Frankfurt 2016 rights guides & highlights

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Adult fiction 
Children’s & Young Adult fiction

Highlighted titles

Max Seeck’s international thriller, The Angels of Hammurabi (Tammi, 2016) is gaining momentum abroad following its hotly-anticipated publication last month to positive reviews and an exciting auction in Germany.

“An ambitiously woven story.” – Aamulehti newspaper

On the upmarket fiction front, Miika Nousiainen’s bittersweet novel, Roots (Otava, 2016) captures hearts and minds with its warm and humorous portrayal of two brothers who embark on a quest to find their roots, and themselves.

“Roots’ undoubtable trump card is its incisive and genuine yet stylized cast of characters that create a microcosm: in essence, a portrayal of humanity and mankind.” – Keskisuomalainen newspaper

Maresi author, Maria Turtschaninoff returns to the Red Abbey Chronicles with Naondel (Förlaget, 2016), a dark and powerful tale of female oppression for young adult and cross-over audiences.

“…Naondel is worthy of the Finlandia Prize.” – Ben Roimola, Enhorningenzine 

And, bestselling YA author, Salla Simukka returns with Sisterland (Tammi, 2016) – an enchanting middle-grade adventure fantasy about the power of friendship.
“Sisterland is magical writing at its best.” – Phoebe Yeh, VP & Publisher, Crown Books for Young Readers