Ondska, by Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl, is an experimenting book about a love triangle in modern day Iceland, told against the background of World War 2 and the massacre of jews in Lithuania. Agnes, granddaughter of the nazi-sympathizers who murdered her jewish great grandparents, is writing an essay on right wing extremism. She lives with Omar and falls in love with the neo-nazi who is her primary source.
An interesting and sometimes provocative novel. On occasion the experiment fails and results in less entertaining parts, but in general it’s a consistent and inspired work of prose. Recommended!