Harp Song from a Silent Wood
Original title: Toner fra en stille skog
Publisher: Vigmostad & Bjørke, 2019
Genre: Commercial fiction
Pages: 407 pages
Harp Song from a Silent Wood is a story of love and betrayal chronicling woman’s journey from deep within the Norwegian woods to the great concert halls of Europe.
Ane Solingen, an independent woman with captivating eyes, has a unique inner strength. Is this why the people of the village dislike her? She has found happiness with her boyfriend Hans, and they live in harmony with nature on a small homestead in the forest. One day Hans doesn’t come home. Her life unravels when she finds him dead in the woods. Some weeks after, Ane realises pregnant and has no choice but to seek help from the villagers. To her surprise, they show her kindness, and she receives a gift that will change her life forever.
When tragedy strikes again, Ane is better prepared and ready to sacrifice everything for the most important person in her life. Ane knows what to do, but not that it will change her life dramatically.
The novel is the first of three volumes of a historical saga of commercial women’s fiction, set at the turn of the nineteenth century.
German: Ullstein List