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Sui leaves her husband without quite being able to explain why. When she receives a letter that her unknown grandfather has let her inherit a cabin on Lemon Mountain, she decides to travel from Denmark to Korea. Although Sui has her roots in the country, everything is foreign. Even the cabin feels uncomfortable, since the towering grandfather has sized it according to his own body. Can she even reflect herself in him when he is dead? Who is the man who seeks her out and claims they know each other? And why are there tiny peacock feathers in matchboxes in the fridge? When the cabin’s gardener is accused of arson and his daughter disappears, Sui is drawn into a family drama that anchors her to the mountain and puts her divorce in a different light.
LEMON MOUNTAIN is a wondrous place and a novel about losing your grip and regaining your balance. A story about love – the one you choose, the one you lose and the one that blossoms all by itself.
"Citronbjerget" has swept this reader off his feet. Not only is it beautifully, beautifully written, but the story of a woman who flourishes on the roots of her family is also an incomparable tale of the precious interaction between man, culture and nature.Jyllandsposten, Denmark
Eva Tind masters many genres, and in her new "Citronbjerget" she shows it in the finest way with a vivid insight into the work and creation processes of an artistic work, added with the magic dust of fiction (...)Reading "Citronbjerget" requires a surrender to the wayward universe, but it does not require much persuasion when it comes to an author who writes as enchantingly beautiful and sensuous as Eva TindKristelig Dagblad, Denmark
Eva Tind's new, successful novel asks questions of guilt, questions of doubt, questions of contention and questions of conscience (...) Citronbjerget is written with a spherical and exquisite literary technique, filled with strange tableaus in a tinge of dreamlike unrealityWeekendavisen, Denmark
People and surroundings are portrayed strongly and metaphorically, and the divorce reflections are not without wisdom.Politiken, Denmark
Eva Tind once again writes with strong feelings about identity and origin, so that it vibrates right down to the smallest cells (...) With her strong language, Tind manages to describe the pain in the close family, while the meeting with a number of different people and an unknown culture brings new insights.Litteratursiden.dk, Denmark
Eva Tind has written a novel, which is especially worth reading for its easy approachDagbladet Information, Denmark