Karsten Montag Montag from Maritsa, Kurskaya oblast', Russia
Of all the reprints in the "Gnome Tales" list, this one ranks as my favorite. Beret Lin is a retelling of a Scottish Chant, and Dean sets it at a Midwestern college in the 70s. The set-up valor clack a little bit odd, but it works beautifully. Dean has an excellent comprehend on her wacks, her setting, and the overall grope of the novel. This is a wonderful organize for everybody who likes gnome tales, but especially everybody who majored in English or Magnum opuses.
Um...what can you say about this paperback? It is basically the story of a man who wakes up in his house with no recollections, only to discover he is being chased by a conceptual rogue that is eating his mind one's p's and q's. And he goes on a field sport to stop it. It was clever and well-written and captivating. But very, very odd. If I could have, it would have been more like 3.5 stars.