2015 > 09

Jonas Jonasson third novel, Hitman Anders, is finally launched and introduced to the Swedish audience at the annual Swedish Bookfair in Gothenburg. The Swedish Bookfair is the largest annual litterature event in Scandinavia with its around 100.000 visitors in four days. Jonas met his readers, gave international interviews and talked about his new book in broadcasted national TV and radio.

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Jonas Jonasson’s most awaited new novel Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All was published in Sweden on September 23 2015, with a first print run of 100.000 copies in hard cover and the translation rights have already been sold to 20 countries. During the fall, the book is published in Norway, Denmark, Holland, Italy and Iceland, followed by Czech Republic, Finland, France, Korea, Spain, Germany, UK, US and Canada in spring 2016.

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The movie adaptation of Jonas Jonasson’s second novel The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is now in the works, developed by the Hollywood-based Icelandic producer Joni Sighvatsson. Because the main character is South African, a big part of the film will be in English, as well as taking place in South Africa and Sweden.

Sighvatsson was an executive producer on the film version of The 100-Year-Old Man, and his film production company Palomar Pictures has already partnered with Telemunchen on The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden. Telemunchen was also the German partner on the film adaptation of Jonas Jonasson’s first book.

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2015 > 09

Jonas Jonasson third novel, Hitman Anders, is finally launched and introduced to the Swedish audience at the annual Swedish Bookfair in Gothenburg. The Swedish Bookfair is the largest annual litterature event in Scandinavia with its around 100.000 visitors in four days. Jonas met his readers, gave international interviews and talked about his new book in broadcasted national TV and radio.

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Jonas Jonasson’s most awaited new novel Hitman Anders and the Meaning of It All was published in Sweden on September 23 2015, with a first print run of 100.000 copies in hard cover and the translation rights have already been sold to 20 countries. During the fall, the book is published in Norway, Denmark, Holland, Italy and Iceland, followed by Czech Republic, Finland, France, Korea, Spain, Germany, UK, US and Canada in spring 2016.

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The movie adaptation of Jonas Jonasson’s second novel The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is now in the works, developed by the Hollywood-based Icelandic producer Joni Sighvatsson. Because the main character is South African, a big part of the film will be in English, as well as taking place in South Africa and Sweden.

Sighvatsson was an executive producer on the film version of The 100-Year-Old Man, and his film production company Palomar Pictures has already partnered with Telemunchen on The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden. Telemunchen was also the German partner on the film adaptation of Jonas Jonasson’s first book.

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