Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar: 3. Döden is the last part in Jonas Gardell's trilogy. It is a compelling, passionate and desperate portrayal of 1980s Stockholm, of people who had started to grasp their freedom for the first time in history, and about an illness that broke out and threatened to kill them all.
“It was like a blow with a sledgehammer. Tender, sharp and deep all at the same time. In passing Gardell describes an image of the time without turning it into a historical lesson", said Boris Dittrich, the first openly gay member of the Dutch parliament, after reading the first part in the series.