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My name is Dwarf. These are my notes. Well, I stole some of them. Most of them are mine, though. Anyway. The world is messed up. Like, really messed up. There's crazy demonic pimps around every corner, little brown mud-men trying to get at our mirrors, and something big and bad hanging out behind all of it, just biding its time. And I just figured, you know, someone ought ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published November 15th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Apr 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What happens when you drop a seemingly normal person into a supernatural f*cking mess? They overcome adversities and become brave, but only after f*cking up a bunch of times and dying a few more times than that, and knowing they will F up some more and die some more (probably) before things start to settle the f down. A delightful read that comes across a lot more realistic as far as our hero goes, with creepy monsters of all shapes and sizes along with one or two or more, aptly placed dick-joke ...more
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Jan 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
You always see main characters generally unfazed once put into supernatural situations. But in this book DWARF's reactions are exactly my thoughts when he was thrown into the deep well. Thanks Eirik for such a fun and fast read. Completed it in one go. Eagerly waiting for next leg of DWARF's story.
Hanne
Feb 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
The mixture of comedy and horror works great in this book, every time something incredulous, 'out of this worldly', and scary happens - the main protagonist Dwarf has a witty and often charmingly-sarcastic comeback to settle the readers equilibrium. Scary enough to warrant the horror label, as some of the monsters in the book can have quite the unsettling effect on the reader, but also funny enough for me to look back at the reading experience as a mostly humorous journey - as so many of the ter ...more
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Eirik M. Dahll-Larssøn has spent most of his life in fiction, and before long decided hey, why not try his hand at it. He’s written two novels, the sci-fi crime thriller 'In the Seraphim City' and the horror-comedy 'Rented Souls', which is the first in a series. He’s currently living in Bergen, Norway, with his girlfriend; their dog, Luna; and their second, more imaginary dog, Waffle.
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