Across Europe, mindsets and opinions are shifting towards that of Viktor Orbán, the Hungarian leader with a steadfast alternative to the liberal democracy that has dominated the Western world since 1989. ORBÁNLAND is the non-fiction story of a Danish journalist who moves to Hungary to gain an insight into the political complexities of this divisive European country. Along the way, he learns as much about the Hungarians as he learns about himself. By guiding you through a polarized landscape of differing opinions, Lasse Skytt delivers a broader perspective on Viktor Orbán’s Hungary and the future of Europe. His journey will likely leave you questioning your own truths, and, ultimately, which side you are on. About the author: LASSE SKYTT (born 1987) is a Danish foreign correspondent who has covered Hungary and Central Europe for half a decade. Previously based in both Copenhagen, London and New York, he has a passion for cultural, political and technological trends. Since 2013, he has lived and worked in Budapest and Debrecen. This is his first book about Hungary.