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After the Campfires

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Tim is a young man leading a carefree, wandering life in the Wild Boar Forest with his three friends. He loves this life as he loves his companions, and it doesn't occur to him that he might ever lose either. However, his happiness comes to an abrupt end when the foursome, through a series of chance encounters, becomes involved in a chain of events that hint at a conspirac...more
Hardcover, [With Bookmark], 594 pages
Published October 10th 1999 by Toby Press (first published 1998)
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Bra när jag läste den, minns inte riktigt vad den handlade om men en svensk annorlunda Fantasybok!

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Minns inte så mycket av boken när jag läste den mer än att den vara ganska sorglig, bitvis tråkig och bitvis rolig... men absolut en intressant svensk Fantasybok, kanske läser om den snart igen...
It turns into such a different book from what it started and I'm not sure I liked where it ended, but it was very, very good anyway.
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Per Joner föddes 1974 i Örebro. Han har studerat fysik och astronomi på Uppsala Universitet.

Hans debutroman var "Efter lägereldarna", som kom ut 1998 på Norstedts förlag. Den har också översatts till engelska, vilket är ovanligt för svenska författare. Hans senaste bok är Blodmåne (2002).

En intervju med Per Jorner publicerades i Mitrania 4 - 2002
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