Hitman Anders and the Meaning of it All
'Enormous fun ... The subversive charm of it lies in the hints that God, or the Universe or whatever, is smarter and funnier than any of us' Kate Saunders, The Times 'Jonasson matches the irreverence of his debut The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared ... It's a thrilling ride' Financial Times 'Should carry a health warning for spouses or partners easily irritated by the sounds of helpless chortling' Irish Times (on The Hundred-Year-Old Man) 'A mordantly funny and loopily freewheeling novel about ageing disgracefully' Sunday Times (on The Hundred-Year-Old Man) 'Fast-moving and relentlessly sunny' Guardian on The Hundred-Year-Old Man) 'Pure, ingenious fantasy ... it's "feel-good" set to stun level' Guardian (on The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden) 'A comic delight of love, luck and mathematics' Daily Express (on The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden) 'Fast-paced, likable, refreshing ... As unlikely and funny as The Hundred-Year-Old Man' Observer (on The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden)
Jonas Jonasson was a journalist for the Expressen newspaper for many years. He became a media consultant and later set up a company producing sports and events for Swedish television, before selling his company and moving abroad to work on his first novel. He is the author of The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared and The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden. He lives on the Swedish island Gotland in the Baltic Sea.