Original title: Säde
Author: Miina Supinen
Genre: Literary Fiction
A mystical love story. Beauty meets two beasts in search of the meaning of life and death.
Vic had no expectations of life after death. But here he is, watching while a serious woman pulls a serious little boy on a sledge through a snow storm. How did it all happen?
Vivacious Säde (Ray) and cynical English archaeologist Vic are beavering away on excavations in Finland, led by the fiery and charismatic Voula with a motley crew of disciples worshipping ancient gods.
At home, Säde has Antti, a successful game programmer, waiting for her. What will the excavations turn up? Do gods exist? Who wins the heart of carefree, disorganized and enigmatic Säde?
Everyone loves Säde. She’s every man’s dream and every woman’s best friend, a fun-loving and delightfully sexually uninhibited young archaeologist. But such girls don’t really exist. The deepest secrets lurk behind the broadest smiles. This is not a girl you want to invite to the dig.
Ray Girl is a mystical love story, an unusual love triangle, a comedy about the collision between faith and science, a coming-of-age story that combines genres and a novel about an atheist who wants to belong to a cult. It is sure to make you laugh and likely to make you cry. The second, highly anticipated novel from a unique writing talent.