The multi-award-winning international bestseller.
Suspenseful and heart-breaking, Resin is the story of what can happen when you love someone too much – when your desire to keep them safe becomes the thing that could irrevocably harm them.
Liv died when she was just six years old.
Her father knew he was the only one who could keep her safe in this world. So one evening he left the isolated house his little family called home, he pushed their boat out to sea and watched it ruin on the rocks. Then he walked the long way into town to report his only child missing.
But behind the boxes and the baskets crowding her Dad’s workshop, Liv was hiding. This way her Dad had said, she’d never have to go to school; this way, she’d never have to leave her parents.
This way, Liv would be safe.
Winner of Scandinavia's most prestigious awards: The Glass Key, The Golden Bullet, Best Crime Novel from the Swedish Crime Writer's Academy and The Harald Mogensen Award.
Highly original . . . it reminded me of Stephen King at his best: creepy as hell, but with compassion for every character however misguided.
Deliciously macabre… it vies with the darkest imaginings of the Brothers Grimm
Resin is one of the most remarkable books I have read in a very long time. It is unique, compelling and beautifully written . . . it is no surprise that Resin has won Scandinavia’s four most prestigious literary awards. International accolades are surely set to follow for this book of the year contender
A vivid, fable-esque exploration of love when it is too much
A chilling story about the lengths a man will go to protect his family and way of life. Liv and the terrifying place she manages to survive in will stay with me for a long time.