Marius Horn Molaug and Kristoffer Kjølberg (ill.)
The World’s Worst Road Trip

Did you know that Kent has a stinking rich great-grandfather in Hammerfest? No, Kent didn’t know either. If he had known, he probably would have visited the north more often. But during the summer holidays, this great-grandfather of his is going to turn 100, and on his birthday he’s going to hand over the inheritance to one lucky family member. “Yes, please!” thinks Kent. There’s just one small problem: The rest of Kent’s relatives are thinking exactly the same thing.

Together with Kent’s dad, our friends embark on what seems like the longest Norwegian road trip of all time. There’ll be bonkers family reunions, disgusting truck-stop dinners, puking in the back seat and nights at the world’s worst campsites.

Norway’s nature has never been foggier, its roads never more crooked.

Step on the gas, fasten your seat belts, and get ready for the world’s worst road trip!

Marius Horn Molaug and Kristoffer Kjølberg (ill.)

Marius Molaug (b. 1976) works as editor of the Norwegian edition of Donald Duck. He is a member of the creative community Dongery.

Molaug studied at Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, and during his time there joined the comics and art collective Dongery. He has since made contributions to all of the collective’s fanzine releases.
Once he had completed his education, Molaug began working as a writer for NRK’s Hallo i uken. In 2003 he joined the editorial staff of Egmont, becoming the editor of Donald Duck & Co. in 2009. Molaug’s first children’s book, The World’s Worst Headmaster, came out in 2014.

Kristoffer Kjølberg (b. 1980) is a prize-winning illustrator and graphic designer. He is a member of the creative community Dongery.

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Edited February 08, 2023 by Gyldendal Agency