Something brushes against her arms and it takes a good while before she realizes the children are holding both of her hands. Britt-Marie enters behind her, slightly on her tiptoes because the floor is so dirty that she doesn't even want to walk on it in her shoes. The white dog lies in the hall, surrounded by carelessly packed moving boxes in an utter disarray.
Britt-Marie and Kent also appear in Fredrik Backman's previous novel My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry. Read it with your... ― Fredrik Backman, Britt-Marie var här.