Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
Autumn
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
I want to show you our world as it is now: the door, the floor, the water tap and the sink, the garden chair close to the wall beneath the kitchen window, the sun, the water, the trees. You will come to see it in your own way, you will experience things for yourself and live a life of your own, so of course it is primarily for my own sake that I am doing this: showing you the world, little one, makes my life worth living. Autumn begins with a letter Karl Ove Knausgaard writes to his unborn daughter. He adds one short piece per day, describing the material and natural world with the precision and mesmerising intensity that have become his trademark. This tender and deeply personal book is beautifully illustrated by Vanessa Baird, and is the first of four volumes marvelling at the vast, unknowable universe around us.
Amazon Indiebound Barnes and Noble WorldCat Goodreads LibraryThing
Pick icon
100%
blurb
persistentcreations
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

Hey guys! This is my first post ever on this platform. So who am I? My name is Didre and I'm mostly active on Instagram. I love books and like to challenge myself by reading diverse books and genres. If you have tips please let me know and leave your instagram so I can follow you there too! I'm currently reading Autumn by Karl Ove Knausgaard.

blurb
TheFaeWays
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

The princess snuggles up to Karl Ove Knausgaard's Autum. #cat #booksnuggle #sleepyreads

blurb
Samplergal
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Leftcoastzen Love Karl Ove!Loved his seasonal books. 2mo
71 likes1 comment
review
Taylor
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

How, how does Knausgaard link all these inanimate objects, machines and animals or insects to huge themes of humanity, ethics, et al.? I‘ve been going back over the text to discover the moments he transitions from banal description to something much greater and universal. It‘s remarkable how he derives so much meaning out of this stuff, and these leaps in subject matter happen with so much naturalness and fluidity, I‘m astounded by it.

quote
thebluestocking
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I feel this way about so many things that I (feel I) cannot control.

BestDogDad Great quote. 🙁 9mo
thebluestocking @BestDogDad Cheery, isn‘t it? But I love how Knausgaard puts things. 8mo
45 likes2 comments
review
TheCuriousHousecat
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

This is an excellent read. Although it‘s only a few weeks into the new year it will have to end up on my fave list for the year surely. I‘m giving it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🌛

12 likes4 stack adds
blurb
LouLouLane
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

❤️❤️❤️ a wonderful and quiet book. Next- Winter.

12 likes1 stack add
blurb
akfreeborn
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I started this today to try and evoke something cooler in the air. Still 90+ in Florida. I‘ve read through September. Anyone else enjoy these daily observations? They seem calming! Like my dog napping while I read.

blurb
scowler1
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

I read Autumn ages ago and forgot about the other seasons. The last one (Summer) is illustrated. I'm not sure if the first three are, but I'll find out soon enough when the library gets them for me. Beautiful covers to match the beautiful writing.

review
bookandcat
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

#backpackEurope travelogue @JenP @BookwormM *fictional*

Country 5: Travel delay is over, I made it to Norway! It's nice during the summer - gorgeous hiking scenery!!
Karl Ove Knausgaard is the master of the micromundane. These meditations written for the impending birth of his daughter are stunning. I've loved his My Struggle books but had never finished this one - I restarted it and devoured it a day. Looking forward to the sequel. 5/5

thebluestocking So good!! 1y
38 likes2 comments
review
thebluestocking
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

I quite enjoyed this collection of autumnal essays. This is my first Knausgaard, and I was impressed. Each essay is a rumination on a simple object. My favorites were “Chewing Gum,” “Adders,” and “Lice.” I‘ll definitely be picking up Winter.

bookandcat He's one of my favorite authors. Have you read his My Struggle series? 1y
thebluestocking @bookandcat Nope! This was my first one. And I‘m certainly intrigued. 1y
bookandcat @thebluestocking the My Struggle books are WONDERFUL. they are novels that are really just very think veiled autobiographical books. They've been translating them for a number of years now. This seasons cycle is also being fully translated! 1y
thebluestocking @bookandcat I‘m definitely going to check them out. ❤️ 1y
38 likes4 comments
review
BookishShelly
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

Finally broke my reading slump with this one. I guess I needed some rambling nonfiction thoughts. At first it reminded me of Mary Oliver‘s Upstream, but I really loved that one and this one is just slightly above so-so. Still good enough to finish and make me interested in the next in this series.

review
Joyfulmimi
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

With my new love for essays, I enjoyed this first book in his completed three book series of “showing” his then unborn daughter “the world”. He is an amazing writer who gave me a new perspective on mundane things like “Chewing Gum”, one of my favorites given thats also my thing. I related entirely to his deep thinking which makes me feel less weird. I really need to write down my thoughts, too. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

ErinSueMreads What a great name though! 2y
Joyfulmimi Almost a 5 Star @ErinSueG 2y
ErinSueMreads Ohhhhh I‘ll have to check it out. Great author name and a five star nearly !!! 2y
See All 6 Comments
Joyfulmimi I have been giving 5 star to perfect in every way I like @ErinSueG 2y
AmyG He is such a beautiful writer....about the most simple things. 2y
36 likes2 stack adds6 comments
blurb
Joyfulmimi
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

The start of a new book, especially when it is seems to be luring me in for more, is so exciting to me! Although a short activity, its one of life‘s greatest pleasures.

peacegypsy I am falling in love with his writing! 2y
peacegypsy @Joyfulmimi 😊Glad to know someone else is feeling likewise. 😊 2y
33 likes4 comments
blurb
peacegypsy
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

Writing to your unborn daughter? How absolutely wonderful. How I wish I had thought to do it! Maybe I can still do a version to her now. His writing is exquisite; mine won‘t be, but I love the thought. Knausgaard tremendously impresses me. 🌺🌸🌷

AmyG This was such a beautifully written book. 2y
50 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
ValerieAndBooks
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

I feel like Karl Ove sits down, says “what should I write about?” And picks the first thing he sees or thinks of. So, short essays range from jellyfish to the design of toilets to snakes to, yes, even vomit 🤮. But he does it all in such an elegant way that I think, “wow, I never thought of it that way before.” In his essay about beds, he discusses how in cities there‘s millions laying asleep all at once, which manages to seem creepy 😳. More👇

ValerieAndBooks This was a library borrow. I certainly would like a copy of my own eventually and also to read Winter. And I recently got his My Struggle Book One, hope to get to it soon! 2y
cathysaid My Struggle is great! 2y
ValerieAndBooks @cathysaid My Struggle is definitely high on my TBR, glad you liked it! 2y
76 likes2 stack adds3 comments
blurb
ValerieAndBooks
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Just got back from the library, this was my haul. I like borrowing cookbooks first. I have a lot of food allergies and suspect I have even more now. Until I‘m able to see a specialist, looking into these. If you guys have any recommendations, let me know!

Knausgaard 🍂🍁 is #becauseoflitsy; haven‘t found him in used bookstores yet.

The cozy mystery looks fun ☕️🔪🔫.

And there‘s a new Anne Fadiman out 🍷📚 Looking forward to reading it, too.

Samplergal I have lots of food allergies as well. Not the typical ones except for nuts. See an allergist and stay away from things that hurt your tummy. They are the “future” allergies. Good luck. 2y
ValerieAndBooks @Samplergal Thank you. I‘m seeing my regular doctor next week and will be asking for a referral to an allergist 👍. I‘m allergic to soy, bananas, avocados, walnuts and a few others. Think it may now include more since when I was last tested several years ago. I‘ve noticed more tummy trouble lately, definitely! 2y
Leftcoastzen Love autumn ! I swear I‘d love his grocery lists since I seem to love everything he writes.Good luck with allergies, I stay away from food additives too. Chemical pie is bad for everyone. 2y
See All 12 Comments
BarbaraBB I haven‘t read this series by Knausgaard but he is a fantastic writer I think! 2y
[DELETED] 3803335244 I‘m so sorry you have food allergies. I can relate I have Celiac Disease & can‘t eat a lot of foods. Feel your pain 2y
Carolyn-HHI Vegan Richa‘s Indian Kitchen is awesome! I am vegan also! Enjoy! 2y
ValerieAndBooks @Leftcoastzen I look forward to trying out knausgaard. I agree about the food additives, try to avoid that as much as possible here too. 2y
ValerieAndBooks @BarbaraBB I think it might be a good way to see if I like him, because a lot of his other books are big and part of a series! 2y
ValerieAndBooks @ForeverNerdy I can imagine that celiac is a challenge. But hopefully you feel better physically from avoiding your allergens! 2y
ValerieAndBooks @Carolyn-HHI that Indian cookbook looks sooo good 😋! I‘ve been lacto-ovo vegetarian (with occasional fish) for many years but trying to transition to veganism 😊. My daughter (away at college) is vegan, so that‘s helpful too! The males in my family, though 🙊 2y
BarbaraBB Isn‘t Autumn one of a series too? 2y
ValerieAndBooks @BarbaraBB yes, looks like Autumn is/was the first of a planned series. But it is short 😊. 2y
80 likes2 stack adds12 comments
blurb
LouLouLane
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

#Coffee and #Coltrane and two new books that match. Cold and rainy day in #nashville. Can‘t wait to dive into these two books #autumn and #bravingthewilderness. I‘ve been very drawn to quiet books lately.

review
Booksy
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

Autumn is framed as a letter to his unborn daughter, where Knausgaard is preparing to introduce her to this world that she is in, but she hasn‘t yet seen or experienced. What follows each fragment of the letter are stand-alone short pieces ranging from objects like rubber boots, bottles, and buttons, to abstract notions like pain and forgiveness.

https://www.pendoramagazine.com/book-reviews/2017/11/29/book-review-autumn-by-ka...

quote
JenP
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

This book is filled with observations and snapshots of often mundane things. It won‘t appeal to everyone due to minimal plot but I really enjoyed it and particularly loved this passage that is written for the author‘s newborn daughter

emilyhaldi This makes me want to pick this book up asap!! 2y
Liz_M Please don't post too many delectable quotes. I'm resisting 2y
40 likes2 stack adds2 comments
review
JenP
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image
Pickpick

Book 3 #readathon
This is not really the sort of book to read in one sitting. It‘s the sort of book you want to read over a month or so with one “chapter” a day. Each chapter is a musing about a topic and the whole book is autobiographical written as a series of observations for his daughter. There are chapters on buttons, bottles, vomit, rubber boots, silence and much more. Very poetic and descriptive. Not for those who like strong plot.

48 likes2 stack adds
blurb
JenP
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgeard
post image

About to start number 3 #readathon

I‘ve not been be super productive today since I‘ve had lots of distractions.

45 likes1 stack add
review
Jason_Roland
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

I love all of Knausgaard's My Struggle series of books, so I was excited for his newest seasonal quartet. My God it is beautiful. He writes little micro memoirs to his unborn daughter about everyday objects such as churches, frames, apples, etc, and he sees such beauty in everything. The writing is some of the best I have ever read. Please was Knausgaard. He is good for the soul.

ReadingEnvy 🍂🍁 2y
6 likes1 stack add1 comment
blurb
chowmeyow
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

October reading goals. Not pictured: a few digital galleys and a whole lotta lovely audiobooks.

10 likes1 stack add
review
Leftcoastzen
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

Karl Ove Knausgaard awaits the birth of a surprise late baby girl.He has three other children, already in school. He decides to describe in detail the world as it is ,right now.And if you think about it, to describe the everyday, from scratch ,to someone who has no frame of reference yet,is not only a great writing exercise,but a way to see the world with fresh eyes , as you do with a child as it discovers those things.Beds,eyes,frogs = wonder.

blurb
MrBook
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

#TBRtemptation post 3! From a master of contemporary literature comes this first installment in a new seasons-based autobiographical quartet. He begins with a letter to his unborn daughter and daily presents acute observations of his wife, children, and the things in their daily lives, both big and little, in rural Sweden. #blameLitsy #blameMrBook 😎

Heideschrampf It's a wonderful read, each chapter only a couple of pages. Great to accompany a daily cup of tea or a quick time-out from reality! (edited) 2y
BookBabe @Heideschrampf thanks for your input! 👍🏻😁 2y
87 likes4 stack adds2 comments
blurb
BookishTrish
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

My husband asked me to pick up Autumn from the library and I sort of did - so now I'm reading this Ali novel while he waits for his Karl Ove hold 😂 #toomanyautumns

blurb
bookandcat
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I was supposed to go to the Brooklyn Book Festival today and meet @swishandflick but my trains were all canceled or massively delayed into the city 😭 So instead I treated myself to some books at my bookstore that I was hoping to find at the festival today (and did some #LitsySecretSanta shopping too, not pictured). Jemisin and Knausgaard were speaking at the festival 😔 I guess reading their work will be the next best thing.

aflanagan53 Just finished the Dollhouse and gave it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 2y
bookandcat @aflanagan53 I loved it too! 2y
25 likes1 stack add2 comments
review
Redwritinghood
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

Meditations on the mundane and some nice artwork in this book. Knausgaard looks closely at the things we take for granted everyday and turns them into something grand. This collection of short essays are divided by month (September, October and November) and each section starts with a letter addressed to his unborn daughter. A lovely idea and a lovely little book.

8leagueboot Adding this. I'm here for any sort of cozy autumn meditations on the mundane 😌 2y
mrozzz Yessssss 🙂🙃🙂 2y
60 likes1 stack add2 comments
blurb
chowmeyow
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I went into a bookstore this morning to see if they had the new issue of a magazine I like. They did not. I came out with these instead. I have a problem. (But it's a wonderful problem.)

saresmoore I have this problem, too. And this other problem in which someone posts about buying a book that you already wanted and then you want it even more... 😁 2y
chowmeyow @saresmoore hehe, there are so many bookish person problems! I suffer from that one often too. 😀 2y
12 likes2 comments
review
Booksnchill
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

This is the first Knausgaard I have read and it was a beautiful little volume of 3 page essay meditations on everyday things- examples are: plastic bags, frogs, fingers, loneliness and chewing gum. As a visual artist I read these in wonderment at his deep ability to SEE not just look. I will continue reading Knausgaard- got V.1 of My Struggle at ABE Books and look forward to more SEEING.

Sha0102 I plan to read the same book!!!! 2y
Booksnchill @Sha0102 I look forward to seeing what you thought. I always had the impression he was dense and difficult but I found this very accessible. 2y
Leftcoastzen Love ,love ,love My Struggle. Read all 5 ,waiting for 6. 2y
See All 9 Comments
Booksnchill @Leftcoastzen goodness that's amazing- how long have you been reading him? 2y
Leftcoastzen @Booksnchill I kept reading about him ,read first one sept 2014 as I recall ,I got 2 then 3 , waited for 4 and 5 in paper.people seem to love them or say what's the big deal. 2y
Leftcoastzen @Booksnchill I have Autumn on my TBR. 2y
Booksnchill @Leftcoastzen I just discovered him this year and had been contemplating whether I had the fortitude to plunge in to My Struggle and all its volumes when I found out about Autumn. I'll admit, the title My Struggle and the idea of 5 volumes disuaded me but it was deceiving. I think I'll enjoy it. 2y
Leftcoastzen @Booksnchill Hey,give it a shot,if you love it ,so much more to read !😃If not, there are so many other great books out there.There is a 6th volume ,believe it or not , but not translated to English yet.I pondered learning Norwegian,but......😂 2y
Booksnchill @Leftcoastzen so many reasons to learn a nordic language these days- translations just aren't fast enough!!! 2y
42 likes5 stack adds9 comments
blurb
Booksnchill
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Images from Knausgaard's book of essays contemplating Autumn. Very meditative work- my first read from this author.

Redwritinghood I'm about halfway through now and I agree that the essays feel very quiet and meditative. 2y
49 likes1 comment
blurb
Redwritinghood
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Getting ready to do a little reading before bed by starting this one. Just flipping through the pages, I'm already in love with the art. Hopefully the writing is just as good. This will be the first book I've read by this author.

Booksnchill @Redwritinghood reading this one as well 2y
Redwritinghood @Booksnchill What do you think so far? 2y
Booksnchill I started Knausgaard with his book on soccer "Home and Away" but put it down for this one which I thought would be more accessible to me- really like it so far- the short "essay/letter" format lets me dip in and out of the scenes and I like that- what about you- do you like it? 2y
See All 6 Comments
Redwritinghood @Booksnchill Just starting it, so not sure I have an opinion yet. Looks good so far, though. 2y
mrozzz Ahhh Knausgård is my favorite. 2y
Redwritinghood @mrozzz 👍🏻👍🏻 2y
52 likes1 stack add6 comments
blurb
Booksnchill
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I am so fortunate to work one block from the #2017LibraryOfTheYear in #Nashville- truly a great library is necessary to a great city. My #libraryholdlist runneth over!

tricours I'm looking forward to reading this one! 2y
MrBook Wooow! That's so awesome! It's been on my bucket list since I found out it received the title 😁👏🏻. Can you get some pics for us? 2y
Jess_Read_This That's great news! Your library sounds like an amazing one.❤️📚❤️ 2y
See All 7 Comments
Booksnchill @MrBook I will take pics for you as it is my lunchtime walk every day. It is large so I'll do it in phases- so excited they chose this use for a downtown failing mall and they did it well as we had a great Mayor at the time. 🥇 2y
MrBook Wow!! An old mall?! That's awesome! 2y
Booksnchill @mrbook you should absolutely plan to visit Nashville- just avoid June-August! 2y
MrBook Gotcha. 😉👍🏻 2y
30 likes7 comments
quote
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

☀️☀️☀️🌅🌇🌄

review
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Pickpick

Gorgeous and simple in its contemplations.

A here's-what-to-expect-in-this-world guide for his unborn child (4th) and a random facts about topics ranging from war to jellyfish to lightning to labia. On all Knausgård allows another nosedive into some of his deepest thoughts.

No plot here. Will frustrate many readers because it's mostly philosophical with a little history and zero movement but I am and will remain one of his biggest fans.

readinginthedark It sounds amazing! 2y
mrozzz @readinginthedark I think it is! I've read of lot of Knausgård and I LOVE his style. 2y
55 likes1 stack add2 comments
quote
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard

When [the child] leans its head against the adult's in a gesture of total trust, the feelings that burst forth in the adult are irresistibly good. Why? I don't think it's the child's helplessness we are defenseless against but rather its innocence. For one knows how much pain the world will inflict, how complicated and difficult life will become...

mrozzz @BarbaraTheBibliophage yes! Lots of sentimentality as he awaits his next baby 2y
40 likes2 comments
quote
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I often do as he did, close the door behind me to be alone, for a few hours to be exempt from all the complicated bonds, all the conflicts, great and small, all the demands and expectations, wills and desires that build up between people, and which after only a short time become so densely intertwined that the room from reflection and for action are both restricted.

quote
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Sentimental is another word for emotional.
But what are emotions?
What do we feel when we feel?
We call sentimental that which exaggerates feeling, which wastes it.
So does that make level-headedness the highest value?

Suet624 Such a beautiful photo! 2y
mrozzz @Suet624 thank you!! 😊 2y
42 likes2 comments
quote
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

There is no reason to be cautious or anxious about anything, life is so robust it seems to come cascading, and at times it is frightening, because we too are alive, but we live in what amounts to a controlled environment, which makes us fear whatever is blind, wild, chaotic... but most often also beautiful.

62 likes3 stack adds
blurb
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Guys.... Karl Ove Knausgård is probably my favorite writer. I know he gets criticism for being too wordy or getting so bogged down with detail the story gets sidelined so it is hard to convince friends that my reco is worthwhile.... but I've never been so moved by descriptions of such mundane activities.

I'm incredibly stoked to start this today ?
#recommendsday

ABrakes85 Well I love the description so i will give it a go 👍🏼 2y
mrozzz @ABrakes85 yay!!! 😊 2y
Booksnchill @mrozzz just got his book Home and Away from the library- writings about soccer "as the arena for reflections of life and death"- looked a bit more accessible to start with than #MyStruggles 2y
See All 7 Comments
mrozzz @Booksnchill awesome! I haven't read that one but I imagine it might be... btw each volume of My Struggle has a theme and it's not necessary to read in order. For example book 3 is about his childhood. Book 1 is relationship with his father. But whichever you'd pick they're all chunksters 🙃 (edited) 2y
Booksnchill @mrozzz thanks for the tips! 2y
batsy That's a lovely description so I'll really have to give his books a try soon 👍 2y
mrozzz @batsy 😊👏🏻 Let me know if you do! 2y
45 likes2 stack adds7 comments
review
NerdyRev
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
Mehso-so

This is a tiny book of tiny reflections on the most mundane things. At times they are great, but at other times one wonders-why write about that? Each reflection is only about a page long with original art to break up the book. At 230+ pages, it is a surprisingly heavy (physically) book. Guessing if you are a fan, you will love it, but casual curiosity may leave head scratching. It really is about things like apples, teeth, frogs, churches, etc

NerdyRev By so-so, I mean I enjoyed much of it, but I kind of wanted more or deeper reflections. The problem was, it was not what I expected, but I also recognize that is my problem. Weird for a guy who can write thousands of pages on his life to devote a single page to other things. I just wanted more because he is such a great writer. (edited) 2y
25 likes1 stack add1 comment
blurb
NerdyRev
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

It isn't an addiction if there is a word for it- bibliobibuli 😂

mrozzz Yay new releases!!!! 👌🏻Good choices! (edited) 2y
NerdyRev @mrozzz Yup. I am really excited about Autumn. 2y
mrozzz Me too!!! Love his writing. 2y
26 likes3 comments
blurb
mrozzz
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Went out for the new Karl Ove Knausgaard!! It's been a year since I read him and I'm ecstatic to have picked up the new series 😍 #bookhaul

Obviously I couldn't leave without picking around the rest of @bookculture and I spent enough to earn my next $10 off and used it immediately. Been eyeing War & Turpentine for a few weeks but took a chance on The Guineveres... and the You Play the Girl essays looked like something I'd get a kick out of.

Schlinkles The Guineveres is fantastic! 2y
L_auren Loved The Guineveres 2y
mrozzz @Schlinkles @L_auren awesome! I skimmed a couple pages in the store and seemed interesting 🙃 2y
See All 9 Comments
VioletBramble I love Book Culture. It's so far out of the way for me. I'm real excited about the Long Island City store they're going to be opening. #BookCulture 2y
mrozzz @VioletBramble that will be so cool! I work around the corner so it's my go-to for new releases 🤓 2y
readordierachel Great haul! 2y
mrozzz @ReadOrDieRachel 🤗 thanks! 2y
Schlinkles @mrozzz The author actually lives in Savannah and comes into the bookstore I work at a lot. She's fabulous! 2y
mrozzz @Schlinkles whoa! Love when authors are active in local communities 👍🏻 2y
72 likes9 comments
blurb
Heideschrampf
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image
blurb
Heideschrampf
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

That Karl Ove can Knausgaard me any time he wants! 😍#edbookfest

tpixie Fun!!! 2y
tpixie It looks like you all had a great time at the book festival 2y
AmyG Oh wow....a signed book. ❤️ 2y
30 likes3 comments
blurb
Heideschrampf
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

I've only read the preface and I am already in love with his writing! 😍

AmyG I have only read the first of his My Struggle books...due to all the hype. I absolutely loved it. 2y
33 likes1 comment
quote
Waynegjr
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

A section from Knausgaard's new one, out tomorrow, in honor of the #eclipse today.

32 likes2 stack adds
blurb
Allietaylor16
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

Early morning bus stop read. In a cruel way the title is fitting, because we have autumn like temperatures in Chicago. Regardless I am looking forward to reading this!

blurb
Allietaylor16
Autumn | Karl Ove Knausgaard
post image

As I was getting ready to leave my store I remembered that my coworker saved this galley for me!