One of Us

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  • One of Us
  • Åsne Seierstad
  • 22 February 2017
  • 1978604572

About the Author: Åsne Seierstad

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One of Us A Harrowing And Thorough Account Of The Massacre That Upended Norway, And The Trial That Helped Put The Country Back Together.On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik Detonated A Bomb Outside Government Buildings In Central Oslo, Killing Eight People He Then Proceeded To A Youth Camp On The Island Of Ut Ya, Where He Killed 69 , Most Of Them Teenage Members Of Norway S Governing Labour Party In One Of Us, The Journalist Sne Seierstad Tells The Story Of This Terrible Day And What Led Up To It What Made Breivik, A Gifted Child From An Affluent Neighborhood In Oslo, Become A Terrorist As In Her Best Seller The Bookseller Of Kabul, Seierstad Excels At The Vivid Portraiture Of Lives Under Stress She Delves Deep Into Breivik S Troubled Childhood, Showing How A Hip Hop And Graffiti Aficionado Became A Right Wing Activist And Internet Game Addict, And Then An Entrepreneur, Freemason, And Self Styled Master Warrior Who Sought To Save Norway From The Threat Of Islam And Multiculturalism She Writes With Equal Intimacy About Breivik S Victims, Tracing Their Political Awakenings, Aspirations To Improve Their Country, And Ill Fated Journeys To The Island By The Time Seierstad Reaches Ut Ya, We Know Both The Killer And Those He Will Kill We Have Also Gotten To Know An Entire Country Famously Peaceful And Prosperous, And Utterly Incapable Of Protecting Its Youth.

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10 thoughts on “One of Us

  1. Matt says:

    This is a hard book to review sne Seierstad s One of Us, is incredibly well researched and written, a near masterpiece of journalism Its subject matter, though, is impossible the massacre of seventy seven Norwegians by bomb and firearm on July 22, 2011 Most of the victims were teens They were among sixty nine people killed on the island of Ut ya, which a left wing youth political party used as a summer camp As I read One of Us, I kept wondering why I kept going It became a philosophical This is a hard book to review sne Seierstad s One of Us, is incredibly well researched and written, a near masterpiece of journalism Its subject matter, though, is impossible the m...

  2. Paul Bryant says:

    RADICALISATIONWe hear a lot about radicalisation these days Three girls aged 15 and 16 went off by themselves from east London to Syria to join Isis a couple of weeks ago Three days ago a 19 year old guy was given 22 years in prison for wishing to cut off the head of a British soldier he was caught before he did it, unlike Michael Adeb...

  3. Emma says:

    This book was difficult for two reasons The first being the obvious horror and tragedy of the events it relates Imaging the incredible fear of those people kicks you right in the gut I genuinely felt sick reading parts of it The second is due to Seierstad s choice to write in a sensationalist novel format If I hadn t known the reality, I would have thought it was another badly written crime novel It almost made some of the information seem made up or too cliche It made me feel guilty for m This...

  4. Trish says:

    sne Seierstad is a nonfiction writer and foreign affairs journalist who had never written about her native Norway before she was asked to cover the case of Anders Breivik, on trial for mass murder in the city of Oslo and on the island of Ut ya She found herself uncertain how to explain the Breivik phenomenon after listening to ten weeks of trial testimony and decided she needed to go deeper To Breivik s story she ...

  5. Jim says:

    Oh my What to say about this one Seierstad has done a great job of pulling us into the world of Anders Breivik Her research has been thorough,so far as that goes, and required a lot of travel and interviewing on her part I think she has attempted to be very fair in her account, giving biographical sketches of the murderer and his victims She has certainly managed to elicit sympathy for the victims, but I think she narrowly missed the mark in other areas.Breivik s history, you see, is given Oh my What to say about this one Seierstad has done a great job of pulling us into the world of Anders Breivik Her research has been thorough,so far as that goes, and required a lot of travel and interviewing on her part I think she has attempted to be very fair in her account, giving biographical sketches of the murderer and his victims She has certainly managed to elicit sympathy for the victims, but I think she narrowly missed the mark in other areas.Breivik s history, you see, is given in minute detail We know whe...

  6. Brendan Monroe says:

    I consider Anders Breivik to be a hero to his country Roman met my eyes as he said this, defiant, willing me to disagree Around the table, several students nodded in agreement with his assertion Others looked down or widened their eyes in disbelief It was 2012 and right wing terrorist Anders Breivik was on trial for having murdered 77 people and wounding dozens of others on July 22nd of the previous year I was spending the year working as an English teacher in Kharkiv, a city in eastern Uk I consider Anders Breivik to be a hero to his country Roman met my eyes as he said this, defiant, willing me to disagree Around the table, several students nodded in agreement with his assertion Others looked down or widened their eyes in disbelief It was 2012 and right wing terrorist Anders Breivik was on trial for having murdered 77 people and wounding dozens of others on July 22nd of the...

  7. Mel says:

    This book where do I start with this book.I have read a lot of true crime in my days I have studied and read and researched all the serial killers I know of, all the mass shootings that I know of But this book was something entirely unique to me Somehow, for the most part, I usually can distance myself from these things I don ...

  8. Andy says:

    It s just not OK in non fiction to tell us what dead people were thinking as if the book were a novel That undermines the truth telling credibility of the author, so then the massive trivia dump is just pointless The book is way too long That cou...

  9. Tomáš Fojtik says:

    O t to knize bych rad ji v bec nic nepsal Byl bych rad ji, kdyby v bec nemusela vzniknout Jen e, v Norsku se 22 7 2011 stal patrn nejhor teroristick in modern doby na zem Evropy, a tato ud lost si reflexi zaslou ila sne Seierstad v knize jeden z n s Pr beh o N rsku etl jsem slovensky, esk verze se teprve p ipravuje uk zala, jak se takov text m p ipravit Rozhodla se toti nepsat knihu o Andersi Breivikovi, ale o Norsku O tom, jak Norsko pomohlo Breivikovi dor st do zr dn O t to knize bych rad ji v bec nic nepsal Byl bych rad ji, kdyby v bec nemusela vzniknout Jen e, v Norsku se 22 7 2011 stal patrn nejhor teroristick in modern doby na zem Evropy, a tato ud lost si reflexi zaslou ila sne Seierstad v knize jeden z n s Pr beh o N rsku etl jsem slovensky, esk verze se teprve p ipravuje uk zala, jak se takov text m p ipravit Rozhodla se toti nepsat knihu o Andersi Breivikovi, ale o Norsku O tom, jak Norsko pomohlo Breivikovi dor st do zr dn podoby, jak byla spole nost, ve kter il Rodina, ve kter vyr stal Kdo byli jeho kamar di pokud v bec doopravdy n jak m l , kolegov A sou asn popisuje n kolik rodin, kter ch se jeho ot esn in p mo dotkl tedy rodiny n kolika jeho ob t D le popisuje zmatky v den jeho toku, kter vedly k tomu, e ob t bylo v ce, ne jich b t muselo je to tvrd takto ct, ale z textu to vypl v Popisuje ale tak to, j...

  10. Susan says:

    In 2011 Norway suffered its worst ever terrorist attack A bomb, planted in a van outside of the Prime Minister s office killed eight people in Oslo s government quarter As the terrorist walked away from the van, before the explosion, a witness noticed he carried a gun and noted down the number plate of the vehicle he drove off in Sadly, this remarkable far sighted action went unnoticed and the police did not act upon his call thesuch books I read, theI come across these kind of m In 2011 Norway suffered its worst ever terrorist attack A bomb, planted in a van outside of the Prime Minister s office killed eight people in Oslo s government quarter As the terrorist walked away from the van, before the explosion, a witness noticed he carried a gun and noted down the number plate of the vehicle he drove off in Sadly, this remarkable far sighted action went unnoticed and the police did not act upon his call thesuch books I read, theI come across these kind of major, human mistakes with terrible consequences This mistake was certainly tragic and it certainly did have the most terrible consequences, for the terrorist was not finished with just one terrible atrocity He drove off towards the small island of Utoya, where teenagers were enjoying a Norwegian Labour Party summer camp with community activities and pol...