Became famous with 'The truth about the Harry Quebert case', now out with a new edition, is told in the next issue of Today. And confide who he would like to become and how his Italian grandmother made him happyJoël Dicker, writer with 12 million copies
In an exclusive interview, the Swiss writer Joël Dicker – 12 million copies sold and a new edition of The truth about the Harry Quebert case out -, he tells Oggi: 'I remember all the nursery rhymes and songs that my Italian grandmother, Noemi, taught me, who escaped racial persecution at the age of 13'. And it is by resorting to a proverb that reads in Italian ('who goes slowly goes healthy and goes far') that explains how he does not consider himself still a great writer like Vasilij Grossman: 'I try to grow and do my best'.Fabiola Valentín and Mariana Varela, the images of the wedding of the misses Fabiola Valentín and Mariana Varela, the images of the wedding of the misses
The cover of the new issue of Today on newsstands
THE ALASKA TRUTH - The writer - born in 1985; lives in Geneva - is on the crest of the wave in Italy also for the previous novel The Alaska Sanders case (The ship of Theseus), a thriller built using his famous time jumps and in which the Harry Quebert of his cult novel also appears. And in an interview with Today from the past to the question: Will he ever say goodbye?, he had replied: “I don't know what I will do now, what I will want to do. I work without making plans”.
The full interview is up Today on newsstandsSource: oggi.it