Hungary is a nice place—especially if you’re young, Danish, and like to party.
Magnus, Mikkel and Søren are young people with very different personalities. They shared the same apartment during college, but have since drifted apart. A few years later, one of them decides they should sit down together, have a drink, chat. But if they’re going to sit down together, they should do it the right way.
They want to coordinate their reunion with a long weekend in Budapest. But when they arrive, Magnus says they must get a taste of life in the Hungarian countryside. This is how they end up in Zala, or Vöckönd, to be exact. An elderly man advertises a rented room where they will be his first guests. ‘They’ being just two of them...
András Maros’s funny and heart-warming novel reaffirms readers’ belief in the power of friendship.