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Featuring Petrified, written by Olaf M. Solstrand
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Print Length: 143 pages
Publisher: Solstrand Publishing
Publication date: August 15, 2016
by Olaf Moriarty Solstrand
Genre: YA Fantasy/Sci-fi
Release Date: September 2016
Summary from Goodreads:
Gunhild is a private in the Royal Army. She’s headstrong and reckless, but she’s also the best troll hunter in the country, and when a troll gets away with a national treasure, she’s the only person with any chance of getting it back. Kirabo was on his way home to Aberash after a fulfilled research mission, but he managed to enter the wrong coordinates into his spaceship. Now he and his PA robot are stranded on a far-off planet, and they don’t have enough fuel to get back home. As genres collide on Troll Island, Earth, the troll hunter and the space explorer have to overcome their differences and work together if they want to survive this fairytale.
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About the Author
Olaf Moriarty Solstrand (1982-) is a Norwegian writer and librarian, currently living in Ski, Akershus with two lovebirds, one wife and a hyperactive Twitter account. Since 2001, he has written scripts for more than sixty Donald Duck comics, and his stories have been published in 29 countries. His first novel, Trolløya, was self published in 2013. In 2010 he received the Raptus Award for the work he’s done for Norwegian comics.
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I was completely captivated by this story on many levels! First, the setting, feel, tone and characters gave me a lasting impression of great fantasy. Gunhild is a bold and reckless troll hunter sent on an impossible mission. Kirabo an unsuspecting traveler; is brought along for the journey and fight for his life, learns a thing or two in the process. These two suddenly meet, and under extreme circumstances, are forced into an improbable interdependency which makes the story much more compelling.
There’s also a good element of suspense, anticipation, and theme that made this read worthwhile. This author has great skill in crafting a story. Highly recommended!