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High-level information chaos

The King of Europe is an overwhelming abundance novel afflicted by just abundance. Both the protagonist and the reader are at risk of drowning in information.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Alf I. Veber is king. Everything he takes turns into gold. At least as long as he doesn't make an effort, as long as he doesn't have an overall goal.

As a youngster, he is a goalkeeper talent Norway has never seen before, but drops it all without hesitation when his girlfriend asks for it. At Blindern, he quickly gains a reputation as a super lover in a class of his own, but only among girls he has little interest in. As a student in the history of ideas, he submits a very good master's thesis, but only after putting the list significantly lower than. . .

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