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Kristian Bang Foss

Death Drives an Audi

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Author Kristian Bang Foss won the 2013 European Prize for Literature for his novel Death drives an Audi (Døden kører Audi).

In his winning novel, Death drives an Audi – which in its absurdly humorous style uses characteristics from a traditional ‘on the road’ novel – Kristian tells a satirical tale about the Danish welfare state and takes its characters on a trip through Europe to Morocco in search of a healer.

Death drives an Audi is wondrous, warm and fun, but also the bitter-tragic story of an unusual friendship and unexpected life adventures.

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