A novel about friendship and love, who you are and who you think you are


Marita has moved to Bergen together with her mother, who asked Marita to call her Kari now, and not mother anymore.

Johannes is the son in a highly educated family, who starts a theatre group at school. He draws words out of his mouth, like baby birds. He says: skinning. Explosion. Marita, look at us. Remember this moment, for good. Be wanton. Like Icarus. Like me, is what he means.

Andreas should have a twin brother, but he hasn’t. A house made of glass; he says when Marita asks about his childhood in the Ibsenstreet.

All three are searching for their future. All three have to find their own way, and the chance to fail is high.

Bergen Youth Theatre is a freestanding sequel to And the weather changed, summer came and so on.

novel, 248,
originally published by Kolon Forlag (Norway) 2016

Rights available for: Worldwide


The Author

Pedro Carmona-Alvarez was born in La Serena, Chile in 1972. As a ten year old he and his family fled to Argentina, and later the family moved to Norway. He made his debut with a collection of poetry in 1997, and has since then published four well received books. He has been awarded several literary prizes, most notably the Sult Prize 2005, The Norwegian Poetry Book Club Prize 2005, the Diktartavla 2010 and the P2-Radio-listeners novel prize 2012.