By FRANK WILSON
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
"Out Stealing Horses" Per Petterson Graywolf, $22, 288 pgs.
In June, Per Petterson's novel "Out Stealing Horses" won the 100,000-euro International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, said to be the world's largest for a single work of fiction.
Petterson, little known outside his native Norway, apparently beat out the likes of Julian Barnes, J.M. Coetzee and Cormac McCarthy.
Three cheers for the judges, say I. "Out Stealing Horses" is a marvelous book