My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry Setting

Fredrik Backman
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The Land-of-Almost-Awake

This is a magical land where Granny teaches Elsa how to address her fears. The wardrobe in Granny's apartment is the portal, and they arrive at the land by riding cloud animals. The land is comprised of several kingdoms, each with specific traits. For example, Miamas is the land of imagination where fairy tales are used as currency. The stories Granny tells about The Land-of-Almost-Awake tends to mimic real life. As she begins to learn more about her parents, her neighbors, and herself, Elsa can see that Granny used real events to shape the stories of this magical place.

The land is extensive, and the novel includes many details about it, including its geography. There is a high mountain where the fairy tales are released into the world and a forest where Wolfheart goes to ensure he will not hurt anyone else.

Elsa's Apartment Building

The apartment...

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