NEW EDITION OF ’1971–1985’

Martin Hall’s latest book, the autobiographical 1971-1985, has been met with very positive reviews. Among many praises the book has been appointed “best autobiography of the year” by DRK’s weekly literary review Crazy about books host Flemming Møldrup.

Now, at the end of February 2018 Gyldendal (Denmark’s largest publishing house) takes over from the book’s original publishers, Tiderne Skifter, and releases a new edition of the book.

1971–1985 is available as a hardcover book, e-book and audiobook at Gyldendal’s website.

REVIEWS OF “1971–1985”

“Martin Hall writes unadorned, beautifully, often wise and most of the time relievingly funny about his youth and early days.”
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Politiken (Danish equivalent to The Guardian)

“Hall is brilliant in his depiction of a rampant Copenhagen in the seventies … the book is a sharp and observant snapshot.”
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Berlingske (Danish equivalent to The Times)

“Incredibly sharp … Martin Hall’s ability to reflect and convey his understanding is admirable.”
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GAFFA (Scandinavia’s biggest music magazine)

“Martin Hall has style, and with this book he manages to come close to the substance and the pain in the depiction of his early career’s harsh downside with suicides, drugs and chronic restlessness.”
Weekendavisen (Danish equivalent to New York Times Literary Review)

“Insightful and amusing.”
Fyens Stiftstidende (major regional newspaper)