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Morten Ramsland: Doghead Morten Ramsland: Doghead

Doghead is a highly imaginative, exuberant saga that follows three generations of a wildly dysfunctional Norwegian family. When Asger, the narrator, visits his dying grandma, he learns that contrary to popular belief, Grandpa was not a war hero. Instead, his nickname was „Crackpot,” and both before and after he escaped from a Nazi concentration camp, he was, to put it bluntly, a cheat and a liar. From there the real family history unfolds, and like all great stories, it is a tale that will stay with the reader forever.

St. Martin's, London, 2010
384 oldal · ISBN: 9780312543402
Doubleday, New York City, USA, 2007
384 oldal · ISBN: 9780385612791

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