Doppler by Erlend Loe (17/52)

Take a misanthropic main character who is responding to the death of his father, give him a moose companion, a tent in the forest and a large penis and you’ve got the makings of this very funny Norwegian novel. Loe challenges the idea that we need others to experience the richness of life and does so through a main character that you can’t decide whether you like or dislike. I was told this book would be funny. It delivered. Recommend.

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