The Unpredictability of Being Human

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Incorgnito Publishing Press
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5.5 X 8.4 X 0.7 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Linni Ingemundsen is from Norway, though she currently lives in Malta. She does not know how to draw but is somehow a freelance cartoonist. Some of her favourite things in life include chocolate, free Wi-Fi and her yellow typewriter.

Linni has lived in three different countries and will never be done exploring the world. She has worked as a dishwasher in Australia, a volunteer journalist in Tanzania and has approximately 2.5 near-death experiences behind her. Still, what truly inspires her writing is her background growing up in a village on the south-western coast of Norway.

Linni began writing The Unpredictability of Being Human while on the Oxford Brookes MA in Creative Writing. Her dark, comical storytelling is fully displayed in this unusual, slice-of-life telling as experienced by a fourteen year old girl in Norway.


"Coming-of-age narratives about dysfunctional families and mean girls at school are common, but this is exceptional. " -- Sunday Times (London)
"Ingemundsen's debut features a beguiling heroine at that most tricky stage of metamorphosis, from child to adult. [...] The darkening plot is dramatic without veering into sensationalism, and full of humour and pathos. " -- Financial Times (UK)