I‘m not sure about this book. I‘m leaning more towards meh. It was so strange.
I loved A Man Called Ove but Beartown just didn't do it for me. The writing was erratic - five perspectives in one chapter and each perspective would be one or two sentences. The concepts - the undercurrent of violence in society from many sanctioned and not sanctioned avenues - was interesting and painful. Wouldn't recommend to a friend.