First review

Borrowed the photo from the review, it was such a cool setup. 

I have been lucky enough to find a fellow writer and reader to read and review my book. Turns out she liked it, and I am again honestly surprised at the joy of sharing the story with someone I have never met.

It starts of like this, and you can read the whole review on Sylvis blog:

A few months back, I recieved a request from author Tuva Tovslid about doing a reader review of her debut novel, “Djevelhogget,” which I (the little attention-addict that I am) of course said yes to.


It needs to be said that I am often and almost always very sceptical about reading Norwegian debuts, for reasons I won’t go into right now (we don’t have all night.)


The last time I remember falling in love with a book after page two, was at the age of twelve, when I opened “Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone” for the first time. Wich in itself is a kind of magic that is hard to find, in my opinion.

That is what happened with “Djevelhogget.”

Thank you, Sylvi, for taking your time to read and review Djevelhogget and for staying active on Instagram (@sylvilel), I enjoy your book posts in my feed!