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Skyggernes hav

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We all have dreams about finding the perfect alternate life. We close our eyes and imagine that we’re no longer inside the confines of our regular, humdrum existence, but rather basking in the sun on a deserted island. Free. Maybe we can even hear the wind in the sails of our pleasure boat? Smell the suntan oil on our skin?

Jacob Stahl, an ordinary guy weighted down by a lo...more
Hardcover, 311 pages
Published 2008 by Politiken Forlag
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Christian Moerk has always told stories. Born into a family of actors, he realized when he was quite young that he’d rather tell the tales himself than interpret other people’s words on stage. But he sucked in the words. From Richard III to Faust.

At 21, he left his hometown of Copenhagen, Denmark, and moved to southeastern state of Vermont, deep in the Green Mountains, where he stayed long enough...more
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