By Alison Richman, Sophia Lundberg and MJ Rose (Author)

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During a work trip to Stockholm, Eben, a curator of contemporary art, encounters Blythe, an art researcher and his ex-lover, who eight years ago left without explanation and left him heartbroken. The next day he is invited to an exhibition of an anonymous Swedish painter and hopes to meet Blyth again there, but in vain. At the exhibition, Eben discovers Hilma Af Klint, an extraordinary artist who was many years ahead of her time. He begins to research about her and comes across her personal diaries, from which he learns that together with four other female artists, Clint also founded a group called "The Five", or "Friday Night Club", after the weekly meetings they held with the aim of deepening their spiritual and creative world at a time when such worlds were relatively Many are forbidden to women. Eben is determined to introduce to the world the unique talent of Neph Clint and the extraordinary story of "The Five". On the way to realizing his vision, intertwined with that of the artist herself, he will have to face painful truths in his own life and finally find out for himself what happened with Blythe and if there is still a way to realize their love. The Friday Night Club is a collaboration between three authors: the American best-selling authors Alison Richman ("The Garden of Letters" and "Lost Love") and MJ Rose, and the successful Swedish author Sofia Lundberg. It is an immersive and fascinating historical novel, which explores Concepts such as fate and desire and the threads that connect five women as they challenge artistic and social traditions in an indifferent world full of obstacles. A retrospective exhibition for the artist Hilma Af Klint, held in 2018 at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, was a resounding success and attracted the largest audience ever in the history of the museum. In 2019, the Tel Aviv Museum also presented an exhibition of her works called "New Era", which attracted a huge audience. They explore the questions of what it means to create art and how to be an artist and stay true to yourself even when you are ignored or rejected. At its heart it is a novel about love, friendship and the mysterious magic of creativity." - Jan-Philippe Sandeker, author of The Art of Listening to the Heartbeat

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