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“It's Fine By Me . . . convey[s] those ordinary experiences close to Petterson's heart: the pleasure, for example, in the midst of domestic strife, of slowly and very carefully rolling a good cigarette, brewing the perfect coffee and settling down on the sofa with a fine book, like this one.” ―The Guardian
“It's Fine By Me is many things--an engaging coming-of-age tale, a writer's halting journey and a story of family drama and the inevitable stages of grief. With Audun Sletten Petterson has created a hero with gutsy resilience and a nose for the truth of things. You'd like to meet him on a street in your own home town.” ―The Scotsman
Never so bored. Had great difficulty sticking with it until the end.Published 4 months ago by Margot
somewhat interesting book. Well developed characters. Good writing style.Published 6 months ago by Anne C. Wolff
Good book but was much too short for the cost. Will think before ordering another book for 8 plus dollars. Read morePublished 15 months ago by jane
This the fourth Per Petterson novel I've read. He's a marvelous writer. His books are lyrically written with vivid but not overwritten scenes and keenly drawn emotions. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Hartford refugee
Not an "out stealing horses" class but, rather, an in the moment style. This really caught my interest with the seamless back flashes and the short, punctuated action... Read morePublished 20 months ago by SUNA properties
What a disappointment. This book was like reading a first grade reader. So much of the book is "I wash my hands. I walk into the living room. It is a nice day.. Read morePublished 21 months ago by VICKY
What a writer, sparse and expressive. Per Petterson never disappoints. Mature coming of age story, anybody can identify with this boy.Published on July 9, 2013 by C. Templeton
At first blush, this is a heartbreaking coming-of-age novel, which takes place in a small town in Norway. When we meet Auden, he is 13. Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by thewanderingjew