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Kaspara and the rest of her class usually do what they can to help new students feel at home in their school, but Roy-Arne is cowardly, awkward, horribly ugly and smells bad. In fact, he is so repulsive that even his own parents don't want him. Is it strange that the other students feel so cantankerous and cross that they call him the Royal Armpit, nudging him and kicking his legs? What is Kaspara to do about it? The only things the teachers and parents offer up is a strict scolding and a finger waggle. Even the house elf and the ravens Thought and Memory turn their backs on Kaspara when she doesn't succeed in helping Roy-Arne. The only one who wants her now is the Draugen. Ildulven is a book about choosing to defy convention and the price of being part of the crowd, about grown-ups who don't want to know and a child learning to see. This is a book about the weight of responsibility, unsettling anxiety and the building of friendships. 'Exciting semi-fantasy. Guro Sibeko has written a very good and suspenseful story with a touch of fantasy, aimed at younger readers. Good language, not to mention the successful plot.' Gudbrandsdølen DagningenGuro Sibeko har forfattet en svært god og spennende historie med fantasy-preg, beregnet på yngre lesere. Godt språk og ikke mindre velfungerende plot. Per Ivar Henriksbø, Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen