Deep and yet not heavy. Light but still not shallow.
Feel Good fiction
Peter Barlach loves to entertain and has written for most of his adult life. He puts much effort into the characters’ history and their development.
All people carry a history and has some kind of luggage, which shows in his characters. And through the course of events, and interaction with others, one will always find that his characters grow and develop.
He has an easy to read writing style and Peter Barlachs motto for writing is fitting: “Deep and yet not heavy. Light but still not shallow.”
Peter Barlach has previously written scripts for film and theatre, and books for teens, among others Not Just Tennis (Inte bara tennis) and I am Caroline (Det är jag som är Caroline).
2017 – Caroline’s Sacrifice, (Carolins pris), feel good novel
2016 – The Key to Caroline, (Nyckeln till Caroline), feel good novel
2015 – How to be Caroline, (Konsten att vara Caroline), feel good novel
“Caroline, Sweden’s Bridget Jones!”
“Love this book!!! There is a depth in all the fun and the language is really nice. A new favourite and I hope for many books about Caroline!!!”
“Fantastic book with strong, wonderful characters. I love how natural it is portrayed what it is like to be a mother to a child with autism.”
“Oh what a fantastic book, it is rare that I give highest score! Charming, funny, cunny, forward drive and with tons of feelings! The story is creative and perfect! A feelgood novel at its best.”
“This is some of the best, most exciting and tragicomic that I have ever read! Caroline’s destiny is incredibly thrilling.”
“I love Peter Barlach’s language and characters. And I am longing like crazy for the next book.”
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