Daggi is a boy who has had a number of foster homes in his life. He is simply unlovable. However, we develop a deeper understanding of the complexity of his life and feelings. He starts out on a new life with a new family, and for the first time ever begins to feel that life might be OK. But memories of his brother, Dennis haunt him. Daggi’s past experiences both disturb and form his new life.
Once again, Harald Rosenløw Eeg spellbinds the reader with his language in this incredibly engaging story about the vulnerability of a love-starved boy, Daggi. This is a story that unfolds with all the excitement of a thriller.