“Everything in Anders Behring Breivik’s history up until the horrific deed can be more or less found in every life story; he was and is one of us. The fact that he did what he did, and that other young men, misfits, have shot scores of people, implies that the necessary distance from the other is attainable in our culture, probably more so now than it was a couple of generations ago.” Karl Ove Knausgaard tries to comprehend what can turn a person into a mass murder with a look inside the warped mind of Anders Breivik.