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Take in the stunning fjord views. Work out at the gym. Explore Oslo and make memories no one can take away. It is easy to have a room with a view when floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies are in all rooms and suites. King-size beds, bathrooms with rain showers, exclusive art, and interactive televisions with video art are standard, too. Choose from five room categories, including unique suites like The Apparatjik Suite with video art, disco textiles, and art installations.
The Oslo Suite has a fully equipped bar and pantry kitchen, plus a private terrace overlooking the Oslo fjord. Five meeting spaces host everything from intimate gatherings to groups of more than people. The largest venue, Fjord, boasts a rooftop terrace overlooking the cityscape and canals. Start your day with a bountiful, organic Nordic cuisine. Admire fine art at the hotel and nearby museums.
Swim in the cove-like indoor pool.
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Enjoy a drink on the terrace with fjord views and soak up some sun at Tjuvholmen beach. After a workout at the fitness center, treat yourself to a Turkish hammam bath, body scrub, or spa massage. Oslo attractions, restaurants, shops, and nightlife are all nearby. Within two miles 3. The popular Aker Brygge promenade and the Astrup Fearnley Museum are also within easy walking distance and is ideal for anyone who enjoys art, shopping, the sea, and a great escape.
No one gets hurt. Only the day after the job does he learn that the old man was a prominent politician, and that he was brutally killed after the robbery. And now the Thief is caught in a tangle even he might not be able to escape. Fuminori Nakamura was born in and graduated from Fukushima University in It is fresh.
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It is sure to enjoy a great deal of attention. I defy you not to finish the book in a single sitting.
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His grasp of the seamy underbelly of the city is why Nakamura is one of the most award-winning young guns of Japanese hardboiled detective writing. If you crossed Michael Connelly and Camus and translated it from Japanese. Nakamura conjures dread, and considers philosophical questions of fate and control. Readers will be enthralled by this story that offers an extremely surprising ending. Japanese crime fiction has a new star.
It is wonderfully brief, and spare, much like something Hemingway would write. Read An Excerpt. Paperback —.
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Add to Cart. About The Thief A literary crime masterpiece that follows a Japanese pickpocket lost to the machinations of fate.
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