“No one but Fredrik Sjöberg could write a story that so easily and naturally associates from one thing to the other. (…) There is a gloomy and tenacious undertone, a story of transience, death, fear of failure and disappearing without leaving the slightest trace of oneself. (…) Sjöberg has released Anton Dich out of his cocoon, folded out his wings and gave his painting of Lillan and her cousin Hanna a new life.”