Insurance mathematician Henri Koskinen has finally restored order both to his life and to YouMeFun, the adventure park he now owns, when a man from the past appears – and turns everything upside down again. More problems arise when the park’s equipment supplier is taken over by a shady trio, with confusing demands. Why won’t Toy of Finland Ltd sell the new Moose Chute to Henri when he needs it as the park’s main attraction?
Meanwhile, Henri’s relationship with artist Laura has reached breaking point, and, in order to survive this new chaotic world, he must push every calculation to its limits, before it’s too late…
Absurdly funny, heart-stoppingly poignant and full of nail-biting suspense, The Moose Paradox is the second instalment in the critically acclaimed, pitch-perfect Rabbit Factor Trilogy and things are messier than ever…
Thank you to Orenda books and Anne Cater for allowing me to be on this Blog Tour.
Well, I was so excited to meet Henri again after his adventures in The Rabbit Factor, he is the most unlikely hero but he is so loveable.
We start The Moose Paradox with a real shock and then the story continues along this vein – catastrophe, confusion, and almost old-fashioned slapstick black comedy really make The Moose Paradox a great follow-up to The Rabbit Factor. However I SO want Henri to succeed with the YouMeFun Adventure Park, I will admit to getting a bit cross at the storyline in some parts! But surely that’s what writers want to hear that books are visceral and make you feel something, good or bad!
As always I’m not going to give you any spoilers, you need to read the books I review to find your own enjoyment in the storylines! But as always I adore the cast of characters in The Moose Paradox, they are so real and jump off the page! There is so much humour in Antti’s writing and it’s also juxtaposed with sadness but then Herni is as complicated a character as you can find, with his mathematical brain the way he views the world is so unique. The Moose Paradox is again a gritty crime thriller packed with twists and turns and black comedy. This is part 2 of the Rabbit Factor trilogy and i can’t wait to read the finale!