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Naïve. Super Paperback – July 7, 2005
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It is fascinating, how much depth this young author can convey in a simple language - a major talent. (Oldenburgische Volkzeitung, Germany)
Loe certainly has some of Salinger's lightness of touch, and often comic voice of his unnamed narrator recalls Salinger's Holden Caulfield. A charming debut novel. (The Times)
A book overflowing with creative talent on just about every page. Well calculated naivety. (Dagbladet, Norway)
it displays a canny lightness of touch and a great deal of charm. An effortlessly hip and savvy antidote to the rainy day blues. (Sleazenation)
About the Author
Erlend Loe, born in Trondheim (Norway) in 1969, has appeared on the stage and worked in film and video production. He has been a critic for the Worker's Newspaper, worked in a psychiatric hospital and been a substitute teacher. Na�ve.Super. is his first adult book although he has written six books for children.
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Erlend Loe's unique voice in "Naive. Super" is open and insightful on a level that reminds me of "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius" by Dave Eggers. And that is a compliment to both authors.
(To clarify: The title's spelling of "naive" is an English form, not Norwegian, and only appears in the translation.)
It's a very quick read, but it's poignant and succinct. It translates well; the abrupt sentences and simple language are part of what makes it charming.