HE is from New Jersey.
She is from Oslo.
They meet in New York in the late 1950s.
They fall in love.
They get married and move to Asbury Park.
They have two daughters who are killed in an accident a few years later.
Life grows dark.
In 1967 they move to Norway.
The next year they have another daughter, Marita.
The Weather Changed, Summer Came and so on is a short novel about big themes – about love, loss and estrangement, about being rootless, about living a tragedy and growing up in death’s shadows.
Winner of the P2’s Listeners’ Prize 2012, and nominated to the International Dublin Literary Award 2017.
"Pedro Carmona-Alvarez has written an astute book, a sentient, poetic book. [...] The book’s greatest strength is found in its observations of the close interactions between people."