (2012) and for the Brage Prize 2017 with Penelope Is Ill.

Other titles

The War was my Family's Story (2012)
Penelope is Ill (2017)
Why is the Water so Wet? (2013)
Preservation (2010)

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Edited September 23, 2019 by Gyldendal Agency