A Man Called Ove
by Fredrik Backman
PBR Review: Ove is a "don't judge a book by its cover kind of man." When you first meet - he is different - the self-appointed mayor of the neighborhood who performs a series of daily tasks that annoy. He notices everything. He barks at the slightest infraction. He is steadfast and arduous. But as the story progresses, you stop seeing his arrogant manner. Like a beautiful sunrise, he gradually warms your heart, then steals it. Don't miss this beautiful transformation. It's a delightful tale that is both sad and happy.

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