A Swedish woman from the upper bourgeoisie who traveled alone, every year, from 1901 to 1934, from Stockholm to the Lofoten Islands, a Norwegian archipelago as sublime as it is eccentric, is enough to leave one wondering. The fifth novel by Sophie Van der Linden, editor and critic of children's books, is nevertheless inspired by a true story. That of Anna Boberg, the wife “by the great architect Boberg” – Ferdinand, to whom we owe many buildings in the Swedish capital.