From the author of international bestseller, SOPHIE'S WORLD, a spell-binding fable about a girl who begins to receive messages from another time... Station Eleven meets The Little Prince.
When fifteen-year-old Anna begins receiving messages from another time, her parents take her to the doctor. But he can find nothing wrong; in fact he believes there may be some truth to what she is seeing.
Anna is haunted by visions of the desolate world of 2082. She sees her great-granddaughter, Nova, roaming through wasteland with a band of survivors, after animals and plants have died out.
The more Anna sees, the more she realises she must act to prevent the future in her visions becoming real. But can she act quickly enough?
'Compelling' Sunday Times
Charming - Grazia on THE CASTLE IN THE PYRENEES
A modern fairytale - Heat on THE ORANGE GIRL
A marvellously rich book - Guardian on SOPHIE'S WORLD
It should be read by all - Vogue on THE ORANGE GIRL
An Alice in Wonderland for the 90s . . . a simply wonderful, irresistible book - Daily Telegraph on SOPHIE'S WORLD
SOPHIE'S WORLD is set to become a unique popular classic: a wonderfully engaging mystery story that also forms a completely accessible and lucid introduction to philosophy and philosophers - The Times on SOPHIE'S WORLD
Jostein Gaarder was born in Oslo in 1952.
Sophie's World, the first of his books to be published in English, has been translated into 60 languages and has sold over 40 million copies.
He is the author of many other bestselling, beloved novels and children's books, including The Orange Girl, The Christmas Mystery, The Ringmaster's Daughter and The World According to Anna.
His new novel An Unreliable Man will be published in 2018.
He lives in Oslo with his family.