Daddy is a postcard

Every year on her birthday Una has received a postcard from her dad, but when she turns 16 the mailbox is empty.

For the first time in her life Una begins to wonder who her unknown father is, and why he has stopped writing. When her mother refuses to tell her anything, she goes in search of the truth together with Leo—the mysterious, handsome film student that suddenly shows up in her life. But if the truth has been hidden for so many years… is it perhaps better not to look for it?

A novel about family, fears and first loves.

‘With precise language, effective and original imagery, and convincing dialogue.’

Cathrine Krøger, Dagbladet