Some books chase me, this is the case with Purge by Sofi Oksanen. The “novel about life on collective farms in Soviet Estonia” (as per her own summary), translated into more than twenty languages, tells a captivating tale of the difficult lives of two Estonian women of different generations in the twists and turns of history. Today, the Literary Saloon, at the complete review, brings a link to Transcript 39 Estonia devoted to Estonian literature HERE. You can also find a review of Purge by Maxine at her blog Petrona (in English) and by FAB at Golem – Memorias de lectura (in Spanish). Needless to say I’ve added this book to my Priority List. The Kindle version at Amazon.es is just € 3.46. Tempting, isn’t it?