A son and a father wander through a scorched landscape. They are on their way to the sea. Or have they already been there? 

Maybe they just want to find happiness. But do they have to walk through hell to get there or is everything just a dream?  A dream without a beginning or an end. Where a son and a father wander not just in a scorched landscape but also in their inner life, with questions without words.

In The last black salt Henrik Lange has taken the Swedish author Pär Lagerkvist’s poetry and shortstories from Evil fairy tales and poured them into Cormac McCarthy’s novell The road and then mixed them all with Dante´s The Divine Comedy.  The result is a story about a wanderer to the light.

240 pages

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